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  • in reply to: USB Problems? Read This! #27827
    lowell
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    @Thomas: Die Platte steckt auf im unteren USB-Port (USB0)? Und starte mal WiiMC mit der Platte dran und schau mal, ob beim WiiMC-Start die LED hinten an der Platte flackert, bzw. ob die Platte auch nach 20-30 Sekunden nicht erkannt wird (einfach starten und mal warten). Obwohl: Bei mir funktioniert die Platte direkt sofort nach dem Start.

    in reply to: USB Problems? Read This! #27825
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    @Thomas: Hmm, also wenn es mit dieser BETA nicht klappt, wüsste ich spontan nichts mehr. Achte aber darauf, dass Du auch den HBC 1.0.8 verwendest, und check mal, ob in der meta.xml von WiiMC auch der no_ios_reload-Eintrag ist…

    in reply to: USB Problems? Read This! #27820
    lowell
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    @Thomas:

    Habe dieselbe Platte auch, aus dem Media Markt für 33€, ne? Hat einen einzelnen USB-Port-Anschluss, richtig?

    Die Platte läuft bei mir 1A mit ALLEN Homebrews – auch mit WiiMC, egal, welche Version. Ich hab die Platte immer dauerhaft an der Wii, das heisst, sie ist schon dran an, wenn ich die Wii anschalten. Probiere es vielleicht mal so? Habe die Platte als einzelne Partition mit FAT32 formatiert; vielleicht hilft Dir das.

    @All: Just told him that the same drive actually works fine on my Wii.

    in reply to: Buffer percentage #28352
    lowell
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    No. The buffer is the buffer and you don’t take anything away from anything by increasing or decreasing it.

    in reply to: Buffer percentage enligtenment #28351
    lowell
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    Sorry, English is not my mother tongue, so I missunderstood your sentence a little. I thought, that 8MB is the 30% I mentioned. Thank you for explaining that to me. 🙂

    in reply to: Buffer percentage enligtenment #28348
    lowell
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    Thank you Tantric.

    So WiiMC uses a file cache of a maximum of about 26~27MB, right?

    in reply to: WIIMC+ Enhancement Pack Version V for 1.1.1 #27590
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    Hi jhb: I know that lots of users are fine with patching WiiMC via the guide. But I don’t know where I’m going wrong when I follow the guide myself, or whatever may cause those error messages. And I’m tired of trying to figure it out by explaining to someone what I did, google around, re-read the guide-thread or your included documents delivered with the patch – or letting someone explain to me what I should try or do next. No offense. It’s not your fault, and I know that. 🙂

    But all in all it’s like that: I doesn’t work for whatever reason, and don’t have any more patience for that; so I stick with “WiiMC Normal”. Of course “WiiMC Normal” ist absolutely great – no doubt about it, I love this app.

    I want to excuse myself if my previous post may have sounded a little rude – that was NOT my intention. All I wanted to explain is: Sometimes this guide may, although it’s written very good, not lead to success, and I liked to know why there isn’t just an already compiled WiiMC+-DOL, that someone just compiled and likes to share with the others. 🙂

    in reply to: WIIMC+ Enhancement Pack Version V for 1.1.1 #27588
    lowell
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    To be honest: I’m using Windows, but I can’t get the compiling thing to work. I get dozens of errors, that some path is invalid, some file is missing, or what the heck, I don’t know. Sometimes all seems fine, but I still don’t get what I want: A compiled enhanced DOL. So after several attempts with several version of everything, I am at a point where I just said: I’ve had it, forget about this compile stuff, I’ll stay with the standard WiiMC. I don’t waste anymore time with configuring, reinstalling, deleting, editing, searching errors, I’ve just had it!

    Really, I’ve followed the guide step by step over and over again, bothered friends with that issue, and so on, but I just don’t get it right, although I’m a programmer (for Windows) – so I know well about strings, booleans, parameters, classes, function, procedures and all the stuff – and helping a lot of friends with their PCs when they’re in trouble. And YES: My Windows is configured properly and the machine is stable as hell; all other tools I use are running as they should.

    But there is just one question I can’t figure out: Why can’t anybody just post an already compiled enhanced DOL? Or why can’t the normal release just already include the enahncements as well?

    in reply to: USB Problems? Read This! #27800
    lowell
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    Here’s my little contribution.

    in reply to: Freezes at seeking #27665
    lowell
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    Well, I don’t know, whatever it is, but those strange freezes are gone.

    The problem I discribed at the beginning where found out with the full official release of 1.1.1, but today I tried the current beta that rodries published yesterday (find it at: http://www.wiimc.org/forum/viewtopic.php?f=4&t=1033&sid=03a6cbb3a8e10e3939ed1e9d82623f47&start=120#p4776) – and with that one all is great so far; I rewinded and fast forwarded like a maniac – nothing irregular happened, whatever file I tried.

    Nonetheless I will keep an eye on this and will inform when anything new will come up.

    But until then: THANK YOU, WIIMC is the longest and most running app on my Wii. This is really big stuff!

    in reply to: Switch off Wii by a timer #28227
    lowell
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    You’re welcome. 🙂

    in reply to: Freezes at seeking #27664
    lowell
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    Hi clava,

    it’s a WD Elements 1,5TB, formatted to a single partition with 1,5TB and FAT32. EVERY(!) single homebrew I use just runs absolutely fine with that drive. There are no problems whatsoever.

    1.0.4 uses IOS202 (with version 1.0 installer!), and 1.1.1 uses IOS58.

    But, as I stated, sometimes, when fast forwarding (or rewinding), 1.1.1 freezes. I can’t reproduce that. But I will try to find something to rely on.

    in reply to: Switch off Wii by a timer #28225
    lowell
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    WiiMC already does that. Just check the options more precisely… 😉

    in reply to: Freezes at seeking #27662
    lowell
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    Well, maybe I will do this within the next days. But mostly this happenes, when you try to fast forward a lot of times one after another… With 1.0.4 no probs, all is just smooth. With 1.1.1 sometimes it freezes, sometimes not…

    in reply to: Freezes at seeking #27660
    lowell
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    Any updates on the freezing thingy? 🙂

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