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    Default My Mic doesn't work with my USB Loader.

    Hey guys. I'm a total newbie when it comes to modding. I did as much reading and searching as I could. I got the whole thing working except for the mic.

    If my mic is plugged into USB port 2 and my flash drive is in port one, the USB loader won't start. If I unplug the mic it starts fine. Once I start the game, I can enable and disable the audio. The blue mic light lights, but the system doesn't load the mic.

    I have tried loading the Wii OS first, then starting the usb loader via Home Brew. I have booted straight from the SD card into Home Brew and started the USB loader. Neither makes a diff.

    Has anyone here had this problem before and can lend advice?

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    USBLoader GX V2.3
    D2X V6, Base 57, slot 249, revision21006

    Thanks!

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    Make sure your mic is plugged in before you load your USB loader.

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    So your mic is plugged into the left USB (looking from the back)?

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    Install ciOS 224 using Wad Manager and your mic will work perfectly.

    Download it here: http://depositfiles.com/files/61dsv9nw5

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    I use use cios 249 with the mic in and it works great;) I also use configurative USB loader. Gx just always has some sort of issue:/

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    ok so this always happen to me. its easy to fix...... before you turn on your wii plug in your headset then turn your wii on
    after i installed some couple cios my mic wouldnt load but then i did that and now it works.
    Just a note to take: When you plug out the mic in game it wont connect if you try to plug it in

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    make sure its plugged in before u turn it on

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    ios249 doesnt allow the 2nd usb port to work. If you try loading it with the mic plugged into the 2nd usb port, youll just get a black screen. Obviously your flash/hdd can only work in the first port so therefore your mic has to go in the 2nd port. This is something I have read from other sited. Just got to use cios224 to load mw3.

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    use cnf usb loader
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    cnf usb loader v70 unplug the mic b4 u go into usb loader

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    Quote Originally Posted by Jasons34 View Post
    ios249 doesnt allow the 2nd usb port to work. If you try loading it with the mic plugged into the 2nd usb port, youll just get a black screen. Obviously your flash/hdd can only work in the first port so therefore your mic has to go in the 2nd port. This is something I have read from other sited. Just got to use cios224 to load mw3.
    No - I use cIOS 249 rev 21 base 57 and I keep my headset plugged into the 2nd USB and it works fine.

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