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    Default Wii Microphone Wont Reconize

    Anytime I'm loading my USB on my wii. And then I have my Wii Mic plugged in as well. It wont reconize in black ops. But, if I stop loading it on my USB and run it by disk it works just fine? Can someone please help me with this problem.

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    You must not have it plugged in all the way?... If it is try a different usb loader. Also no demoting big shot.

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    Power down your Wii.
    Unplug your MIC.

    Make sure that you see the RED LIGHT, so your Wii is completely shut down.

    Plug in your MIC, and then turn on your Wii.

    MIC now working.

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    If you're using CFG USB Loader, click on Black Ops, go to Options, where it says IOS change it till it says "224-mload", save it and start your game.

    It should detect your mic now.

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    Quote Originally Posted by fear_bot View Post
    If you're using CFG USB Loader, click on Black Ops, go to Options, where it says IOS change it till it says "224-mload", save it and start your game.

    It should detect your mic now.
    All it says is "224-mload .... "

    Quote Originally Posted by Dead Man View Post
    You must not have it plugged in all the way?... If it is try a different usb loader. Also no demoting big shot.
    Yes I do have it plugged in all the way, when I go onto Gecko and load it. It pops up just fine

    Quote Originally Posted by nCODE View Post
    Power down your Wii.
    Unplug your MIC.

    Make sure that you see the RED LIGHT, so your Wii is completely shut down.

    Plug in your MIC, and then turn on your Wii.

    MIC now working.
    Also I did exactly as your instructions says. It doesn't work for me.

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    what loader are you using?

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    Quote Originally Posted by Rigon View Post
    All it says is "224-mload .... "
    What?

    Are you using CFG USB Loader?

    When you click on Black Ops, on the side it will say "Options", click it.

    After that look down and there will be a section that says "IOS", click on the right arrow until "224-mload" show up.

    After doing that, look at the very bottom of the screen, it will says "Save", click it.

    After you've done all of that, look at the very top of the screen and it will say "Start", click that and see if it detects your mic.

    I know this works because I just helped two people yesterday to get USB loading working, and they had the same exact problem.

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    Quote Originally Posted by G-rey View Post
    what loader are you using?
    Config USB Loader v69

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    try another loader first and see if it works

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    Quote Originally Posted by G-rey View Post
    try another loader first and see if it works
    Like which one should I try?

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