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06-22-2012, 08:20 AM #1
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What am I missing? codes load but do nothing
I've lurked here for a few weeks reading post after post, all the stickies too. Googled 'till my eyes hurt. Finally I admit defeat. I'm ready to be flamed as a useless noob. So be it...
Sorry for the long post, but I figured it was better to provide too much info than some cryptic incomplete crap.
No problems, everything works fine
Seems to load up and function just fine. When I power on the Wii the BootMii menu appears, I can select OS, Homebrew, etc. Works without a hiccup. I select Homebrew
Homebrew loads fine, does what I expect it to. So in Homebrew I choose Gecko
Gecko seems to load fine. I can check and change settings. YES, I'VE ENABLED "OSSleepthread". I also have SD Cheats: YES and just for fun, Bubbles On: YES.
I used OC Code Manager to create GCT from a text file. I've pasted an example below. Deleted the \CODE folder on SD card and let Code Manager copy to SD. Seems to work fine.
I put SD card in Wii and choose Launch Game. I get the message that codes were found and applying. Game starts. But no matter what code I use, they do nothing in-game.
What am I missing? For example, in the code frag below I expect to be able to select a semi-auto weapon and in-game choose the Home button to switch it to full-auto. But it doesn't work! I've tried a dozen codes, none of them do anything despite Gecko saying codes were found and applied.
Am I missing a piece somewhere?
--BEGIN TEXT FILE CONTENT--
Call of Duty : Modern Warfare 3
Beast(make semi-auto auto and wiimote only) [Jedi Hack']
*home on wiimote
Last edited by majorwiitard; 06-22-2012 at 08:24 AM.
06-22-2012, 08:22 AM #2
You might have sm8e52 codes?
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06-22-2012, 08:26 AM #3fear_botGuest
If you have an NTSU copy of MW3, then I wouldn't try using PAL codes.
But that's just what I'm guessing is wrong.
Last edited by fear_bot; 06-22-2012 at 08:30 AM.
06-22-2012, 08:29 AM #4
What fearbot said. 😃
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06-22-2012, 12:50 PM #5
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Basic by the book Homebrew install, copy Gecko to SD card and run it from Homebrew, compile GCT files with Code Manager and copy to SD... are there other mods I still need to find and install before this is supposed to work?
When I created the text file I copied and pasted codes gleaned from various websites, blogs, etc. Apparently my text file had some non-printing control char in the content that was screwing with the way Code Manager output the file. I deleted the file, started from scratch with a fresh ASCII file and manually typed the headers and codes. All works as designed now.
Many thanks to "[Hackrz]Jiminy" for suggesting I look for rubbish in the input file!
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