The Original DIOS MIOS is back!
crediar has finally released DIOS MIOS, which is just like DM Lite version, except this time you will be able to load your GC games through a FAT32 USB Device!
If you remember, crediar was teasing that the *original* DIOS MIOS was coming back.
Well, he finally released it, and -apparently- it contains all the LITE version features, except this time you will be able to load your GC games from a USB drive.
Here's the changelog for v2.0 - Update 2:Format your USB device to FAT32 with 32KB cluster size or less, anything higher is not supported.
Before you use this software make sure that your Wii is backwards-compatible to gamecube games because newly released Wiis(beginning with 2011 holiday season) which are lacking the gamecube controller/ memory card ports can make no use of DIOS MIOS.
Still under heavy development and ongoing progress.
- Load Gamecube ISOs from USB device
- Load extracted Gamecube ISOs from USB device
- Load Gamecube Discs
- Emulate Memorycard (NoMoreMemory)
- Cheat codes
- USBGecko debugging
- Changeable configuration of various settings
- Reset/Power off via GC controller key combo
- Real-NAND and emu-NAND support
Download the WAD file on the official project website below!(2012-06-24):
- Added EHCI retry code, which should fix a few more USB devices that weren't working before.
- Fixed a DSI crash when using the progressive mode.
- Fixed prog mode patch
- Fixed a bug which prevented the SRAM settings to be flushed
- Added a patch which fixes a green screen in certain cases
- Improved the USB/EHCI code, it now retries if an USB device fails to initialise.
- Fixed some memory leaks
Also, make sure you use a compatible Loader, like DM Booter r22 or USB Loader GX r1191.
And finally, if you are unsure on how to convert your GC games, follow this tutorial for DML here (just make sure to copy the games to the USB device instead).
NEWS SOURCE #1: DiosMios Downloads (via) Google Code
NEWS SOURCE #2: Tutorial v2.5D dios mios y dios mios lite (via) WiiISOs
Our thanks to 'Gauss' for this news item!