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    does any of you know what they did when they changed the korean to a usa version? I mean, how did they get it to work with backup games in the first place, they must have put some kind of hack on it before.
    I had HBC on it, but never installed any wads or things myself on this one, because it has always worked before the NSMB.

    I wonder why it would start original Zelda and a copied Sports disc, but does not boot through. I have no idea where to get a korean version of that game.
    Can anyone point me to a working autoboot disc that will start like a wad manager or a title deleter. I have tried so many things and so many dvd's, i might have been better off just buying a new mainboard,
    but i dont want that, I dont want to give nintendo the satisfaction of winning, I'd rather leave my wii in the dust until someone finds a way.

    Hope you guys can help me!

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    Quote Originally Posted by renevdkooi View Post
    does any of you know what they did when they changed the korean to a usa version? I mean, how did they get it to work with backup games in the first place, they must have put some kind of hack on it before.
    I had HBC on it, but never installed any wads or things myself on this one, because it has always worked before the NSMB.

    I wonder why it would start original Zelda and a copied Sports disc, but does not boot through. I have no idea where to get a korean version of that game.
    Can anyone point me to a working autoboot disc that will start like a wad manager or a title deleter. I have tried so many things and so many dvd's, i might have been better off just buying a new mainboard,
    but i dont want that, I dont want to give nintendo the satisfaction of winning, I'd rather leave my wii in the dust until someone finds a way.

    Hope you guys can help me!
    They most likely did something along the lines of this:
    A way of Korea wii region success to change 3.2u - GBAtemp.net

    Installed Homebrew Channel, Backup Launcher Gamma & GeckoOS.
    How can your games start but not boot? That doesn't make much sense. Can you tell me what's happening Exactly? What is the bootmiidiisc?

    Apart from this I can suggest the discs listed under the "old autoboot disc" section. Nothing is said about needing Trucha Patch, but most likely you will need it.

    Brick Fixing Disc's - GBAtemp.net

    Have you tried downloading the korean version of animal crossing, disabling update blocker on your modchip & trying to boot it? Are there any games you can boot?

    RedArrow

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    [QUOTE=THX113eight;314474]Is the "block update" function on the drivekey an active function or a passive function? If I'm not mistaken, I think that function only works actively
    to prevent the problem of installing a conflicting regional update and is not passively trying to prevent an update from loading.

    You're changing the dip switches for the region of your wii before testing one or the other, correct?

    Albeit, pidab, this was very informative.
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    I believe that the update block function in Drivekey is what you call active, i.e. it detects if the inserted DVD is requesting a system update during Autoboot from the DVD disc.

    I have tried with all possible settings on the region dip switches on the Drivekey, just to see if the behavior was diffrent. My conclusion is that the dip switches are working as expected, i.e. the setting should correspond to the wii internal region setting.

    I also made some additional tests.
    I do have two wii, No 1 is a Korean wii where the region is changed to USA (bought in China). This wii was bricked after a (stupid) system update to 4.2. My wii No 2 is a European wii which is a true virgin, i.e. no homebrew what so ever is installed.

    The wii_2 has the new DVD drive board where Drivekey does not work, whilst my wii_ 1 has an older dvd board. Btw, it is possible to configure the Drivekey the normal way on wii_2 even though it has the new DVD drive board.

    So now to my tests, I tried both DVD-drives with the Drivekey mounted in both wii_1 and wii_2. The DVD drive from my wii_2 does not work with the Drivekey, i.e. no autoboot or region override will occur.

    I do have a number of "Pirate" games from China, I don't know what type of pirate DVD's, but they were very cheap about 0.5 USD each.

    I discovered that the DVD-drive from my wii_1 behaves differently in wii_1 and wii_2 when I tested mentioned games (NTSC). Some games started properly on my wii_2 and some on my wii_1, but no game started on both wii. Just to clarify, "start properly" on my bricked wii_1 includes utilising the savemiifree trick, i.e. this means a semi unbrick.

    The different behavior may be related to the region differences in wii_1 and wii_2, but my guess is that the real root cause is that my wii_1 had some homebrew installed before it was bricked.

    Finally, I have one last test to do before I can discard the hint in post 1 in this thread, i.e. to config the Drivekey "update blocker" to either import or block, but I don't know the meaning of this.

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    Quote Originally Posted by renevdkooi View Post
    does any of you know what they did when they changed the korean to a usa version? I mean, how did they get it to work with backup games in the first place, they must have put some kind of hack on it before.
    I had HBC on it, but never installed any wads or things myself on this one, because it has always worked before the NSMB.
    I believe that they changed the reqion code in the NAND flash or/and in the EEPROM. These are internal memories in the wii and the content is encrypted so it is not recommended to tamper with this data unless you really know what you are doing. Your wii was most certain soft modded already when you got it. One temporarily solution might be to utilse the hint from Kalkhedon However, this requires some kind of chip mod where the chip must be configured to Autoboot. Furher more, the DVD drive must not be too new since these will not work with some soft mod chips.

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    Still waiting on my drivekey to arrive in the mail. PIDAB made me question the vulnarability of each individual KOR wii due to the fact that most KOR wii's were indeed modded. IOS #s & NANDs could have been changed to who knows what and whats more, the soft mods installed on these things could be vastly invasive to this approach and may be hindering what we're trying to achieve while testing. Definitley need to think outside the box. Definitley need to test multiple Wiis because there are too many variables within the control.

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    Quote Originally Posted by pidab View Post
    . One temporarily solution might be to utilse the hint from Kalkhedon However, this requires some kind of chip mod where the chip must be configured to Autoboot. Furher more, the DVD drive must not be too new since these will not work with some soft mod chips.

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    First of all, I find it really annoying how people keep posting khalkedon's error 003 method on here. It's nothing special, it's just using the savemiifrii method to play games, not get to the home menu or anything like that.

    "Finally, I have one last test to do before I can discard the hint in post 1 in this thread, i.e. to config the Drivekey "update blocker" to either import or block, but I don't know the meaning of this."-pidab
    The update blocking function can easily be disabled in the configuration menu. 'Block will mean block, obviously & import will be the opposite. You will have to take it over to your new wii, & try to configure it. I don't think it would work, but give it a try? Personally I don't think anyone has tried mauifrog's 4.2k update method with update blocker disabled on their drivekey/wasabi dx. BTW Does anyone know if their is a way of telling if you have the trucha patch installed?

    RedArrow

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    Changing motherboards..... What differences are there about the USA motherboards and the Korean motherboards. Swapping the two with each other; would that work? Are regions coded into the DVD board or the main motherboard? Or both? Are the motherboards divided only by NTSC and PAL? I wonder if temporarily swapping components would open up some avenues.

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    Quote Originally Posted by THX113eight View Post
    Changing motherboards..... What differences are there about the USA motherboards and the Korean motherboards. Swapping the two with each other; would that work? Are regions coded into the DVD board or the main motherboard? Or both? Are the motherboards divided only by NTSC and PAL? I wonder if temporarily swapping components would open up some avenues.
    If you changed your motherboard that's pretty much restarting your wii all over again. I don't know if changing your motherboard erases the game memory of the wii however, if you change the motherboard you will receive gamecube backward compatibility. also swapping them would make no difference the motherboard is bricked, if you take it out & put it back in, you will still get error 003. It's like working & non-working batteries. You can't put non-working batteries in a machine. In the same way, you can't put a non-working motherboard into a wii. If it made any difference we wouldn't need this forum.

    RedArrow

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    New Idea

    I've had an idea. Not a very good one, but one. Anyone who has a modchip configured to autoboot can try this. I have serious doubts & I'll probably look like a noob, but please hear me out.

    Someone download this file:
    Dol Forwader AB.rar

    Insert a .dol file into the bootdisc folder in the root of your SD Card, maybe anytitledeleter, wadmanager, trucha bug restorer etc. Activate recovery mode on the wii, insert the SD Card, autoboot the disc & see what happens.

    RedArrow

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    Quote Originally Posted by THX113eight View Post
    Changing motherboards..... What differences are there about the USA motherboards and the Korean motherboards. Swapping the two with each other; would that work? Are regions coded into the DVD board or the main motherboard? Or both? Are the motherboards divided only by NTSC and PAL? I wonder if temporarily swapping components would open up some avenues.
    The region setting is located on the mother board, i.e. in the NAND or/and the EEPROM memory. Thus, changing the mother board will not make any diffrent, i.e. a bricked motherboard will still be bricked and it does not matter what type of DVD-drive that is connected. A new motherboard cost almost the same as a brand new wii.

    I seriously doubt that there are any differences in the hardware between the NTSC and the PAL version (I'm hardware engineer), so it is probably a matter of a software configuration.

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