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    Homebrew Launcher cannot update, DVDx Questions

    First and most important problem.
    I had to update my console because of The Conduit. My homebrew still works. My emulators still work. However, every time I try to load the launcher to browse for new apps, it tells me there is an update. I click to update and eventually it tells me the boot.dol size was unexpected so it is restoring the old version of the homebrew browser. It has also asked me to update the channel to version 1.03 from 1.01 twice now. I see no difference when it has "finished" updating. My launcher is version 2.5.

    What is going on here? How do I fix it.




    2) Is it possible to play dvd's on the wii through homebrew? I downloaded DVDx but it never worked. The player I used was REALLY slow.


    3) Since I cannot update my launcher i was wondering if anyone had actually figured out how to get 64 games to emulate at proper framerate on wii yet?

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    Anyone? I just want to know if I need to reinstall stuff, and if so how to do that :/ Is it even worth the time? I mainly use homebrew for emulation.

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    N64 games still run quite slow under emulation. Better to use VC wads.

    There are a few programs that'll handle DVDs, Geexbox and Mplayer Ce to name but two.
    Not really doing much Wii stuff these days.

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    Someone help me answer question 1?

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    Didn't see a 1)

    You could always download the hackmii installer, latest verison and install it from that.
    Not really doing much Wii stuff these days.

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