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    Question TRIIFORCE BETA 7 Exception DSI ISSUE

    Keep getting "Exception DSI" error or just a black screen when trying to boot certain games with Triiforce. I have tried every video setting. When I run default I get a black screen.They are NTSC so I'm sure thats not the issue. If I run Triiforce using the WII's NAND will it cure this ? I'm a little hesitant to try since I read that it wears out the NAND to play WII WARE and VC games from the SD SLOT.

    I am running a softmodded WII 4.2U with cIOS249 R14. I am using Triiforce beta v7. It there a more up to date version ? ( I haven't seen)

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    May I first ask, what the hell is triforce beta 7?

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    Allows users to play WII WARE games and VC games .... IS there another program ?

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    Psssh, ya. Install them from WAD files and play them. there is a guide or 2 around to play them from the SD card too.

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    Thanx for the info ... Does running them like that run the risk of wearing out the NAND ? Read in a couple posts that that was the major issue with running VC and Wii Ware from the Wii's NAND.

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    Why would that happen? As long as you do not install more than a few at once, its fine. I install one, move it to the SD card, and play it that way. I keep my wiis memory as free as possible. Why would it wear out the nand?

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    They say writing and re writting to the NAND causes wear. Just weary of it.

    How would I move it to the SD CARD ? via the WII's system menu ?
    I'm searching for a guide ... The only one I have come across so far for Wii WARE and VC is TRII FORCE MRC...

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    By moving the channel in the Memory management. I dont know if it causes wear, but I am not too worried. Doesnt seem like it would hurt it. The wii uses flash memory as upose to a HDD. Its not like its gonna get a click of death.

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