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    softmod 4.2

    hi i have just installed the new 4.2 software on my we the hbc have come on my home page but dvdx has not can anyone tell me if i have done somthing wrong i know i have installed it cheers

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    DVDx is an invisible channel. So you won't be able to see it because, well, erm it's invisible.
    Not really doing much Wii stuff these days.

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    classic facepalm...

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    thanks just one more do you have to have the sd in all the time

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    for the HBC apps you see when you start the HBC, yes, but a usb device should work for that too. for installed wad channels you dont need it

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    sorry one more how would i format a hdd to fat 32 thank you you have benn a big help

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    Your PC will let you do that. Right click on the drive when it is detected and choose format. Otherwise go into disk management and do it from there.
    Not really doing much Wii stuff these days.

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