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    I just did this as instructed, everything works fine except there is no sound on either the home screen or in games. And before you ask, everything is connected and I've tried the cable on a different Wii and it worked. I would really like to get sound back if anyone knows how

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    Have you tried using a normal game disk and disk channel? If the problem still happens then, it has nothing to do with the mod.

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    Well all I can say is that directly before doing this the sound worked and now it doesn't after, when I say no sound I mean none at all, at start up, homescreen, anything. Could running the ISO update part have done this? Not the nintendo one, the one in the guide
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    Or, you can do my simple test instead of continuing to speculate on a 1-in-"who knows how many times this guide was used".

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    Oh no I just did your test to make sure, no sound either.

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    Then I would say something fried the hardware of the Wii or the TV inputs, since you sais you already tested the cable.

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    ty, I just found out its just really really soft and with buzzing crap in it, I guess Ill go to another thread fo help

    Another note, Im a dumbass, my ps2 was plugged in and in standby on the same cable. Sorry dude.
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    Awesome guide. Just installed the latest version but I've got some of those mothballed channels from a couple years ago and need to get rid of them. I tried downloading the mothballed_channels.zip file but it's password protected. Anyone know what the password is or somewhere else I can get the file? Thanks.

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    The password is stated in the guide

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    I've never heard of this, so googled it and found a link to this thread, 400 pages ago in Dec 2011.

    The password is the same password used for other files in the guide. I tried it and it worked. But if all this does is delete channels from the main menu, you can do that using the Data Management section of the Wii Settings menu, find the channels you don't want and delete them.

    If this does something else, I'm not sure what it does.

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