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    Uninstalling AnyWii Apps / Wads

    I use the AnyWii tutorial to softmod my wii yesterday, but decided not to download their App pack and instead go with usbLoader gx and wad manager 1.7. Now i have backup disk and configurable usb loader channels in my menu that i don't think i'll ever need. How do i uninstall them? The CUL channel doesnt even work, and i have a black wii so the backup disc channel is useless to me.
    I also have on other question. Do i need to have loadmii if i have wad manager? Thanks in advance!

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    To delete the channels, you simply uninstall them with WAD Manager.
    Place the WADs of Configurable USB Loader and NeoGamma on your SD Card and open WAD Manager with IOS249 and disabled NAND emulation.
    (The Configurable USB Loader channel is most likely not working because you don't have the application itself on your SD Card)

    The LoadMii channel included in mauifrog's guide is for safety reasons.
    You don't need it to run WAD Manager, but it'll be of help if you ever manage to update your Wii.
    Last edited by InvincibleSloth; 11-06-2010 at 12:32 PM. Reason: Edited a sentence to prevent confusion

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    Make sure that you never uninstall an IOS wad file. That can brick your Wii.
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    great thanks so much. one other question, what is cmios-v4_WiiGator_GCBL_v0.2.wad? Do i need that or can i delete it too?

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    That is a custom IOS which allows you to run GameCube back-ups.
    You can delete it as you can't make any benefit out of it: you have a black Wii and there is no GameCube USB loader availible.

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    bummer! ok one more. i want to install WiiMc. do i already have cios 58 from the Modpack or do i need to install it. For future reference, how can i check?
    Also, will i be able to play a dvd .iso file from a WBFS formatted drive with a game on it?

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    mauifrog's guide lets you install IOS58 and IOS61 in the beginning, so yes you have it already.
    To check what IOSes you have installed on your Wii, there is an application called sysCheck.

    No, to use WiiMC, you have to have a FAT32 or NTFS formatted harddrive. Since NTFS is not recommended to use with USB loaders, you should format the harddrive as FAT32. To format your harddrive as FAT32, follow this guide by Krank. To use a FAT32 formatted drive with USB Loader GX, follow this guide by richardsito.

    Once your harddrive is formatted as FAT32, you still can't play ISO files with WiiMC -- at least not from what I've tested.
    I created an ISO file of Toy Story 3, tried to run it in WiiMC, but it lagged too much and the screen was horribly pixelated.

    To find out what codecs and file extensions WiiMC does support, click on the spoiler below.
    [SPOILER]Media Playback

    DVD playback, with DVD menu support (newer Wiis have incompatible drives)
    Files with AVC/H.264 video streams (typically .mp4, .mkv or .flv's from YouTube or other sites) with resolutions up to 720x480p usually play correctly.
    Files with MPEG-4 Simple video streams (typically XVID/DIVX .avi's) with resolutions up to 656x352 play correctly.
    Files with MPEG-2 PS video streams (typically DVD rips and TV-DVR recorded .mpg's) with resolutions up to 720x480 play correctly.
    Files with MPEG-2 TS video streams (typically HDTV recorded .ts files) with resolutions up to 1280x720 play correctly.
    AAC, AC3, FLAC, MP3, OGG Vorbis, WavPack, and WAV PCM Audio Streams all play correctly.


    Supported File Extensions

    Video
    3gp, asf, avi, bik, divx, dpg, dv, dvr-ms, evo, f4v, flc, fli, flv, iso, m1v, m2t, m2ts, m2v, m4v, mkv, mov, mp4, mp4v, mpe, mpeg, mpg, mqv, nsv, nuv, ogm, qt, rmvb, swf, trp, ts, vdr, vfw, viv, vob, vro, wmv, y4m (maximum allowed resolution: 1280x720)

    Audio
    aac, ac3, aif, aiff, amr, ape, apl, asf, flac, m4a, m4b, m4p, mka, mp2, mp3, mpc, ogg, ra, ram, rm, shn, wav, wma, wv

    Pictures
    bmp, jpeg, jpg, png, gif
    Playlist
    asx, m3u, pls, plx, ram, smil


    Information from WiiBrew.[/SPOILER]
    Last edited by InvincibleSloth; 11-06-2010 at 12:57 PM.

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    IOS58 can be installed without the HBC using it. Just to make sure that you are running the HBC under IOS58, load the HBC, press the Home button, and check what IOS it says in the top right corner. If it is IOS58, then you are fine. If not, just reinstall the HBC.
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    Oh, Ok, thanks so my wii shop channel is up to date, i guess, since it doesnt get downgraded too. So can I install Netflix Channel? Does it require SM 4.3, or just the ios, cause i have the IOS from SM 4.3, since i downgraded.

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    Quote Originally Posted by arnesh View Post
    Oh, Ok, thanks so my wii shop channel is up to date, i guess, since it doesnt get downgraded too. So can I install Netflix Channel? Does it require SM 4.3, or just the ios, cause i have the IOS from SM 4.3, since i downgraded.
    Yeah, as long as you block online updates with Priiloader, you can download anything from the Shopping Channel.
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