12-11-2009, 12:22 AM
You can try, but the recommended DVD's are Verbatim DVD-R burned at a slow speed 4x or less and use imgburn, great little burning prog
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12-11-2009, 12:29 AM
Password for mediafile
I hope someone can help. My daughter has updated to 4.2e (great) Now i am following this fantastic guide but when i click a link it directs me to the mediafile site and requires a password to download the file??? I have registered on there but obviously my password doesnt work to download it.
Can someone please advise.
Thanks in advance
12-11-2009, 12:39 AM
password for all the files on here is www.wiihacks.com
12-11-2009, 01:49 AM
12-11-2009, 01:57 AM
D-right, AND softmodded. NSMBW does not work.
I followed this guide: http://www.wiihacks.com/recommended-...tem-menus.html
and was able to play games. NOT NSMBW, but others.
Some days later I got this chip, D-right, D-Right - Disclaimer , and I can still don't play NSMBW, even if I have patched the game with the patch that the d-right people tells me. For other games the chip is working.
So, now to my question: Can anything in the 4.2 guide have messed something up? Making my chip not work as it should?
My Homebrew channel is working, and I have installed a lot of VC via Wad manager. And I can play games that are not NSMBW.
What can be wrong?
EDIT: Can someone please tell me WHAT PART in the guide that might has to do with me not able to play NSMBW, nor with NeoGamma, nor with my chip.
What part shall I try to redo, and what can I reset to orignal. With my new I shall not need the ability to play from USB disk or start from NeoGamma. But I still want the Homebrew channel and be able to install vc games from .wad-files.
Last edited by soder; 12-11-2009 at 04:49 AM.
12-11-2009, 04:19 AM
I see that almost everyone is saying that it is easier to use a USB device to play the games. What size would I need though? Some games are like 4gb so I wouldn't be able to fit many on one USB device right? Thanks in advance!
12-11-2009, 04:33 AM
A huge one should be fine Any size is fine, altho i recommend 250 Gigs at least
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12-11-2009, 05:34 AM
12-11-2009, 10:05 AM
Would someone please explain that all the stuff in the guide mean?
I know that part A is to install the Homebrew channel, that we need to start all the different homebrew apps.
But what does DVDX and bootmii do? And ios vs boot2?
Then part B is to uninstall something that Nintendo has done to prevent homebrew channel. What is ios249? is is that like a part of the memory or something?
Then part C is to replace the uninstalled "thing" from part B? With something that DONT prevent us from using homebrew?
cios38rev14? Is that the thing we are replacing with? And shall I update when there is a new, and how do I do that?
Then part D, I think that is to install .wad's, that is the programs on the main menu, like shortcuts to apps and also apps itself?
But all these ios202, ios222, ios223... in part D5, what is that?
NeoGamma is an app that can start DVDs without chip. That I know, and usb loader is an app to load games from an usb drive?
But all the other stuff, will someone please explain some for me. =)
EDIT: I read some FAQ.
Last edited by soder; 12-12-2009 at 02:08 AM.
12-11-2009, 10:38 AM
The dvdx freezes my Wii
I installed the Homebrew channel a long time ago, back when it first came out with the twilight hack. I have always updated my game consoles to the newest version so my Wii is at 4.2u. No I did not accidentally install the update, like everyone on this site always says they did! Riiiiight!!!
So you might think that I do not need to install The first set of applications in the guide onto my Wii. Well the problem is that I have never gotten DVDx to install on my console. I have tried every version of it and followed all the guides on a myriad of forums. No luck, and I have been trying since 2007 when the DVDx homebrew app first came out. i am just going to buy a modchip for my Wii, because it simply hates DVD player software of any kind. I thought I could get this dvdx to install this time, so I extracted it onto the root of my SD card and put it in my Wii. I click on the SD card on the wii menu and it starts to show the apps I have loaded on it. When it starts to load the DVDx app it instantly freezes the entire console and I am forced to unplug it to get it to even turn off. I remove the DVDx installer and go to the sd card menu on the wii and it loads up all other apps fine!!!
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