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    ??? as Title for a Channel on my wii

    OK so when i go into the datamanagemet tool in the wii and then point to Wii Channels. There s a channel in there with 3? (???) and it states it is 7 blocks... Also my where you would delete gamesave....there are four empty slots at the beggining before my gamesaves even start. Anybody know the answer t o this stuff as i have searched but found nothing.

    3.2u softmodded with twighlight hack (ohhhh yeah can i erase thos game saves???)

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    Most likely the channel is just a forwarder or something of the like. The forwarder for Configurable USB Loader (found here) displays as "???" in the Data Management screen. The problem can be fixed by using IceFire's application "WADDER" and editing the title. But it's usually no stress.

    As for the Twilight Hack saves, delete the save entirely from Data Management then start the game, or just overwrite the file
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    Hey there,

    Thanks for the reply...It only takes up 7 blocks so im not that worried just wanted to know what it was. I have no USB loader on mi wii and have never installed a forwarder channel or anything like that. Just gamma 0.3 with 002 fix and Neogamma R7.

    As for my game saves why is there 4 blocks with no data/gamesaves listed before my gamesaves are? Anyclues on that one.

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    Strange, my friend had the same on his Wii soon after he hacked it. We deleted it from Data Management and there was nothing missing on the channels, so it should be safe.

    As for the game saves, no idea sorry. Strange.
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    I have installed some channel wads that when you go into system settings memory for channels, it shows up as question marks. Just means the wad wasnt created properly or the person that created it just didnt care about creating that part on the wad. Dealing with the blank blocks on your game save slots... I have that same problem though I only have 1. Its the very first slot but it acts as a open slot. You could try deleting all your saves and then creating a new save from a game and see where it lands. It could possibly have to do with using alt.dol on a game to create a save and in doing so also creats a corrupted save. For instance I have resort save file on my wii from when I used alt.dol to run the game the first time. Now eventhough it created a save file, it could also create a corrupted one as well. Thats just my theory though.
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