Question by plexzya 9 years ago
Downgraded to 3.2U. Have Homebrew channel and all the cIOS wad stuff... cant play original wii discs without updating??
If thats not possible, is there a way to "backtrack" to an earlier version??? (if it helps: I've had this Wii since Menu Version 3.0)
Question by B.F.L.M 10 years ago | last reply 9 years ago
I have a wii and I have installed the homebrew channel. I have formatted my USB drive to FAT32 and have use the USB loader to rip my games and play them. I want to use the USB drive to load the "USB Loader" either through homebrew channel or preferably through a channel forwarder. This last part, I have not been able to accomplish. I get errors when I actually load the games this way and the games fail. Please help. I can give more info if you need it.
Question by zettolly 8 years ago
Hello, So recently I've been really into the whole wii softmodding idea. What I want to do is install the backup channel and I have no idea what needs to be done prior to ensure this goes smoothly. I have system menu 4.2 and installing the homebrew channel wont be a problem. I know I need something called the "truncha bug" to install CIOS but thats all I know. All help is welcome Thanks :)
Question by junits15 8 years ago | last reply 8 years ago
Can my wii brick up if i mess up installing homebrew channel ?? and will it function normally aft installing ? nd can i update my wii without hassles aft i install it ??
Question by akash.rao 8 years ago | last reply 8 years ago
To get the homebrew channel for wii version 4.3 just go here and download version 0.8 whis has the homebrew channel in thw hackmii download in it then exacute the program with smash stack , indiana pwns or the original, twighliht princess game hack like you would with wi version 3.4 . its not hard to do but additionally you know how all homebrew usb loaders were slow and or didn't work with your usb storage device the newest download that i linked has a ios included that lets more usb devices be recognized an loaded faster Now you can also get backrounds for hbc which are here (follow on screen instructions for installation) you can also create your own which you'll need this page and a .jar opener
Topic by nbagf 8 years ago
I already have Homebrew channel installed on my wii ,but have nothing on my ds card eg files. what Iam wanting to know is what files and folders do i need Ive trye'd a few things from watching youtube but carn't seem to have any luck thanks.
Question by willma1 9 years ago | last reply 9 years ago
Converting the file via wii video 9 is required, right? Or is there some other method? As wii 9 causes the video file to bloat over 5 times larger. Homebrew channel thing required? Is there any way to do it without a SD card? I don't think my PC has a port like that, even if I could borrow one from someone. My firmware version is 3.4u.
Question by truepurple 9 years ago | last reply 9 years ago
Please note: I am beginner at this. Ok, here is what I have done: 1. I have upgraded my System Menu to version 4.0 using the update option from the Wii2. Following this instructable: https://www.instructables.com/id/S9RV0FWFN4H8OED/ I have installed cIOS36 Rev7. This means that I have also installed Homebrew Channel (using Bannerbomb exploit ). 3. Following the same instructable I have got to the point where I got the Error ret-2011 which a lot of other people (with System Menu 4.0) got: " tried to install the 04-BackupLauncher0.3g+_249-NeoRame.rar like instructed below.I get a installing ticket...ERROR! (ret = -2011)"4. After that everything went down the drain. I have tried to follow this instructable: https://www.instructables.com/id/SQHX9S3FUNOXOKE/ with both versions (offline and online), but I kept getting the -2011 error. 5. I have tried to follow other tutorials out there but I did not get any further because of different errors. Now I do not know what version of cIOS or other files I have installed on my Wii.I have tried to update again my System Menu 4.0 in case I have messed up anything but my Wii says that I already have the latest version installed. So my questions are: 1. How do I know what version of the Files I have and whether I have messed up my System Menu ? And how do I get back to the original System Menu 4.0 of the files? 2. Since the aim of this entire thing is to play backup games, how do I fix this and how do I get my Wii to play the backup games, from backup DVDs (I've seen that it might be possible to play them from USB devices, I am not interested in that right now). Also, I do not want to install any other homebrew applications (like DVD players or video players).3. If in the process I have to downgrade my System Menu, what are the exact steps to do that? Thank you very much for your help and I hope someone will be able to help me make things work !If you think you can help but you need more information, please comment on my question and I will provide as much information as I can
Question by liljohnnydoe 9 years ago | last reply 9 years ago
I love quad as an audio format. I've been recording in quad a lot recently on my tape multitracker. It uses regular cassette tape, and the regular track widths, but uses all four at once instead of two each way. Trouble is, it only has stereo mixdown, and it records at twice speed, so I would need to modify any potential quad tape deck that I build to play at twice normal speed. I've figured out a way to use a 4-part RCA signal, if ran to two stereo amps, to get quad sound to my speakers. Therefore, I would need to modify my homebrew quad tape deck to have 4-part RCA out. I'm still a little fuzzy on the particulars of that. In order to read all four tracks, I'm considering just taking two stereo heads and putting them next to each other, but due to width constraints, that would probably mean being unable to sync their output, let alone record anything. I suppose I could yank the quad head out of a junk Tascam, but good luck finding a junk Tascam! Any ideas on solving this issue? Perhaps work in an output lag somehow on the forward head's output so that they are synced again? One idea that I have, if I can get the outputs synced, is to just pull the head out of one tape deck and make the wires long enough that I can install it in the other deck, still attached to its own electronics, though. Then there would be four RCA jacks out (two from eah machine) and it would require the minimum amount of hacking things up. Then I'd connect the two cases in to uber case (duct tape, porbably), and go on my merry four-channel way. Anyway, is anybody else a fan of this format, and have you thought about making a quad tape deck? If someone has ever ripped up analog tape decks (or knows the nitty-girtty of how they work), please don't hesitate to give some input to this project!
Topic by Rishnai 10 years ago | last reply 10 years ago