Play DVDs on Any Wii

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Intro: Play DVDs on Any Wii

In this instructable I will teach you how to play DVDs on any Wii.

You Will Need:

A way to boot homebrew (.elf) Go here to see my instructable on how to run homebrew on any wii.

An SD Card

**I AM NOT RESPONSIBLE FOR ANY DAMAGE TO YOUR WII, SD CARD, OR DVDS

Step 1: Get the Files

Get all the files here

Step 2: Install DVDX


Step 1: Open The Homebrew Channel

Step 2: Select the app labeled DVDx Installer

Step 3: Select "Normal Install"

Step 4: When it is done installing, hit Exit

Your Done Installing DVDx

Step 3: Play DVDs


To Play DVDs:

Step 1: Go into The Homebrew Channel and select the app labeled MPlayer

Step 2: Select DVD-Video ...

Step 3: Select Play DVD

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    52 Discussions

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    PeterF8conradev

    Reply 6 days ago

    So do you have any ideas on how to restore what the DVDX installer tried to do? I know that Homebrew Channel has DVDX properties built in, but I do not know how to tap into that.

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    Gew

    4 years ago on Step 2

    I'm having the same issue (error 2011). I'm on 4.3e _with_ recent d2x cISO installed, still no success. I've read that there is something with a "truncha" bug that needs to be exploited in order for this to work.

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    dan1897

    5 years ago on Step 2

    i have a 4.3e wii and dvdx installer is NOT working for me, it installs properly but when i try playing anything on wiimc it says its not installed. when i go back to dvdx the install option is GONE and i have to reinstall it like it was never installed (only takes a second) etc. etc. plz help

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    YolksterXD

    7 years ago on Step 3

    I dont see the "DVD-Video" on the MPlayer Wii Menu, when i go to "OPEN" then, "DVD-Video", then "PLAY DVD" it freezes

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    Crumble

    7 years ago on Introduction

    doesn't work on black wii because of new drive, cant play burned games either have to load off usb/sdhc/hdd

    drive is D3-2

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    dudubaladu

    8 years ago on Step 2

    I can't install dvdx... my firmware is 4.2U and when it is installing stub ticket it appears ERROR (ret= -2011) what should i do?? do i have to install some kind of CIOS? thank you

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    moqa

    8 years ago on Step 3

    THANKS FOR ALL T HE HELP I'M A TOTALNEWB AND THIS SEEMSEASY

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    Wii_User

    8 years ago on Step 3

    mine freezes...anyway to fix that?

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    Pyrosite

    8 years ago on Introduction

    can someone help me out.. i'm not even sure if its possible.
    but how do i enter text in a chat when i am online using my Wii ? 
    ive tried to figure it out and can't.

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    redinca

    9 years ago on Step 3

    This awesome. Thanks for the simple steps Thundaboy1047. I wonder if there is any way to make a channel for it on the Wii. but anyway it's cool.

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    RedFlash

    9 years ago on Introduction

    My wii is sooooooo annoying. I try to install the dvdlib, but it says ERROR 2011 and doesn't install. I have tried every option possible. I can't play dvds either. The wii hums about, but then it freezes and I have to hold the Power button to restart the wii. Help

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    X-Tremo

    9 years ago on Introduction

    Hi, is there any way to cross this one with the usb loader and play my films directly in the TV trough the wii? Can it play all formats? Amazing stuff by the way :)

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    SolderguyX-Tremo

    Reply 9 years ago on Introduction

    You can take a hard drive, partition it so that one partition is formatted to WBFS to play wii backups on usb loader, and another partition is formatted to FAT 32. Install http://wiibrew.org/wiki/Mplayer_ce on your Wii, and put all your video files that are compatible with Mplayer CE into the hard drive's FAT 32 partition. Launch Mplayer CE from the Homebrew channel, and choose which video you want to play. This doesn't always work since the Wii is so underpowered, some video files might lose audio sync, or freeze up.