Separate names with a comma.
Wow. I forgot that releases used to be numbered and tracked.
This takes me way back.
If you desolder the nand, overwrite boot1 and boot2 with bootmii, then put it in the Wii with the socketed nand, you might be able to boot into...
The PS4 will surely outsell the Wii, yet the PS4 has had almost zero cultural impact.
Pretty standard Chinese hacking stuff. When I ran my own servers, Chinese IP addresses hammered away day and night trying to break in.
So I'm actually trying to get access to the full 128mb of ram on my rvt h to run some old gamecube development software.
I don't know anything...
I'm trying to patch the MIOS on my Wii to access all of the MEM2 ram. (64MB)
Does anybody know how to do this?
Just digging this up in case anybody in the future comes across this.
My comments apply to this video, too: [MEDIA]
That's not the startup disc....
Yeah. The uid.sys looks exactly the same on that wii.
That's the uid.sys from the startup wii, right?
I expected RAAE to be the first title, since that's the only disk the startup menu will boot....
Do you mean the start up disc wii nand dump?
That's pretty cool.
I really have to learn how to solder.
Bushing had that to say about the startup disc wii. Just keep it in mind if you do decide to run any discs to avoid overwriting everything.
How did you get the console specific keys that allowed you to modify the NAND?
Looks like it has all the release version of IOS. Like you said,...
*** WARNING: WAD file '../todebug/zeldaSNESntsc.wad': Invalid common key index 251.
*** ERROR: WAD file '../todebug/zeldaSNESntsc.wad' footer...