Access to Data Management when bricked?

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Apr 17, 2009
  1. toblerone
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    Newcomer toblerone Newbie

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    Hello!

    Since i recently installed Starfall, i wondered if its possible, after you bricked your wii, to get to the Data Management?
    Would it be possible to copy the Twilight Savegame over to the System, or is it neccesary to always have the Zelda Savegame in the System?

    greets, toblerone
     
  2. Helsionium

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    Since Data Management is part of the System Menu, you're out of luck if your System Menu can't boot for whatever reason. You may be able to use Waninkoko's Savegame Extractor and Installer, though.
     
  3. toblerone
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    so it would be wise to have the twilight hack savegame in the system, right?

    any way to not kill my current savegame( iam halfway throug Zelda) and also get the Twilight save game stored?
     
  4. ILLPLEASA

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    To my knowlegdge, other than backing up the save to a memory card each time your done with it, then no... (Which sux I know)
     
  5. supagusti

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    no way - just saving your savegame to SD and installing the twilight hack savegame in the system when you're fooling around with some WADs and DOLs which change the NAND
     
  6. toblerone
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    ok, a bit anoying.....


    thanks for the fast help!
     

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