Autoboot Chip feature on D3-2 or D4 ?

Discussion in 'Wii - Hacking' started by actar, Jun 9, 2012.

Jun 9, 2012
  1. actar
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    Member actar GBAtemp Fan

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    Hi!
    I'm already here with my question. :lol:
    I need a confirmation (or refutation) about one thing.

    Example.. a Wii with:
    - D3-2 or D4 drive
    - No Patched system menĂ¹ IOS
    - Firmware 4.3E
    - BannerBrick

    the question IS.. if I
    - use the SSBB DVD PAL (original of course)
    - set a chip (like wasabiDX or drivekey) to autoboot on a working Wii...
    - ....then I mount the chip on the bricked Wii.

    Can I start SSBB for use the exploit?
    I thinks the autoboot feature of the chip works also with this (fuc**ng) drive.

    If that solution is not good (please tell me why), i thing that the only thing to do is to mount also a drive who read backup dvd (and full compatible with the chip).


    Thanks.
     
  2. giantpune

    Member giantpune GBAtemp Addict

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    autoboot works with every fuc**ng drive. all it does it patch the first byte of the game. the system menu is what sees that byte and decides it wants to autoboot the game.
     
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  3. mauifrog

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    Most newer firmware on chips will not patch ssbb usa or jap to autoboot do to those titles not autobooting. I am not sure if they don't autoboot all ssbb or if they are smart enough to enable autoboot on pal/kor. It may or may not patch the original ssbb-pal to autoboot. But you can make iso and patch it and burn.
     
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  4. actar
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    Thanks so much for your reply.
    I could not hope for a more precise answer. :)
     

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