Deleting titles

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Feb 8, 2009

Deleting titles by zerocool99 at 10:23 PM (710 Views / 0 Likes) 8 replies

  1. zerocool99
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    ok , crisis over hbc back

    trying to delete mplayer title

    however there are 4 which one

    ( haxx)
    ( azhg)
    (fcwp)
    (jaae)

    how do you identify them
     
  2. Vague Rant

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    Stop deleting titles, damn it. Get the original WAD you used to install it, and use WAD Manager to uninstall it by hitting minus (-) while it's selected.
     
  3. Yeah, don't use the Title Deleter. It's pretty risky unless you know all of this. If you installed it using the wad manager, go get the wad, go to wad manager, and hit minus like Vague said!
     
  4. zerocool99
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    what i am trying to do is get rid on the mplayer channel which is on the screen when i boot up, i have used wad manager but it is not there ...... sorry must be driving you mad talking to a noob
     
  5. You know...if you want to delete a channel...you could delete it just like any other Wii channel. =] I forgot about that. Go try that, go to your Wii Menu and delete the channel from there!

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    You know...if you want to delete a channel...you could delete it just like any other Wii channel. =] I forgot about that. Go try that, go to your Wii Menu and delete the channel from there!
     
  6. Vague Rant

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    How did you originally install the mplayer channel? If it was by using a WAD, you need to put that WAD on your SD card again (in the folder "wad") then when you open WAD Manager and select to load from SD, it will appear there as a choice. Instead of hitting plus (+) on it, which is for installing, you should hit minus (-) to uninstall it. Then you can delete the WAD if you want.

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    This is true, but it will leave behind a ticket and stuff on your Wii. This isn't a huge problem, but a buildup of leftover tickets can screw with some homebrew.
     
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    GOTTA SAY " LADS " YOU ****** ROCK!!!!!!!!!!!

    BIG THANK YOU XXXXXX I AM A NOOB LOL
     
  8. Yeah, but it seems that this would work for the person, I've never had a problem...only time it bugged me was when I tried to reinstall Paper Mario later but it still had the ticket so I removed it and reinstalled it and realized...it took my save file away too! O_O
     
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    sorry to bump this from months ago, but does anyone know what the AZHG channel he has is?

    i have it on my SD card, but i dont know what the hell it is and want to add it to my game/ channel saves list and i cant seem to find any onfo on it on any websites or even here.

    thanks if anyone can help
     

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