Disc channel move!!!??? WTF??

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  2. skedone

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    i thought it was movable like all the other channels
     
  3. Foppzter

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    We havn't been able to move it in the past.
     
  4. Arm the Homeless

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    Use the newest version of GeckoOS, go into Rebooter Options and enable moving the disk channel.
    Then go to the main GeckoOS menu and press B.

    While you're in Rebooter mode, you can move it around, and I think it will stay there even normally.
     
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    Yeh, your right, you can move it when you have geckoOS 1.7b
    didnt know that like, cheers
     
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    Interesting to know, thanks!

    however i would have thought that it should temporary only (since i think i read that rebooter doesn't affect nand at all)

    can anyone confirm?
     
  7. kedest

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    Well I think that rebooter just removes the 'don't-move-flag' of the disc channel. So you can move it and it's permanent, because the Wii will store the new position. Haven't tried it though, so maybe I'm wrong.
     
  8. Maikel Steneker

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    You're right. I tried it this morning.
     
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    Awesome i always wanted to move that stupid thing
     
  10. OSW

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    That's awesome. thanks!
     
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    yep permanently stores it
     
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    after moving it to 2nd row 2nd column first page, if I turn my wii on, let my wii sit for a bit at main menu with the wiimote also on,
    the wii will disconnect the wiimote, and it will refuse to power back on until I remove the batteries,
    very strange.

    anyone else have that issue?
    I wanna believe its because of something crazy, but could just be the mote being stupid.

    its weird, its almost like the wiimote is frozen, with no lights on.

    can you "crash" a wiimote? give it a codedump?
     
  13. OSW

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    probably your batteries are low power. lol.
     
  14. noobwarrior7

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    could be, I know sometimes they read higher than they seemingly are, but they are reading as full.
    I havent got to test a second wiimote yet, but that will be the next thing I do when I get a chance.

    and it happened IMMEDIATLY after the disc channel move, which is why I was like, "whaaaaa?"
     
  15. djdynamite123

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    Its nothing to do with moving the channel!
    Its either your batteries(rubbish ones)
    or your wii mote is up the wall

    Go into gecko, reboot, move disc channel, power off and on, then it shows its definitely stored. tried it myself, although i have my channels in a good order. later.
     
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    very cool its work