downgrading for 3.4 and running from disc channel

Discussion in 'Wii - Hacking' started by sprogurt, Feb 26, 2009.

  1. sprogurt

    sprogurt GBAtemp Fan

    Dec 13, 2006
    Okay so my dad's mate wants me to softchip his wii, I've managed to softchip my wii by downgrading it from 3.3E and my mate's wii which was already on 3.2E.
    1 thing that's sketching me out is downgrading from 3.4E 'cause I've never downgraded from 3.4E before. All you gotta do is rename the 3.4 twilight princess hack to data.bin and it should be just like 3.3E right?
    Another thing that my dad's mate wants is to be able to backup discs (he doesn't no where the cases are so they get scratched as hell, I've never dumped a disc as I look after my games but do you have to open some ports to dump the games?
    And finally I suppose he'd like to play the games from the disc channel rather than a backup launcher. Would CIOScorp make that happen?
  2. ether2802

    ether2802 we have the techno...!!

    Former Staff
    Oct 14, 2007
    Pto. Vallarta

    1)search for the 3.4 twilight hack wich is called "beta 0.2", and do the same as if you where in 3.2 or 3.3 to install the HBC

    2)Once you do the Oct23rd FIX by pir8's guide, you'll be on 3.2 after using the cIOS and the IOS downgraders

    3)If he has a network in his house he can extract the image of the games using DVD Dumper 1.2 and a computer with firefox or flashget (internet explorer will not work AT ALL avoid it)

    4) better just install a Gamma Channel next to the Disc Channel, I guess the Wii is for his kids so they will do an update when 3.5 (or 4.0) comes out, and that will kill CIOScorp

    ...!!! [​IMG]
  3. sprogurt

    sprogurt GBAtemp Fan

    Dec 13, 2006
    Thanks! All the info i needed [​IMG] is english your native language btw? If not you could of fooled me!
    thanks again [​IMG]
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