Error with Waninkoko & HBC

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May 31, 2008
  1. LinkinParkmetre
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    When i launch the WAD manager with the hbc, all my wads appears. Then if i wait a while (like 5 seconds), my wiimote deco
    If before five seconds, i press the down arrow, there is a fucking error with hexadecimal text, like CODE DUMP: and hexadecimal
    This is the same with Wii 64

    Any suggestion?
     


  2. its-my-right

    Newcomer its-my-right Advanced Member

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    Yep, the same here...CODE DUMP error...but when launched with Twilight Hack, this homebrew just works lik a charm...strange, because on wiigen, they said the opposite: may have an error with twilight hack, but no with homebrew channel...
     
  3. LinkinParkmetre
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    You launched wad manager via TPH ?
    It's ridiculous if we have to change every time
     
  4. Arakon

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    make a channel using the wad installer channel and autoinjectuwad to inject wad manager into it. it won't work from homebrewchannel.
     
  5. jan777

    Member jan777 motion control..? srsly? so 2008. 3DS is teh bombz

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    i can use the wad manager from the HBC just fine
     
  6. LinkinParkmetre
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    We simply want to use it via HBC !!!!
    The code dump error is not only on the WAD manager
    It occurs when we use wiimote
    Waninkoko, just come here !
     
  7. Arakon

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    why should waninkoko have to fix something that is the fault of the HBC? obviously HBC leaves something behind in memory when launching an app.
     
  8. Maikel Steneker

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    Yeah, me too, no problems at all. [​IMG]
     
  9. LinkinParkmetre
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    Because waninkoko is the one which codes his programs
    If there is a line non compatible with HBC, he is the one which can find it
     
  10. Arakon

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    uh, no. HBC is at fault for leaving something loaded in memory even after an app is started. waninkoko's software is obviously working fine by itself, so it's NOT the fault of his app.
     
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    ZOMG! Waninkoko has an error!

    As for the problem, I guess you could try re-installing everything if that's not too much of a problem.
     
  12. LinkinParkmetre
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    So why some users get apps working, and some users not?
    And do you have a solution to clear memory app?
     
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    That's probably fault of the HBC so it should be fixed by bushing & co.
     
  14. crinz

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    mine works fine, i have used it a couple of times in the same session as well as using other HBC apps and have no problems.

    I deleted any other WAD installer/uninstaller/homebrew channels through data management before installing HBC via Twilight hack.

    did you have any other the other apps on your wii when you installed HBC? maybe code is getting shared between apps or something and causes confusion? im completely guessing though cause i have no idea about this kind if stuff :-)
     
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    I would just like to confirm that it works fine for me aswell.
     
  16. Shinster

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    Wad manager works ok in HBC on my wii.
     
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  18. LinkinParkmetre
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    If we want bushing and co to correct it, we need to contact them, uh?
    Anyone has direct contact with them?
     
  19. Prisoner

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    remember also that this HBC it's still a beta....so it's possible to have errors...

    however....tried the Wad Manager via HBC and it works fine...
     
  20. jesushchrist

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    thanks, but no thanks.

    btw: you still dont get the big picture
    all there is left for your wad crap is vc/wiiware piracy. well, then again, this is gbatemp... are you proud now?

    so please, god of homebrew, stick your "wii projects" up your ass.
    while you're at it, why dont you just stop with whatever you think you're doing. here's a little hint: all you do is spread a bad name around wii homebrew. you know, there a people out there who do care about consequences of their action.

    thank you for your understanding hrtimer!
     

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