High Pitched Ring on ALL Wii Sounds

Discussion in 'Wii - Hacking' started by packerpride17, Jul 10, 2010.

  1. packerpride17
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    packerpride17 Advanced Member

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    I switched to a New Wii, and with Priiloader, and Bootmii as an IOS. After installing the RawkSD patcher, I continued to install the Rock Band Wads to regain my old collection of DLC.

    Everything worked great.

    Today, when I used the Beatles Wad, I got a high pitch shrill to everything I hear. I tried the Priiloader hacks of blocking sounds to no avail. Really need help as it is unbearable...
     
  2. linuxares

    linuxares I'm not a generous god!

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    Is it only the Wii?

    Tried it on another TV?
     
  3. packerpride17
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    packerpride17 Advanced Member

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    Tried it on another TV with the same result, I noticed it after I rebooted after installing the Beatles Wad.
     
  4. evandixon

    evandixon PMD Researcher

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    I'm hearing that, just I haven't installed the Beatles Wad. The only actual Wad I've manually installed is the redirector for USB Loader GX. I don't remember when it started, and I haven't installed anything weird on my Wii.
     
  5. Riicky

    Riicky GBAtemp Advanced Fan

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    If i remember correctly, this was an issue with older revisions of priiloader..again, I could be wrong
     
  6. packerpride17
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    packerpride17 Advanced Member

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    I'll update it, but I believe I have the latest version. Even without Priiloader installed (did a backup which removed it) I still hear it.
     
  7. maxtom

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    unplug it for 1 night (for 20 min worked for me)
    is a problem of the homebrew channel
     
  8. SherlockHolmeboy

    SherlockHolmeboy GBAtemp Regular

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    This always happens to me when I go into the Priiloader menu. Autobooting to the System Menu fixed this for me though. Have you set Priiloader to autoboot to the System Menu?
     
  9. vexing

    vexing Advanced Member

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    this happens to me sometimes too... i haven't tried to figure out a pattern to when it happens and when it doesn't, but generally a restart fixes it.
    i'm pretty sure i have latest priiloader, and it's set to autoboot system menu.
     
  10. packerpride17
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    packerpride17 Advanced Member

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    Well I did a NAND Backup prior to installing the Wad and all is fine. Just won't be getting my Beatles DLC back it seems. I'll survive.
     
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