Just wondering

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May 24, 2008

Just wondering by Prime at 5:00 PM (1,239 Views / 0 Likes) 8 replies

  1. Prime
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    How would i found out what tickets are on my Wii? I might have deleted a few illegal VC/Wiiware games through data management without thinking.

    Would dumping my NAND help?
     
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    Why not get off your lazy ass, install every game and then delete them. [​IMG]
     
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    You aren't very funny.
     
  4. nanika

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    Apparently there is an app named Title Lister, I think that lists by tickets.
    Alternatively, check the Wii NAND for .tik files.
    Be careful you don't uninstall any Wii Firmware when uninstalling stuff though.
     
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    lol, i don't think i can uninstall the wii firmware, i don't have access to the wii firmware in .wad

    You might be thinking of another way of getting rid of the tickets than my way.
     
  6. nanika

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    Sorry, let me try to explain a bit more.
    On a dumped Wii NAND all the tickets show up as .tik files. I'm not sure, but I think Title Lister shows you the .tik files' codes without dumping your Wii.
    Anyway... If by a dumped NAND, the .tik filename is in hex, i.e., 48415A41.tik meaning HAZA (Photo Channel 1.1). Now, if you make a .wad, any .wad, and change the title-ID (hex search the .wad for 00010001[8-digit proper title-ID], and replace this with the title-ID you have identified as a bad title-ID from your Title List or Wii dump. Then, use that .wad to uninstall.

    I meant be careful as the Wii firmware also has reams of tickets on your Wii, so be careful you don't try to uninstall some of the Wii firmware.

    --Identifying tickets--
    First, find out what games you've bought from the WiiShop, and find their title-ID with
    this page.

    Subtract these from your possible bad ticket list.

    Then, you have the Wii Firmware and the .wad-installed games left.

    (If you are trying by dumping NAND, ignore all tickets in the 00010000 folder)
    (If you are trying by Title Lister, I'm not sure what to do)

    Then, you should just have your .wad-installed games list left.
     
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    But I'm not making any .wad, I'm obtaining them from other sources.

    I'll dump my NAND/look using the title lister then work out what wiiware/vc titles it was, obtain it from the internet and uninstall it.
     
  8. nanika

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    Ah, ok.
    C64=CXXX
    NeoGeo=EXXX
    NES=FXXX
    SNES=JXXX
    Master System=LXXX
    Genesis/Megadrive=MXXX
    N64=NXXX
    TurboGraphX=PXXX/QXXX
    Wii Save games=RXXX
    WiiWare=WXXX
     
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    Thanks so much.
     

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