ModMii Question

Discussion in 'Wii - Hacking' started by sphinx.djc, Jan 4, 2011.

  1. sphinx.djc
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    sphinx.djc GBAtemp Regular

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    I just finished using ModMii to hack my Wii 4.3U and it was a success from the looks of it. I followed all the directions as per the software, and I also setup the USB function for my external hard drive which I will use for my backups, and etc.

    Before I do continue, I'd like to know if I have to have all the files I originally started out with on my SD card on the hard drive every time I start up my Wii. I tried it without, and I tried accessing the HBC, but there were no options on the main screen of the HBC. Is this because I have the boot.dol file now on my hard drive?

    Is there anything else I should install? I am still new to all this and am a bit overwhelmed by all the IOS, Hermes, and other strange things I come across and am unsure which I should or shouldn't get at this point.
     
  2. Krestent

    Krestent What to post?

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    On your SD card you should keep the apps folder; if your HDD is formatted as FAT32 you can also put it there.
     
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    Heran Bago Where do puyo come from?

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    Next time you want to make a topic that is in the form of a question rather than informative post it on ask gbatemp.
     
  4. sphinx.djc
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    sphinx.djc GBAtemp Regular

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    Ok, done it.

    I have another question now. I loaded up the external hard drive with no problem, it showed it empty with nothing in it. I went back to HBC and the only option there was the external hard drive manager, I went to load it but it said I need something called Waninkoko. I don't quite remember seeing that being installed during the process, do I need to get this separately?

    Something else I'd like to know, do I always have to have the external hard drive plugged in? If I wanted to play some Gamecube games or Wii games I have on disc, do I still have to have it connected?