No Wii Menu Transition

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Jul 12, 2009

No Wii Menu Transition by LeonardoGolden at 9:14 AM (2,010 Views / 0 Likes) 22 replies

  1. LeonardoGolden
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    Member LeonardoGolden GBAtemp Fan

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    I've noticed that whenever I choose "Wii Menu" to go back to the, well, Wii menu, there is no transition and it acts as if I just rebooted the Wii.

    I used to have cIOScorp installed and I currently have preloader.

    Is preloader causing it or is it some sort of remaining from cIOScorp?
     


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    Member FenrirWolf GBAtemp Psycho!

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    Isn't that how the Wii menu always works?
     
  3. grentuu

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    Its what mine does... [​IMG]
     
  4. LeonardoGolden
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    No, no, no. You're not getting it.

    Instead of doing the fancy transition with all the squares that say Wii, it goes all the way back to the health & safety screen. There is no transition at all.
     
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    I know what he means..... It just resets instead of the wii squares comming out...

    My wii does it sometimes.... i think its bug when i have installed something...
     
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    Member $uPeRJjS&#0 GBAtemp Fan

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    Umm I just found out it only mostly happens to homebrew apps.... it depends if your homebrew app is stable or not....
     
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    I am pretty certain that what you are describing is a bug that comes from preloader 0.29. I have temporarily uninstalled preloader and this bug will disappear, and it reappeared when I installed it back. Since it was really annoying to see the health/safety screen after every instance of returning to the wii system menu, I simply used the hack in preloader that turns off the health/safety screen. Does anyone knows a way around this bug in preloader?
     
  8. jan777

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

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    no, it is with the homebrew apps, and when you load games using cioscorp, loaders, usbloaders, it does that unless you enable the preloader hack
     
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    I just tried an original disc with the preloader hack turned off and I still go back to the health screen when returning to the system menu. I do not have cioscorp installed so that rules out any issues with that hack as the cause of this. I might be wrong here, but if you uninstall preloader and then use either a usbload or an original disk, you will get the "wii channel" animation before returning to the wii menu rather than the health screen.
     
  10. jan777

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    ok, it might have been the preloader..idk its not really that important you know, not like your wii is going to fire popcorn or contact aliens or anything
     
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    I agree - it definitely isn't important. I prefer not having the health screen [​IMG]
     
  12. jan777

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    preloader hack?
     
  13. xfcrowman

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    yes - i use the "replace health warning with system menu" hack with preloader .29.
     
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    If your on 3.2 you can just use starfall, starfall's remove health screen hack doesn't have this bug.
     
  15. $uPeRJjS&#0

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    But doesn it take along time and money to reebot? lol
     
  16. xfcrowman

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    FYI - the newest system menu (4.1) does not have this issue with preloader
     
  17. beegee7730

    Banned beegee7730 ITS PAAFEKUTO!

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    Guess ill update to 4.1 then.
     
  18. tj_cool

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    Lets use the correct terms next time

    What the OP means is that it doesn't show the Backmenu when going to the wii menu.
     
  19. beegee7730

    Banned beegee7730 ITS PAAFEKUTO!

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    It does.
     
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    which method of updating did you use? I used Waninkoko's 4.1 updater
     

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