Hacking Old Wii player can't play on hacked wii

sn3pro

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So basically after 8 years or so I decided to get my wii out, now the issue is I can't play the games I downloaded into a 8gb usb 8 years ago because I removed the sd card memory that had the files that made all this stuff work like homebrew channel or usb loader ETC... so I have a hacked wii with just wii sports.. lame..... now my question is how can I play the games from that usb again... I was thinking maybe do a format reset and install everything back from tutorials? since I don't remember how I hacked it that long ago

Info I gathered from browsing my OLD wii
Channels I see:

  • The homebrew channel> however when I opened it appears empty and upon clicking the menu I can see " your Wii's IP 10.0.0.14 then I see 1.1.0 IOS58 V24.32 then in that menu I see back, about, LAUCH BOOTMII ETC
  • NeoGamma R9 B56 Auto
    -CFG
  • USB loader GX
Also inside the wii menu I see version: 4.3u

all I want is to be able to play the games from a usb again... so is there anyway to make this stuff work or I have to format the system and hack again?
 

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Formatting only erases personal data and shop tickets. It's pointless.

First reinstall the Homebrew Channel to update it to the latest version, then run SysCheck and see what needs updating.
 

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