Out of memory need to un-install some things to play Black Ops

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  1. smashdude
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    smashdude GBAtemp Advanced Fan

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    I can't play online or save data because I am out of memory. Here is what I had installed and don't know if un0installing it will brick my Wii completely. Should I send my Wii to Nintendo for repair? I want to keep my modifications but I want to get rid of this 4.3U firmware and update it the SAFE WAY and official way without losing HB stuff. And I need to un-WAD the Wii Shop Channel and don't know if that will brick my Wii. What else from HBC takes up Wii Internal Memory space? And what hacks should I have on/off if I want to update to 4.3U (not WAN) and retrieve as much memory as possible? Will I be able to get teh Wii Shop Channel to load if I un-WAD it tehn update the normal way? I had WiiSCU'd it but don't know if I need to un-install that too. I had the NUS downlaoder installed. I gotta get all of this off my Wii but not bricking it.

    Also the Black Ops headset when plugged into the USB port did not turn on my Wii. WHen I turned it on, it froze. WTF is wrong here?

    http://www.wiihacks.com/wii-custom-softwar...o-official.html

    is the firmware version that I had downloaed taht took up so many blocks

    How much blocks does WADs and other insatlltions take up? Could Nintendo fix them if I sent them the Wii for repairs? I want to keep all my files on my SD card that are in place but get rid of the junk on the Wii memory that takes up so much space.
     


  2. smash_brew

    smash_brew I may or may not have fallen

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    go into the data management screen. i'm guessing that you probably have a bunch of wiiware and vc games installed. just delete what you don't play any longer or copy them to sd and then delete them from the nand. also some game saves can take up quite a few blocks. look at your game save and do the same. tha should free up some memory for you. don't send it to nintendo.
     
  3. smashdude
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    I have priiloader installed too.



    Why not send it to Nintendo? It's the APPLICATIONS I want to delete. Should I NAND back up again? I want like Dop Mii to be deleted. Data Managment is where I go to delete memory blocks but I had my Wii repaired by Nintendo so that means some data is stuck in the channels and not back onto the Data mnagemnt tab yet. I had my Wii repaired before I got into hacking. Does installing these things cost that many blocks? I want to keep all of my saved games atm. I do not know how to run Triforce.
     
  4. smash_brew

    smash_brew I may or may not have fallen

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    exactly what applications do you want to delete? dop-mii runs from your sd card and is not taking up any of your nand. if you are talking about deleting ios's that's not a good idea and if you do delete them it's not going to free up any space. you can use atd to delete pretty much anything you want, so if your looking to delete the news, weather, photo, or shop channel thats the way to go. just be fore warned that deleting the shop channel will also delete your account and remove what ever you have purchased from said channel as well as any points you have. if you need to free up memory you should just do what i said in my first post.
     
  5. smashdude
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    I don't want to delte the Shop Channel, I hjad it WADDED because I didn't want to update. I want to un-install taht WAD. And I want all Channels. I just want the HOMEBREW apps un-installed. Which ones take up the space? How do I get rid of that 4.3 Firmware one? And what should I do about NAND?
     
  6. smash_brew

    smash_brew I may or may not have fallen

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    wow. ok. uninstalling the shop channel=deleting shop channel. Uninstalling system menu wad=brick. What channels do you have installed that you want to get rid of? deleting channels and game saves are the only way you can free up space on your nand.
     
  7. OncleJulien

    OncleJulien tool of peers

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    reported for 7 bumps...cmon man, maybe xflak was right about you.

    *shakes head*
     
  8. smashdude
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    It was an NUS downloader upgrade version. I want to uninstall taht and stil keep the Shop Channel. If you hop on messenger (yahoo, AIM, MSN, Skype, etc) I can link you to what I am talking about. My personal messenger and commenting is disbaled atm so just post it here. I want all of my currently saved games and save data. I just want to get rid of WAD's and other firmware upgrades. They don't have IOS's attached to them I believe.
     
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    smash_brew I may or may not have fallen

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    holly crap. you really should stop touching your wii before you break it. uninstalling the 4.3 system menu wad that you installed will brick your wii. and you cannot uninstall a wad for a channel without deleting said channel.
     
  10. smashdude
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    Please log on messenger. Someone told me it is ok to un-install the app. I can LINK YOU to what I am talking about. Maybe I should just send it in to Nintendo for repair.
     
  11. Spenstar

    Spenstar "Leave it to me"

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    Why would you like to know?
    Wouldn't sending a modded Wii to Nintendo be a bad idea? They would probably just send it back saying that you voided your warranty when you modded your Wii.
     
  12. smash_brew

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    i give up
     
  13. smashdude
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    Smash-brew, do you have any messenger? I can gladly give you the details there. And I did not void my Warranty and I needed to copy WIFI gamaes to the SD card which Nintendo won't allow for no reason at all. And I should delete via the data managemtn and not the channels? There are two places of memory.
     
  14. person66

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    the shop channel wad that you installed wouldn't be taking up that much space, so, try the following

    go in to your data management, then the channels, and see how many blocks are left on you wii (bottom right corner). If its really low than delete some virtual console, wiiware or any other channels listed there.

    You can also go in to the save data part of the data management and see if there are any game saves taking up a lot of room, if there are copy them to a sd card and delete them from your wii (or just delete them without copying them first if you dont care about the game save being lost)

    Dont go uninstalling the shop channel or other stuff you know nothing about. And don't send your wii to nintendo, you hacked it, it doesn't matter what for, and that voids your warranty
     
  15. smashdude
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    You mean they won't fix it? I will give them extra money if they want. Look at that firmware version that I posted. I want to un-install that. And that shop channel WAD. I don't know what else I should un-install but should I also check my System Channels or no?
     
  16. Spenstar

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    Why would you like to know?
    Ah-ha! So I was right! [​IMG]
     
  17. damysteryman

    damysteryman I am too busy IRL these days...

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    So smashdude, you wish to... delete titles... from your Wii?

    Why not... use AnyTitle Deleter?

    Use it to delete titles that you do not want installed on your Wii.

    I am assuming you know how to load up the application and use it, yes?
    The app's interface is easy to use. Just choose the title, then press the A button a few times.
     
  18. minjeeta

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    cant wait for his next reply saying my wii is broken. getting anytitle deleter and this guy together sounds like a really bad idea...m
     
  19. Wiimm

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    The newer wiis comes with an Nintendo introduction video. This video channel is useless (if seen once) and needs >1000 blocks. Remove it with the SD-Card-Manger of the Wii.
     
  20. Dter ic

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    tbh, it'sn't homebrew thas taking up space, it's mre like all those vc/wiiware games on oyur wii, also it could be because of the amount of SSBB video's you saved as replayes.
     
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