Rock Band DLC Hack problem

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Jun 29, 2010

Rock Band DLC Hack problem by Gagarin at 3:43 PM (2,795 Views / 0 Likes) 11 replies

  1. Gagarin
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    I install sZAE,sZBE,sZCE,sZDE wads, but when I try to access Rock Band online store I'm getting a message that I need to quit and run Wii shop channel. What to do to skip it? Did I missed something?
     
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    you probably need to update your wii shop channel, have the appropriate wii shop channel ios, run wii shop channel at least once on the wii.

    how are you loading the game? what ios are you using?
     
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    I try to run it from the disc and usb loader.
    I have 4.1 U Wii.
    The Wii shop chanell I uninstall with complet undeleter.
    Do I need to install it back? Wich one? Which version?
     
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    you need wiiscu from here http://wiibrew.org/wiki/WiiSCU then select teh latest version of the shop channel. v19 i think then agree to the user agreements in wii settings then turn on wiiconnect24 then launch the shop channel and do the initial setup. then exit, and launch rb2. the store should be open and available now.
     
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    Thank You Kupo! Now it works [​IMG]
    Bad news that I came to new troubles [​IMG]

    When I redownload a song, it's been put in wii memory, so I transfer it into a SD card as a save.
    But how to put it in some DLC folder on FAT32 disc partition?

    Also, I got all collection of dlc's but I can't see them in Rock Band DLC manager.
    There is a whole sZAE folder of 00##.bin files. Am I doing something wrong...?
     
  6. DJPlace

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    i'm having problems too thanks to 4.3...
     
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    Member DJPlace P!ssed OFF Pyscho of GBA!!

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    i hate hard drives there such a pain and it's pc tools and stuff take time i would rather do everything the easy way.
     
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    easy? no not really. and how could you possibly hate hard drives?
     
  10. DJPlace

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    maybe cause cost like around 100 bucks
     
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    all that dlc you are looking to store cost that and more, i bet.
     
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    10 fold. not to mention other stuff you could keep on there aswell. you only need about 30 gbs for all rockband 2 dlc & game on same hd. you can get a 30 gb hd for like 15 bucks.
     

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