SaveGame Manager GX

Discussion in 'Wii - Emulation and Homebrew' started by dj_skual, Feb 23, 2010.

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Delete Save one by one fonction

Poll closed Nov 20, 2015.
  1. Yes

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  2. No

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  1. Joe_B

    Joe_B Member

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    Hello,

    When loading, SaveGame Manager GX crashes everytime during the "loading devices" step... I get black screen saying Exception (ISI) Occurred >> some codes >> Stack dump >> Reloading in 20 seconds

    On other threads, I read that I should create a Mii before using SGMGX. So I created a Mii and I still have the same problem...

    My Wii is modded with ModMii and I downloaded SGMGX R127 directly from sourceforge and I did not install a forwarder channel yet, I am running it from the Homebrew Channel. Thanks!
     
  2. dj_skual
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    try the beta repository:
    https://sourceforge.net/projects/savegame-manager-gx-beta/files/
     
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  3. Joe_B

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    Hi and thanks for answering!

    So I tried the beta version and everything seems to be working fine now! However, the software may or may not be doing what I was searching for... and maybe you can help me...

    What I was looking for is for a way to manage the saved games that are on my Wii (the regular saves for Wii games) in bulk... Like, I just want to avoid having to click each save that I want to delete one by one to make some space... I want to select all the saves I want to delete in bulk and then click "delete" lol... In SaveGameManagerGX, so far I was able to see all my savegames, but it seems I can only click them one by one and then I have a few choices like "extract" for example.

    Thanks :)
     
  4. dj_skual
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    ok, lot of time not working or used my homebrew….
    i Don't have finished the "manage all" functions, but if you click on the menu on the"double Arrow" icon (left Bottom), you get the "manage all menu".
    look here.

    not sure to have implemented function to delete save Inside the Wii nand.
     
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  5. Joe_B

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    Hi! I found your "manage all" menu, and was able to do something, but still, the Wii console is missing a function to bulk delete or delete all savegames to be able to do what I wanted to do...

    In SaveGameManagerGX, if I select "Wii" at the top, I only can extract or compress the games 1 by 1... If I go in the "manage all" menu, I can extract all the Wii saves at the same time in a folder, then I can use SaveGameManagerGX to go in this folder to delete the games I want to delete, which is still 1 by 1, but much faster than on the Wii... Then I could reinstall the saves that I did not delete on the Wii from this folder, but all the saves which were extracted from the Wii earlier would still be on the Wii...

    For things to work properly, I would need a function to delete all savegames present on the Wii at the same time... Then I could "Extract all saves on the Wii > Delete the saves I want to delete from the extraction > Delete all saves on the Wii > Re-install the saves which I did not delete from the extraction"... But the only thing I find on the Internet is either how to delete the saves on the Wii 1 by 1 or how to completely format the Wii.

    Thanks for your help!
     
  6. dj_skual
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    ok, now i remember…. i Don't put the save delete in the app to avoid problem loosing saves.
    i need to delete manualy from the "wii save manager"... or format, this is a good way too.
     
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  7. Eaglemeat

    Eaglemeat Newbie

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    Does anyone know how to import Wii save game data extracted from a Wii using SaveGame Manager GX to a Wii U to work with Wii games installed with the WiiVC injector script?
     
  8. dj_skual
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    just extract from the wii with SGMGX, then play the game on the wiiu, then import the save with SGMGX
     
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  9. Eaglemeat

    Eaglemeat Newbie

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    Do I need to do this through the vWii? My Wii games don't show up in vWii because, I'm assuming, I'm using the WiiVC injector. Or is it possible to use SGMGX from the Wii U side?
     
  10. dj_skual
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    playthe game in wiiu, then load the SGMGX from vwii
     
  11. Eaglemeat

    Eaglemeat Newbie

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    Ah.... I see. I guess I'll have to hack the vWii portion of my system. Because I was using the WiiVC injector I hadn't bothered to hack it, instead focusing on the Wii U side of things. Thanks!
     
  12. Jimmy Conan

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    When I clicked on a link that brought me to Source forges's page it automatically downloaded a ZIP file named "HBC_SetUp_R127.zip" so I opened it.
    It included a: boot.dol, meta.xml, and an icon.png with an image of SaveGame Manager GX.

    When I included the "HBC_SetUp_R127.zip" file into my SD card the Wii was unable to read any of the files on my SD card for anything. Once I removed it from the SD card it solved the problem. I already had the Homebrew Channel before trying this.

    I clicked on the download icon on the Source forge page and then it downloaded a zip file named "Wii_Official_Channel_(17blocks_forwarder_rev09_SMGX).zip". The second zip file contains a WAD file and a readme inside. Is it essential to use in order for Savegame Manager GX to work? Do I add it to my SD card after I use the first zip file? I don't know what I'm doing wrong.

    Upon trying to add the WAD file found in "Wii_Official_Channel_(17blocks_forwarder_rev09_SMGX).zip", my Multi Mod Manager was unable to add it to my Wii...I installed the vWii file at first, but then found the Wii version when looking under the files here. Multi Mod Manager can still not add it though...Is it outdated? It was posted up November 23, 2015 and it is 2.1 MB. The WAD shows up to Multi Mod Manager under a folder within the apps folder, but when I try to install it I am told that it did not go through.
    The whole readme says this
    Do I have a fake file? According to Wiibrew this is where the download for Wii and Wii U are found...I clicked on the links for the Wii on your first post and I receive a message on Source Forge that reads: "The "/Official_Channel_(1..rder_rev09_SMGX).rar" file could not be found or is not available. Please select another file." Please get back to me when you can! I'm glad that you still offer support for this! I really appreciate your efforts!

    I have a white Wii with update 4.3U. It is running IOS 58 v6176
     
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  13. dj_skual
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    ok,

    go here: https://sourceforge.net/projects/savegame-manager-gx-beta/files/

    create a folder Inside your "app" folder on the SD, and put the .dol Inside.
    open you homebrewchannel, then open SGMGX
     
  14. Jimmy Conan

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    Thank you for your quick reply!

    I have a folder under the "apps" folder with three files in it it now.
    Official_Channel_(17blocks_forwarder_rev09_SMGX)
    the readme for the previous file
    R76.dol

    With these three files in my SD card Multi Mod Manager was still unable to run the WAD channel.
     
  15. dj_skual
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    Don't use the wad channel.
    just launch the dol with homebrew channel
     
  16. Jimmy Conan

    Jimmy Conan Newbie

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    Wow, it worked and I was able to extract the save files with the default option! Thank you!! I saw a video from 2014 that also gave the option to transfer Mii information, but I did not see that option, only "Wii Saves". Does Mii information also transfer over when doing a default Wii Saves transfer? If not, how can I transfer over my Mii information as well?

    Here is the video that displayed the Wii Saves and Mii options separately
     
  17. dj_skual
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    i Don't have implemented the "all miis functions" in the latest beta release, you can extract miis one by one selecting the mii browser in top section of the screen. hope that will help you
     
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