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Discussion in 'Wii - Hacking' started by lime_slusho, Oct 1, 2008.

  1. lime_slusho
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    lime_slusho Member

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    Ok I have a question. I have an unmodded wii, with twilight hack and 3.3u and a retail copy of twilight princess, would I be able to use that to fix my wii with SaveMii?
     
  2. lolsjoel

    lolsjoel GBAtemp Advanced Fan

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    If the Twilight Hack is installed already on your system, I do believe you shouldn't have any problem fixing your system with the SaveMii. That's just the theory of the recovery menu, though. You should probably wait to get a response from someone with first hand experience, though.
     
  3. denzil

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    No, you're pretty close, tho. SaveMii allows the Wii to install updates from disks and boot diagnostic disks (the so-called "autoboot" disks). You could convert a copy of Zelda to such an autoboot disk, burn it, boot it with SaveMii and let it run the Twilight Hack you luckily have installed, after which you could use AnyTitleDeleter to delete the channel with the bad banner data. But: A Wii without a modchip will not accept burnt disks as Wii disks. So you're out of luck until you get your Wii (temporarily) chipped.
     
  4. lime_slusho
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    Wait, can't I just run an autoboot of twilight princess on 3.3u without SaveMii? Also, isn't there a wad uninstaller disc? Could I just run that instead of a rom of twilight princess?
     
  5. denzil

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    No. Because if you're on a 3.3 system menu it means your Wii will not accept custom made and in consequence fakesigned ("trucha signed") disks anymore. Also, such a disk would have to be burnt, and a Wii without modchip will not ... well, you catch the drift.