Softmodding/Hacking My Wii Questions

Discussion in 'Wii - Hacking' started by Zerosuit connor, Sep 20, 2011.

  1. Zerosuit connor
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    Zerosuit connor Baby I'm Back ♥

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    Hey guys I'm really new to wii hacking/soft modding whatever its called ( I am generally more for mobile devices and handhelds) . I think im going to use the twilight hack as that seems easy. Any way i have some questions.

    Is the twilight hack reversable?
    What are the risks?
    How long will it take?
    Can I still play downloaded and paid wii ware/console games?
    How big are wii iso files generally?
    Can i play them without burning them to a disc?
    Can i downlaod wii ware/virtual console games from the internet and play them?


    Thanks In advance.
     
  2. brausm08

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    twilight hack is obsolete...use modmii (link in sig...or in the stickies at top of forum.)

     
  3. Zerosuit connor
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    Can you answer my other questions?
     
  4. DroRox

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    Well for the twilight hack, hmm just use ModMii for Windows and it'll ask you information about the wii and the best way to hack it. I hacked mine with the SSBB hack because ModMii said it was the best for my Wii. Although I had to borrow the game from a friend. And if you do this, don't rush, you'll only make things go bad that way.

    http://gbatemp.net/t207126-modmii-for-windows?
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    You can download .wads from the internet of VC/WW games and install them onto your .nand.
    With a HDD you can load games from a USB Loader such as CFG USB Loader found here?
    I haven't actually tried running commercial games off the Disc Channel since I hacked it.
    ISO's range from 1 GB to about 7 GB depending on the game, so a rather bit HDD is recommended. I have a 500GB. A HDD compatibility wiki is here, though it's rather outdated.
     
  5. Red_Gh0st

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    If you're on 4.3 use letterbomb
     
  6. Hielkenator

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    Some games are really small if loaded from usb Drive.

    New Super Mario Bros ~ 300Mb lol