System menu channel limit

Discussion in 'Wii - Hacking' started by Sicklyboy, Sep 4, 2010.

  1. Sicklyboy
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    So I just got UNEEK+DI running fine. Is there a way to remove the limit on how many channels you can have on the SM?

    I doubt there is... but only being able to have 48 channels there kinda sucks when I have ~75 ww/vc games.
     
  2. PeregrinFig

    PeregrinFig A miserable little pile of secrets

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    I'm just curious, how do you even fit that many in the system memory, forwarders or something? I have like 8 VC and 2 WW games, and my Wii only has barely 100 blocks of unused memory. [​IMG]

    Sorry if I'm just being a noob and not understanding what UNEEK+DI is.
     
  3. Matthew

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    install them and move them to sd, thats what I'm doing. However unless you have forwarders they wont appear in the menu
     
  4. FIX94

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    Do you have the channel wii and the internet? Delete it if you still have it!
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    I never heard there is a way.
     
  5. Sicklyboy
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    Lol... Wii and the Internet XD

    For people who dont know - Uneek+DI is a NAND emulator, run off of a usb device. The system menu reports 1759 blocks free but it is really however much your hard drive can hold. Hence how I have so many titles on it.

    I figured that the copy to sd way would be the only option, which all considered isnt that bad.

    Fix94 - figured as much, it seems like it would kinda need a recode of the system menu to be able to do that...

    Thanks though!