Title/Tickets required by the Wii?

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Aug 25, 2009
  1. beegee7730
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    I have recently taken a NAND dump for use with Triiforce but I am wondering what tickets and titles are required for it to be a working NAND.
    Can anybody tell me?
     
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    Hnmmmm, me being the lazy sod and not wanting to bother investigating would like someone to answer this too! [​IMG]

    What was the final size of your NAND dump btw?

    I took a NAND backup from a formatted 3.2E console with only the HBC installed (and nothing else).

    It ended up at 143MB (I did have an extra couple of IOS's installed though).


    and then took a backup before restoring my NAND backup.
     
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    * Double post *
     
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    No titles and tickets are required, IIRC.
     
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    For triiforce only the titles and tickets of the games should be required as the IOS is already loaded and I don't think that the games need anything else.
    For a working Systemmenu you need:
    Code:
    Title IDÂÂÂÂÂÂÂÂÂÂÂÂVersion
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    0000000100000002ÂÂÂÂ257ÂÂÂÂÂÂ (System Menu 3.1U)
    000000010000001eÂÂÂÂ1040ÂÂÂÂÂÂ(IOS30, for menu)
    0001000848414b45ÂÂÂÂ2ÂÂÂÂÂÂÂÂ (EULA)
    0001000848414c45ÂÂÂÂ2ÂÂÂÂÂÂÂÂ (rgnsel)
    Or other versions for newer ones/other regions.
     

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