wbfs manager

Discussion in 'Wii - Backup Loaders' started by strict9gs, May 2, 2009.

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    hi i was wondering if there was a way to change the game code for certain games....example..i have a few different versions of guitar hero 3 that ppl have made....now im trying to put them on my 320 ext hdd through usb loader....and it keeps telling me it already exists as the original gh3.....is there a way around this to install them on the hdd or mabey available in an upcoming update? thanks in advanced
     
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    ya i tried this and i got a long error code when i tried adding it to the hdd....i changed the code by 1 number and it messed everything up...is there a code i have to change it to...or can i make one up????....any help would be appreciated
     
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    You can try a hex editor. should be the first 6 bits on a game, or just search for the code in plain text
     
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    no i know what the code is...its the same as gh3... i want to add other remakes of the game(other songs instead of the gh3 setlist) and when i put them on to the hdd they say the game already exists....so what im wanting to do is change the code to be able to add them...i have like 4 of them
     
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    Just pick a game that you will never play and use that game code. That's what I did.