What are those ID ??

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Nov 1, 2010

What are those ID ?? by Pippin666 at 4:31 AM (3,735 Views / 0 Likes) 9 replies

  1. Pippin666
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    48414b45.tik","Hidden Channel","","HAKE","2","16","1.94 MB","IOS31","USA","4","00010008\48414b45"
    48414c45.tik","Hidden Channel","","HALE","2","16","1.96 MB","IOS31","USA","4","00010008\48414c45"

    Aslo, why do have 3 photo channel ?? Can I delete 1 ?? Maybe all if not required by the system menu to run ??

    48415941.tik","System Channel","Photo Channel 1.1","HAYA","3","44","5.4 MB","IOS61","Region Free","6","00010002\48415941"
    48415a41.tik","Game Channel","Photo Channel 1.1","HAZA","1","3","0.33 MB","IOS31","Region Free","1","00010000\48415a41"
    48414141.tik","System Channel","Photo Channel","HAAA","2","50","6.14 MB","IOS13","Region Free","5","00010002\48414141"

    Same goes for forecast and news channel ?!?!

    48414641.tik","System Channel","Forecast Channel","HAFA","3","6","0.66 MB","IOS13","Region Free","3","00010002\48414641"
    48414645.tik","System Channel","Forecast Channel","HAFE","7","56","6.89 MB","IOS31","USA","9","00010002\48414645"

    48414741.tik","System Channel","News Channel","HAGA","3","6","0.66 MB","IOS13","Region Free","3","00010002\48414741"
    48414745.tik","System Channel","News Channel","HAGE","7","84","10.4 MB","IOS31","USA","9","00010002\48414745"

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  2. xzxero

    Member xzxero ♥bong milk does good for the brain♥

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    I would erase them all and then reinstall the current system menu.

    they will automatically install the photo and forecast channel of your region.
     
  3. PPSainity

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    Umm, no need to delete all of them. If you have a NTSC-U (US, Canada, etc...) based Wii then you are okay with what you have. Nintendo, out of the factory, ships all Wii's with the All Region (A) versions and the Region specific versions, in your case (E) for the USA and other NTSC regions except Japan, of both the Weather and News Channels. The HAKE and HALE are the NTSC-U version of the standard EULA and Region Select hidden channels respectively.

    The only anomaly in your list is the HAZA Photo Channel which, as far as I can tell, only belongs on European Wiis... I would delete that channel. HAAA is the early version of the Photo Channel, the one that can play MP3's while HAYA is the updated version which can only play AAC's. You must have an early Wii made before the updated Photo Channel was released as all Wiis that came out later only had the updated channel. You can delete the old channel, but you don't need to.

    Keep in mind that these channels are System Channels. I believe that they are stored in the System Memory side of things and should not apply to the "savegame" and "user channel" block count, much like IOS. Someone correct me if I am wrong.

    A good resource for identifying Wii Titles is the Title Database at WiiBrew, give it a look over.

    -[]D
     
  4. Shag

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    Anyone else notice the title database no longer comes up from the WiiBrew site? Maybe it's temporary. Is there a list somewhere else?

    thanks
    Shag
     
  5. mauifrog

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    I have not been able to load wiibrew for 2 days. Wiibrew forums still work, but the wiki is dead for me.
     
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    Fix your signature.
     
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    Don't delete anything if you don't know what it is, or if you aren't absolutely positive the system will run fine without it. In this case, both red flags come up.

    Leave it alone and you'll be fine. They won't hurt anything.
     
  9. RiCK420

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    Just use BootMii and make a pre-backup of your entire NAND to your SD card, then you really can't mess anything up that you can't restore again with BootMii.

    PS: Just make sure you don't delete BootMii (That would be bad!)
     
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    That's only true if you have bootmii as boot2, which is pretty uncommon.
     

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