What can I delete? WII SD

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Aug 1, 2011

What can I delete? WII SD by alejolink11 at 4:08 AM (1,834 Views / 0 Likes) 13 replies

  1. alejolink11
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    Tell me what is in the wad folder. You won't want to delete everything if you have any custom channels, but a lot of it can be deleted. Also tell me what is in your apps folder.

    Make sure you keep nand.bin and keys.bin. You can move them to your computer, but MAKE SURE YOU DON'T LOSE THEM! If you get a full brick, those files can save your Wii.
     
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    Yes, just make sure you always keep a copy of those files. If by some chance you lose them (accidental delete, a virus, file corruption, computer crashing, etc.), you just need to run Bootmii to make new ones.

    You should keep the following app folders:
    fceugx
    NeoGamma
    SGMX
    snes9xgx
    USBLoader
    wiimc

    Of those, you can delete NeoGamma if you don't play disc backups, snes9xgx if you don't play SNES roms, and fceugx if you don't play NES roms. The others I suggest you keep because, even if you don't use them now, you might find them useful in the future.
     
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    haha i actually use all of those [​IMG]
    but i wanted to know about the CIOS installer, hackmii, tbr, priiloader, so thanks a bunch

    of course ill keep a backup on my PC and on my USB and other hard drive haha
    THANKS!!!!
     
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    Anyone else noticed that nand.bin is 0 KB?
     
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    Wow, nice catch.

    @OP: You need to make a new nand backup with bootmii, since your old one obviously failed.
     
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    yeah thats why im opting for keeping them there [​IMG]
     
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    OH GOD! IT FAILED? so ive been unprotected this whole time O_O
    thats where you go to the little icon that shows the wii writing something in the SD in the bootmii menu right?
     
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    Nand.bin should be approximately 520MB.
     
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    If the cIOSs on your Wii are still rev20b, you may want to consider upgrading to the latest d2x (v6, I believe). It has many improvements over rev 20b.
     
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    Make sure you keep nand.bin and keys.bin.
    [​IMG]
     
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    I haven't had an SD card in my Wii for months. What do you use yours for?
     
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    What does that have to do with any of this?
     

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