what does rebooter do (in gamma)?

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Dec 20, 2008
  1. priapism
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    Member priapism GBAtemp Fan

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    what is rebooter in Backup Launcher gamma?

    i don't know if it reboots the Wii or reboots the launcher or neither.

    can somebody just fill me in quickly about what rebooter is and what it is used for?
     
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    It lets you play 1:1 versions of your game from the disc channel. That and it lets you move the disc channel.
     
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    it also removes the save copy flags....
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    so, if i had a 1:1 copy of a game i could go into the Backup Launcher and choose rebooter? it would then bring me to the Wii menu where i could play the game in the Disc Channel? why not just play it through the launcher?

    am i missing something?
     
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    save copy flag.... means the protection on the games save files...
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    I'm curious to this as well.
     
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    I'm pretty sure that rebooter is more of a proof of concept feature then anything else at the moment, if I'm not mistaken...
     

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