Whats the 00000001 folder on the SD Card?

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Aug 15, 2009
  1. G0dLiKe
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    Should it be there or can it be erased?

    Just wondering about it...

    Please let me know.

    Thanks.
     
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    I am asking the same to myself I dont know too I think its something from the hbc or the systemenu
     
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    Guessing It Could Be A Folder For Configurations. Try Opening It,
    At Your Own Risk.
     
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    00000001 is the title of the System Menu. Its probably there from some downgrade/upgrade or something.
     
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    It's where the cIOS installers store files downloaded from Nintendo

    Edit:
    00000001 00000002 is the title of the Sytem Menu. I think all sytem titles (sysmenu, IOSs, shop channel etc.) start 00000001

    Edit the second:

    Nope I was wrong, system channels are under 00010002
     
  6. supagusti

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    In this folder, normally subfolders exist (mine is: SD://00000001/00000024/v1042).
    Which means, IOS36-64-v1042.wad has been downloaded from NUS.
    This is usally done by many updaters (e.g. Waninkokos one)

    The answer is: YES, you can delete the folder (and it's contents) savely. Its content will be redownloaded from NUS, when necessary.
     
  7. G0dLiKe
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    Fast answers as ever!

    Thanks,

    Somehow I´ve got the feeling that USB Loader GX is acting weird since this folder appears to be on my SD Card.
     
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    00000001 contains the essential Wii titles:
    00000001/00000001 = Boot2
    00000001/00000002 = IOS2 = System menu
    00000001/00000100 = BC (Used for GC games)
    00000001/00000101 = MIOS
    and all IOS

    But they are already on the Wii nand, so you can delete them of SD card if you want
     
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    Maybe you installed some CIOS or IOS that "has produced" the folder on your SD.
    Make sure your GX is at latest version...
     
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    This folder 00000001 (and th e subsequent) are used by:
    - dop-ios, cIOS installer (Mplayer / Hermes) in offline mod

    /IOS/ is used by the offline mod of ARC

    I keep those folder (unpaked IOS) cause i don't have wifi and when I softmod other Wii it's more convenient
     
  11. G0dLiKe
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    This is the answer, I installed Hermes yesterday and changed my shop region with ARC.

    Thanks guys!
     

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