Where is the flag for the "Wii Motion Video Watched = true"?

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  1. Dan_Aykroyd
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    Hey there,

    I have this doubt that I wasn't able to find an answer for...


    You know that in order to play Wii Motion Plus (WMP) games, such as Wii Sports Resorts, you have to have watched at least once the instructional video; if not you'd get the black screen.

    Now my question is... where this flag gets stored, that the Wii knows for that game (and for other WMP games from now on) that you have watched the video?

    Thanks!
     
  2. giantpune

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    its stored in the sysconf.
     
  3. Dan_Aykroyd
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    Thanks pune! I haven't been on the site for 2 years or more and you still rock! :)

    Regards,
     
  4. OriginalHamster

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    Can you open sysconf?
     
  5. techboy

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    It's a binary file, so opening it means you'll need a hex editor. To make sense of it, Wiibrew lists the structure and most of the entries kept in there.
     
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    in the source for sneek, its "MPLS.MOVIE"
     
  8. JoostinOnline

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    Add 01 directly after it.

    Why not just watch the video? It's a lot simpler than trying to add it with a hex editor.