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I've heard that GH:World Tour uses a disc code of S (as opposed to the usual R)... can anyone confirm? [[User:Redion|Redion]] 07:38, 3 November 2008 (UTC)
 
I've heard that GH:World Tour uses a disc code of S (as opposed to the usual R)... can anyone confirm? [[User:Redion|Redion]] 07:38, 3 November 2008 (UTC)
 
:I'm a bit late here, but this is true (my disc's beginning string is "SXAE52"). I guess that's the reason it won't open with Trucha or WiiScrubber (unless you Force Wii, which makes it ignore this check)... I'll add it to the list, but someone else should clarify the purpose of it, since I have no idea (either they're running out of the two-digit game IDs or this is some pathetic attempt to foil the current disc modding tools :P). I'm guessing that the 'S' has no significance besides the fact that it comes after 'R' alphabetically. [[User:AerialX|AerialX]] 05:19, 13 December 2008 (UTC)
 
:I'm a bit late here, but this is true (my disc's beginning string is "SXAE52"). I guess that's the reason it won't open with Trucha or WiiScrubber (unless you Force Wii, which makes it ignore this check)... I'll add it to the list, but someone else should clarify the purpose of it, since I have no idea (either they're running out of the two-digit game IDs or this is some pathetic attempt to foil the current disc modding tools :P). I'm guessing that the 'S' has no significance besides the fact that it comes after 'R' alphabetically. [[User:AerialX|AerialX]] 05:19, 13 December 2008 (UTC)
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There is also the code used for the Opensource apploader template that was released on Hackmii - that uses a 'T' for the first character. Should that be added too?

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New Code?

I've heard that GH:World Tour uses a disc code of S (as opposed to the usual R)... can anyone confirm? Redion 07:38, 3 November 2008 (UTC)

I'm a bit late here, but this is true (my disc's beginning string is "SXAE52"). I guess that's the reason it won't open with Trucha or WiiScrubber (unless you Force Wii, which makes it ignore this check)... I'll add it to the list, but someone else should clarify the purpose of it, since I have no idea (either they're running out of the two-digit game IDs or this is some pathetic attempt to foil the current disc modding tools :P). I'm guessing that the 'S' has no significance besides the fact that it comes after 'R' alphabetically. AerialX 05:19, 13 December 2008 (UTC)

There is also the code used for the Opensource apploader template that was released on Hackmii - that uses a 'T' for the first character. Should that be added too?