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Any chance to create an installer that installs DVDx into CIOS249 as default method?
==Error -2011==
What exactly is this? Tried running from HBC and it didn't work, gave me this error.. --[[User:Paril|Paril]] 10:04, 18 February 2009 (UTC)
== Applications using DVDx ==
I don't think the backup loader belongs in the list of applications using dvdx as it could lead to more piracy. [[User:Flark|Flark]] 00:14, 6 November 2008 (UTC)
== Issues ==
i cannot find why i don't have any pirated apps? Maybe my cios?
:Hahahaha, AWESOME. :D -[[User:Flark|Flark]] 22:45, 31 December 2008 (UTC)
::Yah awesome if it's against pirates but not awesome seeing as i have 3.4 and haven't pirated anything...Owell i'll figure it out hopefully --[[User:Spyke8x|Spyke8x]] 01:50, 1 January 2009 (UTC)
:::All this infighting is getting ridiculous. You guys are making hacks to get around Nintendo's DRM only to put your own in. You should know how that always turns out. Legitimate users suffer, pirates find a workaround, etc. Nintendo has a place on their website to report piracy. The community would be much better off if we just used that to report piracy sites, told pirates to GTFO when they come around here, and otherwise ignored them. I realize Nintendo is doing a lousy job of preventing piracy, but trying to block pirates from using our apps isn't going to stop people from using cracked versions of them or simply buying stealth modchips.
:::Besides, this policy works fine for the PSP scene (where the most popular custom firmwares all have piracy functions built in), and Sony doesn't profit from hardware sales like Nintendo does. If piracy were that big a problem, I think they'd already be putting more effort into preventing it. [[User:HyperHacker|HyperHacker]] 07:11, 27 January 2009 (UTC)
::::Nice speech, guy. Did it make you feel better? -[[User:Flark|Flark]] 19:21, 28 January 2009 (UTC):::::The solution to this is to run an app called Shared2Clean. By the way, I worked around this, installed PatchMii and DVDx, and am now enjoying pirated channels and backup Gamecube games. Nice try at being hypocrites, you white knights of programmers. Like this actually affects you, and you really care. --[[User:Flyinghippo|Flyinghippo]] 15:54, 23 July 2009 (UTC)
are the comments below here *still* outdated? there was a 3.4 installer that never worked for me, but has since been removed from the main DVDx page. they have a note saying "a better solution is being sought". is this still the case? - [[User:Acomputerdood|Acomputerdood]] 11:40, 29 January 2009 (UTC)
::You cannot install DVDx if you have updated your Wii since October 23rd. --[[User:Zaccret|Zaccret]] 09:15, 7 November 2008 (UTC)
-You can if you downgrade your firmware. Google it, and you might find something ;) --[[User:Jedicommando|Jedicommando]] 05:42, 9 November 2008 (UTC)
::Information about this should be included in the installation section or the faq section or both. [[User:Flark|Flark]] 03:40, 28 November 2008 (UTC)::'''Come on, somebody add this info... I would do it myself, but I haven't updated since system menu 3.2. We need someone who has gone through the process required to install DVDx with system menu 3.4 to add the necessary information to the wiki page. [[User:Flark|Flark]] 13:58, 12 December 2008 (UTC) '''
:::Can someone please find a way for people who unknowingly updated to 3.3 in the past? (or 3.4)--[[User:Cyndaquil|Cyndaquil]] 03:37, 14 December 2008 (UTC)
::Well guys i updates to 3.4E. DVDx is not installing! i successfully downgraded to 3.2E but it's still not installing. Anyone tried it also and succeeded?
:i have to agree with octoroks on that one [[User:Zamadatix|Zamadatix]] 22:13, 31 December 2008 (UTC)
::You're a bit late since the dvd icon was removed ages ago, Zamadatix. -[[User:Flark|Flark]] 22:45, 31 December 2008 (UTC)
::: oh oops i replied to this one and not the new comments, i can be a bit slow sometimes i guess ;) [[User:Zamadatix|Zamadatix]] 23:21, 31 December 2008 (UTC)
DVDx v3.4 is compatible with firmware v3.3? [[User:Duhow|Duhow]]
==Black screen?==
When I use the v3.4 installer on my 3.4U wii, it just gives me a black screen on the 3rd step. Ouch. [[User:Justing6|Justing6]] 03:20, 6 January 2009 (UTC)
::That's because for some retarded reason the installer doesn't actually contain DVDX. It tries to download it from marcan figured this out and intentionally tampered with the file and now the installer doesn't work anymore. -[[User:Flark|Flark]] 07:47, 6 January 2009 (UTC)
'''Does anyone have the original file that the installer tried to download? Anyone know where I can get it?'''
'''Will it be a new "official" release of DVDX to 3.4 and 23th Octobers Wii updates? Soon?'''
Now. --[[User:Bdr9|Bdr9]] 00:12, 20 February 2009 (UTC)
::LOL. [[User:Flark|Flark]] 10:07, 20 February 2009 (UTC) == Download ==Any way to put links to these HBC-supported downloads (include icon.png and meta.xml)? [ Pre-Oct 23 update for System Menu 3.3 and older] [ Post-Oct 23 update for System Menu 3.4] [[|]] 03:08, 3 April 2009 (UTC) == Installation for a plain 3.4 wii? == How do you install this on a plain, vanilla, unmodified 3.4 wii box? Or: What do you do with that .zip file you download? I want to enable home-made and "web-made" stuff before I go up to 4.0. <small>—Preceding unsigned comment added by [[User:Keybounce|Keybounce]] ([[User talk:Keybounce|talk]] • [[Special:Contributions/Keybounce|contribs]]) 18:35, 16 April 2009</small>:Follow the [[Twilight Hack]] instructions to install the Homebrew Channel. Then download the [[Homebrew Browser]], put it on your sd card, and run it from the Homebrew Channel. From the HBB, go to the utilities section and download the DVDx installer for 3.4. Then go back to the HBC and run the DVDx installer. --[[User:Flark|Flark]] 21:14, 16 April 2009 (UTC)::Thank you. Now, how to borrow a copy of Twilight Princess for a weekend :-). <small>—Preceding unsigned comment added by [[User:Keybounce|Keybounce]] ([[User talk:Keybounce|talk]] • [[Special:Contributions/Keybounce|contribs]]) 21:58, 16 April 2009</small>:::Just rent it. --[[User:Flark|Flark]] 23:10, 16 April 2009 (UTC)::::(Forehead slap) Duuh. Thanks. [[User:Keybounce|Keybounce]] 02:27, 17 April 2009 (UTC) == List of DVDX compatible (or incompatible) Modchips ==I think it would be nice to have a modchip compatibility list for DVDX, since it is mentioned that it might not work with some of them. I have searched the web for ages but it seems there is none around (Just found some DVD-media compatibility lists)  As you all know there are different types of install (with or without using Patchmii as for the "pre-Oct 23 update for system menu 3.3 and older" as well as the advanced mode). However is there a way to determine if i need PatchMii on a specific system?  :D2Pro doesn't work without a cIOS, since Patchmii doesn't install on my system I used the advanced install and let DVDX use the cIOS, works like a charm even though DVD playback with MPlayer CE is a bit flaky and video quality is poor.[[User:Cxt|Cxt]] 10:03, 2 May 2009 (UTC) == How do I uninstall DVDX? ==I'm pretty sure the installation screwed up for me as I cannot watch DVDs, so how do I re-install? [[User:Timic83|Timic83]] 23:47, 13 November 2009 (UTC) Unistall should be able from hackmii installer. --[[User:Error|Error]] 20:25, 8 January 2010 (UTC) == New Wiis, new DVD-drive? ==In the FAQ reads "Newer Wiis have different disc drives that do not support the commands that DVDX used to read DVDs." Is this true? I have no problems using DVDX, but I want to know. If this is true, will there be change to this? --[[User:Error|Error]] 20:23, 8 January 2010 (UTC) == PSA: This application is no longer required to play DVDs. == Homebrew channel now contains required drivers by default, so if you're getting errors installing DVDx, never fret. Just launch WiiMC or any similar media playback app and DVDs should play flawlessly. [[User:Hjk321|hjk321]] ([[User talk:Hjk321|talk]]) 03:21, 3 September 2018 (CEST)


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