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Robot: Cosmetic changes
==Descriptions==
===Replace Healthwarning with Backmenu===
No londer displays black/white health warning screen, so no need to press A, it will go straight to the channels screen.
===No health check===
Same as "Replace Healthwarning with Backmenu".
===Skip disc update check===
A game will no longer check what version of the system menu you have installed. Useful for staying on 3.2x and playing the most recent games without having to update.
===No sound at all===
Mutes the System Menu completely. No background music or sounds.
===No Menu BGM===
Disables the soft background music the System Menu plays.
===No Menu BGM Startpatch version===
Disables the soft background music the System Menu plays. Additional it mutes the jingle from the Menu's start.
===Move Disc Channel===
With this hack you can move the disc channel around like any other channel by holding A+B. It's no longer stuck in the top left.
===IOS Reload===
Reloads a specific IOS for every game, no matter what IOS the game uses by default.
===Region free channels_1===
Allows you to boot channels from an outer region. So if you have a PAL Wii, you might be able to access NTSC channels installed.
===Region free channels_2===
Same as above.
===Remove diag disc check===
Should allow you to boot a burned copy of the backup disc from the diagnostic/recovery menu without a modchip (to be confirmed).
===Autoboot Game press RIGHT on gc pad in 4th port===
Instead of the System Menu the game disc will be booted, when you hold Right on the D-PAD of a GC-Pad, plugged in port 4. This allows fast access to the game inserted.
===Disc auto start when right pressed===
Same as above.
===Autoboot Game===
Instead of the System Menu the game disc will be booted. Contrary to "Autoboot Game press RIGHT on gc pad in 4th port" you don't need to press any button.
===Disc autostart===
Same as above.
===Region free channels-SD card menu===
Allows you to boot channels from outer region from the SD card menu.
===Region Free Wii Discs===
Removes the integrated region check. You'll be able to play imports this way.
===region free Wii games_1===
Same as "Region Free Wii Discs".
===Region free Wii games_2===
Same as "Region Free Wii Discs".
===Region free GC Games===
Removes the integrated region check for Gamecube games.
===Force Disc Region_1===
This forces the game disc to run at the Wii's native settings. So NTSC games won't turn black and white on PAL TVs.
===Force Disc Region_2===
This forces the game disc to run at the Wii's native settings. So NTSC games won't turn black and white on PAL TVs
===Remove NoCopy Protection===
Allows you to copy any save file, whereas some were protected by default
===Error cannot load channel===
Hack prohibits starting any channel. I guess this could be handy to lock your Wii so the kids and family can't break it!
===Blackscreen at Wii system menu Startup!===
Self explanatory, I guess this could be handy to lock your Wii so the kids and family can't break it!
===DSI Error code at Wii system menu Startup!===
Self explanatory, I guess this could be handy to lock your Wii so the kids and family can't break it!
==EUR v4.1==
<pre>
[Replace Healthwarning with Backmenu]
</pre>
==USA v4.1==
<pre>
[Replace Healthwarning with Backmenu]
</pre>
==EUR v4.0==
<pre>
[Replace Healthwarning with Backmenu]
</pre>
==USA v4.0==
<pre>
[Replace Healthwarning with Backmenu]
</pre>
==EUR v3.2==
<pre>
[Replace Healthwarning with Backmenu]
</pre>
==USA v3.2==
<pre>
[Replace healthwarning with backgroundmenu]
value=0x3B0000F9
</pre>
==Possible problems=====Wrong linebreaks===
If you are using a Mac or Linux, you will probably have the wrong kind of linebreaks if you just copy this list into a hacks.ini. Preloader needs dos-type linebreaks, so you have to use a tool like unix2dos to change the linebreak format.
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