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When is the WiiSX going to available? I have one on my Wii but it doesnt work very well.

Its about time

I've been waiting for ages for someone to start this. I can die happy now =p Toagac 19:25, 23 November 2008 (UTC)

Do we need a BIOS image for this to work? If we do, where does it go?Toagac 22:10, 5 April 2009 (UTC)


The page needs more information. For example, does it play original game discs and backups through DVDx, or are you required to load disc images? How are the controls mapped on the GC pad? Can you use the classic controller? What are the current bugs and limitations? Does it emulate at full speed or is it slow? This information needs to be included on the wiki page. Flark 10:33, 5 December 2008 (UTC)

Doesn't boot

I tried the provided download. The .elf is invalid (due to a HBC update if I recall) and the .dol crashes with a code dump immediately. Investigating a bit further, I downloaded the source code and compiled it myself (at revision 57) with still no luck, and the exact same results. If there is any working code here, its hiding very well.

I'm curious to know why a page exists for a piece of homebrew that is clearly under major development and hasn't been publicly released even in a beta yet. Perhaps this should be removed until (and if) a stable release of some sort is made? I think its up to the original code writers of course, but that seems logical to me. Or perhaps this code used to work before HBC 1.0 and up and this should be classified as a bug? --Thegamefreak0134 09:02, 11 December 2008 (UTC)

Wii64 Hiatus?

Now that you guys are working on this, likely to take up a chunk of time, will the Wii64 project be put on hiatus? --Yaanu

I don't think so, they've still been updating Wii64, they just haven't made any releases of it. --Bg4545 02:47, 9 January 2009 (UTC)


I get constant half speed on symphony of the night, the wii is 2 generations ahead of psx, so why is it so horribly slow?

Why did you feel the need to ask such an uninformed question with the sensitivity of a rock? Because you're both still in development and are not meant to be used as a finished project. That's why you have to build the source for yourself at the moment. They need to port the code and required plug-ins to the Wii. They need to also optimize/cater it to the Wii's specs. Just wait, read and show some respect. It's going to become faster and more stable. srkelley


If you guys wanted to follow the ii naming scheme, why not call it PiiSX?