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    Wii RVT-H

    We talked about the RVT-H just over 3 years ago on the forum (this thread: http://assemblergames.com/forums/showthread.php?t=11669 ). zidapi posted pics from when Nintendo had some demo thing in a mall.

    After that things have been really quiet on the forum. 2-3 members seem to have got their hands on the green RVT-R (GameCube NR-Reader equivalent for the Wii), but I haven't seen anyone boasting about getting an RVT-H (Gamecube NPDP-Console equivalent). Well, until now ;P

    I can't believe it's taken 3 years to get one. Not that I have been looking for one until recently...but still. Finally, it's sitting on my desk looking lovely :)



    If anyone else has one, please let the rest of us know. If you don't want "everyone" to know, send me a PM!

    Shiggsy

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    Beautiful :)

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    Anything interesting on the HDD?

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    Quote Originally Posted by _SD_
    Anything interesting on the HDD?
    Looks like a few different builds of some unreleased Zelda and Mario games.

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    Open it up! Open it up! :)

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    Haven't opened mine up (yet...), but here's someone elses pic:



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    :oh::oh::oh:
    Where do you guys get things like that?
    Would you mind to take more pictures of it? :redface:
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    Wait.... why are they using IDE of all things!?! O_o

    *curses IDE for being expensive for such a "old" ( or rather not well carried ) format*

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    congrats on finding one, shiggsy! :thumbsup:

    Those RVT-Hs are really rare and I've never seen one for sale.
    I hope you got the PC software to write/read games to/from it!

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    Quote Originally Posted by crediar
    Those RVT-Hs are really rare and I've never seen one for sale.
    It all comes down to offering enough $$$$ :D

    Shiggsy

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    very nice, congrats :)
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    That's awesome Shiggsy! I'm looking forward to see more pics. Might even be a nice moment to revive your site. :nod:

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    Which is the HDD format? NTFS, WBFS...
    and the games?

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    Considering WBFS was made for Wii Backups (hence the name), I highly doubt that its that haha ;)

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    Quote Originally Posted by Borman
    Considering WBFS was made for Wii Backups (hence the name), I highly doubt that its that haha ;)
    WBFS is linux format

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    WBFS iirc stands for "Wii Backup File System"

    Just as Borman said I highly doubt that ninty would be using Waninkoko's warezy file system

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    I thought it stands for "Warez Bum File System". I could be wrong, though. But at least it describes its technical implementation.

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    The format is probably just a header with offsets where the disc images are located.
    A real FS would just make it unnecessary complicated to implement this type of dev hardware.

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    That's pretty much it.

    The thing holds 4 disc images. It doesn't matter if they're all really small "Hello World" programs. It still only holds 4. That's what the LEDs on the front denote. Which image is active.

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