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    Which application specifically is generating the pop up bobbles? Are they system messages generated by the network status or is it from the Nintendo driver?

    HA! Im a ninja! I found out how to disable ALL pop up bubbles forever!
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    Last edited by ciper; 06-06-2007 at 07:03 PM.

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    Uhhh system messages?





    edit: Oh, that might work!

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    Realize you won't get any ever. No messages to say your network is unplugged, no message to say your downloads are done, nothing to say when the antivirus is turned off. I tested it before posting this on my system and it worked perfectly.

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    Yeah, well I don't think I would miss them much. I still wish I could alter the code, but this would be a good last resort.

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    A discovery.... the Nintendo Wifi adapter and software is nothing more than a repackaged PCTel Softap! I can't believe we missed this the entire time.

    Edit: After figuring this out I found a way to restore the original SoftAP functionality! If you want you can ditch the crap Nintendo software and enable the adapter to be an access point for all devices (like a PSP or another computer)

    http://forums.afterdawn.com/thread_view.cfm/390312
    Last edited by ciper; 06-06-2007 at 07:37 PM.

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    Quote Originally Posted by ciper
    Realize you won't get any ever. No messages to say your network is unplugged, no message to say your downloads are done, nothing to say when the antivirus is turned off. I tested it before posting this on my system and it worked perfectly.
    if u delete the thing u made the DWOrd thing do the messages come back?

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    Oh, dude.. awesome! Thank you so much.

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    Yes, after a reboot of course

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    Wow sounds like you guys came up with something cool that can be used with other devices. Good job.

    Now does this mean other WiFi devices work with the Wii?
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    Possibly, but I don't know how you would manage to connect to it yet. If you look around for those guys trying to make linux run on a wii, they would probably have more info on it. They do for the bluetooth services, anyway.

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