No, because a patch won't fix the fact that the drive is incapable of doing it.
The drive is capable of playing DVDs. Homebrew allows the Wii to do it.
I wish more people knew that.
Last year Nintendo realeased a new revision of Wii´s which made it inpossible to play dvd´s even with the homebrew apps but on Wii´s before that revision you can play dvd´s
that was cracked with software about a week of it being discovered as the drive itself is a dvd drive and the wii disks are dvds with special codes on them the firmware tells the drive to not accept discs without the code. the community is fast. within one day of the last firmware that blocked homebrew instal attempts and removed homebrew there was already a work around.
scratch that, the solution was there before the problem apparently.
No it wasnt, there are many working on this besides me and it seems to be unsolvable, if you are serious that it was done then please send me the link so i can check it out.
The biggest hackers around still havent solved it so I find it curios that you know of a solution as all of us have come to the conclusion it probably wont ever work.
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