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    Question

    Im confused adwivedi how is your software better?

    If you check the first link i gave it takes you direct to Clusters, there you will find Loadstructor-1.7 and cLoader-1.6 with a guide and download links at the bottom of the page.

    I have to agree with you it is very easy software to use, thank god for google :-)

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    Quote Originally Posted by brlee75 View Post
    I have used this guide with no problems at all to make channels for my backup games, i was surprised how easy it was.

    Cluster's Home Page

    Also here is a link for pre made game channels the only thing you have to be aware of is are you downloading for a pal or ntsc game. It also has a guide for making channels but it so long winded i gave up, just stick with the link above for the easy option :-)

    PAL USB Wii Game Channels - GBAtemp.net

    Have fun making those channels!
    You beautie, i was just telling my wife how good it would be if i could set up the wii to show games as channels just like i have XBMC setup for movies on my Xbox, i wanted it to be easy for my 6 year old to choose games.

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    Anyone get this working with either usbloader gx or wiiflow ??

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    Quote Originally Posted by jono400 View Post
    Anyone get this working with either usbloader gx or wiiflow ??
    What are you trying to get working with USBLGX and Wiiflow? This thread is about installing individual game channels which load directly into the game, no loaders involved.

    If you need forwarder channels they can be found on the websites for both those programs, in addition to the files which are included in the downloads.
    "I think that the Wii is a beautiful piece of hardware, and a broken Wii is a tragedy. It doesn’t matter why or how." -- Bushing

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    Quote Originally Posted by brlee75 View Post
    I have used this guide with no problems at all to make channels for my backup games, i was surprised how easy it was.

    Cluster's Home Page

    Also here is a link for pre made game channels the only thing you have to be aware of is are you downloading for a pal or ntsc game. It also has a guide for making channels but it so long winded i gave up, just stick with the link above for the easy option :-)

    PAL USB Wii Game Channels - GBAtemp.net

    Have fun making those channels!
    Trying to get the above working sorry bit confused it asks for a choice off loader within the main menu off loadstuctor so bit surprised why you say no loader required ??

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    Ah ok, misunderstood. Generally using cLoader will get you up and running.
    "I think that the Wii is a beautiful piece of hardware, and a broken Wii is a tragedy. It doesn’t matter why or how." -- Bushing

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    The channels it creates ARE the loaders - no separate program needed. It took me a minute to understand that as well.

    Loadstructor is awesome, very simple to use and the instructions are clear. I've made channels to all the games on my USB drive with just a few clicks. I love how it even uses the channel graphics, looks very clean and polished.
    Last edited by jimmy dean; 12-03-2009 at 07:48 PM.

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    Jimmy Dean has it right. The Loadstructor package includes the code for several loaders (I've been using cLoader as the author recommends; works flawlessly for me), and when you build the channel WAD it includes the loader code in the channel WAD and the game loads using that code from the WAD - it does *not* hand it off to a previously installed loader. I like Loadstructor (after using it less than a day ;-) because it has multiple loader choices and at least one of the loaders (cLoader) is configurable, which was a huge missing feature when I tried other channel WAD builders (the lack of a 002 error fix in most of them was a deal breaker).

    Do I sound like I know what I'm talking about? I hope not ;-P... My wife's Wii is the first console I've had the chance to really play with in 25 years, and we got that a week ago. Still, I managed to find and follow the nice guide by DogEggs, and I've got all my games on a USB drive with a channel for each in the system menu (and they all work), so I think I'm doing OK for a noob.

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    Yes, It works fine. Look for - Loadstructor-1.7+cLoader-1.6. It lets you create WADS for your ISO's and then use WAD manager to install those WADS as channels.
    I am tunning it on 4.2U version without any issues.

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    Awesome app

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