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    Quote Originally Posted by madcapslaugh View Post
    forget Crap, try using "Loadstructor-1.7+cLoader-1.6" its really simple, includes all the stuff you need (base wad etc), once you have it working, you dont need an SD card,

    here are the settings I used. for the pal copy of NSMBW on my USA wii

    cLoader, Boot from USB, Force NTSC, cIOS 249, Anti-002 Fix.
    I've tried Loadstructor now. I think I'm getting a little bit closer now ^^

    I've checked the IOS used in USB Loader GX. It's 222 and It's working without any problems. I've tried every different IOS in the Loadstructor. When I use 222 I get the "Disc not readable" error.

    Still IOS problems? Should I try to get all the "good" IOS and try again?

    And about my other question: Do I need to use the SD at all later on?

    Thanks very much

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    Quote Originally Posted by Carl Mungo View Post
    I've tried Loadstructor now. I think I'm getting a little bit closer now ^^

    I've checked the IOS used in USB Loader GX. It's 222 and It's working without any problems. I've tried every different IOS in the Loadstructor. When I use 222 I get the "Disc not readable" error.

    Still IOS problems? Should I try to get all the "good" IOS and try again?

    And about my other question: Do I need to use the SD at all later on?

    Thanks very much
    MAKE SURE YOU HAVE BRICK PROTECTION!!!! i personally have had to reinstall the system menu after a semi-brick by messing around with these channel makers. make sure you have preloader and bootmii/boot2 installed. and remember if you do get a brick ("Sysytem Files corrupted please see manual") once you reinstall the system menu with DOP-IOS make sure you reinstall preloader before continuing.


    1. install cIOS38 ret 14 on your wii (google for the installer)
    2. run Loadsructor
    3. select "cLoader" as the Loader
    4. Boot From "USB"
    5. Video mode "Force patch to console
    6 cIOS "249"
    7. plug in your WBFS drive, wait for windows to recognize it
    8. click "Add from WBFS
    9. select the game/s that you want to make channels of
    10. click "Anti-002 fix"
    11. click "RUN"
    12. the wad will be in the folder "wad" transfer it to the wad folder of your SD card
    13. use "Wad Manager 1.4 or 1.5" to install the channel

    you will now have a channel that will run your game off your USB device

    YOU DO NOT NEED YOUR SD CARD IN THE WII ONCE YOU HAVE THE CHANNEL INSTALLED!!

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    Quote Originally Posted by Carl Mungo View Post
    I've tried Loadstructor now. I think I'm getting a little bit closer now ^^

    I've checked the IOS used in USB Loader GX. It's 222 and It's working without any problems. I've tried every different IOS in the Loadstructor. When I use 222 I get the "Disc not readable" error.

    Still IOS problems? Should I try to get all the "good" IOS and try again?

    And about my other question: Do I need to use the SD at all later on?

    Thanks very much
    MAKE SURE YOU HAVE BRICK PROTECTION!!!! i personally have had to reinstall the system menu after a semi-brick by messing around with these channel makers. make sure you have preloader and bootmii/boot2 installed. and remember if you do get a brick ("Sysytem Files corrupted please see manual") once you reinstall the system menu with DOP-IOS make sure you reinstall preloader before continuing.


    1. install cIOS38 ret 14 on your wii (google for the installer)
    2. run Loadsructor
    3. select "cLoader" as the Loader
    4. Boot From "USB"
    5. Video mode "Force patch to console
    6 cIOS "249"
    7. plug in your WBFS drive, wait for windows to recognize it
    8. click "Add from WBFS
    9. select the game/s that you want to make channels of
    10. click "Anti-002 fix"
    11. click "RUN"
    12. the wad will be in the folder "wad" transfer it to the wad folder of your SD card
    13. use "Wad Manager 1.4 or 1.5" to install the channel

    you will now have a channel that will run your game off your USB device

    YOU DO NOT NEED YOUR SD CARD IN THE WII ONCE YOU HAVE THE CHANNEL INSTALLED!!

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    I think if people are bricking their Wii's, then there shoud be a warning in the tutorial. We all know that making channels and such has more of a chance to brick than installing the cIOS, not everybody has good brick recovery.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Stomp_442 View Post
    I think if people are bricking their Wii's, then there shoud be a warning in the tutorial. We all know that making channels and such has more of a chance to brick than installing the cIOS, not everybody has good brick recovery.
    i think you and i know that there is more of a risk involved with installing channels, but not everyone know it, i agree it needs to be part of the tutorial

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    Quote Originally Posted by madcapslaugh View Post
    1. install cIOS38 ret 14 on your wii (google for the installer)
    2. run Loadsructor
    3. select "cLoader" as the Loader
    4. Boot From "USB"
    5. Video mode "Force patch to console
    6 cIOS "249"
    7. plug in your WBFS drive, wait for windows to recognize it
    8. click "Add from WBFS
    9. select the game/s that you want to make channels of
    10. click "Anti-002 fix"
    11. click "RUN"
    12. the wad will be in the folder "wad" transfer it to the wad folder of your SD card
    13. use "Wad Manager 1.4 or 1.5" to install the channel
    I've got it working now, thanks to you But not with New Super Mario Brothers Wii. Tried exactly this for both Wii Sports Resort and NSMBW. Resort Worked.

    Any idea what's wrong?

    Still getting the "Wrong with disc" error.

    I'm using IOS 249 to run it in USB Loader. This seems very wierd..

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    I have two game iso's where it doesn't load the banner file. Any way to fix this? I searched the site and the net but I can't find anything useful.

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    Quote Originally Posted by madcapslaugh View Post
    i think you and i know that there is more of a risk involved with installing channels, but not everyone know it, i agree it needs to be part of the tutorial
    I guess hundreds of people have used this process, (originally posted by sociallyantisocial he has many game wads created for download), and I have not heard of anyone bricking their Wii only yourself.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Saito View Post
    I have two game iso's where it doesn't load the banner file. Any way to fix this? I searched the site and the net but I can't find anything useful.
    Are they full ISO's or scrubbed.

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    Much appreciated

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