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    Help me install backup launcher on main menu

    I have installed the twilight hack on my wii, and I want to have the backup launcher on my main menu, so I don't have to run it off my SD card. Is there a tutorial someone can point me to that explains how to do it on the twilight hack? Also, is there any other cool channels I should install as well?

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    Yes.
    NeoGammaR7.rar , install it through WAD Manager.
    To install WAD Manager you need the Trucha Bug back and a cIOS..
    Look here for more information and a guide: http://www.wiihacks.com/recommended-...d-any-wii.html

    Look on wadder.net's forums for more channels
    My Wii
    WiiKey v1 - 4.0E - BootMii/boot2 - Preloader 0.30r4 - Homebrew Channel - cios38r14 - 2GB SD Card

    Region Free - Preloader Hacks
    Skip disc update check - Region Free Wii Discs - region free Wii games_1 - Region free Wii games_2 - Force Disc Region_1 - Force Disc Region_2
    http://wiibrew.org/wiki/Preloader/hacks

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    Ok, so I have installed everything, but I missed the part about updating from 3.4 to 4.1 if you want tuse preloader. now, when I turn on the wii, it goes to the preloader, but when I want to go to the main menu, it says that the system files are corrupted! I have baccked up my NAND files, but when I try to reinstall them, it says it for a different wii. I have been following the steps on the link you sent me, but like I said, I missed the update part. What do I do?

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    If you are using Bootmii 0.3 there is a bug that makes your keys.bin file not match. How good are you at hexediting?

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    I think I have used it once, years ago. Would you help me out?

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    Quote Originally Posted by gnarkill View Post
    I think I have used it once, years ago. Would you help me out?
    This is the easiest way to fix the nand issue

    1. Open Key.bin in a hex editor look for the Word ConsoleID if you notice in the hex editor theres no space between console and ID there should be and sense theres not you will need to add this Space
    To add a Space between Console and ID just put 20 in hex which is a Blank Space between Console and ID, without over writing any data and without moving all the data forward except the chunk your working on and hit save Now highlight and copy all of the 1024bits of the key.bin

    Before and After Pics of the Key.bin
    Before



    After The Fix


    2. Now Open up Nand.bin in the hex editor scroll down to the every end and hit paste, to copy all of the 1024bits of the key.bin. to the end of the Nand.bin and hit save

    3. Now your Dump is usable


    Heres the easier method thanks to IceFire sense i had no clue you could do this but you'll still have to fix the error in the key.bin with the space between ConsoleID before you can do this

    Put the files (keys.bin and nand.bin) in root of the SD card, then:

    Windows:
    1) Start -> Run -> cmd
    2) Find the drive letter of your SD card, for example, F:.
    3) Type this, replace the X with the drive letter: cd X:\
    4) Type this: copy /b nand.bin + keys.bin nand.bin
    5) ?????
    6) PROFIT!!!

    *nix (Mac and Linux):
    1) Open a terminal.
    2) Find the mount point of your SD card (/media/VOLUMENAME often on Linux, /Volumes/VOLUMENAME on Mac)
    3) Type this, replacing MOUNTPOINT with the mount point of your SD card: cd MOUNTPOINT
    4) Type this: cat nand.bin keys.bin > nand.bin
    5) ?????
    6) PROFIT!!!

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    sorry, but how do I add a space? I want to put 20 between 65 and 49 on the second line, right?

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    Quote Originally Posted by gnarkill View Post
    sorry, but how do I add a space? I want to put 20 between 65 and 49 on the second line, right?
    Im not sure what hex (i would use 010 editor) editor you are using but in the screen shot you see how the left of the screen is the hex code then the right has readable text? Search for ConsoleID, when found just type the space between Console and ID and save

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    OK, I have done it, but it saying the same thing, that it's for another consol!

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    did you edit the nand.bin as well?

    Put the files (keys.bin and nand.bin) in root of the SD card, then:

    Windows:
    1) Start -> Run -> cmd
    2) Find the drive letter of your SD card, for example, F:.
    3) Type this, replace the X with the drive letter: cd X:\
    4) Type this: copy /b nand.bin + keys.bin nand.bin

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