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    booting straight ot USB loader / Wiiflow

    I've had a brief look through the tutes, and done a search of the forum for anything on this, please don't nail me to the wall if my searching wasn't comprehensive enough...

    I was wondering if there is a way of booting the wii straight into Wiiflow / USBloader, or any other usb loader. I have a lot of computer dinosaurs in my household that don't get the concept of choosing the right channels to start the games.

    has something been made to do this already?

    I did also use a tute to make channels that launch my back-ups, but that didn't work out.. i fragged the hard drive a couple of times.

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    do you have bootmii as boot2? and/or priiloader?
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    oh yes, both.

    should have put more info.


    I gots a black console, so the disc launching thing is out, I followed messies tute to the letter to hack it all, installed all the gear that was advised, and have USBloaderGX, Wiiflow and a big smile.

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    you'll need priiloader (if you don't already have it you NEED to, it can block updates)(I'm not sure what messie's guide installs...)
    get the boot.dol of the loader you want. Put it on the root of your sd card
    load priiloader, go to load/install file. hit the button to install file (which is the boot.dol of the loader)
    go to settings and set it to autoboot installed file
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    wicked, thanks

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