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<short_description>Run BootMii from an SD card.</short_description>
<long_description>This program was created to load BootMii from an SD card. Now you can run those fun MINI programs on your little sister's Wii even if your mom doesn't want you to hack away on it.
To use it, you'll want to grab the executable from BootMii-IOS (or write your own) and save it as "SD:/bootmii_ios.bin".
You'll need a squeaky clean copy of one of several IOSes. Casper should work for you if your console was updated to 4.2 or 4.3 by some official means.
Use one of the many different methods available to start the casper.elf and cross your fingers.
If it kicks you back to the system menu, then it didn't like something about your Wii.
If it crashes; woops, my bad.
If you've already been hacking away at your Wii and you just want to see casper work, you should be good to go by making sure you have a clean IOS53 v5663
Even though it is reading the data from the SD card, casper DOES write something to the NAND. Under normal circumstances, the file it writes will be deleted next time you boot the console. And the deleted data will be overwritten as games create save data and stuff like this.