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    [GUIDE]WiiSX Emulator Guide.




    Please "Do Not" ask where to get the "Games" From , nor should you ask the whereabouts of the "Bios Files".

    [spoiler=Guide Info.]
    • I will show you how to use "WiiSX", once done you will be able to play from an "SD Card" ,"DVD-R Disc" or a "Usb HDD".
    • Look here for game compatibility confirmation,"WiiSX_Compatibility_List"
    • WiiSX lets you use the "GameCube",WiiMote"w/"Nunchucks" and the "Classic Controllers".
    • You Will be able to save to the SD card or the usb fat device.
    • This program will not play "CD's" or play the original PS1 games as they are on CD's, So don't ask.
    • You can only use "DVD-R, Not DVD+R". I haven't tested "DVD-RW", so I don't know if they would work.
    • You must have the "DVDxV2" installed to load the Disc's.
    • "Keep in mind that System Menu 4.3 detects the title ID of this last version of DVDx and promptly deletes it". So if you have SM4.3 you need a program like Priiloader which can apply a "No-Delete HAXX,JODI,DVDX,DISC,DISK,RZDx" patch.
    • For more information, please read the "Read Me" that's included in this Zip.
    • Remember,"WiiHacks.com", Does Not Support "Piracy", so word your questions right and read the "RULES".
    [/spoiler]

    [spoiler=DVDxV2 Installation Guide.]
    If you do not have the "DVDxV2" installed, now is the time.

    • First we have to "Delete' the old "DVDX", if it is installed.
    • This is how to check to see if you have the Old "DVDX" installed.
    • Go to the Homebrew Channel and load up "Any Title Deleter".
    • ...
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    • Select "Ios249" and press the "A" button.
    • ...
    • Now go down to "Hidden Channels" and press the "A" button.
    • ...
    • Now you should see all of your "Hidden Channels", you want to delete the one that says "DVD.Enabling Stub", Press "A" button to see what version is installed.If it turns out you have DVDxV2 installed press the "B" button to abort and exit.
    • ...


    [spoiler=The Installation of DVDxV2]
    This is for the people that do not have the "DVDxv2" Installed, Everyone one else proceed to the "Installation Of WiiSX" spoiler.
    • Download the "DVDxV2" wad, from the link below.
    • Now load up the Homebrew Channel.
    • Go to "WadManager" and load her up.
    • Now press the "A" button... press the "A" button again to choose "IOS249.
    • It will ask you if you want to emulate, make sure you have it "Disabled", Then Press the "A" Button again.
    • Now select your "Device", where you have your "DVDxV2" wad at.
    • Now go down to your "WAD" folder and press the "A" button.
    • Go to the "DVDxV2" wad and install it.
    • Exit out by pressing the "Home" button and your done!
    [/spoiler][/spoiler]

    Quote Originally Posted by NighCrawler View Post
    This needs to be added underneath Installation Of DVDxV2 part....

    [spoiler=Alternative DVDxV2 Installation]
    • Download Nusdownloader v19....
    • Now extract the folder to your desktop.
    • Go in the folder and double click the NusDownloader.
    • Now go to Database.
    • Now go to ios and select ios34 version 3807 or 1039 for earlier wii's.
    • Now select one of the two and click the Pack Wad box.
    • Then just go to the top of the nusdownloader and press the Start Nus Download.
    • Once done just install the wad with wadmanager etc.
    • Now download Hackmii Installer V0.6.
    • Extract it to your sd card.
    • Open up your Homebrew channel.
    • Now go to Hackmii Installer V0.6 and select it.
    • Let it load up.....
    • Now install the DVDxV2.
    • Now exit cause your done.

    [/spoiler]


    [spoiler=Installation Of WiiSX Guide.]
      • First "Download" the "WiiSX" File below.
    • Extract the "Above" directly to the root of your "SD Card"
    • This is how it should look.
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    • Take the "Bios" .bin file and place it in the"BIOS" folder, which is in the the "WiiSX" folder, That's on the "Root" of the Sd card.
    • ...
    • Now lets take your "Legal" digital copy (Game) and place it in the "Iso's" Folder. "Each Game Should Be In It's Own Folder!"
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    Congrats, your done![/spoiler]

    [spoiler=SD Card/USB HDD Loading.]
    Loading From the "SD CARD/HDD Loading" Guide!
    • Go to your HBC and load up "Wiisx".
    • ...
    • Now scroll to "Load Iso".
    • ...
    • It will ask you where to load from, pick the appropriate option for the device you are using.
    • ...
    • Now you will be greeted with a list of your games...Select one.
    • ...
    • Now you will be greeted with another the screen where the ".iso,.bin,.img.cue" is located, you are going to want to load the "bin, img ,cue or iso."
    • ...
    • once you have selected your game you will be greeted by the following image below.
    • ...
    • Hit the "OK" button and now scroll down to "Play Game".
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    • Video below Of WiiSX in Action.
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    Congrats, you are done!
    [/spoiler]

    [spoiler=Image Burner instructions.]
    • Open up Image Burner.
    • "You Can Add Multiple Games" To the Disc.
    • I've tested it and it works.You just have to adjust the options to each game appropriately.
    • Open up imgburner....Go to Create image from files or folder


    • On the next screen got to the folder with the magnify glass on it
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      Congratulation's you are done.
    [/spoiler]

    [spoiler=Disc Loading.]
    I will show you how to load from "DVD-R's", ("Where Applicable")
    "Please Note": Some wii's will not be able to load from the "Disk Drive"

    • Load up "WiiSX"....
    • ...
    • Now go to "Settings" to change any options needed.
    • ...
    • Example of the options needed for "Street Fighter Collection2" to load and play right is below...
    • ...
    • Select "Load Iso" option, when your done.(Don't forget to save your settings.)
    • ...
    • Now hit the Load DvD
    • ...
    • Load the file that has this extension to it "IMG","BIN".
    • ...
    • You will be greeted with the following screen...
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    • Hit the OK button and now you will be brought back to this screen below....
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    • Hit that "Play Game" button to start her up. Look below for the results...
    • ...
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    • Congratulations , you are done.

    [/spoiler]


    [spoiler=Options & Settings][spoiler=General Options]
    • This area controls the "CPU Core", BIOS",Boot Through Bios", "Execute Bios" and "SAVE SETTINGS.CFG", Don't forget to "SAVE" settings.
    • ....
    [/spoiler][spoiler=Audio]
    • Here you will be able to "Disable" 2 audio options and control the "Volume", As well.
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    • "Question" What Is CDDA??
    • "Answer" CDDA means "Compact Disc Digital Audio" it is a format of audio.
    [/spoiler][spoiler=Saves]
    • Now go to "SAVES".
    • ...
    • Now change your save path to the appropriate "Device" and any other changes you would like.
    [/spoiler][spoiler=Video Options]
    • Here you will be able to control the following options in the below image.
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    • "Question": What is Dithering??
    • "Answer": Dither is an intentionally applied form of noise used to randomize quantization error, preventing large-scale patterns such as color banding in images. Dither is routinely used in processing of both digital audio and digital video data, and is often one of the last stages of audio production to compact disc.Source.
    [/spoiler][spoiler=Controllers]
    • To adjust/change your "Controllers" configurations, First go to "SETTINGS".
    • ...
    • Now go to "INPUT", to enter the options.
    • ...
    • Go down to "CONFIGURE INPUT", to either change the options from "AUTOMATIC" to "MANUAL", so you can decide on what "CONTROLLER" you will use for the "PSX PAD 1" and so forth.
    • ...
    • This is where you will choose your "CONTROLLERS" and "ASSIGNMENT"."Example Below"
    • ...
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    • Now press the "B" button to go back.
    • ...
    • This will be the time to change your buttons, so click on the "CONFIGURE BUTTONS".
    • ...
    • Once you enter "Configuration Button"options, make your changes.....
    • .....and go back to the "INPUT", now hit the "Save Buttons Config." to "SD/USB".
    • ...
    • This is the pop up screen you will be greeted with, if the save is successful.
    • ...
    • Congratulations ! Your Done!!
    [/spoiler][/spoiler]


    [spoiler=Credits]
    • Thanks To, "emu_kidid, sepp256 and tehpolaetc" For all the hard work.Thank You!..
    • Thank You to everyone that has contributed to the Wii Community.Thank You All.
    • Thanks to, "CJizzle" for all the testing and help.Thank You!
    • Thanks To,"Nightstah", For the help on the Guide.Thank You.
    • A "BIG" Thank You To, "BMARLO" for the awesome Banner.Thank You.
    [/spoiler]

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    Last edited by nightstah; 04-20-2015 at 05:49 PM.

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    Awesome... a lot of empty slots (user submissions?) - excellent beginning and good, tireless work!

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    Thank You Both!!

    I've learned from the Best...All of you Guys.

    Yes, Any body can give the options for each game, showing that's what got it to work.
    Will add that part to the Guide.

    EDIT:Added it to that spoiler.Thanks Again Nightstah.
    Last edited by Jax; 04-28-2013 at 08:57 PM.

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    Added DvdxV2 installation to the guide.

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    wow jax this has very clear instructions im going to try it tomorrow thanks

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    If you have any problems, post'em and I'll try to reproduce the problem and come up with a fix.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Jax View Post
    If you have any problems, post'em and I'll try to reproduce the problem and come up with a fix.
    hi jax iv just followed the tutorial as instructed, the problem that i am having now it all loads up to wiisx i go to load game chose usb and get the error
    "error opening directory "usb:/wiisx/isos" i also installed DvdxV2 also.

    if it helps i have my wiisx running through the apps on the sd card and the wiisx folder sitting on my usb with the bios isos etc. your help would be great
    thanks

    i tryed to run it all off the sd card and it works fine but i want fit many of my backups on the sd which is why i want it running from hd


    ***FIXED***
    FOUND A USB SUPPORT OF WIISX NOW HAVE IT WORKING FINE THANKS
    Last edited by jarryd2nd; 06-24-2013 at 01:09 AM.

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    Done Re-Constructing.

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    Can somebody please upload the Dvdx v2 file, so I can play from disc.

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