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Thread: How to install revisions to USB LOADER GX?

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    How to install revisions to USB LOADER GX?

    I see there are updated revisions. There is a .dol file and a .wad file. I'm assuming the .wad is for the forwarder...

    Anyways, anyone care to explain where to place these in the SD card, and what to take out, if anything?

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    Dude stop posting this question... LOL

    I already answered the second post you made about this here: http://www.wiihacks.com/general-home...loader-gx.html
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    Quote Originally Posted by coldasice0004 View Post
    I see there are updated revisions. There is a .dol file and a .wad file. I'm assuming the .wad is for the forwarder...

    Anyways, anyone care to explain where to place these in the SD card, and what to take out, if anything?
    The wad is for the channel, the .dol is for the forwarder if installed or from HBC.

    Copy the .dol to the SD\apps\usbloadergx
    Any wads go in SD\wad

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    WiiJohn, after I put the wad in the sd/wad folder... is there anything else I have to do to get it installed on usb loader or no?

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    First, if you haven't already, make these folders on your SD card:

    SD:\apps\usbloader_gx
    SD:\apps\wad_Manager
    SD:\wad

    Download your rev, rename it boot.dol and place it in the SD:\usbloader_gx folder.
    Download your forwarder, and place it in the SD:\wad folder.
    Download wad_manager - WAD-Manager_v1.4.zip - or google it if you like, and rename the .dol to boot.dol and place it in the SD:\wad_manager folder.

    Boot your Wii, go to HBC and start Wad_Manager. Choose your SD card, browse to the SD:\wad folder and install the forwarder as you would any other wad.

    Alternatively, if you're willing to trust a new user, you can dl my rev.845 - usbcustom845.wad - which I compiled earlier today with CustomizeWii 1.1. Since I got plenty of space on my Wii I didn't want to fuzz around with having my SD in all the time, hence the full channel.

    Just copy the .wad into your SD:\wad folder, then install it as you would the forwarder with Wad_Manager.

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