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    cloader- anyone advise on installing ??

    Trying to install cLoader 1.6 which came as a bundle with loadstructor 1.7, have put loadstructor on the sd okay but not too sure what I have to do to get the cLoader on the memory card / wii ??


    the download for the above two softwares contained :

    languages
    loaders ( contains 5 dol files including one named cLoader dol file )
    temp
    tools
    wad
    loadstructor ( main programme )
    readme
    common key.bin

    again not sure what goes where to get the Cloader installed if anyone could advise ??

    thank you.

    john

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    cLoader is already installed, that zip file is setup and ready to go. Extract all those files to a folder in whatever location you want them, as they are, then execute the application. Then enjoy.
    "I think that the Wii is a beautiful piece of hardware, and a broken Wii is a tragedy. It doesn’t matter why or how." -- Bushing

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    Quote Originally Posted by Ithian View Post
    cLoader is already installed, that zip file is setup and ready to go. Extract all those files to a folder in whatever location you want them, as they are, then execute the application. Then enjoy.
    Okay thanks for your reply, so just put all the following files within the main download into one seperate folder within say the route off the sd card or perhaps the apps folder ??

    languages
    loaders ( contains 5 dol files including one named cLoader dol file )
    temp
    tools
    wad
    loadstructor ( main programme )
    readme
    common key.bin


    as I say have the actual loadstructor installed on the pc made the wad channel, installed the wad channel succusfully but just need to know how the uloader is set up ?? again just put all the above files within one folder titled ?? "

    loadstructor -1.7 + cLoader- 1.6


    when I click on the new wad game channel the uloader programme will automatically start and load the game ??

    sorry for the newbie questions but just get a bit bogged down by it all at times, sure you will understand !!!

    thanks again.

    john

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    No you're set up already. Once the channel is installed on your Wii, everything's ready to go. No worries on installing more stuff to the SD card.
    "I think that the Wii is a beautiful piece of hardware, and a broken Wii is a tragedy. It doesn’t matter why or how." -- Bushing

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    Okay thanks for that will give it another try to be honest I think I am maybe even getting myself confused now ??!! the only thing I done was to open up the actual loadstuctor programme on my pc, add the iso off the game wanted and created a wad channel, copied that wad channel to my wads folder on my sd card and added the wad channel via the wad manager on the actual wii.

    you reckon thats all I need to add to my wii, the newly created wad channel, the actual cloader programme etc is all within this wad ?? as I say have not added anything else from the download to the sd card within the wii apart from this newly created wad channel.

    will give it another try this time selecting cLoader within the main menu off loadstrctor.

    if I have picked you up wrong please do bear with me - I know !!!

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    Quote Originally Posted by jono400 View Post
    Okay thanks for that will give it another try to be honest I think I am maybe even getting myself confused now ??!! the only thing I done was to open up the actual loadstuctor programme on my pc, add the iso off the game wanted and created a wad channel, copied that wad channel to my wads folder on my sd card and added the wad channel via the wad manager on the actual wii.

    you reckon thats all I need to add to my wii, the newly created wad channel, the actual cloader programme etc is all within this wad ?? as I say have not added anything else from the download to the sd card within the wii apart from this newly created wad channel.

    will give it another try this time selecting cLoader within the main menu off loadstrctor.

    if I have picked you up wrong please do bear with me - I know !!!
    You got it down. Nothing else is needed to get you going.
    "I think that the Wii is a beautiful piece of hardware, and a broken Wii is a tragedy. It doesn’t matter why or how." -- Bushing

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    Working a treat now so thanks again for that. any idea just how many blocks creating a new channel takes and what is the minimum level you should safely have on your wii ?? how do I check how many I have used on my wii already ??

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    Quote Originally Posted by jono400 View Post
    Working a treat now so thanks again for that. any idea just how many blocks creating a new channel takes and what is the minimum level you should safely have on your wii ?? how do I check how many I have used on my wii already ??
    You can check how many blocks are left by going into the Wii options > Game Saves. It'll be in the bottom right. It's suggested to leave around 250 blocks free for the Wii's internal system to access when it needs.

    I'm not exactly sure, but most of them only take around 5 or 10 blocks. I have over 30 installed, filling up my system menu with shortcut channels for the games I play most often. It's really convenient.
    "I think that the Wii is a beautiful piece of hardware, and a broken Wii is a tragedy. It doesn’t matter why or how." -- Bushing

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    Okasy great stuff, just checked and its showing as 1607 blocks free so should be okay for creating the odd cannel or two this way !!

    thanks again,

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    sorry for making a thread in your thread
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