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    Wii ISO Autoboot Patcher



    Wii ISO Autoboot Patcher.zip

    This is a Windows GUI that does exactly what Wii Bootme does to patch discs to autoboot. I decided to make this tool because Bootme is a pain to use and we all know Autoboot Creator doesn't work.

    Use of the tool is self explanatory:

    1. Load ISO to be patched
    2. Select Autoboot or Manual from drop down menu.
    3. Hit Patch ISO button

    Post any questions or issues here.
    Last edited by streamlinehd; 03-11-2011 at 03:06 AM.
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    Very nice. I will add this to my collection.

    Thanks

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    Thanks Krafter.

    I made a few small changes on this tool (might not even be noticeable) but thought I would give the people who downloaded the first version a heads up. The new version has been linked above and I won't be doing anymore updates (unless there's a major bug found). I doubt anyone will have any issues with this as it's a simple tool with a very simple function.
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    thanks a lot.
    quite handy and free me from jail of Bootme.

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    Lol, is CLI a huge burden these days? I'm not saying this isn't cool, I'm just wondering if people have a problem with BootMe.
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    Quote Originally Posted by JoostinOnline View Post
    Lol, is CLI a huge burden these days? I'm not saying this isn't cool, I'm just wondering if people have a problem with BootMe.
    Yes, believe me it is. It took me less than a half hour to design and code this and the fact that I'll never have to explain how use Bootme again made it worth every second.
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    Quote Originally Posted by streamlinehd View Post
    Yes, believe me it is. It took me less than a half hour to design and code this and the fact that I'll never have to explain how use Bootme again made it worth every second.
    Lol, I guess I've never had to explain it myself. It seems pretty simple to me, but I've used CLI plenty.
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    I was told to use this tool but i downloaded and tried to run it and would not do anything. It says failed to initialize. This is a brand new xp load on this laptop. Is there something else i need to have installed ?

    It has service pack 3 on it.
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    Quote Originally Posted by mmoore5553 View Post
    I was told to use this tool but i downloaded and tried to run it and would not do anything. It says failed to initialize. This is a brand new xp load on this laptop. Is there something else i need to have installed ?

    It has service pack 3 on it.
    See if this one works for you and let me know.

    Wii ISO Autoboot Patcher.zip

    If it still isn't working on your computer try this Windows Installer pack. Just choose to run the setup wizard.

    http://www.mediafire.com/?u1p79bz1haamj5j
    Last edited by streamlinehd; 03-11-2011 at 03:03 AM.
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    well you beat me too it. I just installed .net framework 4 . i should have thought about it longer. Now your version works on windows xp stock. Thanks though. I did not expect that quick of an answer

    Here is the link incase anyone needs it


    Download details: Microsoft .NET Framework 4 (Standalone Installer)

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