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    Question any pre loader

    hello everyone
    what i would like to do is load a preloader i think its called to my wii.

    i have already installed the homebrew chanel on my wii, i also aready have wii flow installed and my hard drive, which i play game with no problems.

    i would like to be able to play my copied games straigt throulgh my wii without having to go through wii flow, i would like to be able to play copied games without the hard drive hook up, i hear i can place a loader on to a sd card and then use the homebrew to activate the loader then play games

    any help woud be apprecialted, thanks

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    All of the questions you asked have been answered before.

    1) Use the 'search'

    2)Read the 'tutorials' sections

    Seriously, how you managed to get as far as having wiiflow working without bricking your wii, given your complete lack of interest in reading anything (re-preloader) for yourself, is a complete and utter miracle!
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    i have read, alot of the tutorials some i under stand some i don't, thats why i posted in the noob area,

    i was showed how to do the home brew, and the the usb drive with hard mod. but wasn't shown how to do the pre loader,
    like i was asking.

    i would still like to know how i can add a preloader onto let say a sd card so i don't have to carry the hard drive with me when i go so someone house.

    thanks for any help.

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    It sounds like you're getting confused with some terms. Preloader/Priiloader is an application inserted into the boot process which allows for direct loading into Sysmenu/HBC/BootmiiIOS and options for adding hacks into the System Menu.

    i would like to be able to play my copied games straigt throulgh my wii without having to go through wii flow, i would like to be able to play copied games without the hard drive hook up, i hear i can place a loader on to a sd card and then use the homebrew to activate the loader then play games
    From this description it sounds like you want to eliminate your USB HDD from the equation and install games to an SD card? Is this correct? It's possible but very inconvenient. You'd need to format your SD card WBFS using WBFS Manager and install your loader directly to the console as a full channel.
    "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
    It sounds like you're getting confused with some terms. Preloader/Priiloader is an application inserted into the boot process which allows for direct loading into Sysmenu/HBC/BootmiiIOS and options for adding hacks into the System Menu.



    From this description it sounds like you want to eliminate your USB HDD from the equation and install games to an SD card? Is this correct? It's possible but very inconvenient. You'd need to format your SD card WBFS using WBFS Manager and install your loader directly to the console as a full channel.
    sorry, i'll try and clear it up, what i would like to do, in stead of taking the wii and usb harddrive with me when i go somewhere, i would like to leave the hard drive at home and just take a few copied back up game, and a dvd, and insert the ones i want to play. i hard that i could something like this, i know when i had my other wii chipped i could play copied disk. i heard of a program called neogamma or something liike that.

    thanks for the help

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    Quote Originally Posted by krazy1 View Post
    sorry, i'll try and clear it up, what i would like to do, in stead of taking the wii and usb harddrive with me when i go somewhere, i would like to leave the hard drive at home and just take a few copied back up game, and a dvd, and insert the ones i want to play. i hard that i could something like this, i know when i had my other wii chipped i could play copied disk. i heard of a program called neogamma or something liike that.

    thanks for the help
    Okay that's much clearer. First off if you've bought the Wii anytime in the last 6 months there's a chance it may not be able to play dvd backups at all. If it has the D3-2 chip it won't be able to read backup discs and there's no workaround. There are 3 ways to check for this:
    1. Look up your serial here: Wii Drive Chip Database
    2. Try discs over and over, if they keep spouting errors your Wii probably has D3-2.
    3. Open up the console and look.


    About burning discs, use IMGBurn (google) and burn the iso at 4x. If you need more info on this go here and poke around a bit.
    For Neogamma go here.
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