Running Wii USB Loader as a Channel

what you need

[ol]
[li]wii with Homebrew Channel installed
[/li][li]2gb or less sd card
[/li][li]the files
[/li][/ol]

lets assume you already have the first two so here are the files

[ul]
[li]WAD Manager 1.4
[/li]
[li]Wii Loaded Forwarder
[/li]
[li]USB Loader GX V 1.0
[/li][/ul]

prepare your sd card

[ol]
[li]create a folder named apps sd:\apps
[/li][li]create a folder in apps named wad manager sd:\apps\wad manager
[/li][li]rename WAD-Manager_v1.4.dol to boot.dol
[/li][li]copy boot.dol to wad manager folder sd:\apps\wad manager\boot.dol
[/li][li]create a folder named WAD sd:\WAD
[/li][li]copy Wii LoadedF.wad to WAD folder sd:\WAD\Wii LoadedF.wad
[/li][li]create a folder named USBLoader in apps folder sd:\apps\USBLoader
[/li][li]be sure to place your usb loader boot.dol into the USBLoader folder sd:\apps\USBLoader\boot.dol **
[/li][/ol]

installing the wad

[ol]
[li]open homebrew channel
[/li][li]select wad manager
[/li][li]follow prompts to install Wii LoadedF.wad
[/li][/ol]

now you can select the Wii Loaded Channel instead of going into homebrew first to play a game.

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the Wii Loaded RAR includeds two wads, one for is a forwarder and one is a direct channel. i recommend using the forwarder. with the forwarder you can use any usb loader app you like. just place the correct boot.dol into sd:\apps\USBLoader .

click here to download

here is a packaged RAR including

[ol]
[li]USB Loader[/li][li]WAD Manager[/li][li]USB Loader Channel Forwarder[/li][li]few ocarina codes[/li][li]pre-configured directory structure[/li][li]two instruction text documents[/li][/ol]

ive actually only used the HDD Forwarder.wad to create a new USB Loader Channel [ i didnt like the other channel graphic]. you can delete channels from wii options. also channels can be moved by holding down A + B and drag.

Source

USB Loader GX now has an animated channel graphic.

you can download the forwarder >here<

but i still like the channel from the configurable usb loader RAR package

[QUOTE=troy512;2273669]click here to download

here is a packaged RAR including

[ol]
[li]USB Loader[/li][li]WAD Manager[/li][li]USB Loader Channel Forwarder[/li][li]few ocarina codes[/li][li]pre-configured directory structure[/li][li]two instruction text documents[/li][/ol]ive actually only used the HDD Forwarder.wad to create a new USB Loader Channel [ i didnt like the other channel graphic]. you can delete channels from wii options. also channels can be moved by holding down A + B and drag.

Source[/QUOTE]
Hi. Could you re upload this download please, as the link is dead.
Thanks.

See the sticky posts in this forum.

Hi MachZii!

See thispost by Troy512 (Wii Freak)

[QUOTE=troy512;2301475]Wii USB Loader

there are many different USB Loader apps, as of now my current favorite loader is USB Loader GX.

Once you get Homebrew Channel installed you just place some files on your SD Card, connect your USB drive to your Wii and start dumping games. The loaders have many options and in time you will learn how to use them.

Here are a few helpful links you may want to review before we get started.

* USB Loader Releases
* USB Devices Compatibility List
* USB Loader v1.x Game Compatibility
* USB Loader GX ReadMii

What you need

  1. Nintendo Wii with Active Internet Connection [download covers]
  2. Homebrew Channel Installed
  3. 2 gb or less SD Card [or more if using System Menu 4.0 recommended]
  4. USB Hard drive, USB Flash Drive or SD Card
  5. Original Wii Game Disc
  6. USB Loader GX Forwarder
  7. WAD Manager 1.4

Prepare your SD Card

  1. Format your SD card with FAT file system
  2. Copy the contents of USB Loader GX Forwarder to the root of your sd card
  3. Create a Wad Manager folder in the apps folder of your SD card sd:\apps\wad manger\
  4. Rename WAD-Manager_v1.4.dol to boot.dol and place in sd:\apps\wad manger\boot.dol

Instructions

  1. Load the Homebrew Channel and run WAD-Manager
  2. Install the USB Loader GX Forwarder
  3. You now have a new channel named USB Loader GX
  4. Run USB Loader GX and Format your USB drive to WBFS
  5. Enjoy Backing Up and Playing Disc free Wii Games

Need to Know

* Leave your SD Card in your Wii, Do not change the usb loader files, dont worry you will learn what is what on your card
* USB Loader GX has an update feature in settings, no worrying about find the latest version
* Download Covers over your Wii Wi-Fi connection
* If covers are not found you can get them manually from Wii Boxart
* Normal covers must be 160x224
* 3D covers must be 176x248
* Change the theme of your Loader
* Default Password is ab121b
* Learn more about USB Loader GX over at gbatemp

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Hope this helps