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MessagePosté le: Mer 6 Jan - 14:41 (2010)    Sujet du message: Wii Hack Répondre en citant

This is clearly not my work, but I thought I would share it. I have seen it on a couple sites and tried it myself. And it works perfectly.

So credit to whoever originally came up with it, many people are claiming credit.

Fully Softmod Any Wii (everything you need)



This has been tested and works on ALL Wiis that have been released
to date-- even the LU64+ models and v4.1. So just follow the guide
and ask if you have any questions. =) The process is fairly simple
and there is almost no risk at all to brick your Wii. Also, I'm not
going to post a pack here because some of the files aren't allowed
on certain sites. I'll tell you how you can acquire/create them on
your own if your Wii does not have an internet connection.

It has also been recommended that you follow This Guide to upgrade
your Wii system menu to either version 4.0 or 4.1 once you get HBC
and BootMii installed. Thanks for the nice guide. =D

Note: If you'd like to fully hack your Wii, complete with HBC,
BootMii, PreLoader, newer cIOS, and backup launcher channels-- feel
free to go through the guide first and grab all of the files from
the Things you'll need sections. This will save you some time so
you don't have to keep moving SD card from Wii to computer to get
files for the next step.

All the Files you need on ur SD card are here. Just simply extract
the .rar and put all the contents of the Wii SD card folder onto
the root of ur SD card.

http://rapidshare.com/files/321327921/Wii_SD_card.rar

Getting HomeBrew and BootMii

The HomeBrew Channel (commonly referred to as HBC) is what you will
use to run all of your hacks. It is the base of hacking your Wii.

BootMii is a system menu apart from the Wii menu. You can load to
this in the event of a brick and recover from any damage.

Things you'll need:

1) SD card (formatted as FAT or FAT32).
2) Computer with internet (yay you have this one if you're reading this).
3) A Wii with internet is a plus, but not required.
4) BannerBomb hack. There are steps on the site, but I'll put a

brief description in steps to follow.
5) HackMii installer (link is on the previous site as well).

Steps:

* Extract both of the folders you just downloaded.
* Inside of the HackMii folder you just extracted, there will be a file called installer.elf.
Rename this file to boot.elf.
* Put your SD card into your computer (backup any files you have on
it if not blank and format it to FAT if necessary) and copy both
the private folder from BannerBomb and the boot.elf file onto the
root of your card.
* Insert the SD card into your Wii and power it on if not already.
* Click on the Wii icon, then to Data Management, then Channels,and SD at the top.
You should get a pop up message asking if you wish to install the boot.elf.
* Let this load and Press 1 when prompted.
* If you have a newer Wii, you will only be allowed to install
BootMii as an IOS (this is ok).
* Click continue.
* If you are able to install BootMii as boot2, do so. If not, just
install it as an IOS.
* Next get back to where you just were and install the HomeBrew
Channel (this is included in the BootMii hack).
* You can install DVDx if you like-- it won't hurt anything, but I
won't get into that here.

Now that you have the HomeBrew Channel, you can run a backup
launcher and play burned games. If that's all you want to do, skip
down to the cIOS and Backup Launcher section. If you'd like to hack
your Wii a little further, I'd recommend you get a NAND backup and
install PreLoader. Along with some other cool tricks along the way.

The following steps will also solve some loading issues that newer
games will have without a newer cIOS.

Note: If you installed BootMii as boot2, your Wii will always boot
to the BootMii menu as long as you have the SD card in the slot
with the BootMii folder. If you don't want this to happen, either
remove the BootMii folder from your SD (save it somewhere else), or
you can rename it to something else and leave it on the card. You
will need this folder to get to the BootMii menu, so do not lose
this folder.

Backing up your NAND

This step is not mandantory, but will allow you to restore your Wii
in case of a brick with future softmodding. It is highly
recommended.

Things you'll need:
1) SD card from the previous step when you installed BootMii (will
also need at least 528MB of free space on the card)
If you put the SD card back into your computer, there should now be
a BootMii folder present on the root. This is the only folder you
need to keep there at the moment if you're OCD.

2) A GameCube controller if you had to install BootMii as IOS
Steps:
* Put the SD card in your Wii. For folks that installed as boot2,
just make sure the BootMii folder is on the root of your SD card
and restart your Wii. Continue 4 steps down.
* A HomeBrew channel should have appeared on the first page of your
Wii channels. Start this channel.
* Press the Home button on your Wii remote.
* Press Launch BootMii.
* Your Wii will restart to a new menu. This is BootMii.

You will need a GameCube controller to use this screen if you
installed as IOS. If you installed as boot2, you can use the
buttons on your Wii (power = move, reset = select, and eject = eject) to navigate.

* Go over to the little gears and press A.
* Click on the icon with the arrow pointing from the chip to the SD
card.
* Follow the steps on the screen-- press start, then A to begin the
dump.
* This will take about 7-10 minutes depending on the speed of your
SD card.

You now have a NAND backup of your Wii in case anything awful
happens and you get a bricked Wii. Make a copy of this nand.bin and
save it somewhere safe. You can remove it from your SD card as
well, as you probably won't use it very often.

Note: If you need to restore your NAND, do the same thing to get to
BootMii and options, but instead of clicking the icon with the
picture of the chip to the SD card-- click the one with SD card to
chip. Follow the instructions from there.

Patching IOS36

IOS36 will need to be pacthed on newer Wiis, but it won't hurt to
do it on all Wiis, so I'll just put the steps here anyway. If you
think you don't need it, you can skip this-- but if the next steps
don't work, come back here. =)

Things you'll need:
1) SD card with a folder called apps on its root.
2) Trucha Bug Restorer.
3) If your Wii does not have internet, you will need to create the
necessary wad files on the root of your SD (these are merely the
files your Wii would normally download if it has an internet
connection.

Steps:

* Extract the files from the downloaded Trucha Bug Restorer zip.
* Copy the TBR folder to the apps folder on your SD card.
* Start HBC
* Load TBR
* Use IOS 36 to downgrade 15. << Watch Video. See note if you don't
have a network connection!
* Use 15 to patch 36. << Watch video. See note if you don't have a
network connection!
* And use 36 to restore 15. << Watch video. See note if you don't
have a network connection!



Now that you have patched IOS 36, you can install newer cIOS and
PreLoader.

Note: If you do not have a network connection, select wad
installation where the video says network install. The files you
created earlier will need to be on the root of your SD card.

Installing PreLoader and new cIOS

For those of you that could not install BootMii as boot2, you will
need a way to launch HBC if your Wii menu is bricked-- so PreLoader
is a must.
For those of you that were able to install BootMii as
boot2, PreLoader is only needed if you wish to gain some added
hacks (like skip "Press A" screen, and disable update checks, etc).

Things you'll need:
1) SD card with a folder called apps on its root.
2) PreLoader.
3) cIOS38 rev14. This is the newest version at the month/year above.

Steps:

* Extract both of the downloaded files.
* Open the extracted cIOS38r14-Installer folder and rename the
cIOS38r14-Installer.dol to boot.dol
* Copy the extracted cIOS38r14-Installer folder into the apps
folder on your SD card.
* The PreLoader rar will extract a file called
preloaderv0.29-cred.dol, rename it to boot.dol.
* Inside of the apps folder on your SD card, create a folder called
PreLoader.
* Put the boot.dol file inside of the Sd:/apps/PreLoader folder.
* The PreLoader rar should also have spit out a file called
hacks.ini. Put this on the root of your SD card. See note for more
hacks.
* Put the SD card into the Wii and power on the Wii.
* Launch HBC.
* Load PreLoader and press 1 when instructed and PreLoader will
install.
* Back in HBC, load cIOS38 rev14.
* Change whatever the default option you see to use IOS36 (since we
just patched it) and press A.
* It will ask if you're sure and tell you that your Wii could
brick, but it doesn't matter since you have the NAND backup, right?
* You will need a network connection for this-- if not you'll have
to find the wad file and put it on the root of your SD before the
install.

Now you have PreLoader installed and a newer cIOS. To launch
PreLoader, turn your Wii on while holding the reset button. The
options here are fairly self-explanatory, and all user-preference--
so just click around and set things up how you want.

Note: You can find more hacks for your hacks.ini file. Be sure to
get the one for your region. Just copy over the hacks.ini onto the
root of ur SD.

Backup Launcher

What's the fun in hacking your Wii if you can't play backed up
games? NeoGamma will load from both USB and disk, but if you want a
different loader, feel free to search for one you like. Also, I
won't go into USB drives here, but if you've got some .isos (from
games you already own, of course =P) just get 'em on a disk and run
them with this loader.

Things you'll need:
1) SD card with a folder called apps on its root and an optional
folder called wad (this is for channel installation).
2a) NeoGamma R7 for HBC launch. You must launch HBC to run the
backup loader and the SD card must be present in the Wii.
2b) NeoGamma R7 for channel installation. Will also need WAD
Manager 1.5.

Steps if you chose 2a:

* Exract the zip.
* Put the folder NeoGamma onto the apps folder on your SD card.
* Put the SD card into the Wii and power it on.
* Run HBC and load NeoGamma.

Steps if you chose 2b:

* Extract both downloaded files.
* Copy the file Neo_gamma_R7.wad into the wad folder on your SD
card.
* Rename the file WAD Manager 1.5.dol to boot.dol
* Inside of the apps folder on your SD card, create a folder called
WAD Manager.
* Copy the file boot.dol inside of SD:/apps/WAD Manager.
* Put the SD card into the Wii and power it on.
* Start HBC.
* Load WAD Manager.
* Select load from SD card. (Leave everything set to it's default--
disable nand emu, ios 249, sd card load, etc, etc.)
* Use up and down arrows to select Neo_gamma_R7.wad (this should be
the only one there if you're following the guide)
* Select the wad with A and follow the instructions to install the wad.
* Press the home button on your Wii remote when it is finished to

restart your Wii. A new channel should be there.


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