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  1. PNGU

    PNGU is a library for Wii and GameCube that 'wraps' the famous libpng and facilitate png handling and conversions to the native Wii/GC formats. The PNG format has some properties which make it interesting: A background color, a list of transparent colors, alpha channel, it doesn't modify the colors (as jpeg does when compression), open format. The source code of the library is included in the download package.
    It's based in libpng 1.2.29 Handles images of 8 and 16 bits per channel. Handles images in RGB, RGBA, grayscale and grayscale + alpha formats. Reads image dimensions, pixel format, background color and transparent colors list. Converts images to YCbYCr, linear RGB565, linear RGBA8, 4x4 RGB565, 4x4 RGB5A3 and 4x4 RGBA8 formats. Saves YCbYCr images in png RGB8 format. Handles images stored in memory or in devoptab devices (SD, Gecko SD, etc...). It's ready to be used in multithreaded applications. Limitations
    Image width and height should be a multiple of 4 (when converting to 4x4 textures) Doesn't handle images of 1, 2 or 4 bits per channel. Doesn't handle paletized images. Endianness problems when using it on a little endian machine (x86 for example) no problems on the Wii/GC. by Frontier.
  2. Priiloader

    Priiloader is a heavily modified version of Preloader 0.30 by DacoTaco and BadUncle. It is an application that is loaded prior to the Wii System Menu, which allows it to fix certain kinds of bricks that leave the System Menu in a broken state (like a Bannerbrick), or to add various patches like update blockers to the System menu.
    Quick note: Priiloader will NOT save your Wii if you fucked up the System Menu IOS (on 4.3 this is IOS80).

    What has been changed since Preloader 0.30 base source?
    added Bootmii IOS booting option to menu and autoboot (handy for restoring and/or sneek) Support for all HBC title IDs removed need for ES_DIVerify killed the DVD spin bug (crediar forgot to close the dvd drive in ios) re-added online updating added our own installer (phpgeek's) Re-added the old black theme Added a check on boot so some apps can reboot/launch system menu and force priiloader to show up or start system menu Added start of Wiiware/VC titles HBC stub loading Hacks can either be added with their offset, or with a hash value to allow for version-agnostic patches Added option to require a password at boot Fixed lot and lots of bugs much much more What do I need to install Priiloader?
    Thats the best part! All you need is a way of booting homebrew (Homebrew Channel recommended). If you have The Homebrew Channel 1.0.7 or above, you don't need any patched IOS at all! if you don't, then a patched IOS36 is required (although it is recommended to just update the HBC)
    Priiloader itself needs no hacked IOS at all (hell, we recommend using unpatched IOS).
    by DacoTaco.
  3. Rawdump

    This little gem of an app allows you to dump your Wii/Gamecube discs with one of the supported DVD drives. Check the list from the package.
    Here are the changes from version 2.0 to this new version 2.1:
    Experimental support for Dual Layer games (UNTESTED TO DATE!) Install .NET framework 2.0
    Use a LG-8164b or LG-8163b or LG-8162b or LG-8161b dvd drive. It might even work with other hitachi drives with GDR in their name (just try, but don't complain).
    Start rawdump.exe
    You can discuss this programm on: www.wiinewz.com
    This version lets you continue a dump after you have stopped an unfinished job .
    Changes 0.21 - 0.3:
    - keeping image.wod file locked during dump
    - extra status information
    - some minor bugfixes
    Changes 0.3 - 0.4:
    - Using streamed reading (about 5 times faster)
    - Better info display
    - No need voor dvdinfo in the background
    Changes 0.4 - 1.0:
    - Faster!!! (dumps a Wii disc in 3 hours)
    - complete rewrite of dumping code
    - error correction
    - integrated unscrambler
    Changes 1.0 - 1.1:
    - Fixed division by zero bug
    - took out the gdr drive detection code, so all drives get detected again
    - supported by wiinja modchip
    Changes 1.1 - 1.2beta:
    - Fixed more bugs
    - please report bugs on www.wiinewz.com
    - removed flash components
    Changes 1.2beta - 1.3:
    - Changed code to be compatible with Windows x64 and Windows x32
    - Fixed random crashes
    - Better errorcorrection code
    Changes 1.3 - 1.31:
    - Fixed occasional arithmetic error
    Changes 1.31 - 2.0:
    - Faster!! (dumps in about 2.5 hours)
    - Faster unscrambling
    - Status information while unscrambling
    Changes 2.0 - 2.1:
    - Experimental support for Dual Layer games (UNTESTED)
  4. RetroArch for Wii

    RetroArch is a frontend for emulators, game engines and media players.
    It enables you to run classic games on a wide range of computers and consoles through its slick graphical interface. Settings are also unified so configuration is done once and for all.
    RetroArch has advanced features like shaders, netplay, rewinding, next-frame response times, and more!
  5. RiiConnect24 Patcher

    RiiConnect24 Patcher is a program made for easier installation of RiiConnect24. With it, you can just sit back and relax while the patcher does everything for you.

    Auto updating - Always stay updated! User can decide if they wants to run the manual patching or automatic guided patching. You only have to download a .bat file for patching IOS31 & IOS80, EVC and Mail! Patcher will automatically download any files that are required to patch everything. IOS Patcher and Everybody Votes Channel Patcher in one. Copying patched files to an SD Card that is already connected to the PC. Downloading Wii Mod Lite and RiiConnect24 Mail Patcher and putting it on SD Card beside the WADs.
  6. Snes9x GX

    Snes9x GX is a Super Nintendo / Super Famicom emulator for the Nintendo Wii. Snes9x GX is a port of Snes9x.
    * Based on Snes9x 1.58 (with faster Blargg S-SMP module) * Wiimote, Nunchuk, Classic, Wii U Pro, and Gamecube controller support * Wii U GamePad support (requires homebrew injection into Wii U VC title) * SNES Superscope, Mouse, Justifier support * Cheat support * Satellaview (BS-X) support * Auto Load/Save Game Snapshots and SRAM * Custom controller configurations * SD, USB, DVD, SMB, Zip, and 7z support * Autodetect PAL/NTSC, 16:9 widescreen support * Original/filtered/unfiltered video modes * Turbo Mode - up to 2x the normal speed * Zoom option to zoom in/out * Open Source!
  7. SoftMii

    -Custom System Menu Alpha -Custom Health Screen- -Customizable Via Jizmo's Theme Packs -Full Disc Channel Region Free Back-up Loading -Diagnostic Menu (Recovery) access through  GCport1 Y-Button -No Copy Save Protections Removed -Retail Discs run 6x, Backups run 3x -Auto boot ANY Disc Through Recovery Menu -Skip Disc Updates -No Error 002 in new games like NFS Undercover -No Annoying Menu BGM -Pre loader 0.27 installation - Regular cIOS for those who have patched discs to 249 - Move your Disc Channel anywhere -Home Brew Channel 1.01 -Region Free Channels -Downgrade Method Included USERS  ON A 3.4 SYSTEM WILL NEED TO REFER TO A_RUNNING_PIR8'S GUIDE TO DOWNGRADE TO A WORKING SYSTEM VERSION
    λ    PAL or NTSC-U Wii [No Others Have Been Tested]
    λ    SD Card (of at least 256 MB) [formatted to FAT]
    λ    The SoftMii Pack, unpacked to your SD card ROOT
    λ    Twilight Princess Retail 
    λ    Internet Connection For Wii (For Full Set up)
    PHASE 1 - This part is the Twilight hack and HBC installation. (Thx 2 Team Twiizers.)

    1)  First of all, if you have never played Zelda you need to play it once and create a save file, or you cant copy Twilight.
    2)  Remove your Zelda save and copy over Twilight Hack for your region from SD to the System. 
    3)  Start Zelda regularly, load the Twilight Hack save, walk backward.
    4) HBC1.01 installer will begin, answer yes to everything.  Your system will restart will homebrew channel installed.
    5) Start the Home-brew Channel, and load "Wad Manager" you find will find in the list of programs.
    6) Select “Load From SD”, and then select “01.wad” and press (+) to install
    7) Press the "Home" button when it finishes.
    PHASE 2 – This Will Downgrade Us 
    8)  Go into Home Brew Channel
    9) Run “IOS Downgrader”, if some things fail, run it once more. Ask for help if need-be. ( SoftMii.com Help Section)
    Your Wii IOS's are now proper and hackable, Regardless will still need the special 3.2, So lets do the following steps after you make sure you have a net connection.
    10) Run HBC (HomeBrew Channel)
    11) Select and load AnyRegionChanger M5....it'll mention about Korean Discs, IGNORE.(Thx 2 Twiizers + Qleap)
    12) Get into the options (Press A), and IGNORE the top section which has region change stuff and EULA stuff.
    13) Look at the mid-bottom options, about installing 3.2 (or 3.3K), and leave it on 3.2E for PAL /3.2U for NTSC
    14) Click "GO" and then answer then answer YES when it asks if you are sure.
    15) Answer "NO" when it asks about Korean Disc Loading    *explained later*
    16) Answer "YES" when it asks you to install SPECIAL STARFALL TYPE-HACKS. 
           Wait for finish, can take a few minutes. Then press HOME when finished to reboot.
    PHASE 3 – OK We should now have a nice 3.2 system installation. Now we can really get going*
    17)  OK now select Pre Loader from the HomeBrew Channel, and wait for it to load
    18) The Code To Install is  HARDLUMPS (Home, A, Right, Down, Left, Up, Minus, Plus, )


    19) Highlight Settings and Press A
    20) Select “System hacks” ->
    21) Select all the hacks you would like, (recommended - Skip Updates,  Move Disc Channel and all No Copy)
    22) Select "save settings" and wait for confirmation message to display “Settings Saved”
    23) Press B
    24) Select "auto boot: Systemic" (using the D-Pad Arrows), and save settings with A, then Press B
    25) Get back to the system menu. By selecting “Load System Menu”
    26) Run HBC
    27) Run cIOS installer..  It may freeze briefly. (CORP Thx 2 WiiBlaster + Co...Installer from Me + Ice Fire.)
    28) Exit and reboot.
    29). Launch SoftMii Tweaks, select 42.app for NTSC and 45.app for PAL
    31) When the installation is complete press Home to return to the Homebrew Channel then Power Down
    OPTIONAL  – Themed Homebrew Channels by Jizmo
    You will find a selection of .wads when you download your packs from Jizmo
     all the best Homebrew Apps in there as ready made and tested Channels for you to install
     just copy them into the wads folder on your SD, and install with WadManager.
  8. Swiss

    Swiss aims to be an all-in-one homebrew utility for the Nintendo GameCube.
    Main Features
    Can browse the following devices
    SD/SDHC/SDXC Card via SDGecko DVD (-/+R) via Disc Drive Qoob Pro flash memory USB Gecko remote file storage SD/SDHC via Wasp/WKF Samba via BBA Wode Jukebox IDE-EXI Memory cards Requirements
    GameCube with controller A way to boot homebrew Usage
    Download latest Swiss release and extract its contents. Copy the compressed Swiss DOL file found in the DOL folder to the device/medium you are using to boot homebrew. Launch Swiss, browse your device and load a DOL or GCM! If the above steps do not work, try using the non-compressed Swiss DOL file.

    Navigating Swiss
    Control Action Left Joysitck or D-Pad Navigate through the UI A Select B Enter/Exit Bottom Menu Swiss UI
    The top heading shows the version number, commit number, and revision number of Swiss. The left panes show what device you are using. The largest portion is the Swiss file browser, through which you can navigate files and folders. The top of every folder includes a .. option, and selecting this moves you back up a folder. The bottom pane, from the left: Device Selection Global Settings, Advanced Settings, and Current Game Settings System Information, Device Info, and Credits Return to top of file system Restart GameCube
  9. Trucha Bug Restorer

    Q: What's this good for?
    A: The TBR is to get IOS with the trucha bug on all Wiis with system menu up to 4.1. Usually the error codes -1017 and -2011 indicate that the trucha bug is required and missing.
    Q: What can i do to reduce the risk when using this application?
    A: Have BootMii as boot2 installed and have a nand backup. If that's not an option and/or you want to reduce the risk as much as possible then:
    Have 2 ways to start the TBR that do not depend on the same IOS. For example have HBC installed and be able to use bannerbomb, while the HBC must not use the IOS used by the system menu. On 3.2 for example the system menu uses IOS30, so if you start the TBR with bannerbomb then, the only used IOS until then is IOS30. The HBC uses different IOS depending on which IOS you have installed when you install it. When you press home in the HBC it tells you which IOS it is using.
    Q: Can this brick my Wii?
    A: Yes, it modifies system files, so it can brick your Wii. It's written to be as safe as possible and tested on a few Wiis, but nobody can guarantee it will not brick your Wii. It only modifies IOS15 and IOS36 which are not used by any system menu direclty. So it *should* be safe to use and if anything goes wrong, your Wii *should* not be bricked, just the IOS you modifed may stop working. Also please try to understand the above answer.
    The highest brick danger comes from the stuff the TBR enables you to do, the stuff you could not do before!
    Q: What are the requirements of it?
    A: Access to some IOS files either by just having internet connection on your Wii or by getting IOS wads.
    The TBR is only known to work on system menu 4.1 or lower. For installing a patched IOS36 or 37, you need an IOS with trucha bug. All IOS from system menu 3.2 and lower have the trucha bug, also the original PatchMii(installed IOS254) has it, the cIOS that many people have as IOS249 installed, and the IOS that is run with cBoot2. If you have none of these, use the IOS15 downgrade the TBR offers. But please only in this case, and after installing the IOS you want, please restore IOS15 again, i can't guarantee it works as it should, i only know it works to install patched IOS.
    Q: How do i revert the changes i made?
    A: If you donwgraded IOS15, use the restore option. If you installed patched IOS as IOS36 or IOS37, just install it again with no patches selected. The TBR should tell then to install IOS3x instead of install patched IOS3x.
    Q: What exactly should i choose from the options?
    A: This depends on what you want, if you want:
    - to be able to use regular homebrew like AnyTitleDeleter(<-very dangerous application), you need a patched IOS36 with trucha bug and/or the identify patch. Which one you need depends on which app you want to use. This patched IOS has to be installed as IOS36, because all old apps only use IOS36.
    - to be able to fully use fstoolbox(<- one of the most dangerous applications), you need an IOS36 with the nand permissions patch. Where you install it, does not matter since you can select which IOS to use in fstoolbox.
    - to be able to use "RawkSD, Rock Band 2 Custom DLC", you need an IOS37 with trucha patch installed as IOS37. The RawkSD package should already provide you with this, using the TBR to install it, is just an alternative to it.
    - to be able to install preloader, you need to install a patched IOS36 with trucha and identify patch as IOS36. If you are able to use preloader then, i can't say, you need to ask somebody who knows more about it, or find a good guide to preloader that was written AFTER the boot2v4/LU64+ Wiis were discovered.
    - to be able to use WAD Manager or any other applications from Waninkoko without installing the cIOS, you need to install a patched IOS36 as IOS249 with all patches. This is a as legal as possible way to install for example custom channels. Please note that most if not all these applications are dangerous, and even even something as simple as installing a custom channel can brick your Wii.
    Q: I can't download the IOS from NUS, how do i get the necessary wads?
    A: There are at least 3 legal ways to get IOS wads for yourself:
    1. Extract them from game discs directly on your Wii using wufe 
    2. Download them at your PC with the NUS Downloader
    3. Extract them from .iso files from backups you created yourself with Trucha Signer or WiiScrubber
    For the IOS15 downgrade you need IOS15v257 and IOS15v266, for the IOS15 restore you need IOS15v266, for IOS36 installations you need IOS36v3094 and for IOS37 installations you need IOS37v3612.
    You may need to rename the .wads to the names the TBR expects.
    Copying these files for other people and uploading them is illegal!
    This application is based on PatchMii by bushing, svpe and tona and also contains code from:
    Raven's Menu Loader Clone (IOS selection code) Waninkoko's WAD Manager (WAD code) AnyTitleDeleter (TITLE_UPPER and TITLE_LOWER) (please notify me if you find other code from other people inside TBR)
  10. Trucha Signer

    Inject Tools, Wii, Virtual Console, Injecting Tools, VC, Tools, WAD, Editing Tools.
    Trucha Signer works on Wii Firmware US 3.2
    by IBNobody.
  11. USBLoaderGX

    USBLoaderGX is a GUI for Waninkoko's USB Loader, based on libwiigui.
    It allows listing and launching Wii games, Gamecube games and homebrew on Wii and WiiU vWii mode.
    Its interface, based on the official theme from Nintendo Wii, is easy to use and perfect for kids and all the family. A lot of options are available and directly editable from the loader's interface.
    Installation :
    1. Extract latest revision to your /apps/ folder
    2. If you want a channel on your console, and/or want to "return to" the loader when exiting a game, download the forwarder for your console and  then, install it with a wad manager.
    Backup and play your games using an external USB device. Launches Wii, Gamecube, Wiiware, Virtual console and homebrew on Wii and vWii Supported Hard Drive format: WBFS, FAT32, NTFS, Ext2/3/4. Custom game sorting and advanced filtering Multiple languages available. Automatic Cover download: Downloads covers, 3D covers, disc images and custom banner animation from internet. Cheat code supports Full parental controls  
  12. Visual Boy Advance GX

    Visual Boy Advance GX is a modified port of VBA-M.
    With it you can play GBA/Game Boy Color/Game Boy games on your Wii/GameCube.
    Wiimote, Nunchuk, Classic, Wii U Pro, and Gamecube controller support Wii U GamePad support (requires homebrew injection into Wii U VC title) Rotation sensors, Solar sensors, and Rumble support Optional special Wii controls built-in for some games SRAM and State saving IPS/UPS patch support Custom controller configurations SD, USB, DVD, SMB, Zip, and 7z support Compatibility based on VBA-M r1231 MEM2 ROM Storage for fast access Auto frame skip (optional) for those core heavy games Turbo speed, video zooming, widescreen, and unfiltered video options Native loading/saving of ROMS and SRAM from Goomba (a GB emulator for GBA) Improved video rendering from RetroArch Screenshots can be displayed on the main menu Fixed pixel ratio mode (1x, 2x, and 3x) Borders (from Super Game Boy games or custom from .png) 240p support
  13. WAD Manager

    WAD Manager es una aplicacion que permite la (des)instalacion de paquetes  en formato WAD (paquetes caseros y oficiales).
    La aplicacion permite navegar al usuario por los contenidos de un dispositivo de almacenamiento para poder trabajar con los paquetes WAD disponibles.

    - SDGecko.
    - Puerto SD interno (con soporte SDHC).
    - Dispositivo de almacenamiento USB (1.1 y 2.0).

    [ COMO USARLO ]:
    1. Copia los paquetes WAD en el dispositivo de almacenamiento.
    2. Inserta el dispositivo de almacenamiento en la Wii.
    3. Ejecuta la aplicacion utilizando cualquier metodo para cargar homebrew.
    4. Selecciona la version de IOS a utilizar. IOS249 recomendado (si esta disponible).
    5. Selecciona el dispositivo de almacenamiento a utilizar.
    6. Navega por los contenidos del dispositivo de almacenamiento y selecciona
       el paquete WAD a (des)instalar.

    [ NOTAS ]:
    - Para poder utilizar la emulacion NAND es necesario tener una copia COMPLETA
      del sistema de ficheros de la NAND en la raiz del dispositivo FAT.

    [ KUDOS ]:
    - Team Twiizers/devkitPRO
    - svpe
    - kwiirk
    - Todos mis betatesters.
    by Waninkoko.
  14. WADder

    WADder is a easy to use channel creator. It creates channels from just a DOL, a few images, and a name. Comes with an installer and easy GUI.
    Install AS AN ADMINISTRATOR!. COPY COMMON-KEY.BIN TO C:\WADDER\ Run WADder from your desktop Enter values for the options. Pay special attention to the Title ID field: this MUST be different for EACH channel on your Wii You must enter something for every option. Do not enter fancy characters for the Channel Name. Banners and icons do not need a special size, they will be internally resized. Sound must be a WAV file, or click silent to not use any sound. Check to disable splashscreen if you want to watch the WADder magic . The splash is a nice coverup to the messy process of making a wad. Click Create WAD! and wait for it to ask you where to save the wad. Choose where and press save! The names of the WADs are CHANNEL_NAME-TITLEID. Choose where to save the images too. They are [channel name]-[banner/icon/logo].jpg. Thanks go out to:
    Team Twiizers for making everything possible and for adding the bubblebreaker game to the HBC Waninkoko for letting us install WADs in the first place. djdynamite123 for initial encouragement and testing IronMask for testing Mrkinator for graphics and testing SpaceJump for ideas and testing deba94 for telling me more about the format of WADs Gally (whoever he is) for writing the U8 tools and the TPL converter Arm the Homeless for Linux discussion to keep me unbored many more (if you feel you should be in this list PM me ) by icefireicefire.
  15. WBFS Manager

    Wii Backup File System Manger 3.0 (WBFS Manager 3.0)
    Written by AlexDP
    First off, I'd like to thank the few people who generously donated their hard-earned money, no matter how much the amount was. 
    Second, I'd like to thank all the translators who put in their own precious time to help with the translations and BarbaxX for the new imagery.
    This is the last major update to WBFS Manager, the following fixes and changes have been made:
    Changes (3.0):
    -Added Channel Creation support. (Disabled by default, to enable go to Options->Channel Creation and Enable. Follow the instructions provided below.)
    -Added "Large Cover View"s, which are two side panels that display the cover for the currently selected item.
    -Added Automatically Check for Updates option (Requires Internet access, can be disabled).
    -Added the option to cancel batch operations (cancellation occurs as soon as the current item is finished).
    -Added drive status indicator under the left-hand list, blue shows amount of used space, green shows amount of used space after adding all entries from the "Games To Add" list.
    -Added Help menu option.
    -Added direct drive-to-drive copying for drive's with similar sector sizes. Drive-To-Drive copying will now first check if it's possible to do direct copying, if not it will revert to indirect copying.
    Fixes (3.0):
    -Fixed the estimated size being wrong for some games.
    -Fixed an issue with CSV files being exported incorrectly sometimes.
    -Save expander states, so the user doesn't have to keep re-opening them each time.
    -Fixed Homebrew Channel creation. (Now using WiiCrazy's USB Loader DOL instead of Yal).
    -Fixed an issue with the "Estimated Total Size" not updating correctly when games were removed from the right-hand list.
    -Now checks the filesystem type of a drive before loading to make sure it's not NTFS, FAT or ext.
    -Fixed an issue with games with ":" or other special characters causing issues during batch extraction.
    -Fixed issue with game regions showing up incorrectly in initial 2.5 release.
    -Fixed issue with RAR files in subfolders not being detected during drag and drop operations.
    -Removed thousandth of a seconds from elapsed time in progress bar.
    -Fixed mislabled blocks status (was Blocks Used, should be Blocks Free).
    -Fixed some other minor issues.
    -Changed installer (now prompts for .NET 3.5 SP1 before installing, also gives options for installing langauges, etc).
    Channel Creation notes:
    -To enable channel creation, go to Edit->Options and click on the Channel Creation tab. Then specify the base WAD file that you want to use, the location of the common-key.bin file, as well as the loader that you want to use. Click OK to confirm the changes.
    -Once channel creation has been enabled, you can choose one or more entries on the Games To Add list then click "Create Channels" (or right click and choose "Create Channels").
        -If you choose multiple entries, you will be asked to choose a folder to save the WAD files in and a batch creation process will begin.
        -If you choose a single entry, you will be prompted for the 4 letter Channel ID you want to use and where you want to save the file.
            -Be careful with the Channel IDs you choose, if you have an existing channel with the same ID, it will be overwritten when you install the channel.
    -If you want, you can specify a USB loader DOL file other than the packaged presets. To do this, fill in the "USB Loader DOL File" setting with the DOL file you want to use, then type in the placeholder title ID in the "Title ID Placeholder" field, then click OK to confirm the changes.
    -A base WAD is not included with this application, you must supply your own. It is best to use a WAD file that belongs to a channel and one that is the same region as your console.
    -The common-key.bin file is not included with this application, you must supply the common-key.bin file.
    Changes (2.5):
    -Added indirect Drive-To-Drive transferring and cloning. (Click Drive-To-Drive expander (the line under the buttons) to show related options).
    -Added automatic RAR archive extraction (drag and drop or use the browse button).
    -Added batch extraction and deletion. (Hold shift to select a range of items, or hold Ctrl to select separate individual items).
    -Added exporting list of games on drive to a .CSV (Comma-separated values) file. Right-click on left-hand list and click export. Can export entire list or only selected items.
    -Added ability to use more than one cover directory (all downloaded covers will still be downloaded to My Documents\WBFS Manager Covers)
    -Added estimated total size for Games to Add list.
    -Added Italian, German and Chinese (Traditional) language support
    -Added information about the number of items in each list.
    -Added message informing user that they're using the wrong version if they try using 32-bit version on 64-bit Windows.
    -Updated some icons and imagery (courtesy of BarbaxX).
    Fixes (2.5):
    -Fixed an issue with some buttons being hidden in some languages. (Now using a toolbar. Click on arrow on right side of toolbar to see any hidden icons).
    -Fixed a bug with the 2.2.2 not working on Chinese OSes (released earlier as Chinese Edition).
    -Fixed some special cases for region codes.
    -Fixed some issues with some translations.
    -Fixed a few other minor bugs.
    Indirect Drive-To-Drive transferring and Cloning/Auto RAR Extraction notes:
    In this version drive-to-drive transferring and Auto RAR extraction are done using an intermediary temporary directory that is set when you first launch WBFS Manager.
    The drive with the temporary directory on it should have at least 4.8 GB free space for single layer games. Double-layer games will require more space.
    You can change the temporary directory by going to Edit->Options.
    To do a drive-to-drive transfer:
    |    1.Load the source drive.
    |    2.Open the Drive-To-Drive section and load the target (secondary) drive.
    |    3.Click "Clone" to copy all games from the source drive to the target drive.
    |    OR
    |    Choose some games from the left-hand list (source drive) using Shift or Ctrl, then click "Copy to this Drive".
    Changes (2.2.2):
    -Improved multilingual support (can now add more languages by dropping "language packs" into the application's directory).
    -Added Dutch support.
    Fixes (2.2.1):
    -Fixed the libwbfs delete bug.
    Changes (2.2.1):
    -Automatic cover downloading (You will be prompted the first time you run the program if you want to enable or disable this. You can also change this setting later from the Edit->Download Covers from Web menu). Please be a bit patient, it takes a couple of seconds to download as the site is somewhat slow. While it's downloading you'll see a placeholder image which will be automatically updated once the download is complete.
    -Added Region code information
    -Changed default location for covers to My Documents\WBFS Manager Covers for better UAC compliance.
    -Added functionality to help debug the "crash on startup" situations, namely what tommyv and kruy are facing.
    -Added Spanish language support, coutesy of dgtor. 
    Fixes (2.2):
    -Kept error messages from appearing when adding multiple files. If an error occurs, the entry will be marked with a red error symbol in the Games to Add list and a tooltip with the error message will appear if you hover the mouse over the icon.
    Changes (2.2):
    -Added multilingual support (currently only French, courtesy of TheCrach), contact me if you'd like to add support for your language.
    -Added Hombrew Channel creation (not completely tested).
    -Added Cover support. Hover mouse over an entry to see the cover.
    -Added support for automatically downloading covers. You will be prompted on the first run to enable or disable it. You can also change this from the Edit->Download Covers from Web menu.
    -Now defaults the selected drive in the drive combo box to the last used drive.
    -Added region code information.
    -Item counts for both lists.
    -Added Check for Updates to Help menu. Currently only links to WBFS Manager blog which will list updates. Plan to implement proper updater later to help everyone keep up to date.
    Cover file instructions:
    Copy covers into the My Documents\WBFS Manager Covers directory to show them in WBFS Manager
    Set your own cover directories from the Edit Menu in WBFS Manager (Edit->Set Covers Directory...).
    All downloaded covers will always be saved in My Documents\WBFS Manager Covers.
    Covers can be disabled by unchecking the Show Covers option (Edit->Show Covers).
    Covers can be in subdirectories.
    Cover files must be named as follows: DISCID.png where DISCID is the 6 letter disc ID for a given game. For example, Wii Sports cover would be: RSPE01.png
    If you use set your own cover directory, that directory will be checked first, then this directory.
    Multilingual support details:
    WBFS Manager will automatically use the language of your operating system if it is one of the supported languages. If you'd like to manually change the language you can do so from the Edit->Language menu.
    Contact me at wbfsmanager { at } gmail.com if you'd like to add support for your language to WBFS Manager.
    Fixes (2.1):
    -No black screen while adding or extracting. Application remains responsive and reports progress.
    -Fixed issue with size information being covered by scroll bars.
    -A few other minor fixes.
    Changes (2.1):
    -Added rename functionality (thanks to Sorg).
    -Application now directly uses libwbfs, rather than using wbfs_win.exe.
    -Added icons for better usability.
    -Added list sorting functionality (right click on each list for the different sort options.
    -Added blocks used to status bar.
    -Added visual indicators to "Games to add" list. Check mark if the iso was copied successfully, red error symbol if the copying the iso failed.
    -Changed "size" label to "estimated size" in the "Games to add" list. Added iso size information. Reported estimated sizes are still estimates and may be significantly different from actual size on WBFS drive. Sizes on the "Games on WBFS drive" list are accurate.
    -Added first time welcome screen with basic instructions.
    -Added "Refresh Drive List" button in case a USB drive was not plugged in when the program started. Clicking Refresh Drive List should show USB drives that were plugged in after WBFS Manager started.
    -Added support for dropping a folder instead of one or more iso files. All iso files in the dropped folder and its subdirectories will automatically be added.
    -Added progress bars and an activity indicator to indicate the program is running and has not crashed to Windows XP users.
    Note: There is no shared code with the other wbfs_win GUI apps that have been released. 
    The wbfs_win.exe from the wbfs_win_delta release is also no longer being used by this application. It now uses a cleaner, less hacky way of using the libwbfs source code for direct manipulation.
    Note 2: Although I've tested this a good deal it's only the first release and it may have some bugs. If you notice any let me know. For the most part everything should be ok as the actual work with the ISOs and WBFS drive are done in libwbfs. Of course, pulling your USB cable out while copying files isn't going to help.
    -.NET Framework 3.5 SP1 (the installer will prompt you to automatically download and install it if you don't already have it.
    Supported Operating Systems:
    -Windows Vista (tested thoroughly. May need to "Run as Administrator" depending on user's settings and UAC settings).
    -Windows 7 (tested and working. May need to "Run as Administrator" depending on user's settings and UAC settings).
    -Windows XP (tested by a few other users, should work fine.)
    What it does:
    This application basically provides a GUI for the command line-based wbfs-win, used for accessing legal Wii Backups stored on disk drives that have been formatted to the WBFS file system.
    It provides all the basic functionality that comes with wbfs-win, including formatting to wbfs, adding backups, getting a listing of backups already on the drive, extracting ISOs from the WBFS drive, etc.
    -Listing of games with titles, sizes and codes.
    -Drag-and-drop support for adding multiple files at once to the WBFS drive.
    -Easy to use interface which also reports available, total and used disk space at a glance.
    -Batch processing of multiple ISOs.
    -Rename discs on the WBFS drive.
    -Batch extract and delete.
    -Indirect drive-to-drive copying and cloning.
    -Automatic RAR extraction.
    -Export list of games to CSV file.
    -Install using setup.
    -Plug in the hard drive or USB stick.
    -Run the application.
    -Choose the correct drive letter.
    -Click Load. (If you haven't already formatted the disk to WBFS, you can do that by clicking Format).
    -You should now see any backups on the drive on the left hand side. 
    -You can drag and drop ISO files from Windows Explorer onto the right hand side or you can click the browse button.
    -Click the Add to Drive button to copy them over to the WBFS drive.
    Completed Future Plans:
    -Using libwbfs directly to achieve greater flexiblity.
    -Use a separate worker thread to improve responsiveness when doing IO operations.
    -UnRar functionality to automatically UnRar files and add the iso to the WBFS drive.
    Remaining Future Plans:
    -ISO library
    -Additional info from ISO (Game image shown in Disc Channel,...)
    DISCLAIMER (Borrowed from Waninkoko, hopefully he won't mind :) )
    Thanks to Kwiirk for the wbfs tool, Sorg for the rename disc functionality, Waninkoko for a good deal of things and Team Twiizers. 
    Thanks to TheCrach for the French translations, BarbaxX for the German, dgtor for the Spanish, cerocca for the Italian and Perugino, villadelfia for the Dutch and IvanChen for the Chinese translations.
    Thanks to BarbaxX for addtional icon and imagery work.
    The UnRar DLL library is used in this application for UnRaring archives.
    Hopefully I've given everyone thier due credit. If you feel you deserve credit for a portion of the code used in this application please let me know.
  16. Wii - GameCube MultiGame ISO Creator

    What's new:
    * Fixed:    Creation and extraction of iso's with more than 3 games.
                Gamenames and banners after the third game showed up as garbage. 
    * Fixed:    DVD size control was not updated if a game was removed with the delete key.
    * Fixed:    Game extraction save dialog accepted invalid filenames, which threw an exception ofcourse.
    * Fixed:    Handle exception if shrinking fails, just add original image to MultiGame ISO.
    * Fixed:    Made ISO extraction more thread safe.        
    * Added:    DVD size control, it shows if, the ISO you are creating, fits on the selected 
                        DVD type (DVD5, DVD9).        
    * Added:    Updated GCOS MultiGame version to v4.0F+ DVD9.
                        dsbomber fixed a bug in the GCOS menu if you have 8 or 9 games on a dvd.
    * Added:    Updated GCOS MultiGame version to v4.0F DVD9.
    * Fixed:    Only first game was found when extracting from GCOS DVD9 ISO.
    * Added:    You can now extract ISO's from all versions of GCOS MultiGame ISO's (v4 and previous versions)
    * Added:    Updated GCOS MultiGame version to v4.0 DVD9.
    * Added:    Extract ISO from GCOS MultiGame ISO
    * Fixed:    Tweaked shrinking code a little bit, more games work, but not all !!
    * Added:    Updated GCOS MultiGame version to v3.0.
    * Fixed:     Rename gamename only showed last typed character.
    * Fixed:     Shrunk images didn't work, fixed it and compared images with images shrunk with GCMUtility v0.5.
                        Tested 10 images, shrunk images where exact copies of output images from GCMUtility.
                        Though, one image didn't work (Mario Golf Toadstool Tour), but neither did the shrunk
                        image from GCMUtility! Maybe somebody knows why...
    * Fixed:    Racing condition in MultiGame ISO creation thread (application lockup)
    *    Added:     "Ignore ImageCheck" in File menu.
    * Fixed:    Renamed "Compress" to "Shrink", because it's more commonly used.

    Create GameCube MultiGame Images for you Wii the easy way !!
    The Image will selfboot on your Wii and GameCube.
    You need a modchip for this.
    .Net 2.0 Framework required.
    Add some GameCube Images (iso, gcm) to the list.
    You can rename gamenames (select game and press F2) and move the images up and down in the list.
    Tick the Shrink checkbox and the Image will be shrunk prior to adding it to the multigame image.
    (Shrunken Images are placed in the "Compressed Images" folder in the application folder.)
    Select the region of your Wii.
    Click "Create MultiGame ISO" button.
    Based on the source of SELFBOOT GCOS MultiGame Version of Emu_kidid.
  17. Wii Backup Manager

    Manage your Wii games on your external hard drive and more.

    Title database
    Support for Multi-language WiiTDB titles.txt.
    Use CustomTitles.txt to store manual entry edits.
    Different colours for each title source. 
    Original = Titles taken from the file because they already match, or don't exist in the databases.
    WiiTDB = Title renamed on the fly from WiiTDB database.
    Custom = Title renamed on the fly from Custom database.
    Enable WiiTDB/Custom titles in the settings dialog.
    Double click to manually edit entries.
    Auto rename titles during drive/WBFS file transfers
    Use on-the-fly titles for FAT32/NTFS files/folders, without changing the internal titles.

    WBFS Drives
    Convert WBFS to CISO, ISO, WBFS File.
    Direct drive to drive transfers.
    Simulated WBFS drives
    Mount any drive with a WBFS folder and use it just like the WBFS drives.
    Use any Filesystem for backup of WBFS files. eg. Mount an NTFS drive with WBFS folder.
    Use the old or new .wbfs storage conventions. ie.A single WBFS folder, or multiple sub-folders. Switch between them in the settings dialog, with the option to auto convert when a drive is mounted.
    Multiple folder layouts.  Title [GameID], Title_[GameID], GameID_Title
    Use sparse ISO on NTFS drives, instead of WBFS files.
    Select WBFS file split size. Auto, Unlimited, 1GB, 2GB, 4GB.
    Mount custom folders on the drive pages.

    Backup DVDs
    Direct rip to ISO, CISO, WBFS file, WBFS.
    Support for Multiboot discs, convert each game partition back to full ISO or transfer to WBFS etc. recovering the game's original disc title and ID.
    Import/Export Files 
    Read RAR, ISO, CISO, WBFS File.
    Write ISO, CISO, WBFS Files.
    Direct conversion from any of the readable formats, to any of the writable formats.
    Transfer any readable format to WBFS or simulated WBFS drives.
    Multiboot ISO support. An entry is added to the file list for each game partition.
    Format drives to WBFS, FAT32 or NTFS.
    Extract RAR files when adding to the files list, or automatically when needed for transfer/conversion.
    Add folders recursively.
    Automatic WBFS file split size.  Unlimited on NTFS, otherwise 4GB.
    Select Wii disc partitions to keep. (Game, remove update or keep all)
    Select Display unit size (auto, MB, GB).
    Hide any drive you don't want to see in the drive menus, format dialog etc.
    Set friendly display names for drives.
    Multi-thread.  Start more than 1 operation at a time. eg. It's possible to rip a DVD to one drive, while transferring files to another.
    Rollup progress panels are shown on the relevent pages for current operations.
    Progress panels show ETA/Total expected time, transfer speed, current transferred size, percentage complete.  
    Any operation can be paused or stopped at any time. Safely stop drive transfers etc. without damaging the file system.
    Buffered transfers for maximum speed, but the speed and ETA etc. can be erratic because of it. Speed is more important IMO. 
    An MD5 Hash is calculated and stored in each disc transferred to a drive, so it's possible to verify the data integrity at a later date. The hash isn't calculated for ISO yet.
    Show/Hide list columns. Drag and drop to rearrange them.
    Incremental search on lists.eg. Quickly type "mar" to go to the next entry that contains that text. Uppercase = Full text search, Lowercase = Use only the start of the title
  18. Wii NAND Dumper

    SD Gecko A way to load homebrew HOW TO USE:
    Insert the SD Gecko in Slot A. Insert a SD card with at least 512 MB of free space. Run the application and wait until it finishes. NOTES:
    The dumped NAND is encrypted. To decrypt it is needed the console's NAND key (do not ask me about how to get it).
    Greetings to #wiidev @ EFnet and ElOtroLado.net.
    by Waninkoko.
  19. Wii Virtual Console Injecting Tools

    VC Injector by Devilken (special thanks to Corsario) WAD Unpacker by BFGR WAD Packer by KiKe AutoInjectuWAD by Creffca (AKA Avicr) CustomizeMii by Leathl U8Tool, VC brlyt Editor, VC Save Icon Generator, VC Save Icon and Save Title Injector, CCF Tool and TPL Editor by HowardC WADder WAD Editor by icefire and Jacol HxD Hex Editor by MaÎl Hˆrz ---------------------------------------------------------
    See instructions how to inject ROMS into WADs with these
    Run the following files to run the tools: (You must run it as administrator)
    Devilken Injector (for use with NES, SNES, N64, NEOGEO games) - Use the CMD to use.
    Write the following commands:
    VC.exe [WAD_name].wad ROM (copy the WAD in folder VC and the ROM in folder ROM) HowardC Tools - Click in folder and choose the tool you want to use. WAD Packer / Unpacker - Use WAD Unpacker.bat for unpacking WADs and WAD Packer.bat to repack WADs. WADder - Click in wadder.exe to run it AutoInjectuWAD (for use in TURBO GRAFX16/PC ENGINE, SEGA GENESIS/MEGA DRIVE) - Run Autoinjectwad Injector v3.exe as  administrator, then select the console in Console Mode, get your TGX16/PCE/SG/SMD WAD and ROM, then select the ROM, then the WAD, write the game's name and press Start! CustomizeMii (only for SG/SMD/TGX16/SMS) Click CustomizeMii.exe, then choose the WAD, edit the title, and choose Create WAD!, save it and start editing the WAD unpacking and editing all the WAD. ___________________________________________________________
    For use HowardC's tools, you must have the Microsoft(R) ActiveX Control Pad installed on your computer, the forms 2.0 library included with any version of Microsoft(R) Office(R) (If you don't have it, download and install the exe file on Windows 95 compatibility mode in: http://download.microsoft.com/download/activexcontrolpad/install/ and Andre's gbalzss LZ77 decompressor.
    You may also require Microsoft .NET Framework 3.5 and 4. (For some programs like CustomizeMii).
    Before using, please open the setuppad.exe file in Windows 95 compatibility mode and install it.
    If you don't follow correctly the instructions that are
    in the video, this WILL HARD BRICK your Wii!!!!!!!!!!!!!
    WHAT ARE YOU DOING!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!
    Thank you very much to downloading!
    by saulfabreg.
  20. WiiColEm

    WiiColEm is a port of the ColEm ColecoVision emulator developed by Marat Fayzullin.
    Super Game Module (SGM) compatibility Multiple video modes (240p, GX+VI, GX) Support for driving, roller, and super action controllers Tilt-based (Wiimote) driving support Cartridge database w/ recommended controller settings and keypad descriptions for most commercial cartridges Cartridge keypad overlays Per-cartridge button mappings Installation
    To install WiiColEm, simply extract the zip file directly to your SD card or USB device (retain the hierarchical structure exactly).
    Cartridge Database
    WiiColem ships with a database that contains recommended settings for most commercial cartridges. These settings cover controls mappings, keypad overlays, keypad button descriptions, and advanced settings (whether the cartridge requires an EEPROM, SRAM, etc.).
    To view/edit the settings applied for a particular cartridge perform the following steps:
    Load the cartridge (via the "Load cartridge" menu item) Return to the WiiColEm menu Select "Cartridge-specific settings" menu item Examine the "Control settings" and "Advanced" settings for the cartridge For more information on mapping controls and creating and/or customizing cartridge settings, see the "Cartridge Settings" section (below).

    The following section contains the "default" control mappings for WiiColEm.
    It is important to note that if the cartridge that is being loaded exists in the Cartridge Database it may contain non-default mappings.
    WiiColEm menu:
    Wiimote: Left/Right : Scroll (if sideways orientation) Up/Down : Scroll (if upright orientation) A/2 : Select B/1 : Back Home : Exit to Homebrew Channel Power : Power off Classic controller/Pro: Up/Down : Scroll A : Select B : Back Home : Exit to Homebrew Channel Nunchuk controller: Up/Down : Scroll C : Select Z : Back GameCube controller: Up/Down : Scroll A : Select B : Back Z : Exit to Homebrew Channel In-game (Keypad):
    The keypad allows you to press keys on the ColecoVision controller keypads. If a description has been provided for the currently selected key it will be displayed above the keypad.
    You can select whether you want emulation to pause while the keypad is displayed via the "Keypad pause" option in "Advanced" settings (pausing is enabled by default). This value can be overridden on a cartridge-by- cartridge basis via Cartridge Settings (see "Cartridge Settings" section, below).
    NOTE: The "Keypad pause" option is not available when the GX+VI or Double strike (240p) video modes are enabled. (Keypad pause is enabled and cannot be disabled).
    When keypad pause is enabled, the keypad will be closed when a keypad button is pressed (or the keypad is explicitly closed). It is important to note that the keypad button will continue to be pressed as long as the controller button is held. This is necessary for games like War Room where you need to hold the keypad buttons down to see the different factories, etc. It is also necessary for games that require a longer button press for the selection to register (Star Trek, etc.).
    When keypad pause is disabled, emulation will continue while the keypad is displayed. The keypad will continue to be displayed until it is explicitly closed.
    It is also important to note that commonly used keys can be mapped to Wii controller buttons (see "Cartridge Settings" section, below).
    Wiimote: D-pad : Choose Key 2, 1, A, B : Press Key + : Close Keypad Wiimote + Nunchuk: D-pad, Analog : Choose Key C, Z, A, B : Press Key + : Close Keypad Classic controller/Pro: D-pad/Analog : Choose Key A, B : Press Key + : Close Keypad GameCube controller: D-pad/Analog : Choose Key A, B : Press Key Start : Close Keypad In-game (Standard):
    Wiimote: D-pad : Move 2 : Left Fire Button 1 : Right Fire Button + : Toggle Keypad Home : Display WiiColEm menu (see above) Wiimote + Nunchuk: D-pad, Analog : Move C : Left Fire Button Z : Right Fire Button + : Toggle Keypad Home : Display WiiColEm menu (see above) Classic controller/Pro: D-pad/Analog : Move A : Left Fire Button B : Right Fire Button + : Toggle Keypad Home : Display WiiColEm menu (see above) GameCube controller: D-pad/Analog : Move A : Left Fire Button B : Right Fire Button Start : Toggle Keypad Z : Display WiiColEm menu (see above) In-game (Super action):
    Very few games use the "spinner" that is a part of the super action controller. You can enable/disable the "spinner" via Cartridge Settings (see "Cartridge Settings" section, below).
    By disabling the spinner, you have more options available for the move controls (Nunchuk analog, both analogs on the Classic and GameCube controllers).
    Wiimote + Nunchuk: D-pad, Analog : Move (if spinner disabled) D-pad : Move (if spinner enabled) Analog : Spinner (if enabled) C, 2 : Yellow Button Z, 1 : Orange Button A : Blue Button B : Purple Button + : Toggle Keypad Home : Display WiiColEm menu (see above) Classic controller/Pro: D-pad/Analog : Move (if spinner disabled) Left Analog : Move (if spinner enabled) Right Analog : Spinner (if enabled) A, R Trigger : Yellow Button B, L Trigger : Orange Button X, ZR : Blue Button Y, ZL : Purple Button + : Toggle Keypad Home : Display WiiColEm menu (see above) GameCube controller: D-pad/Analog : Move (if spinner disabled) Analog : Move (if spinner enabled) C Stick : Spinner (if enabled) A, R Trigger : Yellow Button B, L Trigger : Orange Button X : Blue Button Y : Purple Button Start : Toggle Keypad Z : Display WiiColEm menu (see above) In-game (Driving/Tilt):
    In this mode, you steer by tilting the Wiimote (similar to Excite Truck/Bots). You can adjust the tilt sensitivity via Cartridge Settings (see "Cartridge Settings" section, below).
    Wiimote: Tilt : Steer D-pad : Shift 2 : Gas 1 : Brake + : Toggle Keypad Home : Display WiiColEm menu (see above) In-game (Driving/Analog):
    In this mode, you steer by using the analog controls (Nunchuk, Classic, GameCube). You can adjust the analog sensitivity via Cartridge Settings (see "Cartridge Settings" section, below).
    Wiimote + Nunchuk: Analog : Steer D-pad : Shift C, 2 : Gas Z, 1 : Brake + : Toggle Keypad Home : Display WiiColEm menu (see above) Classic controller/Pro: Right Analog : Steer D-pad : Shift A : Gas B : Brake + : Toggle Keypad Home : Display WiiColEm menu (see above) GameCube controller: C Stick : Steer D-pad : Shift A : Gas B : Brake Start : Toggle Keypad Z : Display WiiColEm menu (see above) In-game (Roller):
    In this mode, the trackball motion is simulated via analog controls (Nunchuk, Classic, GameCube). You can adjust the analog sensitivity via Cartridge Settings (see "Cartridge Settings" section, below).
    Wiimote + Nunchuk: Analog : Move C, 2 : Left Fire (2p) Z, 1 : Right Fire (2p) A : Left Fire B : Right Fire + : Toggle Keypad Home : Display WiiColEm menu (see above) Classic controller/Pro: Left Analog : Move A : Left Fire (2p) B : Right Fire (2p) X : Left Fire Y : Right Fire + : Toggle Keypad Home : Display WiiColEm menu (see above) GameCube controller: Analog : Move A : Left Fire (2p) B : Right Fire (2p) X : Left Fire Y : Right Fire Start : Toggle Keypad Z : Display WiiColEm menu (see above) In-game (Aquattack):
    Aquattack has a very unique control scheme. It uses the keypad buttons to fire in eight different directions. Essentially, it uses the "keypad" as a "d-pad". While the keypad buttons have been mapped to the eight different buttons on the Classic controller (and pro) it is cumbersome to use. In addition to mapping these buttons, a special control scheme has been added to WiiColEm that allows for the use of the right analog stick on both the GameCube and Classic controller/Pro for firing in the eight different directions.
    Cartridge Settings
    WiiColEm contains the ability to manage per-cartridge settings. The settings that can be edited include:
    Control settings Advanced settings (Whether it requires an EEPROM, SRAM, etc.) Control Settings
    The following control options are available:
    The controller type (standard, super action, driving/tilt, driving/analog, roller) Wiimote orientation Sensitivity (Roller and driving controllers) ColecoVision keypad and controller button mappings When mapping buttons, you map a ColecoVision keypad or controller button to one of the "button groups" listed below. This allows you to map a button once across the different Wii controllers.
    You can use the "(View as)" menu item to toggle and view how the ColecoVision buttons are mapped to a particular Wii controller (Wiimote, Nunchuk, Classic/Pro, and GameCube).
    Button 1: Button 2: Button 3: --------- --------- --------- Wiimote : 2 Wiimote : 1 Wiimote : A Nunchuk : C Nunchuk : Z Nunchuk : (n/a) Classic : A Classic : B Classic : X GameCube : A GameCube : B GameCube : X Button 4: Button 5: Button 6: --------- --------- --------- Wiimote : B Wiimote : (n/a) Wiimote : (n/a) Nunchuk : (n/a) Nunchuk : (n/a) Nunchuk : (n/a) Classic : X Classic : R Trigger Classic : L Trigger GameCube : X GameCube : R Trigger GameCube : L Trigger Button 7: Button 8: --------- --------- Wiimote : (n/a) Wiimote : (n/a) Nunchuk : (n/a) Nunchuk : (n/a) Classic : ZR Classic : ZL GameCube : (n/a) GameCube : (n/a) SMB (Network support)
    WiiColEm allows for loading ROMs over the network via SMB. To enable SMB support, you must edit the "wiicolem.conf" file located in the "/wiicolem" directory and provide values for the following:
    share_ip : IP address of the computer to connect to. share_name : Name of the share on the computer. share_user : Name of the user to connect as share_pass : Password for the user Credits
    NeoRame : Icon Pixelboy : Source overlays James Carter : Source overlays Mastershoes : Testing (0.3) Murph74 : Testing (0.2) Astroman : Testing (0.2) Yurkie : Testing (0.1) Special thanks
    Marat Fayzullin : Creating an awesome emulator and answering all of my annoying questions Tantric : Menu example code and SDL enhancements Daniel Bienvenu : Help resolving the Mode 2 issues Opcode : Providing a ROM for testing the Opcode memory expansion and MegaCart(R) support by raz0red.
  21. WiiMC

    WiiMC (Wii Media Centre) is an open source media player for the Nintendo Wii.
    Features include:
    Ability to play virtually any video or audio format DVD playback, with DVD menu support Picture viewer Music player Online media support, including SHOUTcast, YouTube, and Navi-X SD, USB 2.0, SMB, HTTP, and FTP support Attractive libwiigui-based interface, designed with the Wii in mind by Tantric and rodries

  22. Wiimms SZS Tools

    Wiimms SZS Toolset is a set of command line tools to manipulate SZS, U8, WBZ, WU8, PACK, BRRES, BREFF, BREFT, BMG, KCL, KMP, MDL, PAT, TEX, TPL, BTI, main.dol and StaticR.rel files of Mario Kart Wii.
    The toolset consists of the following tools:
    wszst (Wiimms SZS Tool): This is the archive manipulation tool : List, compare, (de-)compress, extract and create SZS, U8, PACK, BRRES, BREFF, BREFT and RARC archives. It is also a wrapper to all other tools. wbmgt (Wiimms BMG Tool): This is the main BMG manipulation tool : Convert and patch raw and text BMG (message) files. wimgt (Wiimms Image Tool): This is the image manipulation and conversion tool : Extract and convert graphic images. The file formats TPL, TEX, BTI, BREFT and PNG are supported. wkclt (Wiimms KCL Tool): This is the main KCL conversion tool : Analyze, modify, export and create KCL and OBJ files. wkmpt (Wiimms KMP Tool): This is the main KMP conversion tool : Analyze, modify, export and create (compile) KMP files. wmdlt (Wiimms MDL Tool): This is the main MDL conversion tool : Decode raw MDL and encode text MDL files. At the moment, it can only be used for analysis. wpatt (Wiimms PAT Tool): This is the main PAT conversion tool : Decode raw PAT and encode text PAT files. wstrt (Wiimms StaticR Tool): This is the StaticR.rel and main.dol manipulation tool : Manipulate the 'main.dol' and 'StaticR.rel' files of Mario Kart Wii. wctct (Wiimms CT-CODE Tool): This command supports the CTGP Revolution extensions, which allow more than 200 custom tracks in only one image.
  23. WiiMod Lite

    WiiMod Lite is a better version of WiiMod with Wii and vWii support that can install WADs, change regions, and more.
    This tool was made by Kkline38 but there's more credits in this program.
  24. Wiiscrubber Kit with multiloader

    This is an updated Wiiscrubber that fixes a few bugs and adds a few features.
    Whats new?
    1. ticket.bin is displayed under the partition.bin breakout 2. cert.bin and tmd.bin can now be different sizes 3. Extra button for Trimming an ISO - this makes an ISO slightly larger than the indicated data size - USES TRUCHA 4. Confirmation window on Shrinking partition 5. Proper Korean key support so can open and scrub/trim/extract/replace Korean ISOs 7. Deleted the 'force Wii' option as I followed the advice of Marcan 8.Partition support corrected due to a Wii limitation on Primary partition (you can only have three partitions in the primary. To paraphrase Star Wars "Many verbatims died to bring you this information"). 9.Can save/load/import crypted partitions making replacement much quicker 10.Full 4 partition offset support 11.Partition titles displayed in the window.  In other words you can easily create a multipartition disc. AKA a multiboot.
    Companion software:
    1. Makewiikeybin. exe - makes a key.bin file for you. Does not contain the actual key but generates it from a simple algorithm. - Decided to remove this from the pack due to some twittering. See links for possible solution - I also recommend hexd.exe. Version 1.1 also generates the Korean kkey.bin. 2. PartitionBuilder - allows you to generate a partition file that can be loaded via wiiscrubber. This means you can now generate an entire partition from a directory of files. So rather than changing one at a time you can extract an entire partition, change whatever files you want and then rebuild. 3. Partition.bin changer - allows you to view/modify the ticket, tmd, certs and h3.bin in one simple editing package Allows trucha signing of ticket and tmd 4. HBC Multiboot file, based on SoftChip, that allows you to select which partition to boot from. i.e. A multiISO loader Bug Fixes:
    1. You can actually load/replace partition.bin again - this was broken in the 1.30 to 1.31 update 2. Shrink partition works correctly now - incorrect size was being copied down - OOOPS. 3. Can change the bootmode of unusually defined boot mode discs 4. Partitions now start on a 0x20000 boundary as the Wii seems to like them that way 5. Partitions in the second partition table now show correctly
  25. Wufe (Wii Update File Extractor)

    With this tool you can insert any Wii DVD game and extract all the update files from the disc, e.g. System Menu WAD files and IOS files. The files are saved to an SD card inserted in the front SD slot.
    This is a fast and simple way to get these files, such as when you're updating IOS by hand to get a game disc to run. It is also part of a suite of soon to be released tools which will add features to Gecko OS and improve game compatibility.
    You need:
    A working Homebrew Channel A FAT32 formatted SD card with at least 200 MB of free space Roughly 15 minutes (depending on SD card speed) Copy the wufe folder to your apps directory on your SD card, then run from the Homebrew Channel. Insert the SD card into the front SD slot. Insert the game disc and press A on the Wii Remote. The files will then extract to your SD card. Please note some system files can take a long time to save to the card as they can be 30+ MB in size, especially the Forecast Channel and News Channel that contain the picture of Earth from space. Disclaimer
    Please only install WAD files if you know what you are doing. This product can not brick your Wii, but installing unknown files on your Wii can. I take no responsibility for the use of this product and what you do with it. This program of course uses no copyright SDK code, keys, certs or any other copyright Nintendo (TM) code.
    by Nuke.
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