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    Default [TUT] How to install Homebrew/ Pull an ISO/ Install a Mod Menu

    so you have a new wii and want to start modding it?? but you have noo fucking clue where to start??

    Installing Homebrew
    First we're going to softmod your wii using the smashstack exploit
    this requires:
    -4.3U firmware on your Wii
    -2gb SD card (make sure its SD and not SDHC)
    -Super Smash Bros Brawl game
    -These files HERE

    for the rest of the instructions just watch this video


    Extracting an ISO

    this is for people who want to extract ISO's off the CD's they already have. I personally use Wiiflow but i know for a fact other USB loaders can Rip ISO's, if you do just figure out how to rip the ISO and skip to step 6.

    Step 1.Make sure wiiflow is working on your wii
    Step 2.start wiiflow (Note:you will need some external memory device)
    Step 3.go to setting and click on install game
    Step 4.Insert CD
    Step 5.Click ok and wait for wiiflow to download the game onto your external memory device
    Step 6.Once its done plug your external memory device into your computer, you will notice the game is in .wbfs format on your memory device
    Step 7.Run Wii Backup Manager and find the location of the game in .wbfs format
    Step 8.once it shows up select it by clicking the box on the first column
    Step 9.Click the Transfer button then click ISO and choose where you want the new ISO file to be located
    Step 10.Sit back and wait, once its done you will have the ISO file for the game you want

    Installing Mod Menu

    for another Tutorial with pictures you can go here

    for a Tutorial on how to add things to mod menus go here


    Step 1.Download the necesary tools here
    Step 2.Choose and Download the mod menu .ff file here
    Step 3.Open in .ff viewer and open raw directory
    Step 4.Find logic.gsc or globallogic.gsc and open it so you see the script
    Step 5.scroll down and find where it says host name, host email, youtube
    Step 6.you need to replace host name with your exact in game name, the others are optional, then SAVE (make sure its named common_level_temp_mp)
    Step 7.In Trucha Signer folder open wiikeyset and click ok when prompted
    Step 8.open Trucha Signer progam and click Select Keyset and click custom keyset1
    Step 9.Open ISO then click on CD icon,open partition,then open root folder and scroll down and find common_level_temp_mp.ff
    Step 10.Right Click and then click replace
    Step 11. Find the common_level_temp_mp.ff file with the mod menu and select it
    Step 12.Scroll back up to the partition and right click it, then select trucha sign it, then close the window
    Step 13. you now have a modded ISO!! Congrats!! load it back up to your external memory device using whichever method you prefer and then plug that baby back into your wii and run the game through wiiflow or whatever usbloader you use
    NOTE: Modded ISO's at the moment only work in Private when your the host

    P.S Black ops ISO's must be set on any cIOS with Base57 to run properly
    if you need to install a cIOS with base 57 then download this app

    Hermes cIOS222 v5.1
    http://www.mediafire.com/?9u4c2kdsq5no52z

    this video will show you how to install teh cIOS's, i know i posted v5.1 and the video shows v5.0 but you literally install the same exact way with the same bases



    when you go to your USB loader make sure Black Ops is set to run on IOS 224 and you're good to go

    I'll update this should anything change in the process, to add pictures, or when i get time i'll add all exploits used to install homebrew
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    thats wierd...cause I run my black ops off of IOS 249....but great guide and I hope it will help a lot of people

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    i use 250 base 57

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    ehhh most people run it off of 224 as far as i know, or anything with base 57

    updated: included link for Hermes cIOS installer for people who need to install a cIOS with Base 57

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    how many gb does sd have to be so i can wiiflow the black ops

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    1 or 2 gb

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    ok i cant seem to get wiiflow to load what should i do

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    Quote Originally Posted by *TK|R3Ck$ View Post
    ok i cant seem to get wiiflow to load what should i do
    You don't have to use wiiflow its just my preference...what's not working?? Is it just not loading? Or is it saying your HD isn't there when it really is?

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    For wiiflow to download the game onto your external memory device how big would the external memory device have to be? i have a 2gb usb is that enough?

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    Quote Originally Posted by Notorious View Post
    Extracting an ISO

    this is for people who want to extract ISO's off the CD's they already have. I personally use Wiiflow but i know for a fact other USB loaders can Rip ISO's, if you do just figure out how to rip the ISO and skip to step 6.

    Step 1.Make sure wiiflow is working on your wii
    Step 2.start wiiflow (Note:you will need some external memory device)
    Step 3.go to setting and click on install game
    Step 4.Insert CD
    Step 5.Click ok and wait for wiiflow to download the game onto your external memory device
    Step 6.Once its done plug your external memory device into your computer, you will notice the game is in .wbfs format on your memory device
    Step 7.Run Wii Backup Manager and find the location of the game in .wbfs format
    Step 8.once it shows up select it by clicking the box on the first column
    Step 9.Click the Transfer button then click ISO and choose where you want the new ISO file to be located
    Step 10.Sit back and wait, once its done you will have the ISO file for the game you want
    Im guessing step 7-10 is done on computer? If this works you'll be my hero I was actually just looking (this morning) for a tut just like this on google :P

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