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    Default USB loader guide

    This is just a basic guide on what i do in order too play usb loader games, others may do it differently, but this works 100% for me.

    Extracting Games And Importing Into HDD/USB

    This is a tutorial on how i would go about installing downloaded wbfs files into your external harddrive or usb drive.
    You will need the following programs in order to do this:

    Wii Backup Manager (http://www.4shared.com/file/qHk-M2iI...38Build61.html)
    WBFS Manager 3.0 (http://wbfsmanager.codeplex.com/)

    Step 1:
    Firstly, you will need too download games that are compressed into cISO or WBFS format, these can be found
    on several websites, i prefer http://wiiso.com/ .

    Once downloaded, unzip the files and you will have your desired game in 1 .WBFS or .cISO file ...
    Example: game.wbfs or game.ciso

    Open up Wii Backup Manager.

    In the main window, click the [Files] tab and click [Add] / Files..
    Select the compressed game and click ok.
    Tick the file with the provided select box.

    Now in the same window, click the [Transfer] menu and select ISO..
    Click ok.

    The file will start extracting into a large 4gb+ ISO for the next step.

    Step 2:
    Open up WBFS Manager 3.0

    Insert either your External Hdd or USB, and click [Refresh Drive List]

    Select your Hdd or USB drive.

    Now click [Format] and this will format your storage device into a compatable drive for your Wii.

    Now click [Load].

    In the 2nd tab too the right, click [Browse].
    Now browse for the ISO file you extracted in step 1.

    The file will load into the right window tab.

    Click [Add to Drive].

    This will upload the file into your storage device.

    Now simply plug the device into your Wii, load up your app and your away.

    I have tested this on USB Loader GX only, and have had no problems what so ever.

    I found this somewhere and I wanted to share it here hope it helps

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    Thanks friend, good guide

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