CrazyLoad

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  1. WiiCrazy
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    download here : http://www.tepetaklak.com/data/CrazyLoadV0.1.rar

    Here is the readme

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    04/10/2009 WiiCrazy (I.R.on)
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    1. What's CrazyLoad?
    - Just a quick wiiload implementation.
    
    2. What use?
    - You can boot applications from your pc
    - You can send applications to homebrew channel for installation
    
    3. How?
    - Configure your ip and just choose the dol/elf file and click Launch button...
    - Or if you want to install a new application, select the root folder of the app and click install...
    
    4. What do I need?
    - You need .Net Framework 2.0 installed and a duo of wii and pc connected to a network.
    
    5. Bugs?
    - Probably there are, this is just a quick hack.
     
  2. tj_cool

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    Another great app/program [​IMG]
     
  3. Adr990

    Adr990 To boldly go where no man has gone before!

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    Thanks! [​IMG]

    I couldn't get the new Wii Load to work. (since the old one doesn't work anymore with HBC 1.0.5)

    So this one might work with 1.0.5. Thanks a lot!

    Great job!
     
  4. wiiman123

    wiiman123 GBAtemp Advanced Fan

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    Good work [​IMG]
     
  5. Antonito

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    Hello,

    Is it possible to launch homebrew from the Wii menu without being in the HBC?

    Excuse me for my English, I am French and this is a google translation

    In french :

    Bonjour,

    est-il possible de lancer les homebrews depuis le menu Wii, sans être dans l'HBC ?
     
  6. tj_cool

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    Yeah, if you install a forwarder for each app
     
  7. Antonito

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    Ok, thank you, but I wanted to run my consoles, and then pass the warning screen, and presto! My homebrew is launched!

    I know this is possible via the preloader, but I do not want to do this!

    In french :

    Ok, merci, mais j'aurai voulu lancer ma consoles, puis passer l'écran d'avertissement, et hop ! Mon homebrews se lance !

    Je sais que c'est possible via le préloader, mais je n'ai pas envie de faire ceci !
     
  8. tj_cool

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    Well I don't think there is another way

    There is an app that can boot different things depending on what button you press at the Health screen, but it needs preloader...
     
  9. Antonito

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    Thank's...


    Too bad, it's not important.

    In french :



    Merci...

    Tans pis, ce n'est pas important...
     
  10. giantpune

    giantpune GBAtemp Addict

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    nice. any chance of adding the USB gecko COM stuff from wiiload?

    also, bug report- it crashed when i clicked the load button with no executable in it.
     
  11. WiiCrazy
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    Possible, need com implementation in .net though, I hate invoking command line programs from a gui... and distributing original wiiload along with this is a violation of it's licenses.