Hacking Having problems getting to work Wiiload

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I had Wiiload working on my Windows Vista PC and I had to reformat the drive.

I'm trying to set it up again and I can't get it to work.

I followed everything I could find about intergrating it into the shell so I could just right click on a dol or elf, but noting worked.

A DOS prompt would flash up for a half sec and the dissappear before I could read what it said and nothing on the Wii.

I though maybe I was intergrating it in the shell wrong, but I tried some of the applications that supposedly do it for you and northing.

I even found the file I made last time to install the registry edits and it didn't do anything different.

Tonight I figured I would try dropping a dol on the Wiload.exe file directly like it says to do at http://wiibrew.org/wiki/Wiiload and nothing different, so at this point I know it is not the shell intergration, but something with Wiiload and my network.

I do have the environmental variables set as WIILOAD and my IP address of 192.168.1.195.

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My network is working becuae I can reach the Wii thru FTPii and Filezillia at the same IP address.

Any suggestions arer greatly appreciated.
 

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I'm really surprised that no one has any suggestions for this problem.
I would think with all the knowledgeable users out there I would get some help on this matter.
 

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Thank you.

I will try that tonight when I get home even thought I don't recall it being that way when it worked before or on my son's system.


Edit: I checked when I got home and the enviroment variable was set to tcp:192.168.1.195, rebooted the system again and it still does not work.

I tried running it from a command prompt again and it did work this time.

So it must be my registry entries.

Should the file in the System32 directory be Wiiload.exe or just Wiiload?
 

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My system variable are set correctly tcp:192.168.1.195 and I can get wiiload to work from a command prompt or if I drop a dol, elf or wad onto the wiiload exe file, but I just can not get it to work from the Windows shell.

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The registry edits that I'm inserting during the merge step are as follows...

Windows Registry Editor Version 5.00

[HKEY_CLASSES_ROOT\.dol\shell\Send to Wii\command]
"@=wiiload %1"

[HKEY_CLASSES_ROOT\.elf\shell\Send to Wii\command]
"@=wiiload %1"

[HKEY_CLASSES_ROOT\.wad\shell\Send to Wii\command]
"@=wiiload %1"
 

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