Healthii

science

science rules
OP
Member
Joined
Jun 9, 2006
Messages
3,697
Trophies
1
Age
31
XP
1,174
Country
Canada
Healthii
v1.0
Healthhii is an application for your PC which allows you to replace the health and safety warning with a picture of your choice. This is only compatible with 3.2U and 3.2E currently. Also, you need to have a Windows PC.

wii.gif

How to use said:
You just install the app, run it, then click Open WAD. Find a system menu WAD (version 3.2) for your region and open it (you can get from bushing's semi-brick-fix discs). then browse for a picture to use with the Health Image section. Once you are done, click Create Health Warning! and wait while your computer works. When it is done a dialog box will come up asking to save the .health file. save it anywhere, and Healthii will exit. Put your .health file on the SD card in /healthii/ and run the installer from HBC etc, and it will auto-install.

download.gif
 Download
icon11.gif
 More Info
discuss.png
 Discuss
 

OSW

Wii King
Former Staff
Joined
Oct 30, 2006
Messages
4,787
Trophies
0
XP
461
Country
Yeah, there are plenty of ways to get system menu wad, including wiiscrubber, wufe, semi brick disk etc.

PS: Healthii is apprarantly obselete now in favour of the new system menu skinning applications (mymenu i think?)
 

You may also like...

General chit-chat
Help Users
  • No one is chatting at the moment.
  • DinohScene @ DinohScene:
    it's a never ending battle to collect, restore and take care of those poor machines
    +1
  • DinohScene @ DinohScene:
    if only they could talk
    +1
  • DinohScene @ DinohScene:
    it be one noisy room
    +1
  • M4x1mumReZ @ M4x1mumReZ:
    I have around maybe 13-14 consoles.
  • M4x1mumReZ @ M4x1mumReZ:
    Woah, how dusty is your PS3?!
  • DinohScene @ DinohScene:
    not the worst dust in a PS3 I ever seen
    +1
  • M4x1mumReZ @ M4x1mumReZ:
    Hopefully mine hasn't collected any.
  • M4x1mumReZ @ M4x1mumReZ:
    Its still working fine surprisingly.
  • DinohScene @ DinohScene:
    if mine ever YLOD, I'll replace the caps
    +1
  • DinohScene @ DinohScene:
    for now, I'm more worried about the original Xboxes I have
    +1
  • M4x1mumReZ @ M4x1mumReZ:
    It's only the older revisions that have leaky caps.
  • DinohScene @ DinohScene:
    and the Trayloader G3 iMac...
    +1
  • M4x1mumReZ @ M4x1mumReZ:
    v1.6x should be alright.
  • DinohScene @ DinohScene:
    all xboxes suffer from shit caps
    +1
  • DinohScene @ DinohScene:
    capacitor plague
    +1
  • M4x1mumReZ @ M4x1mumReZ:
    Oh, I know a lot about capacitor plague.
  • DinohScene @ DinohScene:
    not to mention the fact that capacitors simply have a shortish lifespan, even newer ones ;p
    +1
  • M4x1mumReZ @ M4x1mumReZ:
    Somebody stole an unfinished capacitor recipe, working for Nichicon, gave it to a Chinese factory and made tons of them.
  • DinohScene @ DinohScene:
    decade worth of timebombs in all sorts of electronics
    +1
  • DinohScene @ DinohScene:
    anyway, I'm off
    +1
  • M4x1mumReZ @ M4x1mumReZ:
    This occured on many computer motherboards and other electronic devices.
  • M4x1mumReZ @ M4x1mumReZ:
    Aight, see ya later.
    M4x1mumReZ @ M4x1mumReZ: Aight, see ya later.