Healths screens Multi-Región / Multi-Idioma

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Feb 21, 2009
  1. lgvenegasg
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    Newcomer lgvenegasg Member

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    Greetings,

    i´ve just made a new pair of files to replace the ones in healthii folder after healthii 1.1 installation.
    With these anyone should be able to create Health screen for any region and language, as i own a NTSC Wii i just tested with French, Spanish and English for NTSC, but i´ve just improved a method from user Duvelke from Netherlands so it should work fine for PAL languages.
    It´s supposed to work even in Japanese :wow: Any volunteer?
    Works great in Windows XP in Spanish, Italian and English. Vista works most of the time if started in safety mode, no luck in Windows 7 yet.

    Ok these are the steps:

    1 (Optional):
    Install Healthii 1.1 then backup packu8.exe and healthii.exe.

    2:
    Unrar and copy these files to Healthii folder (default is c:\healthii).

    Healthii in any language or region


    3:
    run Healthii.exe

    4:
    Select language according to your region.

    5:
    From now on, just follow Healthii standard steps,

    A.- Select MenuSystem of your region.
    B.- Select image for new health screen
    C.- Select image for "Press A". (Optional)

    6:
    Select whether activate or deactivate Healthii Splash Screen. (Deactivated by default)

    7:
    Press create... button. Leave your Pc alone for about 2 minutes.

    8:
    We should have two 2 files in our desktop

    File 1: New_Warning.health, isntall using Healthii at the Homebrew Channel or Healthii Channel. You can rename the file as you want but always keep the .health extension

    File 2: 000000XX.app, just in case we rather use the Softmii Tweaks. Keep in mind that this file should be renamed accordingly:
    00000042.app for NTSC
    00000045.app for PAL
    Sorry, for Japanese i dont know the correct number, if anybody does, please inform to edit the post.

    9:

    Install on Wii, .health files should be in the healthii folder in the SD.

    If you use Softmii Tweaks, then we should copy .app file directly to the Sd root.

    10:
    Turn Wii On and Voila! We should have our customized Health Screen.

    Hope it works for everybody! [​IMG]
     
  2. Djarid

    Newcomer Djarid Member

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    Thanks man, now I can turn my Wii to Dutch again! [​IMG]
     
  3. lgvenegasg
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    Newcomer lgvenegasg Member

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    Hope it works fine for you Djarid, let us know the result.
     

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