Is there anyway to go directly back to the boxart screen instead of re

Discussion in 'Wii - Backup Loaders' started by delt31, Dec 5, 2009.

  1. delt31
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    I want to skip the hassle of restarting the wii after I'm done playing a game with the usb loader. I want to go directly back to the box art selection screen. Is there anyway to do this with the config USB loader?
     
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    Each of the loaders (Config included) contain a .dol file which is for use with "PriiLoader/Preloader". This file should be copied to the root of your SD Card / USB Drive.

    Then instlall PriiLoader, which executes prior to normal boot up, it can point to a that file to load instead of the normal system menu.

    PriiLoader can be found here: link

    I use it to load CFG automatically on my Wii and it works great.

    Good Luck,

    Jason
     
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    thanks! Seems like this will boot the wii right to the usb config. However is their no soft reset within the usb loader to bring the wii back to it's menu without actually restarting the wii at all? Simply like an "escape" from the game itself once its loader to go back to the usb loader and load another game. Similar to the way emulators work?
     
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    This would be great, but not sure its possible
     
  5. ballboff

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    In preloader you can set the autoboot to file (usb loader), and "return to" to file. Then during a game if you press home and press exit it will reload the usb loader. However, I would as a safe measure put preloader on the "shutdown to" option, so you can still access the wii main menu just by pressing power off or standby on the wii remote.