After a LOT of request to make the channels, I decided to write an guide. So there it goes. I'll update it with pictures tommorow, maybe. ====================================================== First, make 2 folders. To make it simple, call them "Folder 1" and "Folder 2". Put this: VC Injector in Folder 1. Also put "cmd.exe" (it's in WINDOWS/System32, you could also go to START->Search->type in cmd.exe)in the Folder 1. And then, put this: Wad packer and unpacker in Folder 2. Also include "common-key.bin" in both of these folders (Remember that the common-key.bin can't be hidden) Now, get a wad. For simplicity, you can use my already-made game channel wad, like this one: http://www.mediafire.com/?jy5yry2atzo. Rename it to "in.wad" and put in Folder 2. Now, run "WAD Unpacker.bat". It should create an folder. Copy the contents of that folder into the "Folder 2". Now, run the WiiScrubber. Go to the DATA partition and extract the "opening.bnr". Put it in the Folder 2 and rename to 00000000.app (replace the older 00000000.app). Now open your favourite hex editor, and open the 00000001.app file. Press Ctrl+F and find the word "subsystem". Scroll up a little and you should see a game id (e.g RZDP01). Replace it with the game you want to boot from this channel (For example, if you want to boot PAL version of Mario Galaxy, replace RZDP01 with RMGP01). Save and exit. Now, run the "Wad Packer.bat". "Out.wad" should be created. Move it to the "Folder 1". Run cmd.exe and write: Code: vc out.wad After some random numbers, it will ask you for the channel's region. Select one and press enter. Then it will ask you for the 4-digit channel's ID. Be creative! For example. If you want to run Mario Galaxy, write in SMGA or MARG or something like that. Just be sure your new channel's ID won't overwrite the ones on your NAND! And for Christ's sake, don't use ID's like HACA, HABA, HAGA!!!...It will overwrite Shop/News/Weather channels! After you give your channel an ID, press enter and your wad will be created (it'll be called title.wad) It's now ready to install. Enjoy!