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Discussion in 'Wii - Hacking' started by betafour, Jun 10, 2009.

  1. betafour
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    i was thinking that is there any wii application like USB Loader it will load my games via to my PC? i mean i have the iso. files here in my computer i got 20 games in it... and i do not have any like fancy 160GB external hd usb 2.0 stuffs...so i was wondering if i could load my games in pc to wii? ive heard some u could dump dvd via wifi.. i know i dont make any sense... but please tell me if u can help me in my prob thankls..

    edit: im on 3.2U
     
  2. wolffangalchemist

    wolffangalchemist This is bat country!

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    no a wifi loader doesn't exist(i don't believe).
    there is a mod chip that does this i forget what it's called cuz i could care less for since the usbloader was released.
     
  3. Lexip;

    Lexip; GBAtemp Fan

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  4. jan777

    jan777 motion control..? srsly? so 2008. 3DS is teh bombz

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    flatmii
     
  5. zidane_genome

    zidane_genome My sword has a +2 bleeding... wanna test it out?

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    get a FlatMii...

    that's the only thing that will load ISOs from your PC to your Wii...
     
  6. beegee7730

    beegee7730 ITS PAAFEKUTO!

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    Flatmii.
     
  7. zektor

    zektor GBAtemp Maniac

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    Agreed. Screw all that unnecessary modding. The USB Loader not only works extremely well, but with the likes of WBFS manager the ISO's are scrubbed down to a size in which you can store MANY games on a relatively small drive and run without the need (afterward) of the PC at all. It really is the ultimate in loading and a leap forward from the days of the "traditional" backup.