The installer uses the IOS bases from sd/usb (you can get them via NUS Downloader) or download them using the wii internet connection directly.
Launch the Homebrew Channel, start the installer and follow the instructions on the screen.
What you need, instructions, section I - Downloading, extract d2x cIOS Installer and put it in the apps folder on your SD Card.When done installing, press A to return, and set the options to the following: Select cIOS: v10 beta52 d2x-v10-beta52, select cIOS base: 58, select cIOS slot: 251, select cIOS version: 65535.The easiest way is the installer.Select cIOS slot: 250, select cIOS version: 65535, once set, press A to install.Dirname : usbloader_gx - Uloader, in version.1 minimum.Dirname : usbloader or usbloader_cfg.Dirname : wiiflow - Configurable usb loader, in version 70 minimum.It installs the cIOS directly, so a WAD Manager is not needed.Notes v65280, nA, stub IOS released alongside.Dirname : uloader - Wiiflow, in version.2 (or r302) minimum.



IOS 36 v3351 - IOS 38 v4123 - IOS 57 v5918 - IOS 80 v6944.
This is required if you want to load games with a USB Loader.
It was told to be replaced by a stub along with the System Menu.2 update (see below).Download link: ModMii for Windows, from ModMii's Main Menu, enter "4 then "beta".This tutorial will tell you how to install cIOS (custom IOS).Install cIOSs using a WAD Manager -.e.Dirname : neogamma - Usb Loader gx, mo slo 4biz crack in version.2 minimum.Press A to start the install.WiiModmmmyawmm (available on ModMii's Download Page 2) d2x-cios-installer, download the latest d2x-cios-installer from its google code page: d2x cIOS installer, extract it into the apps folder of your sd card or usb device.Section II - Installing.Insert your SD Card into your Wii, and launch d2x cIOS Installer from the Homebrew Channel.You might want to rename it before extracting the d2x package.



Once you have the wad you can install them with a WAD Manager.
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