How to Create Wads for Wii

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How to Create Wads for Wii
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WADs are channels that can be installed on the Nintendo Wii. Examples of WAD channels are the Game Disc channel, Internet channel and the Shop channel. When using a modded Nintendo Wii, users have the option of home brew media players as well as emulators. It is useful to create your own emulator or media player WAD channels so you can boot the home brew Wii applications directly from the Wii's main menu.

Skill level:
Moderately Easy

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Things you need

  • Customise Mii (available online)

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Instructions

  1. 1

    Navigate to the Customize Wii website (see Resources) and select the Customize Mii link under "Links." Once downloaded, extract Customize Mii using an unzipping program. Double-click "CustomizeMii.exe" to open the software. Customise Mii will open in the "Source" tab.

  2. 2

    Select a base WAD from the list and tab over to the section titled "Title." Enter a title for your WAD in the "All Languages" box. Click "preview" to preview your selections before continuing on to the next tab.

  3. 3

    Select the "Options" tab. You can choose alternate options such as changing the dol or Wii's executable file location, the start-up Internal Operating System and adding a new sound for the WAD channel you're creating. You need to use a small sound clip to avoid the Wii crashing.

  4. 4

    Select the "Banner" tab and choose the banner you would like. You can also choose an "icon" from the "Icons" tab. Select "Preview" to verify your selection before continuing.

  5. 5

    Create you WAD when you are finished editing the Wad channel to your liking by clicking "Create WAD." Choose a directory to which to save your WAD. You can now install the WAD channel on your Wii using a WAD manager.

Tips and warnings

  • Have Priiloader or BootMii installed on your Wii in case of a brick.

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