I agree that asking for wads is not the best. Edit: I'm currently running 3. I understand the very basic concept that you can't distribute the actual games; I learned that from the first part of your post - the part that was informative. Listen all I said is you were not helpful to me - you can't tell me otherwise I'm the party directly involved. I use Multi-Mod Manager, and you can download it from Then, you have to download the channel forwarder Wad. This enables you to carry it on a thumb drive to use on other computers, without having to worry that stability gets affected, since registries are not modified during the process.
If you delete Nintendont from the Homebrew Channel, the channel will crash when you try to load it. You won't need it anymore, so at this point it's safe to delete it. However, it looks like We Hack Wii and every other site imaginable are long gone, with no backups. . I'd say the Donkey Kong Country s as well but I don't want to hassle people too much. You'll need a Wad Manager to install the Nintendont channel forwarder. Editing involves basic operations like copy, cut, paste, rename, or delete.
When it finishes installing, press the Home button to leave the program. Edit options, and extra tools Loading a file can easily be done through drag and drop, or selecting an entire directory for its content. Anyone to point me in the right direction would be greatly appreciated! I also agree that providing some helpful links, if available, with instruction on how to do it yourself, is good too. If you want to delete the channel, press the Wii button in the bottom left corner of the home menu, and press Channel Manager. Just like computers read different kinds of files depending on purpose, so do console rely on their own supported formats. Now whenever you go back to the home menu, there will be a new channel that has the GameCube logo on it.
In the past, this wouldn't of been much of an issue - just download another copy. As such I'm telling you exactly what would have been helpful - I don't care if you're reading into that as an inflection of my character; I feel like there's irony somewhere in this; I'm the ass, but you're being helpful by practically telling me 'Idk lol why don't you just buy the game' in a sub-section entirely devoted to emulation. Select Nintendont, and click Delete. Now you can open it just like any other channel. Additional tools are at your disposal. Any editing or consequences are your own responsibilities, since erroneous changes can damage the target device. If possible I'm looking to get a copy of The Legend of Zelda: A Link to the Past, and Kirby's Dreamland 3.
Press A, then select the. Sorry to drag up an old thread. The channel is not a copy of Nintendont; it simply loads it like homebrew. . . .
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