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Revision as of 05:11, 21 May 2020

Nintendont icon.png
TypeConsole emulator
Downloadable via the Homebrew Browser
Wiimote4.svg Nunchuck alternative.svg GameCube Controller Loads files from the Front SD slot Loads files from SDHC cards in the Front SD slot USB mass storage device GameCube Memory Card

Nintendont, initially developed by Crediar, is a homebrew emulator allowing to launch GameCube games on a USB drive or an SD card for Wii consoles and Wii U vWii mode. Nintendont is excellent for loading games and it is very fast. Nintendont is compatible with DIOS MIOS files, but it is also compatible with ISOs. You need to have IOS 58 to use Nintendont.

Prerequisite To Download Nintendont & ISOs

- A Nintendo Wii or Wii U console

- Homebrew Channel installed

- SD card or USB drive formatted in FAT32, to store Gamecube ISOs

- GameCube ISOs

Download & Put Nintendont On Your SD Card

Download the Nintendont archive and extract it to the root of the SD card. Path after extraction "SD: \ apps \ nintendont \ boot.dol, icon.png, meta.xml".

Put ISO On Your USB Drive

Before putting ISOs, start by formatting your USB drive in FAT32 format.

After you format your USB Drive, you can put your ISOs. You must follow these steps to set your ISOs:

- 1.Create a folder called "games".

- 2. Inside the "games" folder, create a folder with the name of your ISO.

- 3. Inside your ISO folder, you must rename it like this: "game.iso"

Set Up Nintendont

Insert your SD card and USB drive into your Wii and start the Homebrew Channel. Then, start Nintendont. The first thing Nintendont will ask you is from which source you want to launch your ISOs. Choose "USB". Nintendont will probe the content of your USB and display the ISOs it contains. Before launching your ISOs, press B button to access the configuration menu. Look for the line "Memcard Emulation" and put on "ON". Return to the screen that lists your ISOs and launch the ISO of your choice by pressing the A button. And There you go ! Your Gamecube ISO launches on your Wii or Wii U vWii !