First of all I want to thank 'zouzzz zzzuoz', AlexLH, GizmoTheGreen and SquidMan.
Thanks to svpe for the ES_DIVerfiy patch.
When the installer finds IOS60 it will patch the ES_DIVerfiy function, so preloader can load the system menu with IOS60.
APRIL FOOLS JOKE
April Fools Joke - 04/01/09. When turning on your Wii, you are greeted with the following message: "NOW REPAIRING DONT TURN OFF". You can just press A+B to skip this screen.
SINCE THIS TOOL CHANGES THE WAY THE WII WORKS IN A WAY IT WAS NEVER INTENDED TO, THERE IS A RISK OF BRICKING YOUR CONSOLE.
I'VE DONE EVERYTHING I CAN TO ASSURE THAT NOTHING WILL BRICK. BUT THIS IS STILL NO GUARANTEE!! THE AUTHOR CAN NOT BE HELD RESPONSIBLE FOR ANY DAMAGE IT MIGHT CAUSE! YOU ACCEPT THAT YOU INSTALL THIS ON YOUR OWN RISK!
What is preloader and what the hell does it do
preloader is a small application which places itself before the system menu.
It's main feature is to directly boot the Homebrew Channel or a file you can install from a FAT device.
preloader is also able to apply memory patches the system menu to remove limitations or other things.
Since preloader places itself before the system menu any problems that would cause the system menu to fail are not causing your whole wii to stop working.
If autoboot is enabled and you want to access preloader's menu simply hold RESET while powering the wii on.
To install additional System Menu patches, simply copy the "hacks.ini" file included with preloader into the root of your SD card.
Then,boot into preloader's settings, and chose to enable or disable the patches in the Hack Settings menu.
Once applied, your patches are placed in NAND, so feel free to erase the file on your SD card.
The format for adding additional hacks, or patches, to your hacks.ini file is simple and should explain itself.
The simplest and safest way to remove preloader is to reinstall the System Menu using AnyRegion Changer or a WAD installer.
(in random order) there are way to many people to greet and before I forget some I just don't list any :P
devkitPro Team Twiizers
- todXXX the sanctuary!
- wiidev (both of them!)
-added a feature to load the system menu with any IOS version you want. -The installer includes an IOS patcher which when found patches IOS60 so preloader can fully work with system menu 4.0 -Moved some text around for better visibility on 4:3 screens -fixed a bug which let the disc endlessly spin when wc24 was enabled and the wii got turned off -fixed a bug which broke system menu loading when the system got formatted -added 'Aprils Fools' joke code.
-rewrote the hacks parser, it's more solid now and detects syntax errors much better -added a new font -optimized the menu layout -you can now add unlimited offsets/value in one hack entry -added beta version related code -added a setting which allows to always turn you Wii off even when standby is enabled -fixed that when shutting down from the System Menu, the Wii always got powered down instead of using the set shutdownmode. -fixed a bug which prevented updating to a non beta version during beta testing -fixed a bug in the System Menu hacks scrolling code
-added a setting to stop the disc when autoboot is disabled -added a setting to return to preloader when Wii titles are using the switch off state -added a setting to show beta updates -added a setting to disable lighting the drive slot on an error -added one message to make the online update not look frozen -errors when parsing the hacks.ini now show the line -preloader now regards the shutdownmode (OFF/Standby) -fixed that under certain circumstances hacks from another version were applied -fixed a settings related bug
-added elf-loading (able to load white-linux!) -added an option to load preloader or the System Menu when the return-to state is used. -made the hacks list scrollable, allowing an unlimited amount of hacks -rewrote the installer -added some interface improvements -fixed the online update -fixed returning to the System Menu, which loaded preloader instead -fixed shutting down from System Menu, which loaded preloader instead -fixed a bug in the "Install/Load File" menu that allowed users to move out of the list -fixed System Menu loading for all System Menu versions -fixed the stuck-systemmenuhack-option bug -fixed the bug that when a nunchuck was connected the System Menu wouldn't load -fixed a bug which caused the Wii to freeze when power was pressed -fixed a bug where only the first Wiimote was powered down when the Wii got turned off