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| author = [[User:The_Lemon_Man|The Lemon Man]]
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| type       = NANDloader
| version = rev 11
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| author     = [[User:The_Lemon_Man|The Lemon Man]]
| source = http://github.com/LemonBoy/taiko
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'''''Taiko''''' is an opensource NANDloader for Nintendo Wii channels but focused on the use with Wiiware/Virtual console channels. The NANDloader is a little piece of code embedded in each channel and bootstrapped by the system menu when you click the "Start" button on the Wii.
== General description ==
 
 
 
'''Taiko''' is an opensource NANDloader for Nintendo Wii channels but focused on the use with Wiiware/Virtual console channels.
 
The NANDloader its a lil piece of code embedded in each channel and bootstrapped by the sysmenu when you click the "Start" button on the Wii.
 
  
 
== Features ==
 
== Features ==
 
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* Nearly 100% compatibility with any channel
* Nearly 100% compatibility with any channel.
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* Exclusive LZ77 0x10/0x11 decompression code
* Exclusive LZ77 0x10/0x11 decompression code.
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* Built-in Video mode patcher
* Builtin Video mode patcher.
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* 002-error blocker
* 002-error blocker.
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* Ram patching engine
* Ram patching engine.
 
  
 
== How to use it ==
 
== How to use it ==
 
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You must replace by hand the title NANDloader either with '''[[FSToolbox]]''' or some other software, then press reset when you boot the game and the taiko menu will appear.
You must replace by hand the title nandloader either with '''[[FSToolbox]]''' or some other software, then press reset when you boot the game and the taiko menu will appear.
 
 
At the moment the configuration saver is broken and wont save the settings for each game, feel free to submit a patch for the issue :D
 
At the moment the configuration saver is broken and wont save the settings for each game, feel free to submit a patch for the issue :D
  
 
== Credits ==
 
== Credits ==
 
 
* DevkitPPC & libOGC team
 
* DevkitPPC & libOGC team
 
* PuyoPopTools project for LZ77 0x11 decompression routine
 
* PuyoPopTools project for LZ77 0x11 decompression routine
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* megazig for giving solutions for anything :D
 
* megazig for giving solutions for anything :D
 
* #hackerchannel folks for anything else
 
* #hackerchannel folks for anything else
 
  
 
[[Category:Homebrew applications]]
 
[[Category:Homebrew applications]]

Revision as of 00:28, 18 October 2009

Taiko
General
TypeNANDloader
Versionrev 11
Links
Source

Taiko is an opensource NANDloader for Nintendo Wii channels but focused on the use with Wiiware/Virtual console channels. The NANDloader is a little piece of code embedded in each channel and bootstrapped by the system menu when you click the "Start" button on the Wii.

Features

  • Nearly 100% compatibility with any channel
  • Exclusive LZ77 0x10/0x11 decompression code
  • Built-in Video mode patcher
  • 002-error blocker
  • Ram patching engine

How to use it

You must replace by hand the title NANDloader either with FSToolbox or some other software, then press reset when you boot the game and the taiko menu will appear. At the moment the configuration saver is broken and wont save the settings for each game, feel free to submit a patch for the issue :D

Credits

  • DevkitPPC & libOGC team
  • PuyoPopTools project for LZ77 0x11 decompression routine
  • stev418 for many many tests and for pointing out the reverse order in the compression :D
  • megazig for giving solutions for anything :D
  • #hackerchannel folks for anything else