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# Extract both the exploit and HackMii installer in an easily accessible folder, such as your Desktop (pic. 1).
# Open up the folder called '''<tt>hackmii_installer_X</tt>''' ( where X relates to your version as shown in pic. 2).
# Copy file '''<tt>boot.elf</tt>'''{{refUser:Hallowizer/TemplateRef|boot_elf_note|BThe other three files contain information that made the creation of this tutorial possible but are not needed in the actual installation and use of the [[HackMii Installer]]}} to your SD card (pic. 3).
# Finally, from the exploit archive, copy the folder called '''<tt>private</tt>''' to your SD card. Your SD card should look like pic. 4.
If you're one of the late-comers to the Wii party you may have had to install BootMii via IOS.
In that case you have to run BootMii by going into The HBC and hit the "Home" button on your Wii Remote.
Place your cursor onto the "Launch BootMii" selection and press A.{{refUser:Hallowizer/TemplateRef|A_btn_note|COnce you press A on your Wii Remote it will power off and be unusable. You have to use a GameCube controller plugged into slot #1, or the three buttons on the front of the console.}}
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== Notes ==
 : {{note|boot_elf_note|B}} The other three files contain information that made the creation of this tutorial possible but are not needed in the actual installation and use of the HackMii installer.User: {{note|A_btn_note|CHallowizer/TemplateReferences}} Once you press A on your Wii Remote it will power off and be unusable. You have to use a GameCube controller plugged into slot #1, or the three buttons on the front of the console.
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