We are proud to present HackMii Installer v0.1. This is one executable that can We are proud to present HackMii Installer v0.1. This is one executable that can install the Homebrew Channel and DVDX on any Wii, with any System Menu version. It can be used with Comex s BannerBomb on System Menu 4.0, or on our Twilight Hack on earlier versions, or through the Homebrew Channel or any other method to run homebrew software on your Wii.
BootMii is a set of software that can be installed on Nintendo Wii consoles to provide added functionality, safety and convenience.
download the file, make a new folder named BootMii and put the installer_beta1.elf in that folder. rename installer_beta1.elf to boot.elf and then move the BootMii folder to the apps folder on your SD card. Then launch from the homebrew channel
BootMii for Users:
BootMii is a piece of software that can be installed as an IOS or inserted into the boot process. As an IOS, it provides a fast way to back up your Wii's internal NAND flash memory, and will eventually form the basis of a new generation of homebrew applications for the Wii. Inserted into the boot process, BootMii provides you with a "safety net" -- you can back up your entire Wii to SD in under three minutes! If you were to brick your Wii, BootMii would still run and let you restore your backup from SD, quickly and painlessly. BootMii also allows you to directly boot the Homebrew channel or other homebrew from SD, bypassing the "warning screen" and the rest of the menu.
You will have full access to both processors inside the Wii, and can inject code anywhere into the boot process. Want to write your own system menu? Stick it on your SD card and boot it. BootMii is powered by USBGecko -- as with the Homebrew Channel before it, you can upload code and run it via USBGecko. With BootMii, you can upload code to either processor a few seconds after poweron.
Q: Why won t my wiimote sync in the BootMii menu?
A: Due to architectural limitations, we can t access the WiiMote. Use a GC controller or the Power/Reset buttons.
Q: Why do I have all of these bad blocks in my NAND?
A: The NAND Flash chips used in the Wii come with up to 80 bad blocks from the factory. This is normal.
Thanks to Soragon for the guide.