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How to Use Common Key Bin Loadstructor to Create Game Channels for Wii

If you want to play games from your Wii's main menu without using any additional homebrew, you can use Common Key Bin Loadstructor to create game channels that boot games from a USB mass storage device. This is a simple and easy way to enjoy your favorite Wii games without needing an SD card or a disc. In this article, we will show you how to use Common Key Bin Loadstructor and what you need to prepare before you start.

What is Common Key Bin Loadstructor

Common Key Bin Loadstructor is a tool that allows you to create game channels for your Wii that boot games from a USB mass storage device with a WBFS partition. It is compatible with any cIOS and any Crap loader, but it also has its own loader called cLoader, which has many features and options. You can use Common Key Bin Loadstructor to create game channels for any game that you have installed on your USB device using WBFS Manager or any USB loader.

What do you need to use Common Key Bin Loadstructor

Before you can use Common Key Bin Loadstructor, you need to have the following things:

A Wii console with Homebrew Channel and cIOS installed.

A USB mass storage device with a WBFS partition and games installed on it.

A common-key.bin file, which you can find by googling for it.

A WAD manager, such as YAWMM, to install the game channels on your Wii.

The Common Key Bin Loadstructor application, which you can download from here.

How to use Common Key Bin Loadstructor

Once you have everything ready, you can follow these steps to use Common Key Bin Loadstructor:

Extract the Common Key Bin Loadstructor zip file and copy the common-key.bin file to the same folder as the Loadstructor.exe file.

Run the Loadstructor.exe file and click on "Add ISO(s)" to select the ISO files of the games that you want to create channels for. You can also click on "Add from WBFS" to read the ISOs directly from your USB device.

Select the loader that you want to use for your game channels. You can choose from any Crap loader or cLoader. We recommend using cLoader as it has more features and options.

Check your settings and adjust them according to your preferences. You can change the video mode, language, Ocarina cheats, Anti-002 fix, alternate DOL loading, etc.

Select an output folder where you want to save the WAD files of your game channels.

Click on "RUN" and wait for the process to finish. You will see a progress bar and a log window showing the status of each game channel.

Copy the WAD files from the output folder to your SD card and insert it into your Wii.

Run the WAD manager from the Homebrew Channel and install the game channels on your Wii. You can choose any IOS slot that you want.

Done. You can now launch your game channels from the Wii's main menu and play your games from your USB device.

Tips and Troubleshooting

Here are some tips and troubleshooting advice for using Common Key Bin Loadstructor:

If you want to test your game channels before installing them, you can use the "Test via WiFi" option in Loadstructor. This will send the game channel to your Wii via WiFi and run it temporarily. You need to have WiFi enabled on both your PC and your Wii for this feature to work.

If you want to change the settings of your game channels temporarily, you can hold the B button while launching them. This will bring up a menu where you can override the default settings for that session.

If your game channels are not working or showing errors, try using another loader or turning on verbose mode for diagnostics. You can also check the compatibility list 9160f4acd4

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