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READ THE INCLUDED README BEFORE RUNNING THE .BAT!
 
READ THE INCLUDED README BEFORE RUNNING THE .BAT!
  
This is a tool for all of those who are too lazy to pop up a command prompt. This tool adds a "Send to wii!" option in the windows shell when right clicking a .elf or a .dol file.
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This is a tool for all of those who are too lazy to pop up a command prompt. This tool adds a "Send to wii!" option in the windows shell when right clicking a .elf or a .dol file. It will also configure wiiload for you ( copy to system32 and set variable ), so you don't have to!
  
 
It's two simple .reg files, and it works through wiiload, which is included in the downloadable archive.
 
It's two simple .reg files, and it works through wiiload, which is included in the downloadable archive.

Revision as of 20:10, 3 June 2008

Latest version: ElfShell 1.3 by Mattgentl/Nilsk123 Download

info/readme

READ THE INCLUDED README BEFORE RUNNING THE .BAT!

This is a tool for all of those who are too lazy to pop up a command prompt. This tool adds a "Send to wii!" option in the windows shell when right clicking a .elf or a .dol file. It will also configure wiiload for you ( copy to system32 and set variable ), so you don't have to!

It's two simple .reg files, and it works through wiiload, which is included in the downloadable archive. Open ip.txt and change the xxx.xxx.xxx.xxx to your wii's IP adress. Now simply run the both.bat file to import both the reg file for dol and the reg file for elf into your registry. This batch also copies the included wiiload.exe to your system32 folder and sets the global variable for wiiload to use ( as your IP adress which you entered in the ip.txt ). You now have a "Send to Wii!" option in the context menu's of .dol and .elf files. They will also be sent to HBC if you double click them. Enjoy!

changelog

v1.3 Sets the wiiload global variable to the ip entered in ip.txt

v1.2 When using the batch wiiload.elf will automaticaly be copied to system32 (if it's in the same folder)

V1.1 Updated to work with both DOL and ELF

v1.0 ELF only