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{{Infobox homebrewapp
 
{{Infobox homebrewapp
 
| title      = WiiND
 
| title      = WiiND
| desc        = A NAND Dumper(Wii) and Extractor(Windows).
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| desc        = A NAND Dumper (Wii) and Extractor (Windows).
 
| type        = NAND Dumper
 
| type        = NAND Dumper
 
| license    = No license
 
| license    = No license
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This app dumps to USB and SD:
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This app dumps the NAND to USB and SD. <br>
If an usb device is plugged in it will dump to usb.
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If a USB device is plugged in it will attempt to dump to said USB device. <br>
If no usb device is inserted it will dump to sd ;)
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If no USB device is inserted it will attempt to dump to the SD card ;) <br>
  
To extract the dump you need your NAND AES KEY, you can get that by using [[Xyzzy]]. If you have runned xyzzy there is a file called keys.txt in the
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To extract the dump you need your NAND AES KEY, you can get that by using [[Xyzzy]]. If you have ran xyzzy, it will have created a file named "keys.txt" in the
root of your sd card. Open it and look for NAND AES KEY. Now make a folder called keys in c:\ and open your favorite hex editor and copy the NAND AES CODE from keys.txt into your hex editor and save the file as
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root of your SD card. Open it and look for the NAND AES KEY. Now, make a folder called "keys" in C:\ and open your favorite hex editor. Copy the NAND AES KEY from "keys.txt" into your hex editor and save the file as
nand-key.bin in the keys folder.
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"nand-key.bin" in the keys folder.<br>
Now just run "extract.exe" and select the nand-dump.img file and it will copy the .img file to the directory where the .exe is and extract it.
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Now just run "Extract.exe" and select the "nand-dump.img" file. It will copy the NAND dump file to the directory where Extract.exe is and extract it.
  
 
== Credits ==
 
== Credits ==
Wiipower and TheLemonMan to help me out with code issue's etc and to keep helping me :)
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Wiipower and TheLemonMan to help me out with code issue's etc., and to keep helping me :) <br>
Segher to make the original nand extractor (zestig) for linux.
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Segher to make the original NAND extractor (zestig) for Linux. <br>
Hossman to make the little gui for the extractor ;)
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Hossman to make the little GUI for the extractor ;) <br>
Waninkoko to original make the nand dumper.
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Waninkoko to original make the NAND dumper. <br>
me, myself and i (nicksasa) to mod the nand dumper to include USB and to port it to the new libogc and to port zestig from segher's tool to windows.
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Me, (nicksasa) to mod the NAND dumper to include USB and to compile it under the new libogc and to port zestig from Linux to Windows.

Revision as of 00:46, 12 March 2009

WiiND
General
Author(s)nicksasa
TypeNAND Dumper
Version1.0
LicenseNo license
Links
[[Clickie|Download]]
Source
Peripherals
Loads files from SDHC cards in the Front SD slot USB mass storage device

INFO

This app dumps the NAND to USB and SD.
If a USB device is plugged in it will attempt to dump to said USB device.
If no USB device is inserted it will attempt to dump to the SD card ;)

To extract the dump you need your NAND AES KEY, you can get that by using Xyzzy. If you have ran xyzzy, it will have created a file named "keys.txt" in the root of your SD card. Open it and look for the NAND AES KEY. Now, make a folder called "keys" in C:\ and open your favorite hex editor. Copy the NAND AES KEY from "keys.txt" into your hex editor and save the file as "nand-key.bin" in the keys folder.
Now just run "Extract.exe" and select the "nand-dump.img" file. It will copy the NAND dump file to the directory where Extract.exe is and extract it.

Credits

Wiipower and TheLemonMan to help me out with code issue's etc., and to keep helping me :)
Segher to make the original NAND extractor (zestig) for Linux.
Hossman to make the little GUI for the extractor ;)
Waninkoko to original make the NAND dumper.
Me, (nicksasa) to mod the NAND dumper to include USB and to compile it under the new libogc and to port zestig from Linux to Windows.