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Der USB-Loader GX ist der beliebteste Backup-Loader für die Nintendo Wii und den Wii-Modus der Wii U. Er ist einfach zu bedienen und seine Oberfläche erinnert an die des Wii-Menüs, was es besonders für Anfänger einfach macht.

Vor der Nutzung müssen die d2x-cIOS installiert sein: Wii &#; Wii U



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  • Schnellere Downloads
  • Proxy-Support
  • Etliche Fehlerbehebungen
  • Cheat-Download behoben
  • Alle neuen Nintendont-Optionen (BBA)
  • Kompatibilität mit WiiGSC und älteren Forwardern wiederhergestellt
  • p-Patch standardmäßig aktiv
  • GPT-Partitionserkennung repariert
  • RiiTag eingebunden
  • Deflicker
  • Fehler für einige Call-of-Duty-Spiele und Rock Band 3 und The Beatles behoben
  • Schutz vor Mario Kart Wii RCE
  • Eigener privater Server lässt sich setzen
  • Game-Header-Caching (muss aktiviert werden)

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USB Loader GX

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This is a quick start guide on how to use USB Loader GX, a popular USB loader for the Wii that’s used to play games from a USB drive.

USB Loader GX

What you need

Make sure you have installed cIOS before following this!

We recommend you copy games over with Wii Backup Manager if you use Windows, Witgui if you use macOS, or Wii Backup Fusion for Windows, macOS, and Linux.

If you want to play games that are in NKit format, use this program to convert them to ISO first. You can also use a development build of Dolphin, right click on a game, and use “Convert File” to convert it.

If you are not copying games using Wii Backup Manager, Witgui, or Wii Backup Fusion, make a folder on the root of the USB drive or SD card named “wbfs” and put the games in there.

To play games, we recommend using an external hard drive for your Wii. Flash drives should be usable too, but external hard drives are recommended as they are more reliable, and can store more games.

Make sure your USB drive is formatted as FAT32 or NTFS. Do not format it as other types such as extFS or WBFS, the latter is an old format of storing Wii games.


  1. Extract USB Loader GX and put it in the folder on your USB drive or SD card.
  2. Insert your USB drive, and SD card if you’re using one, into your Wii and launch USB Loader GX from the Homebrew Channel.
Getting Started

There is no “guide” to use the USB Loader GX app. This is intended to help you learn how to use it, by giving you a quick start. You should be able to figure out all the great features of USB Loader GX by using it.

  • If USB Loader GX says “Waiting for HDD…” with a 20 seconds countdown, it’s likely that it can’t find the USB drive. Try to exit out of the app, and then relaunch it after you put the USB drive in the other port of the Wii.
  • You can press the 1 Button on your Wii Remote to open up a dialog to download game covers and artwork from GameTDB. It might take a while to download the game covers and artwork, depending on how many games you have.
  • There are WADs that can open up USB Loader GX if you load it from the Wii Menu. This is called a forwarder WAD. An official forwarder WAD can be found here, and a version for the vWii (Wii U) can be found here.
  • GameCube or “custom” Wii games may or may not have a custom banner that USB Loader GX uses. To enable this, find or write in config/GXGlobal.cfg on your USB drive. Then you can use the “Custom Banner” download by pressing the 1 Button on your Wii Remote.
User Interface

There are multiple buttons in the USB Loader GX interface.

Main Menu

These are the functions the buttons found on the top of the main menu do, from left to right:

  • Star - Shows games that you have marked as “favorites”.
  • Search - Lets you search for games by name.
  • Sort - Cycles through sorting methods for games.
  • Platform - Choose to sort games by platform.
  • Category - Sorts games by category.
  • List - Shows games in a list view.
  • Multi-Cover View - Shows games in a multi-cover view.
  • Cover Carousel View - Shows games in a carousel view.
  • Wii Menu View - Shows games in a Wii Menu view.
  • Parental Control - Locks USB Loader GX.
  • Disc - Loads a game via disc.

Pressing any game will allow you to play the game by pressing “Start”.

There are also other buttons:

  • (+) Icon - “Install” a game, i.e. loading it from disc and dumping it.
  • Gears - Settings for USB Loader GX.
  • SD card - Remount the SD card.
  • Homebrew - Load homebrew apps.
  • Wii - Open up the HOME Menu, which can also be accessed by pressing the HOME Button on the Wii Remote.
  • Power Button - Turn off your Wii.

On the middle of the bottom of the screen, you can see how much space is free on your USB drive and how many games you have.

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  • Backup and play your games using an external USB device.
  • Launches Wii, Gamecube, Wiiware, Virtual console and homebrew on Wii and vWii
  • Supported Hard Drive format: WBFS, FAT32, NTFS, Ext2/3/4.
  • Custom game sorting and advanced filtering
  • Multiple languages available.
  • Automatic Cover download: Downloads covers, 3D covers, disc images and custom banner animation from internet.
  • Cheat code supports
  • Full parental controls


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  • Great - I think it will keep my Wii running for years.

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  • Best of Best loader for Wii. However, Set language "Korean" and, When I selected game on this USB GX, I can not see Korean text (Settings / Start) into balloon of bottom. Other Korean Text is no problem on USB GX.

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Copy Wii U Games To A USB Drive \u0026 Play Backups Nintendo Homebrew

Configurable USB Loader as the name suggests is a customizable USB loader for the Nintendo Wii. Configurable USB Loader allows you to change nearly everything you can&#;t with other USB loaders such as WiiFlow or USB Loader GX. Configurable USB Loader suits as a well built alternative with a multitude of additional features, a full list is provided down below:

  • SDHC and USB HDD device support
  • GUI and Console mode (switchable runtime)
  • Background Music (.mp3 or .mod)
  • Themes (switchable runtime)
  • Widescreen (auto-detect)
  • Transparency (covers and console)
  • Cover images download
  • Cover styles: 2d, 3d, disc
  • Automatic resize of covers
  • Renaming game titles (using titles.txt)
  • Per game configuration of Video mode, Language, Ocarina cheating
  • Light up DVD slot when install finishes, optional eject
  • Childproof and parental guidance
  • USB HDD with multiple partitions supported (WBFS for games and FAT for config, covers and other resources)
  • SDHC with multiple partitions supported (WBFS for games and FAT for resources…)
  • Custom IOS selection for better compatibility with USB drives and other USB devices.
  • cIOS supported: waninkoko&#;s , , & , Hermes , , (mload) v4,v5, kwiirk & (yal)
  • Banner Sounds
  • Loading games from .wbfs or .iso files on a FAT or NTFS partition
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  • Loading games from DVD
  • WiitDB support for info, sorting and filtering of games
  • Configurable

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USB Loaders

USB loaders are the second iteration of backup loaders, mostly replacing the older disc based backup loaders.

The newer USB loaders have many advantages:

  • Near perfect compatibility with Wii games

  • More updates (newer features, improved compatibility etc)

  • Faster loading speeds (loads game MUCH faster than even original Wii discs, and definitely faster than the even slower Disc backup launchers)

  • Nice interface for selecting games

  • No disc swapping

Note: Depending on your cIOS version, only one USB port on the Wii may recognize the USB drive (usually the outermost one).

Make sure to try out both ports! This applies to all launchers.

FAQ (read before continuing)

My USB drive is not recognized

Firstly, make sure to try both USB ports. Some cIOSs have problems detecting both USB ports. In general, the outer most USB port will be the working one (but try both anyway).

You may also need to format the drive to a supported format (FAT32, NTFS).

Large drives (>3TB) may give problems. Try partitioning the drive in smaller chunks.

In rare cases, your drive may be simply incompatible.

Will USB drives work?

Yes. Note, however, that USB drives require more power and thus may need an external power supply, or the use of a Y-Cable.

Note that the Wii is capable of USB only and will read at USB speeds.

Can I also use SD cards instead of USB?

Yes, all loaders support loading from SD. Just note that SD cards are quite limited in space. Wii games vary from a few hundred MB to over 7GB. They are also much slower than a HDD.

How do I install games to my hard drive?

There are multiple ways to install games to the USB drive.

Firstly, all loaders can rip games directly. The way to do this is different per loader, but usually there is an option in the menu, or a button to press, such as +

There are other Homebrew apps such as Cleanrip that can rip the games to ISO format.

In order to install a game (ISO) from your computer to the drive, use a tool such as Wii Backup Manager

Can I play GameCube games from USB as well?

You can, but you need to install a GameCube loader first. Please see the GameCube section (after you choose your USB loader). After installation, the USB Loaders below will support GameCube games automatically.

How do I download the cover images?

Cover images can be downloaded via the USB loader itself. If you don't have an internet connection on the Wii, you can manually download the covers from and place them on the SD card or USB device (exact location differs per loader).

Can I load games from other regions (eg. PAL games on NTSC console)?

Yes, all USB loaders are region free. You may need to tweak the settings (such as video mode), though.

What is WBFS?

Wii Backup File System. A special format that was developed to efficiently contain Wii backups.

Initially, this was a full file system, but later on this was replaced by files with .wbfs extension on a normal FAT32 or NTFS partition.

If you still have a WBFS partition, it is recommended to convert it to FAT


Please choose one of the loaders provided below.

Which one is best for you depends on your personal preferences.

You can also have more than one loader, if you prefer.

Ultimate USB Loader GX Guide 2021+ (Play ISO Backups)

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