Step 1. Format your SD Card
A. Make sure your SD Card isn’t locked and put it into your laptop or computer.
B. From ‘My Computer’ or ‘Computer,’ right-click your SD card and select Format.
C. Make sure its set to FAT32 and that Quick Format is checked off and click START>OK>OK>Close.
Step 2. Install USB Loader GX to your SD Card and update it via Wi-Fi
A. Download USB Loader GX here.
B. Having both your SD card and the USBLGX download open, Copy all the files in USBLGX to your SD card by “dragging and dropping.”
C. Take the SD Card out of your computer or laptop and put it into the Wii.
D. Connect your Wii to your USB Drive by inserting the USB Cable into the bottom USB slot:
E. Make sure your Wii is connected to wireless internet. Turn on your Wii and go to the HBC.
F. Select USB Loader GX>Load.
G. At the lower left corner, select Settings.
H. Press Right on your D-Pad (Directional Pad) to get to the next section.
I. Select: Update>USB Loader GX>All.
J. If your Wii crashes when USB Loader GX tries to restart, just manually reset it.
Step 3. Play your .ISOs with USB Loader GX
Note: Have your SD card in your Wii when using USB Loader GX or any other application.
Note: You will have no cover or disc art. Go over Part 6 on the next page to learn how to download them.
A. Load USB Loader GX.
B. Simply select the game title, then select the spinning disc to play it.
Note: About a third of the existing Wii games aren’t fully functional until you change the settings in USB Loader GX for them, so you’re bound to run into glitches at one point. For example, your game could be in black and white, or it could simply get stuck at the loading screen (like COD:BO). If it crashes, just manually reset it. Go over Part 6 on the next page to learn how to fix these glitches.