Taiko is an opensource NANDloader for Nintendo Wii channels but focused on the use with Wiiware/Virtual console channels. The NANDloader its a lil piece of code embedded in each channel and bootstrapped by the sysmenu when you click the "Start" button on the Wii.
* Nearly 100% compatibility with any channel.
* Exclusive LZ77 0x10/0x11 decompression code.
* Builtin Video mode patcher.
* 002-error blocker.
* Ram patching engine.
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