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    Download it and System IOS with NUS Downloader (make sure to check pack>WAD NUS Downloader - WiiBrew by referencing your version numbers here System Menu - WiiBrew

    Install wads with Wad Manager, IOS first, then System Menu.

    Preloader will be uninstalled by the process.

    You must have Trucha/cIOS for this to work.
    Not really doing much Wii stuff these days.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Tealc View Post
    Download it and System IOS with NUS Downloader (make sure to check pack>WAD NUS Downloader - WiiBrew by referencing your version numbers here System Menu - WiiBrew

    Install wads with Wad Manager, IOS first, then System Menu.

    Preloader will be uninstalled by the process.

    You must have Trucha/cIOS for this to work.
    can you please clarify more i am not sure what i have to do,
    by the way i am a big fan of the stargate too.

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    It's really straightforward and has bene covered about a million times. Preloader occasionally installs incorrectly to System Menu and it needs re-installing of System Menu to fix the corruption.

    You download the System Menu and whichever IOS you need using NUS Downloader, I provided Wiibrew System Menu info so you can make sure you get the right ones.

    You check Pack>WAD so that the PC app NUS Downloader creates a nice wad file to be installed.

    You then install IOS first, then System menu. If you'd provided the Sys Menu you are on I could give you exact numbers, but alas you didn't and I'm off to bed now..so, you'll figure it out.

    Wad manager installs wads, that's what it does. You must have used it to softmod. You'll need cIOS, that's usually IOS249 to install, otherwise you'll get errors.

    If you install the wrong way around you'll probably brick.

    This post was really unnecessary, I've just said exactly the same thing with a few more words to pad it up. If you'd searched for preloader brick you'd probably have found instruction.

    Hope you are enjoying Stargate Universe as much as me.
    Not really doing much Wii stuff these days.

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    i really appreciate your support
    i will try to give you all the information you asked or to help me,
    i did all below steps successfully except step 16.
    for now i am using preloader 0.29, and i used to work on firmware version 4.2U
    and the problem i am facing is when i exit to the system menu i get the following message
    the system files are corrupted, please refer to the Wii operation manual for help and troubleshooting.
    i think this means semi-brick and can be fixed, am i right?
    i watch SGU but i still think SG1 was the best show ever.
    very sad that they canceled it.

    extract the "newmod.zip" and load your SD card up with the files from the sdroot folder.


    Insert the SD card into the Wii.


    1] Run bannerbomb by going to the SD Card menu and choosing yes to load boot.dol
    This runs the Hackmii Installer from which you should install the Homebrew Channel, DVDX, and Bootmii as IOS and boot2 if possible.

    Restart your Wii, either:

    If Bootmii was installed as Boot2, it will show up as soon as the Wii is turned on.
    Press the power button on the wii 3 times to get to the last option, then press the reset button. [You can also navigate with a gc controller.]
    Press reset again to choose the first option, then follow the directions on the screen to make your NAND backup. [Bad blocks are no problem.]
    Backup the "Bootmii" folder elsewhere and erase from the sd card. [or rename it.]

    or,

    If Bootmii wasn't started then it must be loaded by pressing home in the HBC and clicking launch bootmii.
    Use a GC controller and press right on the d-pad 3 times to get to the last option, then press A.
    Press A again to choose the first option on this second page, then follow the directions on the screen to make your NAND backup.
    Backup the "Bootmii" folder elsewhere and erase from the sd card. [or rename it.]


    2] Put the SD card back in your PC , and backup the Bootmii folder from your SD card root to your PC.

    3] Navigate to the cboot2>try this 1st folder.

    4] Drop the Bootmii folder, boot.dol, and startup.elf from the try this 1st folder onto your SD card root.

    5] Start the Homebrew Channel and press home, then select Launch Bootmii.
    The screen should trip out briefly then WAD Manager should start.

    6] Choose the SD Slot
    Press A on the following IOS's:
    IOS222-64-v65280.wad
    IOS223-64-v65280.wad
    IOS249-64-v65280.wad
    IOS250-64-v65280.wad
    Then press left or right to uninstall them.

    7] Press home to return to the Homebrew Channel and put the SD card back in your PC again.

    8] Go to your cboot2 folder and put the boot.dol onto your SD card root to overwrite the one already there.

    9] Start the Homebrew Channel and press home, then select Launch Bootmii.
    This time it should start the cIOS installer.

    10] Press left until you see do not reload IOS and choose WAD install.

    11] Start the Homebrew Channel and load up DOP-IOS v8
    On IOS 36, press A to select yes to install, Sig Hash Check, and ES_identify.
    Press right until you see IOS53.
    Press A to select yes to install and Sig Hash Check.
    Press right until you see IOS55.
    Press A to select yes to install and Sig Hash Check.
    Press home to return to HBC.

    12] Run Wad Manager
    When it opens choose use IOS249. (it is probably already set to that)
    Press A to open from SD.
    Install IOS70-64-v6687 [Patched][FreeTheBug].wad and exit.

    13] Run Preloader .29
    Press 1 twice and it should install. [Don't worry, it takes it's time.]
    Enable desired hacks in the Systemmenu Hacks section. [note: if it says if can't find the hacks.ini file, you are using a sdhc card and need to use a non-sdhc for this part.]
    Go to the settings and make sure the IOS is set to 70.
    Save settings.

    14] Run cIOS Installer for USB2
    Choose IOS 249 for installation.
    Press A to start installing IOS 202.
    Return to Homebrew Channel.

    15] Run cIOS 222/223 installer v4
    Choose IOS 249 for installation.
    Install Custom IOS 222 and select IOS38 merged with IOS37.
    Restart and install Custom IOS 223 and select IOS60 merged with IOS38.

    16] Run MIOSpatcher
    Press right once on a gamecube controller to change the mios to v8.
    Press X to allow Wii backup launcher loading.
    Press A to install.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Tealc View Post
    It's really straightforward and has bene covered about a million times. Preloader occasionally installs incorrectly to System Menu and it needs re-installing of System Menu to fix the corruption.

    You download the System Menu and whichever IOS you need using NUS Downloader, I provided Wiibrew System Menu info so you can make sure you get the right ones.

    You check Pack>WAD so that the PC app NUS Downloader creates a nice wad file to be installed.

    You then install IOS first, then System menu. If you'd provided the Sys Menu you are on I could give you exact numbers, but alas you didn't and I'm off to bed now..so, you'll figure it out.

    Wad manager installs wads, that's what it does. You must have used it to softmod. You'll need cIOS, that's usually IOS249 to install, otherwise you'll get errors.

    If you install the wrong way around you'll probably brick.

    This post was really unnecessary, I've just said exactly the same thing with a few more words to pad it up. If you'd searched for preloader brick you'd probably have found instruction.

    Hope you are enjoying Stargate Universe as much as me.
    i downloaded NUSD V1.3
    but now i am lost not sure what options i select
    i used to work on Version 4.2U before trying to softmode my Wii.

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    Quote Originally Posted by nagaway View Post
    i downloaded NUSD V1.3
    but now i am lost not sure what options i select
    i used to work on Version 4.2U before trying to softmode my Wii.
    i read a lot o posts in the last day
    now i need a few answers to solve my problem.

    i need to re-install my SM
    so i downloaded the NUSD
    here is my questions:
    my Wii is on Version 4.2U
    so i need to know which WAD i need to install
    also i need to know which ISO i need to install
    thanks,

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    Time to use your own initiative, I've already given you enough to go on.
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    you can not do this to me,
    i waittied all night for your hlep,
    at least tell me how can i do it
    i know now the problem and the fix
    but i dont know how to install my SM using the NUSD
    i think it is easy since my prloader and HBC is working
    but i can not chose which ISO and how.
    please help

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    I've already told you how it is done for goodness sake, I've already spent far too much time on this, a silly 2 minute issue that seems to take you days. Check Post 63

    If you cannot follow this simple procedure I have outlined for you then really you should not have modded your Wii.

    As much as I like to help people I need things to work both ways, my job is not to hold your hand, it is to moderate the forum. If you were a forum donator or a forum contributor then things might be different.

    Trust me, figuring stuff out for yourself is much better than have some guy who figured this stuff out for himself ages ago do it for you. Where's the fun in that?

    Honestly I've covered it.

    Download the IOS and Sys Menu, install with Wad manager in that order.

    This guide might help you too http://www.wiihacks.com/other-faq-gu...ownloader.html
    Last edited by Tealc; 12-02-2009 at 09:21 AM.
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    this post is very helpfull
    thanks
    one last question and i promise i wont bather you again,
    which IOS i choose
    belive me if i knew i will had that much trouble i wont have moded my Wii

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