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    dip-ios bricking - which IOS do i restore too?

    I have a Pal Wii which was on 4.1E IOS53-64-v5406 i used wad loader to launch dip-ios and chose IOS60

    when it rebooted the screen (in garbled writing) says "system files are corrupted..etc"

    i can access preloader (it says my IOS is v60 and syste is v450) my question is which files do i restore. From doing some research i use wad manger to install "an" IOS first then the System Menu-NUS-v450.wad

    my question is which IOS do i restore too as im unsure what dip-ios actually has done.

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    install ios60patched, then sysmenu450 then preloader again...

    http://www.mediafire.com/wedump#

    you can find them here. be careful ok?

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    Quote Originally Posted by messie View Post
    install ios60patched, then sysmenu450 then preloader again...

    http://www.mediafire.com/wedump#

    you can find them here. be careful ok?
    thanks i will be. one final problem preloader wont see my sd card (its a sdhc card) ive tried 2 now a 8gig sandisk and a 4 gig kingston.. fat32 is ok for preloader?

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    yes but it has to be non hc. can you boot to HBC?

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    Quote Originally Posted by messie View Post
    yes but it has to be non hc. can you boot to HBC?
    I cant unfortunately. I did install bootmii to the boot2 (which i believe supports sdhc cards) but unfortunately i dont have the bootmii files anymore on the sd card. I did try downloading them from BootMii.org but it appears to just be the installer

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    Super Teal'c to the rescue.

    bootmii folder.rar

    Note: This is a PAL bootmii folder, you may need to change the bootmii.ini to suit your region.
    Last edited by Tealc; 11-11-2009 at 12:55 AM. Reason: Damn my typos
    Not really doing much Wii stuff these days.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Tealc View Post
    Super Teal'c to the rescue.

    bootmii folder.rar

    Note: This is a PAL bootmii folder, you may need to change the bootmii.ini to suit your region.
    superb. that works a treat i can now boot into bootmii

    however. When i try and launch HBC the wii just stops outputting video (i get no video signal on the tv) the wii remains on but i get nothing on screen.

    any suggestions on how i can get wad manager up and cooking so i can reinstall the ios & sysmenu? i dont have a Full CMOS backup but i do have a wiikey v1 installed

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    try launching a program with cboot2,
    Uninstall_stub_3_Dogeggs.rar
    pass is "www.wiihacks.com"

    place the contents of the folder in root and it will launch wadmanager, install patched ios60 and a sysmenu of your region, 4.1

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    Yes you can use cboot2 to replace your bootmii folder.

    cboot2 launches any homebrew boot.dol at root of SD, however you will not have wiimote support. So run a gamecube controller modified wad manager like I link to below.

    cboot2.zip

    wad-manager-1.4.Sorg.wiiNinja.mod2.rar

    So if you don't have a gamecube controller, buy or borrow one. They are also useful for emulators and Wiiware/VC anyway.
    Not really doing much Wii stuff these days.

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    it does have wiimote support... i ave launched even with ios-bootmii and totally have wiimote support

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