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    Unhappy Bricked Wii after installing the last cIOS by Wanikoko

    Hi, I have bought a new Wii for a friend, I upgraded it from 3.2 EUR to 4.0 EUR. It all works, but when I installed the last version of cIOS by Wanikoko (rev 15), the Wii bricks itself.

    Now when I start the Wii nothing happens on TV (no signal)... no message ... nothing...
    I tried the Savemiifrii but doesen't works.

    What I have to do? Have you got some suggestion? Help me please!
    Last edited by Ferie; 12-17-2009 at 02:27 PM.

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    Installing cIOS should not brick your Wii. Did you use a normal cIOS installer? Did you use wad manager and use IOS60 as the IOS?
    Not really doing much Wii stuff these days.

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    When I installing the cIOS rev15 by Waninkoko I opened HBC and I selected the cIOS rev 15.
    When the program started, it ask me to select the IOS 249 to use: I leave the default value IOS 249.
    Then he asked me to install the IOS38-64-v3867.wad that was in the packed that I had download from Waninkoko, and that file was putted in the root of the SD like istruction said.
    The installation was succesful, but from the next reboot the Wii doesen't start....

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    Quote Originally Posted by Ferie View Post
    When I installing the cIOS rev15 by Waninkoko I opened HBC and I selected the cIOS rev 15.
    When the program started, it ask me to select the IOS 249 to use: I leave the default value IOS 249.
    Then he asked me to install the IOS38-64-v3867.wad that was in the packed that I had download from Waninkoko, and that file was putted in the root of the SD like istruction said.
    The installation was succesful, but from the next reboot the Wii doesen't start....
    Do you have a link to the download?and guide?
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    I don't remember if I download it from wiisos.com or espalwii.com

    Today I red that the version that I downloaded isn't from Waninkoko but from other group of person released from Waninkoko's source code. Waninkoko's new realise it's going to be released on Christmas Eve, argh!!!

    Someone have some solution for my problem?
    Last edited by Ferie; 12-18-2009 at 12:28 AM.

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    Both sites should be OK. Do you still have the cIOS installer files on your PC/SD card along with the guide. Maybe you can upload them to mediafire or something.

    The only thing I can think is that this IOS38 was renamed from something else.

    I also wonder if there's anyway to check an IOS file for it's contents.
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    I updated the content of the package in Rapidshare:
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    I can't retrive the guide 'cause I deleted the original package after the brick.

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    the ios38-64-v3867 is good
    md5 checksum= 86bb2cf4e3ce2da67876eb49e9d824bd
    Matches that from NUS
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