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    If only I had a gamecube controller

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    Quote Originally Posted by Buzzard73 View Post
    If only I had a gamecube controller
    Buy one, they are about 5-10 dollars
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    More confused than ever now.... (but also happy).

    Try this, you'll need a gc-controller.
    download cboot2_wadmanager_1.5_mod.zip and extract to a formated sd-card
    download IOS34-64-v3087.wad
    download IOS36-64-v3090.wad
    Boot the wii, wadmanager should start, use ios249
    Install ios36 and ios34
    Should fix your your hackmii ios issue and black screens.
    I did this and turned on my Wii.
    Thw Wii came on properly with all my channels installed, access to the sytem menu and everything - was this what was supposed to happen?

    Anyway, I went into wad manager and installed as above.
    I can get into my wii menu as soon as I turn it on and now my backup games work from the neo-gamma loader, whereas only my Mario Kart previously worked (Shaun Whites snowboarding, hasbro game night).

    If I choose to exit a game and return to the menu (channels) the game exits and the screen stays black.
    If I boot the Wii without the SDcard - it doesn't work (blank screen - not black, just no signal).

    So my Wii will play backups (just as well as half my discs are trashed) but only if the cboot2_wadmanager_1.5_mod.zip are on the SD card and it's inserted.
    I didn't need the GC controller - guess I was real lucky.

    I don't know whether to try and get my Wii to work properly or accept that I have to power off/on everytime I want to change games and never remove the SD card - this is the first time the backups have worked since I began modding.

    I still can't update to 4.2 by any method - wii update connects then stars and after a minute says it can't connect.
    The offline solutions/tutorials always give me a -1035 error.

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    Interesting. No it wasn't supposed to happen. cboot2 is supposed to load whichever boot.dol is on the root of your SD card, in this case it should be Wad manager mod 1.5.

    That cboot2 download has a 10 second delay on Sysmenu booting. Does it take a while to get into the System Menu? I wonder if it is bypassing Wad manager for some reason.

    Try increasing the BOOTDELAY in the bootmii.ini file to something like 50 and see if it makes a difference.

    Does the System Menu still report 3.2 when you check it in settings?

    -1035 is simply down to your lack of good IOS249.

    Install cIOS38rev14 to fix this cIOS38_rev14-Installer.rar this will also enable backups to run and allow many homebrew apops to work.

    If you could also run signcheck signCheck - WiiBrew and post the resultant text from the signcheck.csv it creates on SD that would be really handy.
    Not really doing much Wii stuff these days.

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    I would have done this earlier only I put Tiger Woods 2010 in the Wii and then suddenly time transported me forward several hours......


    SignCheck 0.3b aka loveSexWii build report
    Wii region Europe
    Wii unique device id 46582203

    IOS number " ""Trucha bug""" " ""Flash access""" " ""Boot2 access""" " ""Usb2.0 IOS tree"""

    IOS250 (ver 65535) Enabled Disabled Disabled Enabled
    IOS249 (ver 14) Enabled Disabled Disabled Enabled
    IOS70 (ver 6687) Disabled Disabled Disabled Disabled
    IOS61 (ver 5405) Disabled Disabled Disabled Disabled
    IOS60 (ver 65535) Disabled Disabled Disabled Disabled
    IOS57 (ver 5661) Disabled Disabled Disabled Disabled
    IOS56 (ver 5405) Disabled Disabled Disabled Disabled
    IOS55 (ver 65535) Disabled Disabled Disabled Disabled
    IOS53 (ver 65535) Disabled Disabled Disabled Disabled
    IOS50 (ver 65535) Disabled Disabled Disabled Disabled
    IOS38 (ver 65535) Enabled Disabled Disabled Enabled
    IOS37 (ver 65535) Disabled Disabled Disabled Disabled
    IOS36 (ver 3090) Disabled Disabled Disabled Disabled
    IOS35 (ver 65535) Enabled Disabled Disabled Disabled
    IOS34 (ver 3087) Disabled Disabled Disabled Disabled
    IOS33 (ver 65535) Disabled Disabled Disabled Disabled
    IOS31 (ver 65535) Disabled Disabled Disabled Disabled
    IOS28 (ver 65535) Disabled Disabled Disabled Disabled
    IOS22 (ver 65535) Disabled Disabled Disabled Disabled
    IOS21 (ver 65535) Disabled Disabled Disabled Disabled
    IOS20 (ver 65535) Disabled Disabled Disabled Disabled
    IOS17 (ver 65535) Disabled Disabled Disabled Disabled
    IOS15 (ver 65535) Disabled Disabled Disabled Disabled
    IOS14 (ver 65535) Disabled Disabled Disabled Disabled
    IOS13 (ver 65535) Disabled Disabled Disabled Disabled
    IOS12 (ver 65535) Disabled Disabled Disabled Disabled
    IOS11 (ver 65535) Disabled Disabled Disabled Disabled

    I assume this means more to you than it does me

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    You are using cIOSCORP. cIOSCORP messus up all IOS on the Wii. Note your revisions are 65535, that's cIOSCORP.

    Anyway first thing I'd do is remove that using the cIOSCORP uninstaller cIOSCORP_v3.5_uninstaller.zip
    Not really doing much Wii stuff these days.

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    Lol. cIOSCORP was the start of all my issues - I found that quite early on but only after reading some tutorial on modding the Wii and the supposed benefits of it, using it and then trawling the web to diagnose the symptoms of it's disease.

    I tried the uninstaller before from HBC and it just hung at a black screen.

    What's the worst that can happen when I try this? - My Wii is currently in English, plays both my original UK discs and backups (which it didn't previously).
    (Don't know why I'm asking this as I'm going to do it anyway :P)

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    Quote Originally Posted by Buzzard73 View Post
    Lol. cIOSCORP was the start of all my issues - I found that quite early on but only after reading some tutorial on modding the Wii and the supposed benefits of it, using it and then trawling the web to diagnose the symptoms of it's disease.

    I tried the uninstaller before from HBC and it just hung at a black screen.

    What's the worst that can happen when I try this? - My Wii is currently in English, plays both my original UK discs and backups (which it didn't previously).
    (Don't know why I'm asking this as I'm going to do it anyway :P)
    If the installer wont work, just replace all of v65535 ios file with the original Nintendo ios. They are found in a folder of the uninstaller. Use wadmanager, with ios249. Load wadmanager from the HBC, but if you have a black screen try the cboot2 wadmanager.
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    I was trying to use the v3.3 installer previously but 3.5 worked a treat!
    My Wii is absolutely tip top now and will boot without needing an SD card in and everything else wtill works fine.

    A sterling job by you guys!

    One thing I'm still unclear about is BootMii - I'm pretty serious about having backing up (I have 2 backups of each hdd on my pc for example) and I backed up my NAND with BootMii. Only when I tried to restore it earlier - it just went to the restore screen and did nothing at all.
    As I'd like to backup my NAND in it's current perfect working condition (before I trawl the tutorials here to see what else I can do) but if the restore function refuses to work - is there any point?

    And is upgrading to 4.2 and remodding worth the pain?
    Last edited by Buzzard73; 12-22-2009 at 09:12 AM. Reason: another question

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    And is upgrading to 4.2 and remodding worth the pain?
    Not in my opinion.

    it just went to the restore screen and did nothing at all.
    Not sure what this can be. Try a different SD card perhaps?

    Bootmii runs in mini so it's not a fault with IOS.
    Not really doing much Wii stuff these days.

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