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    I've been smacking myself all night - one more isn't going to hurt at this point!

    I've loaded IOS50 using the WAD manager you linked above. I'm now loading "System Menu-3.4U-v385.wad" and it's stuck at "Installing content #09..."

    I'm going to leave it in this state overnight and check in the morning.

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    Go into data management and find out how many free blocks you have.
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    I installed IOS60 then the system menu via the Wad Manager. I havnt been reinstalling IOS60 when the corrupted message but I did this time. I also have bootmii as boot2 so if anything worse happens I should be able to recover. I also removed all the unnecessary apps and files from my SD card and formatted my card then put the files back on the card. So far so good. Thanks for the help guys!!

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    Way to go Smack! Hope the corrupt message doesn't come back for you.

    MauiFrog - Here's the info on my free blocks
    Data management->Channels->Wii = Blocks Open: 716
    Data management->Channels->SD Card(skip loading boot.dol/elf) = Blocks Open=14839

    This might help:
    IOS Version, FakeSign, ES_Identify, NAND, Flash, USB 2.0
    "250 (r65535)", Enabled, Enabled, Enabled, Disabled, Enabled
    "249 (r13)", Enabled, Enabled, Enabled, Disabled, Enabled
    "222 (r4)", Enabled, Enabled, Enabled, Disabled, Disabled
    "61 (r5405)", Enabled, Disabled, Disabled, Disabled, Disabled
    "60 (r6174)", Enabled, Disabled, Disabled, Disabled, Disabled
    "57 (r5661)", Enabled, Disabled, Disabled, Disabled, Disabled
    "55 (r5406)", Enabled, Disabled, Disabled, Disabled, Disabled
    "53 (r5406)", Enabled, Disabled, Disabled, Disabled, Disabled
    "50 (r4889)", Enabled, Disabled, Disabled, Disabled, Disabled
    "38 (r3867)", Enabled, Disabled, Disabled, Disabled, Disabled
    "37 (r3869)", Enabled, Disabled, Disabled, Disabled, Disabled
    "36 (r3351)", Enabled, Enabled, Enabled, Disabled, Disabled
    "35 (r3349)", Enabled, Disabled, Disabled, Disabled, Disabled
    "34 (r3348)", Enabled, Disabled, Disabled, Disabled, Disabled
    "33 (r3091)", Enabled, Disabled, Disabled, Disabled, Disabled
    "31 (r3349)", Enabled, Disabled, Disabled, Disabled, Disabled
    "30 (r1040)", Enabled, Enabled, Enabled, Enabled, Disabled
    "28 (r1550)", Enabled, Disabled, Disabled, Disabled, Disabled
    "22 (r1037)", Enabled, Disabled, Disabled, Disabled, Disabled
    "20 (r12)", Enabled, Enabled, Enabled, Enabled, Disabled
    "17 (r775)", Enabled, Disabled, Disabled, Disabled, Disabled
    "16 (r257)", Enabled, Enabled, Enabled, Enabled, Disabled
    "15 (r523)", Enabled, Disabled, Disabled, Disabled, Disabled
    "14 (r520)", Enabled, Disabled, Disabled, Disabled, Disabled
    "13 (r273)", Enabled, Disabled, Disabled, Disabled, Disabled
    "12 (r269)", Enabled, Disabled, Disabled, Disabled, Disabled
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    I am going to have to think about this.

    Use any title deleter mod with ios16. Load the app, review the controls at the top. Update the database, then export/backup your title list (something like that). Then post the list here, it should save to your sd-card.
    Don't delete anything.

    Use ARCmod06_Offline.zip with ios249. Just verify that all of your settings are set to USA. Don't change anything.
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    Bad news - my Wii now gets stuck at the Warning screen.

    Reading around a little I found more info:
    1. I can power on/off with a Wii remote
    2. If I connect my wireless Gamecube remote on port 4 and hold down the direction buttons, it boots into a black screen with "4.1(USA)" in the lower right corner.

    I think I need to smack myself in the head. Based on an earlier post, I thought the update problems were caused by not enough free blocks. So I went into the Channel manager and removed channels I dont use.

    While this freed up space at the time, it now doesnt boot.

    Popping in Mario Kart causes the Wii to power on, but then I get the usuall Warning-Health screen.

    It also seems to give a black screen if there is no SD card installed.

    Now what? Sounds like a trip to Target for a new Wii is in my future...

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    backup and format your card
    Extract bootmii_folder-NTSC.zip to the card
    Boot the wii
    What happens?
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    I extracted the file to the SD card which resulted in a folder called bootmii appearing in root. I booted the Wii with this and it didn't do anything different - just displays the Warning screen and freezes.

    I tried moving the contents of the bootmii folder to the root of the SD (3 files) and I get the same results.

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    So with the sd-card removed you get a black screen, with it inserted you get the health screen.

    Remove dvds and sd card, usb stuff, boot the wii- how many times does the blue led drive light flash?

    Extract cboot2_wadmanager_1.5_mod.zip to a formatted sd-card, boot the wii.
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    I was mistaken, I get health screen whether or not there is an SD card inserted. It black screened a few times, but now I get a consistent health screen.
    The DVD light blinks once on power up.
    Booting with an SD card with the extracted files still results in a health screen freeze.

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