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    Buggy version

    Argh.. I just fell in to the hole that is Dop-IOS Mod v11.4. Of course, I find the "known bug" postings afterwards, and it turns out that there are MUCH newer versions out there.

    *sigh*

    I'm in the same boat: Wii boots up nicely, but every channel causes the Wii to reset. I was hoping to find an autoboot disc or something to flash bootmii to the system, but, alas, no luck there.

    I only went down the Dop-IOS Mod route because I couldn't update the HBC. Figuring that I had bad IOS's out there, I thought it would be best to clean up and re-apply BootMii/HackMii. Now, I'm teased by a HBC channel that won't start up, and I discovered, only afterwards, that BootMii somehow got uninstalled (I hadn't touched it).

    I'm not sure where to turn now.. I'm all google'ed out.

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    Quote Originally Posted by proc View Post
    Argh.. I just fell in to the hole that is Dop-IOS Mod v11.4. Of course, I find the "known bug" postings afterwards, and it turns out that there are MUCH newer versions out there.

    *sigh*

    I'm in the same boat: Wii boots up nicely, but every channel causes the Wii to reset. I was hoping to find an autoboot disc or something to flash bootmii to the system, but, alas, no luck there.

    I only went down the Dop-IOS Mod route because I couldn't update the HBC. Figuring that I had bad IOS's out there, I thought it would be best to clean up and re-apply BootMii/HackMii. Now, I'm teased by a HBC channel that won't start up, and I discovered, only afterwards, that BootMii somehow got uninstalled (I hadn't touched it).

    I'm not sure where to turn now.. I'm all google'ed out.
    Read through this thread, if you have bootmii as boot2 you can still run homebrew through this and apply other IOS's.

    If nothing in this thread works, then do as I did. Send your Wii to one of the staff members here and they will reflash your NAND (resetting the Wii, but you will keep your savegames :P)

    I think these guys can do it, I'm not sure where you're from... but PM these guys:
    USA: streamlinehd
    UK: Bad_Ad84
    NL: erikie

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