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    Quote Originally Posted by jmw86069 View Post
    Okay basic follow-up question. I have things installed, but cannot run Homebrew Browser because the network isn't active. How do I do that part?

    I went to Wii settings, entered my wireless network info, then during the test it gave me "Error code: 110213" there is a problem with the WiiConnect24 service. Google wasn't comforting, saying hardware issue is likely. It seems common after NAND format. Any advice for Error 110213 or anecdotal feedback that it isn't hardware but something else?
    Try running any region changer mod6, use ios16 and mark the ELUA as read. That is just a wild guess, and you might not be able to use ARC following the nand format.
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    I can run "ARC 1.1b mod06 Offline for 4.1JUEK" using IOS16 but get this error message:
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    Identifying as SU...OK!
    Initializing Filesystem driver...OK!
    Error! ISFS_Open (ret = -102)
    Error! ES_OpenTitleContent (ret = -4)
    Warning! Can not read you wii region.
    After that, ARC loads and confirms "IOS: 16 with ES_Identity patch" but then gives the warning "WARNING: AREA/SysMenu MISMATCH". The console area is "USA", the game region is "USA", the Shop country code is "49" (for USA), the services EULA is "Read", but the System Menu 4.1 Installer says "Installed Region: ." (It's going to be challenging trying to Google a ".")

    Anyway, under the System Menu 4.1 Installer heading, it does say region "USA". I've tried to Set&Save, but no help. I did try to install System Menu 4.1 from within ARC -- probably didn't need to try since I'm already on 4.1U, but it didn't work anyway. Some ISFS error core similar to the one above.

    Meanwhile I can't actually run any Wii games. Either when loading or upon inserting a disc the Wii eventually goes to the black "There has been an error" page. I think your hunch was right, either the EULA and/or the region isn't making my Wii happy enough to play.

    A quick test of Wifi: if I tell it to scan for Access Points it will list local Wifi networks. Wifi is functional, it's just being denied by the Wii. When I try to configure it gives error 110213.

    Any other insights mauifrog?

    I did not mention that my Wii's DVD drive is a replacement from way back when the original one died (150 pounds of dust makes Wii sound like prop engine.) I used to know the drive type, I can find out if you think it matters. It had worked for WiiHacks in past though.
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    Sorry for replying to myself...

    I ran ARC mod06 with IOS36, seeing that it was ES_Identity enabled like IOS16. I figured I would just "look" and not change anything. Anyway, it identified System Menu 4.1 region "U" instead of "." as seen by IOS16. Perhaps some magic IOS can rescue me when trying to play games and such? :-)

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    Quote Originally Posted by jmw86069 View Post
    Sorry for replying to myself...

    I ran ARC mod06 with IOS36, seeing that it was ES_Identity enabled like IOS16. I figured I would just "look" and not change anything. Anyway, it identified System Menu 4.1 region "U" instead of "." as seen by IOS16. Perhaps some magic IOS can rescue me when trying to play games and such? :-)
    Was the elua marked as read?
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    Yes. It was marked "read" when I loaded the ARC page. (It remembered.)

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    Quote Originally Posted by jmw86069 View Post
    Yes. It was marked "read" when I loaded the ARC page. (It remembered.)
    Can you mark it to unread in ARC with ios36? Then try to read it from the settings?

    Also, try to disable the priiloader hacks, then get the wii online, then enable the hacks again. Just say no if it asks you to update.
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    Okay I used ARC on IOS36 to mark EULA "unread" then saved. Exited ARC, reloaded ARC with IOS36 and it still said "unread." I hope that's what you meant read from settings?

    I rebooted holding down reset to load priiloader, then disabled all hacks, then rebooted to system menu. I went to Wii Internet settings, ran test connection for the Wifi I had set up and it gave error 110213. I then went to "User Agreements" and said "Yes" (gasp) for WiiConnect24 and Wii Shop, then it sent me to Internet connections which failed again with error 110213. I then ran ARC on IOS36, marked "read" and saved, then repeated the Wifi connection test which still failed with error 110213. Hope I didn't go too far trying things, I just wanted to try to save some of your time before posting back. :-)

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    Quote Originally Posted by jmw86069 View Post
    Okay I used ARC on IOS36 to mark EULA "unread" then saved. Exited ARC, reloaded ARC with IOS36 and it still said "unread." I hope that's what you meant read from settings?

    I rebooted holding down reset to load priiloader, then disabled all hacks, then rebooted to system menu. I went to Wii Internet settings, ran test connection for the Wifi I had set up and it gave error 110213. I then went to "User Agreements" and said "Yes" (gasp) for WiiConnect24 and Wii Shop, then it sent me to Internet connections which failed again with error 110213. I then ran ARC on IOS36, marked "read" and saved, then repeated the Wifi connection test which still failed with error 110213. Hope I didn't go too far trying things, I just wanted to try to save some of your time before posting back. :-)
    OK, well I don't really know. It is interesting that you got past the error -102 using cios36, that is the cios36 from my guide? You could try to do a system format from the wii settings, don't know how that would help, but. If you do you'll need to reinstall the HBC, usbloader, backup hbc channels.
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    Could be bad wifi module too.

    Or you could try converting a nand with betwiin

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    I don't know the reason for your disc channel not working (other than possibly a bad drive). I have had a similar wifi issue where the Wii would see all the available networks but couldn't connect to one. It turns out that you only need one antenna connected to the wifi module to do a scan however you need both antennas functional to connect to and use the wireless connection. I did the old tug test on both antenna wires and found that one came right out of the connector with little force. Replacing the antenna fixed the issue as the wifi card itself was working fine.
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