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Thread: System Menu 3.2U v912 Downgrade Disc ISO {Dop-IOS Bug FIX}

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    Good job, could this be done with 4.1 instead of 3.2? Just curious.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Krank View Post
    Good job, could this be done with 4.1 instead of 3.2? Just curious.
    Yes but for the sake of my sanity I'm going to leave it at 3.2 for now. It's only purpose it to unbrick so once you do that you can install any system menu you want
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    I wasn't suggesting changing it, just curious if it would work the same. Thanks.
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    The new disc is up!! No patches on the system menu IOS because it was giving me problems. I may or may not look further into why it's not working with a patched IOS but for now I'm going to leave it as is.
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    I haven't seen a DOP-IOS brick personally but I am familiar with it. It was my understanding that when the game was started, the Wii just black screened. I take it that it doesn't do that with the disk update partition? Also, something I have noticed about Priiloader is if block disk updates was enable and then disabled through the system menu hacks they are still blocked until Priiloader is fully removed. The update prompt is displayed but when you the prompt is accepted the update fails. Maybe it's just me but I ran into this with 2 different versions of Priiloader (.3 and .6 I believe). Something to keep in mind.

    Great work though my friend. I'm sure this will save a Wii or two.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Krafter View Post
    I haven't seen a DOP-IOS brick personally but I am familiar with it. It was my understanding that when the game was started, the Wii just black screened. I take it that it doesn't do that with the disk update partition? Also, something I have noticed about Priiloader is if block disk updates was enable and then disabled through the system menu hacks they are still blocked until Priiloader is fully removed. The update prompt is displayed but when you the prompt is accepted the update fails. Maybe it's just me but I ran into this with 2 different versions of Priiloader (.3 and .6 I believe). Something to keep in mind.
    You're correct about not being able to boot a game Krafter however you can install this update from Recovery mode . I haven't experienced what you're saying about Priiloader but if Priiloader is installed, you can just use that to recover from the Dop-IOS Bug.
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    Quote Originally Posted by streamlinehd View Post
    Priiloader is installed, you can just use that to recover from the Dop-IOS Bug.
    Well that makes since lol.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Krafter View Post
    I haven't seen a DOP-IOS brick personally but I am familiar with it. It was my understanding that when the game was started, the Wii just black screened. I take it that it doesn't do that with the disk update partition? Also, something I have noticed about Priiloader is if block disk updates was enable and then disabled through the system menu hacks they are still blocked until Priiloader is fully removed. The update prompt is displayed but when you the prompt is accepted the update fails. Maybe it's just me but I ran into this with 2 different versions of Priiloader (.3 and .6 I believe). Something to keep in mind.

    Great work though my friend. I'm sure this will save a Wii or two.
    I don't know about .3, but .6 had a bug where you weren't able to update even without the hacks file.

    @Streamlinehd: What IOS does the disc use? Or does it matter? I've never thought about what IOS an update used. I think it would be the System Menu IOS.

    @mauifrog: I thought the last non-stubbed version of IOS30 worked on newer Wii's.

    Edit: Thanks for this streamlinehd!
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    Yes it uses the system menu IOS.

    Edit: No it doesn't work on the newer Wii's. Bricks LU64 + . Not sure what kind of brick though, if I install it on my new Wii it just freezes syscheck. But I didn't install the system menu along with it. Would likely only brick if the system menu was using it.
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    The system ios30 for 3.3 works on newer wiis, but not iOS30 v1040
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