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

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    What kind of bricks does this fix ? Installing a system menu without a pached iOS , deleting IOS under 200 ?
    Does this fix the 003 error ?

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    Quote Originally Posted by arcadekidflo View Post
    What kind of bricks does this fix ? Installing a system menu without a pached iOS , deleting IOS under 200 ?
    Does this fix the 003 error ?
    This fixes dop-mii/dop-ios bugs on 4.3 wiis who are lucky and patched ios80. Error 003 is fixed, 100% u/j/e, you should read my guide on it.
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    Okay, I've been working on something for awhile, but I'm completely stumped on how to do it. What if you made an update partition (which I haven't figured out to do, possibly because of _update.inf) with with a System Menu 0.0. You could remove boot2 and IOS 9,11,20,30,40,50,52,60,70, and 80 (from the update partition, not the Wii lol), but add all the non-stub IOS's from 4.3b . If anyone updated their System Menu would be untouched, bootmii would not be overwritten (both versions) and any cIOS would not be overwritten.

    It seems perfect for
    1) Modchip users who can't play new games and want to easily update their IOSs
    2) Anyone who has corrupt IOS's, excluding the System Menu IOS.

    I can't get the update to work, so I gave up. I thought maybe you could do it (only if you want to though) since you have figured out how to make a custom update partition.

    Edit: LOL! I should have done a search when I first thought about this. It seems you and mauifrog had been working on the update partition months before I considered it.
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    That would be easy enough to do Joostin. The hardest part about making an update partition is getting all the TID's correct because there's a specific format you need to figure out and it isn't documented anywhere (that I know of anyway).

    You wouldn't really need to worry about that part for the disc you're talking about since you could just cut and paste all the existing TID's and hex versions from an existing update partition. I had to figure it out for this particular disc because of the custom system menu and IOS it installs.

    I don't think I would be interested in making that kind of disc ATM but would be willing to give you pointers. The most important tip I can give you is that every single byte in the __update.inf means something so you can't skip over anything and hope it's all ready at the correct setting. You should also play around with partition builder as it will save you the hassle of learning the format in fst.bin
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    Thanks for the info. I wasn't actually requesting that you do it yourself. I was just mentioning it in case you were interested. I gave up on this awhile ago because I realized it was over my (enormous) head. I had forgotten about it until I read this post.

    There are other ways for fixing corrupt IOS's, so I don't think I'm about to work on this. I still haven't added game exploits to my IOS guide, lol. I'm so lazy.
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