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    Let me put it this way: your SysCheck was so mutated, it was impossible to tell that. Notice mauifrog has maxxed out revisions of certain IOS and totally different revisions of cIOS in relative slots. While true he's edited his guide over time, it appears you deviated from it. Junkmail has a guide to update your softmod; mauifrog even nowadays has a section simply to update your Wii if modded at an earlier time. Might want to keep that in mind for the future...

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    I understand Oddgriffin, and it makes sense, the thing is in my original post I supplied the information as to what I updated. As follows:

    Installed Conents below with IOS236 (rev 65535): Trucha Bug, ES Identify, NAND Access

    Installed IOS41-v3348
    Updated IOS50 to v5120
    IOS60 updated to v6400 and Trucha Signed/Patched via NUS
    IOS61 updated to v5661 and Trucha Signed/Patched via NUS
    Install IOS70-v6912 Fakesigned/Patched via NUS
    Install IOS80-v6943 Fakesigned/Patched via NUS
    BC updated to v6

    Other than that my softmod was not touched. No WAD's, no forwarders, just Wiiflow, and DOP-Mii added to SD Card. It was a vanilla Softmod per muaifrog, except that I updated IOS249 to v20 before running DOP-Mii, which as you should know, ran perfectly.


    EDIT: Nightstah, if you could kindly point out my mutations in syscheck, I would assuredly appreciate it.

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    Quote Originally Posted by sephiroth878 View Post
    EDIT: Nightstah, if you could kindly point out my mutations in syscheck, I would assuredly appreciate it.
    Why do I have to point out what should be apparent? Look:

    mauifrog's softmod:

    Quote Originally Posted by mauifrog View Post

    Cios FAQ- What this mod installs

    Your SysCheck prior to the brick:


    Quote Originally Posted by sephiroth878 View Post

    SysCheck


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    You where running system menu 4.1 which runs on ios60-v6174. You then loaded dop-mii, installed ios60-v6400. Dop-mii said ios60 is the system ios for 4.0/4.1, v6400 is a non-functional stub, installing this can brick your wii, install ios60-v6400 "NO" "YES". You said yes, please install ios60-v6400 and brick my wii, please.

    That is what happened, you bricked your wii by installing a non-fuctional stubbed system ios.
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    Yea, there isn't much in common with those sys checks.

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    Thank you maui, OP you have your answer now I hope.

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    Well, I know this seems SUPEr odd, but I actually have the ORGINAL package that I downloaded from his tutorial.
    Here is the screenshot of it's contents:


    As you can see the root contents of this RAR are WAY out of whack and NOT anything like the post you gave. I can assure you that the package I downloaded to put on my SD card WAS from muaifrog and his tutorial. I don't understand why my syscheck is so messed up...




    EDIT: muaifrog, when I ran DOP-Mii no such thing ever came across my TV saying that. I can assure you I wasn't foolishly updating my Wii with it, I carefully read every thing DOP-Mii said.


    Also: Where would I have seen that information that v6400 is a non functional stub?? I never seen anything of the sort. Nevermind, I see it on WiiBrew now.... I must have missed that
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    As stated previously, mauifrog has over time updated his softmod guide. I do know the maxxed out IOS happened at a later time, and I do know he recently switched from Rev 17 cIOS 249 to 21 I do believe. That being said, what you show doesn't mean a thing. Those are the standard IOS and don't account for the deviation on the cIOS (2XX series IOS), nor do you show those. Only mauifrog could say for sure.

    Really at this point, it's immaterial --- he's given you the circumstances in which the brick occurred. IDK how you're getting a replacement Wii for free (remember, Nintendo checks for hacking), but remember next time to consult mauifrog's block within his guide to update your Wii via his method (if softmodded at an earlier time). Good luck.

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    I surely do appreciate everyone's input on this matter. It was my fault, as I see now that updating IOS60 was a NO-GO. As per the Wii thing, I was given a Shipping label and No billing and was given a replacement on the grounds that I said that I had a power spike during a 4.3 system menu update. I got a Repair Number from Nintendo and as of now the new unit is being shipped home with a free 12-month warranty.

    Next time, I will ONLY update via muaifrog's guide, as obviously it is the only decent way to ensure a viable operating environment while using it.

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    My guide has always had ios16-v54321 installed, and many other v54321 ios. I don't see any ios in your syscheck that would have come from any version of my guide. Not to say you never followed my guide, but if you did you replaced all the ios at a later time.
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