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    Copied directly from ithian's softmod siggy..

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    so ithian, if I do this, is it ok?
    I will:
    a) Go to Homebrew channel and run Trucha Bug Restorer, load IOS36, press 1, read the warnings then select 'downgrade IOS15', select to load IOS from SD card then let it do its job, keep an eye on what it is doing and make sure you select 'load from sd card' when it asks & don't get any errors.

    b) Run Trucha Bug Restorer again, this time select to load IOS15 on first screen using dpad left/right, then select the IOS36 menu & install patched (select 'yes' on all 3 patches) IOS36 to slot 36, again using IOS from SD card.

    c) Run Trucha Bug Restorer again, load IOS36 and this time select restore IOS15.


    Then I will:

    a) If you are on system menu 4/4.1 use Wad Manager with default settings (IOS249 & SD card) to install IOS60-patched.wad - make sure you do this before you install Priiloader. If you installed it in step 4 then skip this part. Never uninstall IOS60! You will brick!!

    b). Open the Homebrew Channel and load Priiloader, press + to install. After install, your Wii should reboot and load the Priiloader menu. If it doesn't, turn your wii off and on again whilst holding down reset and it will load the Priiloader menu.

    c) Select 'system menu hacks' in the Priiloader menu, and enable the hacks that you want - 'skip disc update check' and the region free ones are all you need. Select 'save settings' and wait for confirmation message to display 'settings saved'. Press B to go back, and enter Settings. Set 'Autoboot: System Menu' using D-Pad, then select save settings. Press B to return to main Priiloader menu.

    d) In the Priiloader menu select Homebrew Channel (if you didn't install Priiloader then just open HBC as normal), run Wad Manager 1.4, use default settings (IOS249 & SD card) and install these wads from the 'wad' folder:

    IOS38-64-v3610
    IOS50-64-v4889
    IOS53-64-v5149
    IOS55-64-v5149

    Then restart your Wii.

    I will trucha then ios60 then install the random ios stuff?

    or should i delete cioscorp first?

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    thnkas for replying, just one question,

    how do i reinstall priiloader? or install the system menu?

    also i should add, when i try to go to homebrew from the piiloader menu, it says that HB title is not installed???

    I know i have homebrew on my Wii, i have installed it and been using frequently. Im pretty sure if i can get to homebrew, i can get to bootmii, and then use my nand backup to restore my wii and get to playing it, and my wife's haunting looks of anger and dissapointment.
    (she hasn't got to play her gift yet, wii-fit)

    I was wondering if it was possible to obtain a bootable homebrew disc, or even a bootable bootmii disc?
    Last edited by Jazen76; 12-27-2009 at 07:15 AM. Reason: more info

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    @robertbaobao - There's a cIOScorp uninstaller out there you can use that should get ciscorp off your system. I would find that and run it first, make sure your NAND backup is available just in case anything goes wrong during this process. After that, what you copy/pasted looks fine, but I also don't know what system files the cioscorp uninstaller leaves you with. If you run into any errors along the way, consider running through all the steps from the 3.1-4.1 guide.

    @Jazen76 For Bootmii to launch you'll need the bootmii folder, with the files armboot.bin, bootmii.ini, ppcboot.elf inside, at the root of your sd card. Bootmii will then launch when you power the console. This will only work if bootmii was installed as boot2.
    "I think that the Wii is a beautiful piece of hardware, and a broken Wii is a tragedy. It doesn’t matter why or how." -- Bushing

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    Quote Originally Posted by Ithian View Post
    @robertbaobao - There's a cIOScorp uninstaller out there you can use that should get ciscorp off your system. I would find that and run it first, make sure your NAND backup is available just in case anything goes wrong during this process. After that, what you copy/pasted looks fine, but I also don't know what system files the cioscorp uninstaller leaves you with. If you run into any errors along the way, consider running through all the steps from the 3.1-4.1 guide.

    @Jazen76 For Bootmii to launch you'll need the bootmii folder, with the files armboot.bin, bootmii.ini, ppcboot.elf inside, at the root of your sd card. Bootmii will then launch when you power the console. This will only work if bootmii was installed as boot2.
    i have bootmii installed, i guess it wasn't installed as boot2, i installed way back when i started this whole modding thing. is there a way to launch it from priiloader?

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    There should be a "Bootmii IOS" option third down on the priiloader menu, click that when you have those files on your sd card and it should load. If it doesn't that means the IOS bootmii is stored on was also corrupted and won't be accessible, or that priiloader somehow malfunctioned trying to boot it up.

    You should post this in the bricked forum where it belongs as your problem is much less likely to get noticed by someone, who could probably help you better than me, in this thread.
    "I think that the Wii is a beautiful piece of hardware, and a broken Wii is a tragedy. It doesn’t matter why or how." -- Bushing

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    To Roberto and Ithian,

    Thanks for your help! I have been successfull in unbricking my Wii!!!!

    The wife loves me again, and all is well!

    Thanks Again!!!!

    Jazen

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    Well, congrats!

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