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    @siphilips - I have tried that guide but it does not work for me. I actually don't like that guide because it has so many "try this OR this OR this...." but there is a link to another guide on Messie's tutorial which:
    http://www.wiihacks.com/recommended-...s-4-2-wii.html

    Now, I followed that guide exactly and the only problem I ran into was step 3:
    Step 3 - Delete The Stubbed IOS

    a)Re-run Homebrew Channel and Load Any Title Deleter DB. If you get any errors just press A. Then select System Titles and press A. Then, select IOS222 and press A to delete. Do the same for IOS223, IOS249 and IOS250.
    I couldn't find the four stubbed IOS mentioned. So, I just skipped that step and everything else went just fine like outlined in the guide. The only thing is I keep getting dvd read error 1053 AND my HBC is upside down which is weird but cool at the same time. thoughts?

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    You haven't got a cIOS installed if you don't have IOS249 et al - install a cIOS

    DVD read error - is probably related to you having no cIOS, or bad media / IOS

    Homebrew channel upside down, simple, reinstall it, it returns the right way then.
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    You haven't got a cIOS installed if you don't have IOS249 et al - install a cIOS

    DVD read error - is probably related to you having no cIOS, or bad media / IOS
    So, you're saying that because I couldn't get past step 3 in the guide then that means I don't have any cIOS at all. I couldn't find the four stubbed IOS to delete and I skipped that step and that is why I don't have any cIOS. So, to fix this I simply download any cIOS. such as this one, which is cIOS36 rev10:
    cIOS36_rev10-Installer.rar

    after that, my old burned games will now work on my wii. <- is all that correct?
    Homebrew channel upside down, simple, reinstall it, it returns the right way then.
    You mean do the following step below again: ??
    Step 1 - Installing Homebrew Channel and Bootmii

    a. On your wii's main menu, click the SD Menu icon. Afterwards, insert the SD Card into the Wii. A Pop up saying Load boot.dol/elf? should appear. Select Yes.

    b. The Hackmii Installer should now run. Make sure to install Homebrew Channel and Bootmii as an IOS and/or boot2. Always install it as boot2 if your wii can.
    Is that all correct?

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    Update:

    #1. I reinstalled HBC and that fixed the problem. Thanks!

    #2. I installed the a cIOS like you said. I chose to install "cIOS36 rev10" specifically because of the advice listed in the error index:
    http://www.wiihacks.com/recommended-...tion-here.html

    It said that if I got the 'dvd read error 1035' then I should install 'cIOS36 rev10' and Neogamma r6. Well, after installing 'cIOS36 rev10' like you said, I still got the dvd read error 1035. So, next I decided to continue and follow the error index guide's advice which was to also use Neogamma r6 with the 'cIOS36 rev10'. However the 'cIOS36 rev10' would not install. I got the '1035' error. NOT the dvd read 1035 but the '1035' error. I searched for a solution in the Neogamma r6 thread:
    http://www.wiihacks.com/software-bac...ogamma-r6.html

    In that thread, dogeggs suggested that:
    those of you getting 1035 errors need to uninstall ios249 with cios uninstaller and then install cios38 r14.....

    dogeggs suggests that I install cios38 r14 which is what I already had in the first place before I installed 'cIOS36 rev10' like the error index and you advised me. This is extremely confusing. It seems like I'm hearing one thing from you and another from dogeggs. There is a big emphasis on searching and reading the forums here but sometimes information gets outdated and becomes misleading. I don't know who to listen to. How do I fix this??

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    My brother has dropped his wii off to me and he is getting this error, I modded it for him a few weeks ago and all was fine up until now, when you put an original disk in it wont read it and you just get a big clunking noise and trying through neogamma it throws up the 1053 error message, he can still play from a usb loader but we'd like to sort out the drive if possible, any thoughts?

    One other thing, he thinks his son may have tried to put a disk in when there was already a disk in the drive so perhaps that may have caused it???? He hasn't updated at all through Nintendo or anything like that so all I can think of is that the drive or laser or something is damaged............

    All and any help mucho gracias.........

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    Stewy, if you get an answer to your question please post it here. I haven't received a response yet so I'm just waiting. I am still getting the 'dvd read error 1035' and since siphilips thinks that they didn't install the new D3-2 drive then I need more guidance on how to fix this worrysome problem...

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    EL ERROR 1053, let you read BACKUP YES OR NO

    There is a right solution to eliminate error 1053 at (neogamma), other than rumors .... or there's really nothing that can eliminate it.

    I have read on the subject and there are many rumors wii disc read error with this backup yes or no.

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    Quote Originally Posted by smashlo2D View Post
    Stewy, if you get an answer to your question please post it here. I haven't received a response yet so I'm just waiting. I am still getting the 'dvd read error 1035' and since siphilips thinks that they didn't install the new D3-2 drive then I need more guidance on how to fix this worrysome problem...
    i said i suspected they updated the system menu and not the drive / system board, try as many different games as you can on your wii, if non of them work then, yes they drive probably has been changed and USB HDD is your next option for booting games.
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    Blame the error 1053

    i NEED AN EASY GUIDE TO SPEND WITH VIDEO OF MY HDD ISOS AND USING THE USBLOADER, I have tried and can not only have I been unable to download the games by Internet, nothing more ...

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    Quote Originally Posted by siphilips View Post
    i said i suspected they updated the system menu and not the drive / system board, try as many different games as you can on your wii, if non of them work then, yes they drive probably has been changed and USB HDD is your next option for booting games.
    Well, I understand this but I'm really wondering how do I discern if I really have the drive or not. I know that voiding my warranty is the only way to know for sure but how do I know if I actually deleted four stubs as outlined in SonicShadow's guide? Remember I told you that I wasn't able to finish step 3 on his guide. I think if I can finish that step and it still doesn't work then I can start using USB HDD as my only option.

    I don't want to make the switch to USB HDD if I don't have to because I don't have the iso files for my games anymore. All I have is the backup discs. So that means that I will have to download each game I own all over again which will take at least one week.

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