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    Mod issue and Wiimote issue

    Have tried searching the Forums for several days now and have not seen anything that could help me, so I am looking for some advice. I modded my New Virgin Wii back in early 2010 with Homebrew and various other items such as Usb Loaders, Priiloader, bootmii and Menu 4.2 patches,etc.,from a Guide that was on this site way back then. The install was successfull with full functions until a year ago 2011 or so, when I began having issues with my Wiimotes losing sync after more than 2 wiimotes were added as well as the hand icon becoming erratic on the screen and dissapearing as soon as I step away from sensor bar more than 5 or 6 feet. The "A" and "B", "1" and "2" buttons don't lose their functions, just the hand Icon becomes erratic or dissappears and the additional wiimotes lose their sync. During the 1 year of the Mod, my 4 wiimotes worked fine and I could play across my living room within 20 feet of the sensor bar with no problems at all. I gave up on my Wii after it started acting up and was not able to find a resolution on here. A year or more later now I miss my Wii and have tried reading the Forums again for answers to my Wiimote issue.
    I've tried all the obvious from searches on Here and on Google. Batteries; re-syncing; relocating Wii to eliminate interferences; replace Sensor Bar; Sensor Bar Settings; trying other Wiimotes, both new and used and still have the issue; unplugging Wii; candles. Wifi Board inside Wii recognizes Wiimotes easily, so I didn't think it is a defective Wifi Board. I have taken my Sensor Bar and Wiimotes and plugged them into a different Virgin Wii in the same location and everything works fine, so its not the Sensor Bar or Wiimotes.

    Is it something gone corrupt in the SoftMod??? With that thought I read a Wonderfull guide originally written by "Mauifrog" and Reposted by WiiHack Staff "Guide Bot" "http://www.wiihacks.com/recommended-faqs-guides-tutorials-only/96886-guide-softmod-any-wii.html" and decided to redo my SoftMod following that Guide So Very carefully. The Mod installed successfully, but still have the same issue with my Wiimotes Fustrated as I am I don't want to give up on my Wii again.
    Having read some more on the Forums, found this article on "cIosCorp" "http://www.wiihacks.com/tutorial-archives/54963-remove-cioscorp-darkcorp-your-wii-console.html" and had a look at my Old SD Card that I had done my first Mod back in 2010 and it has the "cIOSCORP" listed on the Card. Could this be causeing my problem??
    Having installed the New SoftMod "http://www.wiihacks.com/recommended-faqs-guides-tutorials-only/96886-guide-softmod-any-wii.html" will that have gotten rid of all the "cIOSCORP" files?? or will they still be in my system and is that what could be causing my issue???
    Please anyone with some suggestions

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    We might need to seek a publisher, for this small book you have written here.
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    Perhaps it's your Bluetooth module, I think that's what receives input from the WiiMotes, and yeah, if you followed the "Softmod ANY Wii" guide all the way through it will have removed cIOSCorp and DarkCorp.

    P.S. You may want to find a way to get your point across quicker next time, I doubt many people will want to read such a wall of text

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    Quote Originally Posted by oddgriffin View Post
    We might need to seek a publisher, for this small book you have written here.
    Sorry oddgriffin; I didn't mean for it to be so long. I was just trying to explain myself as thorough as possible.

    Quote Originally Posted by SNES_Master View Post
    Perhaps it's your Bluetooth module, I think that's what receives input from the WiiMotes, and yeah, if you followed the "Softmod ANY Wii" guide all the way through it will have removed cIOSCorp and DarkCorp.

    P.S. You may want to find a way to get your point across quicker next time, I doubt many people will want to read such a wall of text
    Thanks for your answer SNES_Master. Was not sure how to summarize my posting to include enough detail about what was done to my Wii. Sorry for the length of the post.

    Please Use The EDIT Function.
    Last edited by Jax; 01-06-2013 at 01:52 PM. Reason: Merged Posts...

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    OP could post a SysCheck in a repy. Mixing cIOSCorp IOS and regular IOS = very bad idea and often wreaks havoc on unsuspecting newbies. If your Wii was from 2010, installing that (then) would've been absolutely pointless because the drive wouldn't likely read backups in the first place.

    Please avoid "I need a book deal" type responses as followup

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