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    Quote Originally Posted by nightstah
    Yes, no IOS 58 (USB 2.0 support) there, and HBC channel is outdated as well (needs to be 1.1.0). This user would benefit from following the "Softmod ANY Wii" guide here from start to finish.
    I was going to ask, "Why didn't HBC update itself like mine did." Then I remembered the original problem.

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    A buddy of mine had a similar problem quite a few years ago. IIRC it had something to do with the security settings in his router. Try temporarily disabling wifi security to see if it will connect on channel 11. I remember it was strange because messing around disabling and enabling the security on the router itself somehow fixed the problem. No idea why it worked, but it did. Gremlins in the machine was what I chalked it up to lol.

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    Quote Originally Posted by cjizzle View Post
    A buddy of mine had a similar problem quite a few years ago. IIRC it had something to do with the security settings in his router. Try temporarily disabling wifi security to see if it will connect on channel 11. I remember it was strange because messing around disabling and enabling the security on the router itself somehow fixed the problem. No idea why it worked, but it did. Gremlins in the machine was what I chalked it up to lol.
    Already said that's been done, and I've had other Wii's on the same networks. It's an obvious issue since different manufacturers cut corners and implement their Wifi encryption slightly different.

    Will attempt to run through the hack any wii guide with newer tools when I get home tonight.

    Just a stupid question though, is there a tool by chance for restoring all iOS's on a wii to stock? Might be a bit easier to rewrite all of them back to stock and rehack IMO.

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    Rewriting is not necessary. If you follow the whole guide, virtually everything gets overwritten in the process. If you want to ensure everything is updated to what it should be, include the IOS pack. More info on IOSes & cIOSes in the newbies thread in my sig if you're interested.

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