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    Restore IOS36 to Original?

    I just installed IOS38 to the IOS36 slot and read that it can potentially brick your Wii. After I am done using it to backup games, is there a way to restore to the original nintendo one so I don't risk bricking my Wii?

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    you did what? i think you may be confusing something....what exactly did you do?

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    As stated here: http://www.wiihacks.com/recommended-...s-any-wii.html

    I did this: "Run cIOS38r13 installer select IOS36 as the one it should use and then select wad install."

    I assume by selecting IOS36 that is where it installed to and not IOS249?

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    the ios36 is selected as the ios that the installer runs off of (works with), then installs cIOS38r13 as 249, and it's pretty safe

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    Thanks. Just making sure.

    EDIT: Does that mean any future wii updates won't cause any problems?

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