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    hackmii installer deletes all traces?

    Hi,

    I installed the HBC and DVDx using the hackmii installer.
    I didn't install *anything* else.
    If I uninstall the HBC and DVDx using the uninstall option in the hackmii installer, there will be no traces (logs etc.) on my Wii?
    If there will be, what should I do to get rid of them?

    I know there is a guide to making your Wii a "virgin" around here, but it wasn't too clear on this issue.

    Thanks.

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    Quote Originally Posted by tatu4taty View Post
    Hi,

    I installed the HBC and DVDx using the hackmii installer.
    I didn't install *anything* else.
    If I uninstall the HBC and DVDx using the uninstall option in the hackmii installer, there will be no traces (logs etc.) on my Wii?
    If there will be, what should I do to get rid of them?

    I know there is a guide to making your Wii a "virgin" around here, but it wasn't too clear on this issue.

    Thanks.
    There is a app called any title deleter, it will remove all traces of channels, cIOS/IOS etc.
    The guide you are refering too uses this app as well, as far as we know that is the only way to remove all that we can detect. But it is unknown if Nintendo can find more.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Cressida View Post
    There is a app called any title deleter, it will remove all traces of channels, cIOS/IOS etc.
    The guide you are refering too uses this app as well, as far as we know that is the only way to remove all that we can detect. But it is unknown if Nintendo can find more.
    So, I've tried to follow this is what happened:

    I didn't downgrade to 3.2 and upgrade to 4.1 - I didn't install any other software so it's not really necessary, right?

    I used NAND Clean to uninstall the DVDx. I tried to find out if it worked using the HackMii installer, and it showed me an option of uninstalling it, as if it's still installed.

    I used AnyTitleDeleter to delete the HBC. I didn't mess around with the cIOS and IOS part of the software, because WiiBrew made it seem like the HBC and DVDx don't actually change anything in that department.
    When I tried to exit the program (home button) it got stuck, so I restarted my wii.

    Hmmm... does it sound O.K.?

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