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    Quote Originally Posted by sociallyantisocial View Post
    place it on the root of the sd card and run banner bomb
    sort the kids out now then ill give it a try mt8. then posy back

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    what just copy it to the sd card?

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    ive put it in apps and onto the sd card will try now

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    Quote Originally Posted by kyle28 View Post
    what just copy it to the sd card?
    No you also have to perform a triple flip-flop while holding your left ear and saying "twinkle twinkle little star" reversed

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    Quote Originally Posted by messie View Post
    No you also have to perform a triple flip-flop while holding your left ear and saying "twinkle twinkle little star" reversed
    Thanks messie sarcasm is always needed when someone is getting ready to brick their wii.

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    LOL was kind of funny though...

    Kyle put the contents in the root of the SD card not the apps.
    So in the root there must be a "wiiload" folder (or "private" folder) and a boot.elf file plus the licence readme and stuff if there are any... dunno i just downloaded from bootmii.org and gives me these... anyway, place the contents of the zipped file in the root
    Last edited by messie; 08-28-2009 at 09:10 AM.

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    Quote Originally Posted by messie View Post
    No you also have to perform a triple flip-flop while holding your left ear and saying "twinkle twinkle little star" reversed
    allways nice to hear!!! can you say it backwards

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    on a serouis note, just tried the new bootmii of their website. still no joy, i think its because i ran cioscorp v3.3 the other day?

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    Quote Originally Posted by kyle28 View Post
    on a serouis note, just tried the new bootmii of their website. still no joy, i think its because i ran cioscorp v3.3 the other day?
    Oh noes not the evil cIOSCorp.... can i ask you why you installed it?

    Why does the installer say "no vulnerable IOS found, can not install"?

    The HackMii installer is the only program that can automatically make non-trivial system modifications on all Wiis. It has several different code paths (aka exploits) that it uses to do this; on any given Wii, the Installer will scan your system to find the most appropriate one to use (generally, the most stable or least invasive one).

    If you have recently installed an official update, this may mean that all of our existing exploits have been patched; in this case, please wait patiently for us to update the installer.

    In most cases, however, this means you have installed some sort of "mod pack" which leaves your system in a damaged state that interferes with our system scan. In particular, "cIOSCORP" is known to be problematic because some idiot decided it would be smart to take some old version of IOS, change the version number, and overwrite all other IOSes. Most other "packs" are less destructive, but we do not have time to test them all.

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    Quote Originally Posted by messie View Post
    LOL was kind of funny though...

    Kyle put the contents in the root of the SD card not the apps.
    So in the root there must be a "wiiload" folder and a boot.elf file plus the licence readme and stuff
    i know i surprise myself sometimes mt8. LOL it was a bit dull. joys of haveing kids and no sleep.

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