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    Upside Down Homebrew and not able to find HomeBrew in Preloader

    Hi Guys
    Well I think I am almost there but I have some issues:

    I was on 3.4u and I installed cios 222, 249. I even have 223 but dont really know what that is used for but no matter. I installed Loader GX and all my back ups work great even all the RB and Guitar Heros.

    I wanted to update to 4.1....in order to install preloader which I could not use with 3.4, so I used Pimp My Wii...I know that was stupid (only after I did that I saw the 4.1 update guide which I should have used. Pimp my Wii seemed to install everything as planned and got me to 4.1.
    I am on Homebrew 1.0.5 ios36 v 12.22 now as well.

    When I went back to homebrew I got the upside down picture. I then read I was to use Dop-IOS MOD. Which I did and all was right side up again.

    As a final step I really needed a recovery strategy and since I could not use boot2 method I had to install Preloader.

    I did the prerequisite and install IOS60patched which was great. I then installed preloader and got an error message (could not find root) and after some reading i found out that I needed to do a Trucha Bug Restorer - which i did. After that I noticed that I had an upside down Homebrew again...UG.

    How do I fix this AND install preloader ??


    Thanks for all your help to this point!!
    Last edited by beach40; 10-03-2009 at 08:47 AM.

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    if you have cIOSCorp installed you will get an upside down HBC and not be able to reinstall HBC via hackmii and it will tell you no vulnerable IOS found

    refer to my post http://www.wiihacks.com/general-home...es-so-far.html to remove cIOSCorp and reinstall HBC. Make your own decisions if you want to try it, worked for me but no guarantees as I was on a 4.2u system

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    Well instead of replacing all the IOs that are listed in your linked post..there was an easier way to get homebrew upright...

    My homebrew was using ios36 I downloaded it using NSUD , packed it and put the WAD file in the WAD folder and installed it with WAD manager....Presto!

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    Quote Originally Posted by beach40 View Post
    Well instead of replacing all the IOs that are listed in your linked post..there was an easier way to get homebrew upright...

    My homebrew was using ios36 I downloaded it using NSUD , packed it and put the WAD file in the WAD folder and installed it with WAD manager....Presto!
    Yes I have updated that post with a couple of warnings, and to mention the I was running 4.2 and LU65 and cant downgrade......

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    Quote Originally Posted by beach40 View Post
    Well instead of replacing all the IOs that are listed in your linked post..there was an easier way to get homebrew upright...

    My homebrew was using ios36 I downloaded it using NSUD , packed it and put the WAD file in the WAD folder and installed it with WAD manager....Presto!
    Man, I must have been half asleep when I read this last nig, as my above post makes no sense......

    Anyway, I tried IOS36 first before ever attempting replacing all those IOS files. Unfortunately it didnt work in my case. I will hawever mention that in my other post for people to try beforehand, as it seems much safer to me.

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