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    Us No Vulnerable IOS found, fix tested on 2 consoles so far

    I don't usually write tutorials, but here goes, and yes I know I can't spell worth a crap

    WARNING - Messing with IOS files on your Wii can brick it, ask questions if you don't know what you are doing BEFORE you do it, wait for replies, don't go off half cocked and try it anyway before someone answers you. That being said.....

    If you have any questions post in this thread, I will do my best to answer as quickly as possible, I am not a Wii Guru and no I don't know everything, this is just a post to help if I can, it comes from my personal experience, yours may differ. I have tried to make this as clear and safe as possible.

    UPDATE 11/02/2009
    Messie says only IOS36 is needed, however this did not work for me, So try IOS36 only first, if it dont work do 30,36, and 61.


    UPDATE 10/18/09
    I ran into the No IOS problem on my 4.1u and was able to get around it by reinstalling only IOS30, IOS36 and IOS61. After that Hackmii installed perfectly and I don't have an upside down HBC running v1.0.6. and I now have a NAND backup (too bad I didnt do this to begin with, guess I shoulda read more before I initially modded my Wii)
    I believe IOS30 is used by the hackmii installer, IOS36 is used by DVDx and IOS61 is used by the HBC

    ShadowSonic2 was nice enough to post this info on those 3 IOS files and what they do (Thanks ShadowSonic2)
    IOS30 is used for Systemmenu 3.2 - If you're on 3.2 then it would be good to have it trucha signed incase you ever get stuck in a situation where you are bannerbricked and need to autoboot a disc"
    IOS36 is used to install some Homebrew apps like preloader
    IOS61 is used by the Wiishop channel.

    I do know that after installing the original versions of these files everything installed and worked fine, re-patching any of these caused my HBC (1.0.6) to be upside down.

    The version numbers of these you need to install may vary depending on your System Menu version. (If I come across any info on what versions should be installed to what System Menu I will update this post with that info)

    I used Dop-IOS to install all 3 files and then restarted the Wii, did bannerbomb/Hackmii and all was good

    Hope this helps, post your results for others to see, good luck


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    Last edited by pccfatman; 11-02-2009 at 08:51 AM.


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    I can vouch for this method. It worked for me very nicely, and I have HBC up and running like before.

    Thanks for all the help man through Live, I appreciated it.

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    Glad I could help

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    There is an easier one. Install HBC as a wad. How s that for a solution?

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    Quote Originally Posted by messie View Post
    There is an easier one. Install HBC as a wad. How s that for a solution?
    That will allow for the reinstall of HBC, but will not remove modifications made by cIOSCorp, nor allow you to update when HBC updates next time, but a good suggestion nevertheless

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    there is always cioscorp uninstaller

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    Quote Originally Posted by messie View Post
    there is always cioscorp uninstaller
    even better, dont be an idiot and install cIOScrap in the first place?

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    Quote Originally Posted by davepm View Post
    even better, dont be an idiot and install cIOScrap in the first place?
    Well, I was unfortunately one of those idiots, following a tutorial of an apparent other idiot, but for those of us who made the idiot mistake, I posted a way to get rid of it as for cioscorp uninstaller, in my case it was not relevant as I was on 4.2 and could not use anything but wadmamager via bannerbomb to get hbc back up and running.

    cioscorp installer/uninstaller is simply an automatic wad manager, unfortunatley in my situation it did not work all it did was give me errors when trying to install the original files back. The only program that worked for me was wadmanager 1.4

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    I have all the 24 iso and changed the wad to boot.. when i put sd card in the wii and i click the sd card it shows up as empty

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    Quote Originally Posted by goodguy666 View Post
    I have all the 24 iso and changed the wad to boot.. when i put sd card in the wii and i click the sd card it shows up as empty
    The IOS files need to be on the SD Card in the wad directory, only the wads themselves, no subdirectories.
    You also need the latest bannerbomb on your sd card, and you dont insert the sd card until after it says nothing in the sd card slot

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