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    4.2 and getting no known vulnerable IOS on hackmii

    got a wii here with 4.2 on

    installed by Firmware Updater 4.2 (by Waninkoko)
    then installed wii update from them

    trying to softmod me wii useing Amarokz

    but keep getting this error




    how can i fix this i got bannerbomb and Trucha Bug Restorer 1.1 someone told me on irc chat room but he want offline any help would be nice thank you for looking

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    looked @ No Vulnerable IOS found

    i am going to look around as dont want to mess this up

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    Quote Originally Posted by skeav View Post
    got a wii here with 4.2 on

    installed by Firmware Updater 4.2 (by Waninkoko)
    then installed wii update from them

    trying to softmod me wii useing Amarokz

    but keep getting this error




    how can i fix this i got bannerbomb and Trucha Bug Restorer 1.1 someone told me on irc chat room but he want offline any help would be nice thank you for looking
    i put together something with indiana pwn download this and read the readme
    Last edited by nightstah; 05-27-2010 at 04:36 PM. Reason: Removed Link to External unapproved softpack

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    There's already a superior cIOSCorp aka DarkCorp uninstalling Recommended Guide here for this all-too-well-known problem and solution.

    If you have something else to offer, there's the user-submitted guides section of this site where you can submit it (expect to support it full-time, btw).

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