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    Issue Removing stub IOS249 (screen distorting when loading bootmii/wadloader)

    So I've successfully loaded HBC via bannerbomb v2. I've installed bootmii DVDx, etc. successfully. I was trying to install cIOSrev14 and it kept turning my wiimote off. I searched and found that I need to remove the stub IOS249. I follow the tutorial directions perfectly, loaded everything to the root of my SD load up HBC, hit home and then launch bootmii. This is where the trouble is, at first it looks like its going to load just fine and then the screen flickers and distorts. Everything is sort of dimmed by black and the colors of the wadloader are all smudged together and I cannot see the prompts I need to select to remove the stub.

    Has anyone else had this problem? Does anyone know of a solution?

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    try hacking it with the trucha bug restorer. you can find it somewher in the tutorials for 4.2 (not mine, the other one)

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    Get to the point where I need to do this:
    2b) Back in the TBR menu, change the IOS to IOS15 and press A (NOT B).
    Now go in the IOS36 menu.
    Leave the top option to 36 and change all other things to yes.
    Once you did this, go to Install patched IOS and press A.
    and it'll fail

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    could not open file: sd:/IOS36-64-v3351.wad
    could not open file: sd:/IOS36-64-v3351.wad.out.wad
    Error reading IOS into memory
    IOS36 installation failed.

    Press A to return to loader.
    this is what it says

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    apparently you have sth wrong. format SD, try again and watch for errors in every step. also are you using the correct TBR for your sysmenu?

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    Quote Originally Posted by messie View Post
    apparently you have sth wrong. format SD, try again and watch for errors in every step. also are you using the correct TBR for your sysmenu?
    Yeah sorry I double checked with a tut and it said if I get an error I need to use TBR 1.1 which I'm doing now

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