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    cIOScorp Uninstall Help

    Ok my buddy bought a used wii and asked me to make sure it was up to date and also put a few apps on it. I ran dop-mii to check the IOS' (results below) and to me it looks like cIOScorp was installed at some point(because of the Korean IOS's). Am I correct in thinking this?

    I have no experience with cIOScorp and no use for it because I load from USB. I have read all the info I can find on the subject and just thought I would check before I did anything seeing as it's not my wii.

    Can I just run the cIOScorp uninstaller and then manually update the IOS files?

    Any input is appreciated.

    Thanks.


    DOP-Mii Report
    Region North America (U)

    IOS Version FakeSign ES_Identify NAND Flash
    250 (v65535) Enabled Enabled Enabled Disabled
    249 (v14) Enabled Enabled Enabled Disabled
    223 (v4) Enabled Enabled Enabled Disabled
    222 (v4) Enabled Enabled Enabled Disabled
    202 (v65535) Enabled Enabled Enabled Disabled
    70 (v65535) Enabled Enabled Enabled Disabled
    61 (v5405) Disabled DisabledDisabledDisabled
    60 (v65535) Enabled Enabled Enabled Disabled
    57 (v5661) DisabledDisabledDisabledDisabled
    56 (v65535) Enabled DisabledDisabledDisabled
    55 (v65535) Enabled DisabledDisabledDisabled
    53 (v65535) Enabled DisabledDisabledDisabled
    52 (v65535) Enabled Enabled Enabled Disabled
    50 (v65535) Enabled Enabled Enabled Disabled
    46 (v65535) Enabled DisabledDisabledDisabled
    45 (v65535) Enabled DisabledDisabledDisabled
    43 (v65535) Enabled DisabledDisabledDisabled
    41 (v65535) Enabled DisabledDisabledDisabled
    40 (v65535) Enabled Enabled Enabled Disabled
    38 (v65535) Enabled Enabled Enabled Disabled
    37 (v65535) Enabled Enabled Enabled Disabled
    36 (v65535) Enabled Enabled Enabled Disabled
    35 (v65535) Enabled Enabled Enabled Disabled
    34 (v3348) DisabledDisabledDisabledDisabled
    33 (v65535) Enabled DisabledDisabledDisabled
    31 (v3349) DisabledDisabledDisabledDisabled
    30 (v65535) Enabled Enabled Enabled Disabled
    28 (v65535) Enabled DisabledDisabledDisabled
    22 (v1037) DisabledDisabledDisabledDisabled
    21 (v65535) Enabled DisabledDisabledDisabled
    20 (v65535) Enabled Enabled Enabled Disabled
    17 (v65535) Enabled DisabledDisabledDisabled
    15 (v523) DisabledDisabledDisabledDisabled
    14 (v520) DisabledDisabledDisabledDisabled
    13 (v273) DisabledDisabledDisabledDisabled
    12 (v269) DisabledDisabledDisabledDisabled
    11 (v65535) Enabled Enabled Enabled Disabled
    9 (v65535) Enabled Enabled Enabled Disabled
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    Yes on all counts. cIOSCORP is installed and can be removed by running the uninstaller. You can then update the revisions manually.

    Since I'm in the middle of writing something up i happen to have the list of revisions to update to (after the uninstaller) handy.

    IOS9 (v778)
    IOS11 (v10)
    IOS12 (v269)
    IOS13 (v273)
    IOS14 (v520)
    IOS15 (v523)
    IOS17 (v775)
    IOS20 (v12)
    IOS21 (v782)
    IOS22 (v1037)
    IOS28 (v1550)
    IOS30 (v1040)
    IOS31 (v3349)
    IOS33 (v3091)
    IOS34 (v3348)
    IOS35 (v3349)
    IOS36 (v3351
    IOS37 (v3869)
    IOS38 (v3867)
    IOS50 (v4889)
    IOS53 (v5406)
    IOS55 (v5406)
    IOS56 (v5405)
    IOS60 (v6174)
    IOS70 (v6687)

    None of those are stubs.

    You'll also need to uninstall these after the Uninstaller runs (assuming your friend's Wii is not Korean, which is my guess):

    IOS40 (rev 6174)
    IOS41 (rev 3091)
    IOS43 (rev 3091)
    IOS45 (rev 3091)
    IOS46 (rev 3093)
    IOS52 (rev 5661)

    You can also always check an updated list of all IOS files here.
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    Thanks Ithian!

    I appreciate the list too.

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    @ithian

    I think that guide of yours is going to be a great addition to wiihacks.
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    Indeed, I'm always looking forward to your knowledgable posts, guides, or asides --- an asset, as always Ith

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    I used the cioscorp uninstaller, works great, then I found out it installs korean ios, so I used DOP-mii and removed korean ios,
    now I'm free of cioscrap or is it corp, lol
    just some info, coming from someone who installed it and un installed

    can't wait for the guide Ithian, like before it's gonna help a lot of people

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    Thanks guys. We'll see how it comes out it's coming along.
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    The uninstall went fine and I have updated all the IOS to the revisions in Ithians list above. Just trying to run a sys check now and for some reason it keeps freezing at the same spot. I have tried a dop-mii report and sign check and they all freeze. The last IOS dop-mii displays on the screen is IOS31, then it freezes (same with sign check).

    Does any one know what might be causing this?
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    Hmm are there any showing up as 65535 of the IOS that do get scanned?

    Try running syscheck through bannerbomb CB2_BB_SysCheck_1.6.1.zip
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