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    Only getting "Error has occurred" after updating channels via Dop-Mii

    I have a 1st gen Wii with version 4.2u installed.
    I recently installed Bootmii as a boot2 along with DVDx and HBC.
    I then installed a Wiikey Fusion modchip.

    Everything was working just fine till version 4.3 was released.
    I wanted to be able to purchase from the wii shop channel and so attempted to update it via dop-mii. (first time ever using)

    I downloaded Dopmii version 12 and started it up via my SD card.

    I installed the fake-signed ios36 by pressing install, and then followed all prompts after doing so...

    After I was done it said everything was a success.

    I then opened up ios36 and updated the wiishop channel to v19.
    I also updated all other channels.

    I then restarted my Wii...

    Now no matter what channel I select will act like it is going to load and then gives me the following error:

    "An error has occcurred.
    Press the Eject Button, remove the Game Disc, and turn off the power to the console. Please read the Wii Operations Manual for further instructions."

    I am still able to load both original and backup games through the game loader channel. But ALL OTHER CHANNELS / DOWNLOADED GAMES give me the same error that I mentioned above.

    I had previously backed up my NAND and attempted to restore... but no matter what I do, I cannot fix the problem that I created.

    Is there any way to fix this?

    This is the report from Dop-mii:

    IOS Version FakeSign ES_Identify NAND Flash
    70 (v6687) Disabled Disabled Disabled Disabled
    61 (v5405) Disabled Disabled Disabled Disabled
    57 (v5661) Disabled Disabled Disabled Disabled
    56 (v5405) Disabled Disabled Disabled Disabled
    55 (v5406) Disabled Disabled Disabled Disabled
    53 (v5406) Disabled Disabled Disabled Disabled
    38 (v3867) Disabled Disabled Disabled Disabled
    37 (v3869) Disabled Disabled Disabled Disabled
    36 (v3351) Enabled Enabled Enabled Disabled
    35 (v3349) Disabled Disabled Disabled Disabled
    34 (v3348) Disabled Disabled Disabled Disabled
    33 (v3091) Disabled Disabled Disabled Disabled
    31 (v3349) Disabled Disabled Disabled Disabled
    28 (v1550) Disabled Disabled Disabled Disabled
    22 (v1037) Disabled Disabled Disabled Disabled
    21 (v782) Disabled Disabled Disabled Disabled
    17 (v775) Disabled Disabled Disabled Disabled
    15 (v523) Disabled Disabled Disabled Disabled
    14 (v520) Disabled Disabled Disabled Disabled
    13 (v273) Disabled Disabled Disabled Disabled
    12 (v269) Disabled Disabled Disabled Disabled
    9 (v778) Disabled Disabled Disabled Disabled


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    Interesting problem. Before I suggest a possible fix, I wish to make sure you have bootmii as boot2 installed. Totally turn of your wii and then turn it on. Count the number of disk flashes and post it here.
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    By disk flashes, I assume you mean the disk tray flashing blue?
    If so, then the flash sequence is as follows:
    There is 1 normal lengthed flash immediately after pressing the power button, followed by 2 VERY quick flashes. Once the screen loads up with the "Health Warning" page prompting to push "A", then there is one last longer flash.

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    Also, I dont know if this matters, but ios249 is still a stub... I was about to remove the stub and replace with cIOS38 rev14b, but I am going to hold off incase I mess things up even worse.
    It was suggested to install Trucha Bug Restorer to downgrade ios15 and then after TBR is installed to use cIOS38 to work with ios249??
    I almost did it... but once again, i'm going to hold off incase i dig myself in a hole that i cant get back out of.

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    Updating to 4.3 killed your softmod. Two quick flashes would mean you have BootMii installed as boot2. Do you have your BootMii folder on the SD card and a NAND backup? If you have to reinstall BootMii, I'm not sure how you would accomplish this on 4.3 (I had thought someone said it removed BootMii like it does your cIOS) as I think the HackMii installer won't work on this version.

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    UPDATE:
    Thank you everyone for your help... but I solved the problem!
    Turns out it was my mod chip causing all the problems. I have system menu 4.2u still. I never updated to 4.3...
    Before I updated all the channels with Dop-Mii I was able to have my mod chip on and still use ALL of the channels and wiiware games I had downloaded.
    Now that I have updated the channels with Dop-Mii, if I have my mod chip on and attempt to load ANY channel other than the Disk Channel or HBC, I am presented with a black screen saying "An error has occurred..."
    BUT, if I go to my mod chip settings and turn it off, and then reboot my Wii... ALL channels and Wiiware games work.

    So for some odd reason my mod chip is preventing the channels to boot correctly or something.
    No biggie though... I rarely use anything other than the Disk channel and HBC... so when I do need to use them, i'll just need to turn off my mod chip.

    Which by-the-way, if anyone is wondering, I have the new WiiKey Fusion chip in my Wii.

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    You should probably make an inquiry to the Wiikey people on this issue; likely they'll (hopefully) release a fix to address the issue.

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