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    Help with Wiigator's cIOS installer v7

    Whenever I try to install the cIOS, by pressing A, my Wii freezes, without any error message or anything. If I press B or any other button besides A, it just reboots, as normal. I did a lot of research, but I don't think anyone else is having a problem like me. What do I do?

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    Hey, I'm having the same issue as the O.P. and upon installation, I get the following error message: (ret = -1)

    I'm running firmware 3.2u and IOS 36. I'm installing using WAD Manager 1.3

    I'm pretty new to this, so if any additional information is required, just ask and I'll dig it up...

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    Sorry for the double-post. Hope nobody minds too much...

    The .dol installer gives me the error message upon "Reading WAD file". The WAD installer on the other hand, gets to "Installing content #5" before I get the error message.

    Edit:

    Holyheck...
    Okay, I found the solution to this problem. Remove the gamecube memory card. -_-;;
    Thanks anyway, hope this helps somebody else... :-)
    Last edited by Draconic; 12-01-2008 at 05:50 PM.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Draconic View Post
    Sorry for the double-post. Hope nobody minds too much...

    The .dol installer gives me the error message upon "Reading WAD file". The WAD installer on the other hand, gets to "Installing content #5" before I get the error message.

    Edit:

    Holyheck...
    Okay, I found the solution to this problem. Remove the gamecube memory card. -_-;;
    Thanks anyway, hope this helps somebody else... :-)
    Draconic....I don't know how you figured that out, but it worked for me too!
    tks

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    No prob dude, glad I was able to help somebody out. :-)

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    Ok, so I have 3.4U and I don't know how to find out which IOS. My questino is when I go to install the cIOS, the very last part fails. all 15/15 patches install, but some last piece doesn't work.

    Any Ideas?

    -B

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    Get off of 3.4 downgrade to 3.2.

    There is a link in my sig.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Draconic View Post
    Okay, I found the solution to this problem. Remove the gamecube memory card. -_-;;
    Thanks anyway, hope this helps somebody else... :-)
    THANK YOU!!!

    I started out with my Wii on 3.4 and everything I did for downgrading it, installing the Homebrew Channel, and the wad manager, working fine except for this one. I messed around for a couple hours reading everything I could find and doing it over trying to figure out what stupid little thing I had messed up . . . . when I saw this post, and realized that my kids had left their GC memory cards stuck in the console.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Draconic View Post
    Sorry for the double-post. Hope nobody minds too much...

    The .dol installer gives me the error message upon "Reading WAD file". The WAD installer on the other hand, gets to "Installing content #5" before I get the error message.

    Edit:

    Holyheck...
    Okay, I found the solution to this problem. Remove the gamecube memory card. -_-;;
    Thanks anyway, hope this helps somebody else... :-)
    Wow, this worked very nicely. Thanks for finding that out. Not sure how you managed to figure it out, but it finally worked for me!

    Thanks so much!

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