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    How To Remove Custom IOS'?

    Hey everyone,

    I want to uninstall some of my CIOS' as I believe at least one of them that I installed recently has disabled my Wii reading my USB hard drive for game back ups.

    I have Any Title Deleter but I don't want to use it in case I remove the wrong thing. I find it hard to identify what everything is and although I can locate the IOS', I'm not actually sure if it removes the custom ones, or how to identify which are custom.

    If you know how to remove these through Any Title Deleter or any other means please do tell me anything. I'm not 100% but I'm quite sure that these are the ones I installed recently, and although I'm not 100% sure it will solve my problem I just want to try it.

    Thanks in advance!
    Reece
    Last edited by Reece; 11-13-2010 at 08:41 AM.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Reece View Post

    • cIOS36 rev10
    • cIOS rev2
    These two cIOS's installed as IOS249. Every time you install the cIOS to IOS249, it will overwrite the current cIOS249. Therfore, what ever was the last cIOS you installed to IOS249 is the only one present, the others have been overwitten. What is the last version you have installed?

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    Quote Originally Posted by Stomp_442 View Post
    These two cIOS's installed as IOS249. Every time you install the cIOS to IOS249, it will overwrite the current cIOS249. Therfore, what ever was the last cIOS you installed to IOS249 is the only one present, the others have been overwitten. What is the last version you have installed?
    EDIT: Edited my main post because I typed one of the CIOS' wrong, sorry about that. And sorry to be useless but I don't know, all I remember is it was 30 something, and that's what they both are.
    Last edited by Reece; 11-02-2010 at 02:21 PM.

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    Those revisions are old. Install cIOS38 rev 17 and you should be fine.
    Damn I suck!!!!

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    Quote Originally Posted by Krank View Post
    Those revisions are old. Install cIOS38 rev 17 and you should be fine.
    I tried it, didn't fix my problem though. I also tried installing cIOSX rev19 with IOS249 but it's still the same. Are there any other's that I could try? Unfortunately I know nothing about CIOS' and which one does what.

    It could be something else entirely, it's impossible to say, but my hard drive stopped working as soon as I installed some CIOS', so it seems unlikely it's a coincidence. I'll try more stuff tomorrow, if it comes to it I might end up having to wipe off everything and start again if all else fails. I hope that won't be the case though.

    Thanks for your help guys. If there's any more info or suggestions it's all greatly appreciated.

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    Does anyone have any ideas? I really don't want to have to make my Wii a virgin and hack it all over again, knowing my luck I'll get even more errors. Can someone just please tell me how I can remove IOS' that might be preventing the Wii from reading the USB slot. I don't want to try myself with AnyTitle Deleter because I don't want to remove anything I need and mess it up.

    Thanks.

    EDIT: I've just discovered that cIOS rev10 was one I downloaded a long time ago for Coverfloader, so it's not that that's causing problems. I'm going to edit my main post because I honestly have no idea what I've recently installed, now I'm just interested in ANY suggestions that can make my USB readable again.
    Last edited by Reece; 11-13-2010 at 08:28 AM.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Reece View Post
    Does anyone have any ideas? I really don't want to have to make my Wii a virgin and hack it all over again, knowing my luck I'll get even more errors. Can someone just please tell me how I can remove IOS' that might be preventing the Wii from reading the USB slot. I don't want to try myself with AnyTitle Deleter because I don't want to remove anything I need and mess it up.

    Thanks.
    Do this How to post a system check and we can go from there


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    Quote Originally Posted by narse1979 View Post
    Do this How to post a system check and we can go from there
    Thanks for your post, here's the results of the system check in a spoiler tag:


    Spoiler


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    You system looks highly out dated...

    Not even sure what this is IOS249 (rev 2070): Trucha Bug, ES_Identify, NAND Access

    I would follow mauifrogs mod any wii guide HERE

    This will bring you all up to date and doesn't take long to do...
    Last edited by narse1979; 11-13-2010 at 09:18 AM.


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    Quote Originally Posted by narse1979 View Post
    You system looks highly out dated...

    Not even sure what this is IOS249 (rev 2070): Trucha Bug, ES_Identify, NAND Access

    I would follow mauifrogs mod any wii guide HERE

    This will bring you all up to date and doesn't take long to do...
    You mean start from scratch or follow on from a certain step? Should I remove all homebrew off my Wii with the "make your wii a virgin" guide?

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