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    after i select homebrew channel, what should i expect to see?

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    The d2x cios installer

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    there's no d2x cios installer... it shows no list... just a blank homebrew channel...

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    It sould show upin the hbc. It should be like this:

    SD:/apps/d2x cios instaler/boot.dol

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    Oo! No spaces! You can't have spaces in any folder/file name.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Caderyn View Post
    Oo! No spaces! You can't have spaces in any folder/file name.

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    maybe this is the problem... anyway, thanks! i'll try it later! i'll update you all later! thanks for the support! ^_^

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    guys i tried to do what Caderyn told me. but it still won't do... by the way, when i open the homebrew channel, it displays "Network not initialized" then at the upper right side are then number "1.0.7" and the version "IOS61 v22.29" what should i do?

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    sir richardsito, i tried following your guide:

    - Select IOS36 or 236 to use during the instllation
    - Select cIOS to install i.e <D2X v6>
    - Select base IOS i.e <57>
    - Select cIOS slot i.e <250>

    but the slot 250 has IOS installed already. so i tred slot 248 and got the error:

    net_init failed
    Init Network failed: -24
    Failed to get NUS object tmd.5918
    ERROR(s) occured during cIOS248 D2X v6 base 57 rev21006 installation

    then i tried overwriting the IOS on slot 250. but still i got an error:

    net_init failed
    Init Network failed: -24
    Failed to get NUS object tmd.5918
    ERROR(s) occured during cIOS250 D2X v6 base 57 rev21006 installation

    by the way, i am installing offline...

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    If you are installing offline you need to download the installer WAD using NUS on your computer, put the WAD the wad folder in the root of your SD, and use a wad manager to install it. SD/wad/cIOS-installer.wad

    Loading the NUS installer on the Wii won't work if you're not connected.

    Also, if somethings already in the slot you might have to use DOP-Mii or the like to get it setup, but it should just install right on top. I was trying to install a new cIOS and I had to jump through 5 other hoops just to do it...

    [EDIT] Come to think of it, IOS36 WAS the one I had to jump through hoops to update.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Caderyn View Post
    If you are installing offline you need to download the installer WAD using NUS on your computer, put the WAD the wad folder in the root of your SD, and use a wad manager to install it. SD/wad/cIOS-installer.wad

    Loading the NUS installer on the Wii won't work if you're not connected.

    Also, if somethings already in the slot you might have to use DOP-Mii or the like to get it setup, but it should just install right on top. I was trying to install a new cIOS and I had to jump through 5 other hoops just to do it...

    [EDIT] Come to think of it, IOS36 WAS the one I had to jump through hoops to update.

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    could you please tell me the steps if im using WAD installer? do i also need to install an application to the Wii so that it can read WAD?

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