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    Hi,

    I've completed the completesg (at [link to external guide removed]) but am now facing a problem with certain games, like my backup of nsmb, and getting the message (black bg) "An error has occurred, press the eject button..."

    Could someone please lend me a hand and see if there is any obvious mistakes in the result of my sysCheck?

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    Thanks in advance!
    Last edited by Bliepo; 08-16-2011 at 07:19 AM.

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    First things first: it is not allowed to link to guides other than those of wiihacks.com, so I have removed your link. Furthermore, we do not support external guides here on wiihacks. I did look at your syscheck though and I didn't see anything strange. It might be your loader or drive. If that does not fix things, please use the softmod any wii guide (link in my sig).
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    Quote Originally Posted by Bliepo View Post
    First things first: it is not allowed to link to guides other than those of wiihacks.com, so I have removed your link. Furthermore, we do not support external guides here on wiihacks. I did look at your syscheck though and I didn't see anything strange. It might be your loader or drive. If that does not fix things, please use the softmod any wii guide (link in my sig).
    Hi Bliepo, that's fine - just supplied it to be thorough..

    A couple of questions for you though:

    1: as I have bootmii as boot2, and priiloader installed - where should I begin to follow the "Softmod any Wii"-guide? (if it matters at all)
    2: is there a way to md5 check the ios's that are already installed on the wii? before going with option nr 1?


    I just wanna be careful not to make a nice brick of it <:


    My thought was to run through the "update all your ios's"-guide.. what do you think about that? Following this guide: http://www.wiihacks.com/other-faq-guides-tutorials/74922-update-all-your-ioss.html


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    hanks again for your answer, and thanks in advance for any future thoughts/replies!

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    I would just run through the whole guide, because it will make sure everything is up to date (e.g. it makes sure HBC 1.0.8. is running under IOS58, things like that). There is no way to md5check IOS already installed on the wii, but it is not necessary anyway. If an IOS is corrupt, it can easily be replaced.

    You could indeed run the update all your IOS guide, but you don't have to. Generally, you only need to update IOS when something is not working. I would suggest you take a look at this guide: The Impossible-To-Update" Wii (Super Hard To Brick). It allows the wii to be updated through Nintendo, without the risk of losing your softmod. Futhermore, it contains some extra brick protection.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Bliepo View Post
    I would just run through the whole guide, because it will make sure everything is up to date (e.g. it makes sure HBC 1.0.8. is running under IOS58, things like that). There is no way to md5check IOS already installed on the wii, but it is not necessary anyway. If an IOS is corrupt, it can easily be replaced.

    You could indeed run the update all your IOS guide, but you don't have to. Generally, you only need to update IOS when something is not working. I would suggest you take a look at this guide: The Impossible-To-Update" Wii (Super Hard To Brick). It allows the wii to be updated through Nintendo, without the risk of losing your softmod. Futhermore, it contains some extra brick protection.
    Thanks a lot for you insight Bliepo, I did however just have to re-install the cIOS as it was installed (although automatically) with some less common base. The links you supplied were a GOOD READ and kept me from going too far off the reservation if you know what I mean <:

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