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Thread: IOS downgrader forces me to restart wii

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    yeah im using a wifi stick and it has full connection. it lets me load the file but when it asks me to press A to continue it wont accept it and immediately asks to press any button to restart the wii.

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    that really is weird... cause i know had to try like 10 times before it started... so try some more times until someone can come up with the right answer...

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    yeah i might leave it at that and come back to it tomorrow. Seemed strange to me also that it should take so many goes. Cheers

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    Quote Originally Posted by Chip23 View Post
    yeah im using a wifi stick and it has full connection. it lets me load the file but when it asks me to press A to continue it wont accept it and immediately asks to press any button to restart the wii.

    When you start IOS Downgrader it should post your IP, then you know you are connected.....it should say something like network connection.

    Also you sure you are at 3.4 firmware. If you are at 3.1 and lower it will always want to restart.

    Did you do step 4 and 5?

    Step 4 - Press ‘A’ on the Wii Mote once. The Wii should detect a SD Card. Press ‘A’ again to see a list of WADs on the SD Card. Use the ‘D-Pad’ to select ‘IOS16-64-v257-prod.wad’. Press the ’+’ to install the WAD. Once it has installed the WAD, press the ‘Home’ button to restart you Wii.

    Step 5 - Using the ‘Homebrew Channel’, open ‘Custom WM’. Now using the same method as in ‘Step 4’, install the ‘cios_fix.wad’. Once it has installed the WAD, press the ‘Home’ button to restart you Wii.

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    hi Definitely did steps 4 and 5, definitely on the internet. but it says initializing network please wait... then goes to press A and B option. when you press A it asks to press any key to restart. i just can't get past it. Definitely on 3.4 as the wii was on 2.7 and had to connect and do upgrade which went to 3.4, now i have to downgrade and this is where i am stuck. Thanks

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    hi just wondering also... can i keep going on the steps 1-10 or does the downgrader have to go in before the shopchannel etc. and then come backto it.

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    You need to do the IOS downgrade, did you try redoing steps 4 and 4 again to make sure it took?

    Also initializing network should show your IP 192.168.0.???

    Does it?

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    i did do steps 4 and 5 again. i will do 4 again. all is says on the screen when i load the ios downloader is initializing ISFS subsystem.....ok!
    then it says Initializing network, please wait.....10.0.0.5

    then immediately underneath says the disclaimer and the press A to continue and then press B to restart.

    i have no ip on the screen at all

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    i went to do step 4 again and it told me it is loaded. so thats good
    so i did step 5 again anyway

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    Quote Originally Posted by Chip23 View Post
    then it says Initializing network, please wait.....10.0.0.5


    Thats your IP address but that can't be right, I think something is wrong with the connection to you router. Double check you connection and do a connection test in the settings menu and see what you get.

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