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    Ok , i managed to clean it up but hdd still not recognised , it blackscreens when exiting a program or even at bootup ..
    Here's the syscheck now

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    From what i can see i only need to clean IOS 40 and 52 . I found them with NUS but they are stubs . Should i install them ? I think they're only used by some weird korean system menus like 3.3 or 3.5 . I'm on 4.1U now .
    Should i install USA channels on this one ? Also , how do i update Priiloader , now it has 0.3 , i just install 0.6 over it ?
    Last edited by arcadekidflo; 03-24-2011 at 01:06 PM.

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    Are you sure the HDD is compatible? If you have a US Wii there is no point in having any of the Korean IOS. Period! What do you mean USA channels? Is it region changed? And yes about Priiloader.
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    Software is 4.1U but the serial is LKM1118xxx . So it's a region changed korean console , right ? And i must install only NTSC-U region channels on it .
    I bought it with cioscorp installed and i managed to clean it up to what's in the syscheck above .
    Maybe there's no point in having korean IOS but there's no point in deleting them either if they do nothing or they're stubs ,right ?
    I also installed clean IOS 40 and 52, nothing changed

    HDD is compatible ,works perfect on my other Wii with same loaders and CIOS'es
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    I'm no expert on region changing but I believe if the console was originally Korean they need to stay. I'm honestly afraid to give further advice because I have no experience in Korean consoles what so ever and I know they are goofy. I don't want to give you advice that may brick you. I though you had a original US Wii. Sorry!
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    The guy to talk to is Mauifrog.. he's probably your best bet.

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    The wii only runs 1 ios at a time, they do not interact. The system menu is software, running on ios, games and channels are software running on ios. Software can reload to any ios it needs to use, this reboots the wii running on such ios. A functional wii only needs 3 ios to boot, it needs boot1 -> boot2 -> System ios -> System menu

    So the only ios a 4.1 wii needs to boot is "IOS60-v6174", that is it, nothing else. Of course anything requiring another ios will crash, such as the region select should you format your wii, etc.

    IOS are not large files, so there is no reason to remove them, but most are never used. The golden rule "Never Delete IOS under 200" is for noobs to prevent them from bricking their wii. Best to just leave your ios alone.

    Also, a softmoded wii only loads games under cios, so ios is irrelevant for game issues.

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    Thank you sir. I was confused by the whole Korean thing which is why I originally posted the question.
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    Syscheck looks clean now

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    Many bugs dissapeared but the ones than concern me are still there :

    - not seeing any HDD , detection rate is like 1 / 20 tries . Tried WBFS, FAT32, NTFS , all loaders .
    - can't connect to Wi-Fi ..sometimes the connection tests ok ,sometimes not ,when it's online and i go to say..Internet Channel it doesn't connect
    - not reading discs with Neogamma, not even original. I get a DVD Read Error 1167 , before the disc even starts to spin . If i enable Region Free Wii Games in Priiloader this 4.1U should read an original PAL game from disc channel ?

    Someone suggested i should try the Format Wii System Memory and redo the softmod . This might be the only software option i have left . And that NAND Formatter by bad_ad but i don't want to go there yet ...
    Last edited by arcadekidflo; 03-24-2011 at 11:14 PM.

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