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    CodeDump?

    Whenever my wii runs a llittle from hacking (kinda like overwork or overheat), it will give me an error and say

    "Code dump!" with a text wich looks like config settings. Even if i justt turn on my wii, it usually happens with hb browser and stuff. And the app wiixplore.

    4.2U with like 2 cios lol

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    its like
    wii exception {dsi} occurred

    then a whole bunch of coding...

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    I'm getting the same problem after an update. The only time that I have a problem is when I try to download the cover art for games. It says there's one file missing and then gives me the "Exception (DSI) occurred!" message. We'll figure this out, I have been searching the posts... I'm gonna try to restore to some older settings possibly, but am wondering if it's just the server that I'm connecting to for downloading cover art.

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    That would be the program crashing, and then just throwing up debug information. Try updating all your homebrew programs to their newest versions, use a known good cIOS, try a different media too perhaps. You might also be missing an IOS that is needed or something silly. You can use DOP-IOS to download/patch/install IOS.

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    I should mention that the problem happened after downloading the latest version of homebrew, which the "3.1-4.0 softmod for any Wii" I believe says not to do. Oops. Anyways, I reinstalled the older version of homebrew and installed a few older cIOS (sorry, I don't remember which ones) and it fixed the problem. I would tell you which cIOS I installed, but my buddy deleted them off my SD card after installation when he was helping me with this problem.

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