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    I think I see the problem. I think Waninkoko's updater patched some more IOSes with Trucha Bug. No specific info currently. Yes, check in and wait for the fix. Right now we are focused on the larger group of Nintendo updated victims, but more info on what Waninkoko's updater is doing will be forthcoming and that will help in addressing your problem.

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    Quote Originally Posted by gen3sf View Post
    OK, not great, but good. So, I've been reviewing your steps and it's clear that while you got to 4.2 by waninkoko's updater, we all thought you were part of the masses that had gotten the Nintendo Update. Now, because you did not get the Nintendo update, all your IOSes and cIOS are expected to be intact. Given that, the failure of reinstalling IOS36 to clear the HBC error msg is odd.

    Forget about those trials of the other IOSes for now. Maybe Waninkoko's updater will be found to have quirk, but for now, leave it.
    I was reading that Trucha bugged wii consoles have fakesigned IOS's and causes a HBC screen flip. So that is the reason the screen flipped and I can't reinstall HBC because of the Trucha bug I used awhile back (dogeggs guide) patched and supposedly fakesigned my IOS's (which is why NOW Hackmii 0.5 won't install HBC or anything) but see the first time I install the new HBC it worked UNTIL I installed the Waninkoko Firmware updater,after that was installed the HBC display was upside down and that is when I came here addressing concerns. You stated (Gen3sf)I should delete the hbc and reinstall it with hackmii 0.5 which I tried but for some reason the firmware from waninkoko messed up the trucha bug IOS's somehow and now hackmii blocks me from reinstalling the new HBC.

    here is a source btw:
    GAF's Wii Homebrew thread: Do NOT update to 4.2, Nintendo are bricking non-HBCed Wiis - Page 98 - NeoGAF you'll have to scroll down some and find the posts by "milthos" and "clipper" have the topic I am pertaining to.

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    you should install ios36 clean and retry

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    Quote Originally Posted by messie View Post
    you should install ios36 clean and retry
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    I really did try this is what I did.

    1. Put Bannerbomb exploit,wad manager 1.4,Loam mii and put IOS36-64-v3094 in a folder labeled "WAD" on the root of the SD card I used.
    2.Load bannerbomb by clicking on the SD menu icon on the lower left hand corner.
    3.I am asked if I want to load and I say yes. it loads loadmii and I load up "wad manager 1.4
    4. After wad manager loads I chose to install IOS36-64-v3094. The wad installs and it's finished. I back out of loadmii.
    5.I empty contents of my SD card and place Bootmii 0.5 installer (boot.elf) and Exploit (private folder) On the SD card Root.
    6. I load the exploit like I did with bootmii and I get a "Not known Vulnerable IOS" Message and have no choice but to back out of boot mii. The result has been the same each and everytime.

    Am I doing something wrong. Please tell me so I can correct it. I don't know what I am doing wrong if that is what I must do.

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    no you did that right and it should have worked. try downloading one from NUS download, remeber to pack it in wad, then install this wad you downloaded

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    Quote Originally Posted by messie View Post
    no you did that right and it should have worked. try downloading one from NUS download, remeber to pack it in wad, then install this wad you downloaded
    There is 4 IOS 36 version. Get the newest one? right?

    *edit* tried the newest one. I still got the "not known vulnerable IOS" message again.
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    Could someone tell me why my IOS250 didn't get patched? I cannot figure that out.

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    Quote Originally Posted by stupidgamer1 View Post
    There is 4 IOS 36 version. Get the newest one? right?
    try 4094 and then 3090

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    Quote Originally Posted by stupidgamer1 View Post
    I

    I really did try this is what I did.

    1. Put Bannerbomb exploit,wad manager 1.4,Loam mii and put IOS36-64-v3094 in a folder labeled "WAD" on the root of the SD card I used.
    2.Load bannerbomb by clicking on the SD menu icon on the lower left hand corner.
    3.I am asked if I want to load and I say yes. it loads loadmii and I load up "wad manager 1.4
    4. After wad manager loads I chose to install IOS36-64-v3094. The wad installs and it's finished. I back out of loadmii.
    5.I empty contents of my SD card and place Bootmii 0.5 installer (boot.elf) and Exploit (private folder) On the SD card Root.
    6. I load the exploit like I did with bootmii and I get a "Not known Vulnerable IOS" Message and have no choice but to back out of boot mii. The result has been the same each and everytime.

    Am I doing something wrong. Please tell me so I can correct it. I don't know what I am doing wrong if that is what I must do.
    I think the problem reveals itself in your IOS log. Waninkoko's 4.2 FW updater reports that multiple Trucha Bugs are part of the updating. Your IOS log looked a lot like a Wii with cIOSCORP installed explaining why davepm thought reinstalling IOS30 would help. You stated you had not installed cIOSCORP and so we were back to IOS36. Go ahead and try all the old clean IOS36 versions as it will not harm you; I suspect they won't work because of the multiple TB patches. This may also explain the exploit/bannerbomb/hackmii problems.
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    Quote Originally Posted by stupidgamer1 View Post
    I was reading that Trucha bugged wii consoles have fakesigned IOS's and causes a HBC screen flip. So that is the reason the screen flipped and I can't reinstall HBC because of the Trucha bug I used awhile back (dogeggs guide) patched and supposedly fakesigned my IOS's (which is why NOW Hackmii 0.5 won't install HBC or anything) but see the first time I install the new HBC it worked UNTIL I installed the Waninkoko Firmware updater,after that was installed the HBC display was upside down and that is when I came here addressing concerns. You stated (Gen3sf)I should delete the hbc and reinstall it with hackmii 0.5 which I tried but for some reason the firmware from waninkoko messed up the trucha bug IOS's somehow and now hackmii blocks me from reinstalling the new HBC.

    here is a source btw:
    GAF's Wii Homebrew thread: Do NOT update to 4.2, Nintendo are bricking non-HBCed Wiis - Page 98 - NeoGAF you'll have to scroll down some and find the posts by "milthos" and "clipper" have the topic I am pertaining to.
    Your case is more complicated. A small number of Wiis that are softmodded and install the new hackmii have the HBC flip and reinstall takes care of the problem w/o having to reinstall a clean IOS36. Nintendo updated 4.2 Wiis that were previously softmodded can use an exploit, hackmii and again reinstall a clean IOS36 will take care of the HBC flip, cIOSCORP Wiis reported have several IOSes that have been tried successfully. You have a Waninkoko 4.2 FW updated Wii that appears to have multiple TB patches installed. The updater did not mess up your IOSes it was deliberate act by Waninoko in response to Nintendo; the updater liberally patches a lot of IOSes with the Trucha Bug.

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