I meant an update after clean IOS were installed manually using a custom IOS such as IOS236 or cIOS38 rev 14 or 17....they will easily overwrite any higher revision IOS with a lower revision. Example, you could install IOS60 v6174 over top of IOS60 v65535 or v54321 without returning the -1035 error.
@Krank --- A 4.3 update disc would only work for those who don't have 65535 (c)IOSes installed. Thanks for the thought, though. Maybe I can add it to the guide.
This is very important because the guide will be useless if it does not cover overwriting IOS revisions with a higher revision number.
EDIT: IOS16 v512 is a STUB. Why is it included in the main IOS? Doesn't make much of a difference as the structure will need to be changed....just curious? Nice job on the pack.
Last edited by Krank; 01-28-2011 at 09:49 PM.
Damn I suck!!!!
I have a question though....this guide isn't to "hide the mod" if people need to send it in right? Because we know that's a futile effort.
If that is the purpose then whatever system menu is installed, the corresponding IOS should also be installed. Meaning if the guide lands you at 4.1 you should have the IOS that came with 4.1 not 4.3.....or if it lands you at 4.2 then you should have the 4.2 IOS and stubs. If that's not the purpose then I guess it doesn't matter and it's best to have the latest version installed.
Damn I suck!!!!
Good point...think it shouldnt matter...if they put a 4.2/3 disc it ll still ask for the update
either way is fine...
Wasn't the 4.2 update the one that bricked a lot of Wii's?
Thanks for the screenshots, I wasn't looking forward to typing out every IOS and revision number.
I'll make a new pack if you guys think it's important. All I have to do is move a file, recreate the sums file, and upload it again.
"Macs are the Perfect Computers," said the Perfect Idiot.
if you remove it it should be fine to update....
Hey guys, just to let you know, i'm on 4.1E and have been looking for a guide to virginize it. The guide that was on here got pulled down, so i'm kinda stuck at the moment. I'm probably not the only one, so keep up the good work, looking forward to the guide.