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Thread: How To Restore the Trucha Bug in IOS36 [Guide]

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    Sorry, by everything I meant the Homebrew main page itself. All of the icons (MMM, Trucha, Dop-Mii, etc) was that funky color and the system speed would lag moving from page to page.

    Update: I re-added the rest of the cISO from the original 3.1-4.1 guide and this seems to have corrected the issue.

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    Do you by chance have the new HBC installed? I have never heard of this happening before, could be because your HBC was running on the patched IOS36 rather then an unpatched IOS. Similar to the situation where HBC would turn upside down. Just a guess.

    What exactly did you do again from the guide that fixed it?
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    What I ended up doing is adding in the addition wads from the 3.1-4.1 hack into the list for fixing the ISO15 issue.

    So, my SD card looked like this:
    (Pre-Orange/Brown look)
    apps
    bootmii
    config
    private
    wad
    boot.dol
    iso15-64-v257.wad
    iso15-64.v523.wad
    iso36-64-v3351.wad
    startup.elf

    now it is (post orange/brown look)
    apps
    bootmii
    config
    private
    wad
    boot.dol
    iso15-64-v257.wad
    iso15-64.v523.wad
    iso36-64-v3351.wad
    iso38-64-v3867.wad
    startup.elf

    Only issue I have now is that when I turn the wii on it launchs in eboot2 and I have to basically abort the iso36 menu thing. Anyway to get around that so it starts at the Nintento warning screen?

    Thanks

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    The bootmii folder is causing your issue. You don't need to keep any of those files or folders on your SD card except for maybe the apps folder but only if you have Homebrew apps that you want to run. take them off and problem solved.

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    After completing the guide you can delete everything off your SD card then copy your backup (that you should have done) back on your card. OR remove startup.elf and the bootmii folder.
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    I removed the bootmii folder and startup.elf file and seems to be on the up and up.

    Thanks again for you help

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    Gentlemen, This is my first post on this forum.. Please bear with me
    I am in the US, I bought a used wii from a friend that had 4.3 system installed on it. I followed this guide "the 4.3 softmod guide" [http://www.wiihacks.com/recommended-...od-guide.html] to install Homebrew on my wii. Everything went very well, I am very grateful!

    One of the steps in this "4.3 softmod guide", was to downgrade to system menu to 4.1, which I did, and I can confirm it by going to the Wii options and check the system menu version and it says 4.1. Now, I'd like to take the necessary measures to prevent any bricking in the future.

    My questions are:
    Does Krank guide apply to me? If so, which option (1, 2, 3) should I use?
    would you please refer me to a guide on howI can remove stubbed IOS versions?

    Thanks a lot for your help

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    No this guide does not apply to you. Why do you want to removed stubbed IOS? You should have all the cIOS you need from the softmod guide. Unless you want to install IOS 202 or something...
    Last edited by Krank; 08-11-2010 at 02:55 PM.
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    I am glad I asked then...
    There is a link down at the bottom of the "the 4.3 softmod guide" to things that you should never do.. follow this link [http://www.wiihacks.com/recommended-...never-do.html] and it says at the top of the page
    Please: Do Install-
    Bootmii, Priiloader, and Indiana Pwns.- These will help you recover from bricks.
    Make a nand backup, and keep a copy of your nand and keys in a safe place.
    Trucha patch your system ios
    Remove stubbed ios versions

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    You can remove stubbed IOS using DOP-Mii. Look for the getting to know DOP-Mii guide by Cile in the guides section. It is only really needed to remove stubbed IOS ABOVE 200 (the only Stub IOS left on your system will probably be IOS202 stub).

    But anyway, that would be a topic for another section of the site. Check out the DOP-Mii guide.
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