Hi ive tryed downgrading to ios15 through Trucha Bug Restorer and when it gets to step 1 i get error Es_ addtitlestart returned -1035. maybe you need to update downgrader error could not set the revision to 0 downgrade failed press any button to exit ? can you please advise me on what im doing wrong thanks:(
Forgive me if i'm starting to sound like an idiot, but no matter what i do with regards to the trunch bug / ios36 issue, I cannot stop getting the error 1035 message! I have been reading for days and tried (i believe) every different option to get around this.
I'm running on system 4.0E and have had all this working once with regards to playing back up games, but because a lot of newer games were not playing i set out to update my softmod.
Please correct me if i'm wrong, but could i not just update to 4.2 and just start from scratch?
thank you very much,i had the same problems and followed your intructions and everything perfect now,you made my son smile again,thanks and thanks again
wiimote stops working
[B][SIZE="4"]when i try to install a cios on my wii 4.1, the wiimote stops working when i press A.
I had tried everything with my Wii (4.0E) to downgrade the IOS but nothing worked..... except this! Thank you so much you are absolute legends.
Please help, I can see its been mentioned on here over and over again, but I must be doing something really stupid as no matter how many times I run through the trucha Bug restorer procedures I alway get he 2011 error we I attempt to install the patched ISO36, after sucessfully downgrading to ISO15.
I have version 4.1 E with HBC installed
help plz.. I have Install IOS to Slot = 36, Patch Hash Check = yes, Patch ES_Identify = yes, Patch nand Permissions = NO.
Originally Posted by Dogeggs
after that my my HBC screen up sidedown. i know patch nand permissions should be yes. It's anything i can do about it?
Need help please
System menu 4.1u - use the bannerbomb v1 exploit have HBC install and bootmii only as ISO as it first allow me to install
I'm using this thread to install cISO on my wii only problem is this one I did run TBR and select downgrade IOS15 then select load IOS from sd card when it says Getting IOS revision 266 selected from sd card works fine then Getting IOS15 revision 257 selected from sd card works fine here is the problem when it says Step 1: set the revision to 0 Step 2 Install IOS with low revision - Preparations complete, press A to start step 1... Intalling ticket... setting the revision to 0... Error: ES_AddTitleStart returned -1035, maybe you need an updated Downgrader Error Could not set the revision to 0 downgrade failed press any button to exit
Important to mention that I first follow the intrstuctions for USB Loader GX Readmii v2 found here readmiiv2
It's not my Wii, it was my sister's. Mine works fine. Hers was 4.0U and I didn't install preloader because I got cocky that I got everything from this thread to work fine. Installed BootMii as IOS (big waste of time). Long story short, I bricked it so bad, Nintendo couldn't even get in, so not suspecting anything they replaced it free of charge with 4.2U firmware. I only hope I can get it up and Brewed again without any more problems.
Originally Posted by yyhung317
STAY AWAY FROM WAD PLAYER (or maybe it was because I said "yes" to install the shopping channel; old files and all that confusion)
This next question is actually about my own Wii, so you'll have to forgive the double post. Long story short, I wanted to play Wii Sports Resort, and since the update didn't affect WadManager or my USB Loader last time, I figured "what the heck, I'll update". Before, however, I didn't have my Gamecube backup loader. The update from the disc has effectively shut down Gamecube Backup Loader Xi.
My question is...which of these steps should I follow to get my gamecube backups working again while avoiding future issues from my legitimate Sports Resort disc? I want to do this in as few steps as possible so I can reduce the risk associated with tampering with my Wii.
Oh, and my Wii is an elevenonenineohsix on System Menu 4.0U.