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    I used this guide to sofmod my 4.3U console and it was very easy and selfinstructive, what I would change is in chapter 1 part 3 (Part 3- Make A NAND Backup (NOT Optional, do this,) and
    Load HBC, press -HOME-, launch Bootmii
    Make a nand backup

    Press Power, Power, Power, Reset, Reset (or use gc-controller)
    I would write that you need to press this keys on the console and not a remote! That's the only comment I have on this guide, everything else went smoothless.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Ubbese View Post
    Hi,
    I used this guide to sofmod my 4.3U console and it was very easy and selfinstructive, what I would change is in chapter 1 part 3 (Part 3- Make A NAND Backup (NOT Optional, do this,) and
    Load HBC, press -HOME-, launch Bootmii
    Make a nand backup

    Press Power, Power, Power, Reset, Reset (or use gc-controller)
    I would write that you need to press this keys on the console and not a remote! That's the only comment I have on this guide, everything else went smoothless.

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    Uh its self explanatory. There isn't even a reset button on the remote.


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    Quote Originally Posted by Ubbese
    Hi,
    I used this guide to sofmod my 4.3U console and it was very easy and selfinstructive, what I would change is in chapter 1 part 3 (Part 3- Make A NAND Backup (NOT Optional, do this,) and
    Load HBC, press -HOME-, launch Bootmii
    Make a nand backup
    Press Power, Power, Power, Reset, Reset (or use gc-controller)
    I would write that you need to press this keys on the console and not a remote! That's the only comment I have on this guide, everything else went smoothless.

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    If you read correctly Maui's has given the corresponding console buttons on the gc controller. Nothing wrong in his instructions :-)

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    i went my stores around my area and they all seem to sell only sandisk 4GB and up, i read that 1-2gb card is required, so i'm assuming the 4gb wont work?

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    You can try one but if you get errors when trying to install the hbc and the bootmii process then its prob the card.
    Last edited by narse1979; 11-01-2011 at 10:16 AM.


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    i have used this guide loads of times with no problems but tried it today on a white wii thats about 8 months old, it was already on 4.3e i followed the guide and went back down to 4.1 but it wont load back-up discs (tried + and _ discs) it just says dvd error 1167 and the usbloader wont even recognize a 4gb usb stick it just goes back the the wii menu after a few seconds ( datatraveler 102)

    can any one help?
    would installing cios38rev14 help?

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    The older cios is a nope.

    Put your wiis serial number in here and see if the drive is capable of playing discs http://www.google.com/url?sa=t&rct=j...8KstubuQpjNdWw

    How is the usb stick set up? Have you tried another usb stick?


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    the serial is: LEM10923457 (it also has a 3 in a box at the end of it) tried it in that site but nothing comes up

    and i set the stick up using wbfs manager 3.0 after formatting it into fat32 formatted it on the manager then tried it with 2 different games on there, no other stick to try but also tried it with a 160gb seagate 3.5 hdd in a old external caddie i had

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    Quote Originally Posted by slymark1 View Post
    the serial is: LEM10923457 (it also has a 3 in a box at the end of it) tried it in that site but nothing comes up

    and i set the stick up using wbfs manager 3.0 after formatting it into fat32 formatted it on the manager then tried it with 2 different games on there, no other stick to try but also tried it with a 160gb seagate 3.5 hdd in a old external caddie i had
    Well the discs not reading and giving that error is normally a tail tail sign the drive cant play dvds.

    This is from the error index -

    1167:
    DVD Read Error:Bad burn/media.Dirty Lens use Wii Lens Cleaner.Trying to play a Dual Layer game with rev14- update to cIOS249 [56] d2x-v6 .Some old wiis are known to have problems with dual layer games.If its a new wii then it has a d3-2 drive and you cant play disc backups.Only option is USB loading.
    If you have followed the guide properly then you can wipe the cios part out.
    Your usb problem must be either a compatibility issue or you aren't setting the hdd up right. Try looking at the fat32 guide in my signature for mac and pc...
    Last edited by narse1979; 11-01-2011 at 10:44 AM.


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    ok, i just recieve an 1GB sandisk sd card the original, no adapter or anything.

    i did FULL format FAT32 and i'm running 4.2u and i click on the sd icon and nothing happened, it just says "loading sd..." and then nothing booted up.

    i'm using the right sd card and everything, what am i missing?

    edit: i also tried with lexar 1GB sd card and also nothing happened
    Last edited by thelegend808; 11-01-2011 at 12:01 PM.

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