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    Someone must have had ago before me then, Is there a way of blanking it all and starting again?

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    Quote Originally Posted by Krank View Post
    I couldn't find very much info on what the nand access patch actually is though.
    I know what you mean. "NAND Access" is useless in a search, because it is part of every sysCheck post that includes a cIOS. You basicly end up searching for whatever other keywords there are in every sysCheck post there is.
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    Can I say a massive thank you for the guide here and also the advice to unbrick a Preloader stuck console. I have spent 3 hours at it but now have a 100% working, Homebrew installed 4.1e Wii and I can't thank you enough!!

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    First, I want to say thank you for this tutorial.. It worked (sort of, I'm sure the problem is something I may be missing). I followed step by step and got no errors on any single step.

    Yet the problem I'm having is that whenever I load the CFG Loader it just freezes on the 1st screen. I've read about the problem in other forums that suggest installing cIOS38 rev 17. However when I try to using the MM Manager I get a blank screen after selecting the wad to install. I've tried using WadManager and I get a ret-1 error. I've tried 2 different SD cards (microsd with adapter/2GB, and a regular SD/64MB)

    I get the same issue with all of them.

    When I bought the Wii, it came with 4.3u already and I used a different guide to install homebrew and I had the same problem with Neogama, CFGLoader, etc. so decided to try your guide. I'm not sure what else to do,I'm just short of reformatting the wii and starting over.

    Any help, info, pointers you can provide are greatly appreciated.

    Thank you..

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    I followed your great tutorial to upgrade a EU 3.5 wii to 4,1 and change the region to US.
    I also upgrade to 249 v20 to support NTFS with WiiFlow.
    Everything worked fine for about a week but now neither Wiiflow or USBloaderGX can run any game.
    Both programs can access the USB disk and list all games but any time I try to run a game I get an error from the Game ... "An error occurred. ...eject disk .. power off ..."
    I tried to reinstall the 249v17 from the cios_pack but still same error.
    I reinstalled all wad as per tutorial but still same error.
    Anyway if I run Mplayer I can access and play any avi file saved on the films dir on the same USB drive.
    If I connect the USB disk to another wii softmod with same tutorial everything works.
    If I connect a USB drive formated wbfs I still can't play any game.

    Any suggestion? What can I try?
    Thanks in advance for the support

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    Quote Originally Posted by maerds View Post
    I followed your great tutorial to upgrade a EU 3.5 wii to 4,1 and change the region to US.
    I also upgrade to 249 v20 to support NTFS with WiiFlow.
    Everything worked fine for about a week but now neither Wiiflow or USBloaderGX can run any game.
    Both programs can access the USB disk and list all games but any time I try to run a game I get an error from the Game ... "An error occurred. ...eject disk .. power off ..."
    I tried to reinstall the 249v17 from the cios_pack but still same error.
    I reinstalled all wad as per tutorial but still same error.
    Anyway if I run Mplayer I can access and play any avi file saved on the films dir on the same USB drive.
    If I connect the USB disk to another wii softmod with same tutorial everything works.
    If I connect a USB drive formated wbfs I still can't play any game.

    Any suggestion? What can I try?
    Thanks in advance for the support
    I don't know, wierrd. Try a fresh install of the loaders to a formated sd card. Try a fresh iso on fat32. I don't think it has anything to do wii your wii, but I don't really know what your issue is.
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    Great guide, I did the Messie 4.2 guide just over a year ago and decided to update with this guide, followed it completely from Homebrew already installed. Work great now running on 4.1. Thank you

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    Quote Originally Posted by vinatec View Post
    Hey,
    if you know what you are doing just leave out what you don't want to have installed on your console (of course do not leave out important stuff like the systemmenu IOS when you are downgrading etc). This guide specifically installs everything needed to have a good/hacked wii setup. Find the cIOS FAQ (in post #1, second spoiler tag) in which mauifrog describes what this guide installs and why (e.g. patched and version changed IOS and systemmenu IOS). His setup of cIOS is just perfect and you install those currently stable, approved working cIOS available, but you are right maybe you don't need everything. If you are comfortable just leave out and install what you think is a bare minimum, maybe 249/250/222/223 ?.. The update pack is kind of optional, but wise to install it on a console which hasn't been on 4.3 before to get newish versions of the nintendo IOS set and keep compability to new games (playing originals from discchannel).
    Yeah, I don't doubt the guide. It looks good and I did see the ios list in the second spoiler but it is mostly a list of what ios numbers are installed.
    I do know a bit about ios but not enough to judge for myself which ones are the absolute necessary ones just by the ios number.
    It is difficult for moderate users like me who are not exactly newbies to the subject nor experts but do want a little bit of control and understanding over what we are doing.
    I was looking for something more along the lines of what each ios version is used for and what would be the consequences of installing it or not installing it in the wii. I know ios16 and hermes/wanikoko are kinda necessary if you have any hope to play backups from a drive along with maybe 1 or 2 more if you don't need to downgrade.

    Nonetheless, it was more of a commentary and maybe an improvement suggestion than anything,

    If I do ever need to redo the entire process I will definitely study in detail what I am doing before going ahead with any guide blindly cause I prefer it this way and I will most likely base myself in this one which is very well put.

    Keep up the good work.

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    NooKe

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    Quote Originally Posted by JoostinOnline View Post
    Bootmii is especially picky, but I didn't mean that noSD cards above 2GB work, just that a lot don't work.

    I recommend the Nintendo card because it is widely available and is compatible with everything. It is a lot easier than giving someone a model number of another card and letting them search stores till they find it. 2GB should cover everything anyway. I have two of the 2GB Nintendo cards. I use one for my apps and most recent bootmii backup, and the other for SNEEK and older bootmii backups.
    I didn't think you were implying that no SDHC cards work, I was just curious what, if any, significant homebrew programs didn't work for you.

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