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    problems with the priiloader part of the guide

    Hi I have a 4.3e Wii and followed the guide from the beginning and used Bathaxx exploit to get the HBC . I then started chapter 2 got all the downloads I needed didnt need to update IOS or channels, did the checksums with no errors, installed WADS, pressed 2 to load MMM App manager, loaded HBC, didnt bother with the Region change,... ** Now this is where I had the problem.. I launched Priiloader,got the warning, pressed A and the screen froze so I held the power button but the whole Wii turned off and now nothing is happening when turning on the Wii the disc drive flashes once and I have a message on the TV screen saying 'No signal' also the Wiimote is not working (ie: Syncing) am I in big trouble or is there a way out of this, by the way I cant find the nand backup.

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    Thanks mauifrog.. Best Guide on web

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    Best guide EVER!! Hands down, up, sideways however you want to do, say or play it. An unlimited amount of thanks MauiFrog. You are the master!!

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    Question about NAND space

    I'm softmodding a Wii for my step-sister. Her Wii is a really old one but it's virgin and updated to 4.3e, I checked the NAND space before doing anything and it turns out even if I clear the NAND space the Wii will only have 338 blocks free.

    I'm assuming this is because of all the updates, but I'm being extra cautious, I don't want to have to fork out cash to buy a new Wii haha. So, will 338 be enough or is 350 the absolute minimum required NAND space, and/or is it possible to make more space once into the Wii's system files?

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    Quote Originally Posted by Zuriki View Post
    I'm softmodding a Wii for my step-sister. Her Wii is a really old one but it's virgin and updated to 4.3e, I checked the NAND space before doing anything and it turns out even if I clear the NAND space the Wii will only have 338 blocks free.

    I'm assuming this is because of all the updates, but I'm being extra cautious, I don't want to have to fork out cash to buy a new Wii haha. So, will 338 be enough or is 350 the absolute minimum required NAND space, and/or is it possible to make more space once into the Wii's system files?
    Do u have many wiiware titles etc?

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    Quote Originally Posted by Zuriki View Post
    I'm softmodding a Wii for my step-sister. Her Wii is a really old one but it's virgin and updated to 4.3e, I checked the NAND space before doing anything and it turns out even if I clear the NAND space the Wii will only have 338 blocks free.

    I'm assuming this is because of all the updates, but I'm being extra cautious, I don't want to have to fork out cash to buy a new Wii haha. So, will 338 be enough or is 350 the absolute minimum required NAND space, and/or is it possible to make more space once into the Wii's system files?
    338? What the hell have you got on your wii menu? lol

    Deleting the internet channel frees up quite a bit of space and can be installed again after the mod.


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    So I followed the alternate method and it worked more, but not all the way. I've tried it many times, using 2 different ways. One way was formatting the card, extracting all three zips to the card and using the "bootmii" folder and contents that comes with ModPack-NTSC-U.zip. The other way was formatting the card, extracting all three zips to the card, and copying the saved "bootmii" folder and contents created from Chapter 1's NAND backup to the card and overwriting ModPack's extracted folder.
    Here's what I got using both Method A & B:

    "Checking hashes..."
    Wrong hash for content #5
    Could not open file: sd:/IOS36-64-v3351.wad.out.wad
    Error reading IOS into memory. IOS236 failed.
    Press any button to exit.

    The only thing I can think of to try would be when using the IOS 236 Installer, to change the "check hashes" option to no, because logically, if you don't check the hashes, you can't find a problem with them. This obviously doesn't sound like a good idea lol so I'm not going to do that unless I know 100% that it'll work. Anybody else run into this error?

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    Quote Originally Posted by narse1979 View Post
    338? What the hell have you got on your wii menu? lol

    Deleting the internet channel frees up quite a bit of space and can be installed again after the mod.
    Doh, I forgot to delete the actual channel itself!!

    I am so stupid, I wouldn't trust me to do this softmod hahahah. No, I'm really actually good at this sort of stuff, not used a wii in awhile that's all. Thanks anyway guys

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    Hi, great guide. One question. In the problem games thread it says that IOS reloading games now work from usb using d2x cIOS v4 alpha 5 on cios249. I was just wondering if the cIOS pack that was updated on May 18 in this guide will work for these games.

    Thanks.

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    Quote Originally Posted by bobjimbobjimbob View Post
    hi, great guide. One question. In the problem games thread it says that ios reloading games now work from usb using d2x cios v4 alpha 5 on cios249. I was just wondering if the cios pack that was updated on may 18 in this guide will work for these games.

    Thanks.
    here ya go:

    Quote Originally Posted by mauifrog View Post
    i have update a few cios and cmios.
    update-cios-pack-v3.zip
    cios247[37]-v21d2x4 -replaces v21d2x3
    cios248[56]-v21d2x4 -replaces v21d2x3
    cios249[38]-v21d2x4 -replaces r17 providing fat/ntsc + maintains legacy app support/nand emu
    cios250[57]-v21d2x4 -replaces v21d2x3
    rvl-cmios-v65535(v10)_wiigator_wiipower_v0.2 -replaces wiigators cmios-v4 v0.2

    if you wish to update them just download the update pack and install the 5 wads.

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