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    Semi-brick or not

    my wii was hacked for firmware 4 and was working fine with the usb load and such

    but decided to try the gfx load for i could have a channel for it and after the wad batch thing ran it now says sytem files are corrupt

    however if i hold the reset button when powering up and goto the systemmenu and choose the home brew channel i can get in that way to load the original usb loader and play games but would like to get the wii booting normally

    anyone able to help me please

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    Quote Originally Posted by wilsond3010 View Post
    my wii was hacked for firmware 4 and was working fine with the usb load and such

    but decided to try the gfx load for i could have a channel for it and after the wad batch thing ran it now says sytem files are corrupt

    however if i hold the reset button when powering up and goto the systemmenu and choose the home brew channel i can get in that way to load the original usb loader and play games but would like to get the wii booting normally

    anyone able to help me please
    What exactly is the issue? Is it while you were installing a wad it said system files corrupt? Is everything else working alright but the wii booting issue. If you can go back in to wad manager and uninstall the wad you loaded for the gfx load

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    i looked and the wad batch doesn't have a uninstall option

    i think there was a couple of other wads on the sd card

    but not sure exactly what

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    Quote Originally Posted by wilsond3010 View Post
    i looked and the wad batch doesn't have a uninstall option

    i think there was a couple of other wads on the sd card

    but not sure exactly what
    I would try Any Title Deleter and see if you can find it and uninstall it that way

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    Thanks I must be missing something cause i cant load the program cause i can only go straight into the homebrew application itself and load usb load and wad manager

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    Quote Originally Posted by wilsond3010 View Post
    Thanks I must be missing something cause i cant load the program cause i can only go straight into the homebrew application itself and load usb load and wad manager
    Any Title Deleter is an app you can run from the homebrew menu

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    Thanks for got to put it under the apps folder.

    but i think my wad batch loader reloaded the cios249 so not sure if i can remove it or what

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    Ca

    Anyone got any idea's who i can fix it

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    You've already been given the information on how to do it.

    Anytitledeleter will allow you to uninstall the bad wad you installed. Don't uninstall anything else as you might full brick.

    Not sure what this means
    my wad batch loader reloaded the cios249 so not sure if i can remove it or what
    If you need a new cIOS then just install that using one of the cIOS installer packages available. If you can't do that then do TBR so that you can.
    Not really doing much Wii stuff these days.

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    Was looking for some instructions on using the anytitledeleter to remove that was

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