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    downgrading wii help wiimote keeps disconnecting

    so im doing what the instructions tell me and i go to wad installler then my wiimote desconnects and doesnt connect back i tried gamecube controller and that didnt work,i just need to know if my wii is broken or i did something wrong,

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    Really wish you would explain what instructions? There are alot of guides on this site so it would be very hard to tell. You could ask the question in the guide you are following.
    Last edited by oddgriffin; 09-06-2010 at 05:38 PM.

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    "How to Downgrade Wii Version 4.2 to 3.2 (Works for All Regions U, E, and J)

    [ How to Downgrade System Menu ]

    Step 1: Removing IOS 249 Stub
    1. Run HBC and open up Wad Manager.
    2. Choose to use IOS 250 and press A.
    3. Choose the Wii SD Slot.
    4. Make sure IOS 249.wad is selected and press A.
    5. Press Right on your D-Pad until it shows “Uninstall Wad”
    6. Press A.
    7. When finished, exit back to HBC.

    Step 2: Installing CIOS 249
    1. In HBC, press the Home button on the Wiimote and select “Launch Bootmii”. (If not Install BootMii as IOS in HackMii Installer)
    2. cBoot2 will load up and that will load Waninkoko’s CIOS Installer.
    3. Select to use “IOS 36” or “Do not reload IOS” and press A.
    4. Agree to the crap and press A.
    5. Choose “Network Installation” and press A. (Must have Wii Connected to the Internet)
    6. Make sure the install succeeds and the press any key to exit to HBC.

    Step 3: Downgrading IOS
    1. In HBC, run the IOS Downgrader.
    2. When it loads up, press A to start the downgrade.
    3. Make sure that all of the IOS finish with an OK.
    4. When it’s all done, press any key to go back to HBC or to System Menu.

    Step 4: Downgrading to 3.2U
    1. In HBC, run the AnyRegion Changer.
    2. When you get to the menu, choose “Install System Menu 3.2”.
    3. When asked if you’re sure, choose yes.
    4. When it asks if you want Korean Disc Support, choose no.
    5. When it asks if you want System Menu Hacks, choose yes.
    6. When everything finishes, press any key and it will take you to its menu again.
    7. In the menu, choose “Reboot to System Menu” and press A.

    Congratulations your Now on Wii System Menu Version 3.2
    (NOW DO NOT UPDATE ANYMORE!!!)

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    This Guide was Created by WiiHacker213"
    thats the instructions and im 4.2 U so i was wondering if i installed it wrong or something

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    Where is this guide at? I see the creator left contact info there, you try that?

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    and ill contact right now,but do you think you know whats happening?
    Last edited by oddgriffin; 09-06-2010 at 05:41 PM.

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    If your Wii isn't old enough downgrading to 3.2's gonna leave you a bricked console. Might work for all regions (dunno, didn't read it all) but if definitely doesn't work for all consoles.
    "I think that the Wii is a beautiful piece of hardware, and a broken Wii is a tragedy. It doesn’t matter why or how." -- Bushing

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    Yea you need a cios to install wads, you have to have an ios trucha signed. The things softmodding does.

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    my bro got this wii when it first came out and he gave it to me when he got the ps3 also ill try this tomorrow when im at my friends house because i lost my usb SD card reader

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    Just go to the recommended guides section of this site and look for the softmod guide you need.

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