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    accidently downgraded system menu

    ok, Think i might have had a real dumb-a** attack. after 14 hours of work and 20 some hours of no sleep, came home set down .......... started reading. came accross some threads about people using pimp my wii and every one basicaly telling them that was a bad thing, and suggesting they use the mod any wii guid (posted here ....... http://www.wiihacks.com/recommended-...d-any-wii.html ) and re-do the mod. atleast thats the way i understood it ........ well i had used pimp myself to do the original mod. basicaly cause i hadn't hear of this site site at the time. so i decided to follow that guide and re-do mine. had been having random crashes when exiting a game from any usb loader locking up and having to hard reset to get going again. nothing major, just annoying. wanted to see if this would fix it... well, it seems in the process of following that guide, i managed to downgrade from system menu 4.3u to 4.1u. first off i was under the impression that 4.3 could not be downgraded ... guess i was wrong second, priiloader doesnt seem to work right gives me an error saying no hacks for my menu version. guessing i need a diffrent .ini file for it now ......... im not really comfertable with 4.1. can still access bootmii and everything when i put the orginal sd card back in (i used a diffrent one to do this guide with) so my question is should i just do a nand restore from my backup on there some way to leave this mod and upgrade system menu back to 4.3 without screwing things up?

    update ...... got priiloader working
    Last edited by deucide; 02-10-2011 at 10:44 PM.

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    There is absolutely no good reason to go back to 4.3. NONE! Post a system check to see what you have.
    http://www.wiihacks.com/recommended-...tem-check.html

    Then we need to know what games are crashing and what loader you are using. Also, are you using a FAT32 drive to load games?

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    Quote Originally Posted by mrkazador View Post
    There is absolutely no good reason to go back to 4.3. NONE! Post a system check to see what you have.
    http://www.wiihacks.com/recommended-...tem-check.html

    Then we need to know what games are crashing and what loader you are using. Also, are you using a FAT32 drive to load games?
    not to threadjack, but what are the benefits of running fat32 vs wbfs? since i use wbfs manager to load iso's onto hard drives, it auto formats to wbfs.
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    wbfs = wii games only
    fat32 = games, apps, media, and whatever else you want can be stored on a fat32 drive. Only con is the 4gb limit but games can be split with no difference in performance.

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    Quote Originally Posted by black94850 View Post
    not to threadjack, but what are the benefits of running fat32 vs wbfs? since i use wbfs manager to load iso's onto hard drives, it auto formats to wbfs.
    What's this got to do with o/p's problem. If you need to ask someone a question that has no relevance to the question asked by the thread starter may I suggest you use pm.
    If you look at the fat32 guide, you will see a disadvantages and advantage spoiler.....


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