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    Wiiflow IOS249 "Please plug a USB HDD on port 0 or press Reset"

    I've been having so much trouble with this thing.
    I love Wiiflow, especially when it was working. I have IOS 222, 223, 224, 236, 249, etc.
    I can't elaborate on much, though.
    Whenever I wait a bit while on the USB HDD screen, it will go to WiiFlow, and say "wbfs init failed" or whatever.
    I'm running from 4.3U, and whatever other information you may need, just ask, and I'll post.
    Just please help me.

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    So....It was working and now it's not?
    Did you update to 4.3 or did the wii come with 4.3?
    Best just to post a syscheck so we can see what's going on.



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    Yes, it stopped working after I had to do something to make it where I can install WADs again.
    I'll post the syscheck in a minute by editing this post.


    [SPOILER]syscheck v2.0 runs on IOS58 (rev 6176)

    Region NTSC-U
    system menu 4.3 (v513)
    hollywood v0 x11
    console ID: 54119866
    boot2 v4

    Found 123 titles.
    Found 38 IOS on this console.
    One of them are stubbed.

    IOS9 (rev1034): no patches
    IOS10 (rev65535): Trucha Bug, ES identify, NAND access
    IOS11 (rev10): Trucha Bug, ES indetify, Flash Access
    IOS12 (rev526): No patches
    IOS13 (rev1032): No patches
    IOS14 (rev1032): No patches
    IOS15 (rev257): Trucha Bug, ES identify, Flash Access
    IOS16 (rev257): Trucha Bug, ES identify, Flash Accesss
    IOS17 (rev1032): No patches
    IOS20 (rev256): Stub
    IOS21 (rev1039): No patches
    IOS22 (rev1294): No patches
    IOS28 (rev1807): No patches
    IOS30 (rev2576): ES identify, Flash Access
    IOS31 (rev3608): No patches
    IOS33 (rev3608): No patches
    IOS34 (rev3608): No patches
    IOS35 (rev3608): Trucha Bug, ES identify, NAND access
    IOS36 (rev65535): Trucha Bug, ES identify, NAND access
    IOS37 (rev5663): No patches
    IOS38 (rev4124): No patches
    IOS46 (rev3607): No patches
    IOS48 (rev4124): No patches
    IOS53 (rev5663): No patches
    IOS55 (rev5663): No patches
    IOS56 (rev5662): Trucha Bug, NAND access
    IOS57 (rev5919): Trucha Bug, NAND access
    IOS58 (rev6176): No patches
    IOS60 (rev6174): Trucha Bug, NAND access
    IOS61 (rev5662): No patches
    IOS80 (rev6944): Trucha Bug, NAND access
    IOS202 (rev65535): Trucha Bug, ES identify, NAND access, USB 2.0
    IOS222 (rev65535): Trucha Bug, ES identify, NAND access, USB 2.0
    IOS223 (rev65535): Trucha Bug, ES identify, NAND access, USB 2.0
    IOS224 (rev65535): Trucha Bug, NAND access, USB 2.0
    IOS236 (rev65535): Trucha Bug, ES identify, NAND access
    IOS249 (rev65535): Trucha Bug, ES identify, NAND access
    IOS250 (rev65535): Trucha Bug, ES identify, NAND access

    BC v6
    MIOS v4[/SPOILER]

    Edit: I had no idea there was a simpler method of posting this. I had just typed it all out.
    Last edited by Brian; 04-18-2011 at 07:47 PM.

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    All your cIOS are maxed out!

    Re-install cIOS 249 to rev 17. Get the cIOS rev 17 installer HERE!
    And re-install cIOS 223 and 224 to v4. Get Hermes cIOS v4 HERE!



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    Thank you very much.
    But on the cIOS 223 and 224, can you tell me what IOSes to choose and such?..
    I keep getting errors because I'm blindly choosing stuff.

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    Ok. I copied this from stomp_42 Hermes cIOS v4 thread. So credit goes to him!

    1. Remove all GameCube memory cards and controllers, remove any disc that may be in the DVD slot, and unplug any usb device that may be plugged in. * This step is very important. Do not ignore it .
    2. UnRAR the Install Hermes cIOS v4 archive and copy the cIOS_installer folder to sd:/apps/
    3. copy the 00000001 folder to the root of your SD card (for offline install)
    4. Start HomeBrew Channel and start the cIOS 222 Installer
    5. Read the warning message and push A
    6. Select IOS249 (or IOS236) to perform the install with D-pad left/right and push A
    7. Select to Install Custom IOS 222 and select IOS38
    8. Wait for download and installation to complete
    9. Start HomeBrew Channel and start the cIOS 222 Installer again
    10. This time select Custom IOS 223 and select IOS37 merged with IOS38
    11. Hermes cIOS is now installed.



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    AH, thank you, so, so, much! This was the most difficulty I've encountered with my Wii, and everything's finally back in place!
    I am very grateful; thank you again.

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    Glad to help!
    One last thing before you go and enjoy your wii!
    Please introduce yourself.



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