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    why have all my Ios's changed to rev 65535?????????

    SignCheck 0.3b aka loveSexWii build report
    Wii region Europe
    Wii unique device id 41675724

    IOS number "Trucha bug" "Flash access" "Boot2 access" "Usb2.0 IOS tree"

    IOS254 (ver 3349) Disabled Disabled Disabled Disabled
    IOS250 (ver 65535) Enabled Disabled Disabled Enabled
    IOS249 (ver 14) Enabled Disabled Disabled Enabled
    IOS223 (ver 4) Enabled Disabled Disabled Disabled
    IOS222 (ver 4) Enabled Disabled Disabled Disabled
    IOS202 (ver 4) Enabled Disabled Disabled Disabled
    IOS201 (ver 3094) Enabled Disabled Disabled Disabled
    IOS70 (ver 65535) Disabled Disabled Disabled Disabled
    IOS61 (ver 4890) Disabled Disabled Disabled Disabled
    IOS60 (ver 65535) Disabled Disabled Disabled Disabled
    IOS57 (ver 5661) Disabled Disabled Disabled Disabled
    IOS56 (ver 65535) Disabled Disabled Disabled Disabled
    IOS55 (ver 65535) Disabled Disabled Disabled Disabled
    IOS53 (ver 65535) Disabled Disabled Disabled Disabled
    IOS52 (ver 65535) Disabled Disabled Disabled Disabled
    IOS50 (ver 65535) Disabled Disabled Disabled Disabled
    IOS46 (ver 65535) Disabled Disabled Disabled Disabled
    IOS45 (ver 65535) Disabled Disabled Disabled Disabled
    IOS43 (ver 65535) Disabled Disabled Disabled Disabled
    IOS41 (ver 65535) Disabled Disabled Disabled Disabled
    IOS40 (ver 65535) Disabled Disabled Disabled Disabled
    IOS38 (ver 65535) Enabled Disabled Disabled Disabled
    IOS37 (ver 65535) Disabled Disabled Disabled Disabled
    IOS36 (ver 65535) Enabled Disabled Disabled Disabled
    IOS35 (ver 65535) Enabled Disabled Disabled Disabled
    IOS34 (ver 65535) Disabled Disabled Disabled Disabled
    IOS33 (ver 65535) Disabled Disabled Disabled Disabled
    IOS31 (ver 65535) Disabled Disabled Disabled Disabled
    IOS30 (ver 65535) Disabled Disabled Disabled Disabled
    IOS28 (ver 65535) Disabled Disabled Disabled Disabled
    IOS22 (ver 65535) Disabled Disabled Disabled Disabled
    IOS21 (ver 65535) Disabled Disabled Disabled Disabled
    IOS20 (ver 65535) Disabled Disabled Disabled Disabled
    IOS17 (ver 65535) Disabled Disabled Disabled Disabled
    IOS15 (ver 257) Enabled Enabled Disabled Disabled
    IOS14 (ver 65535) Disabled Disabled Disabled Disabled
    IOS13 (ver 65535) Disabled Disabled Disabled Disabled
    IOS12 (ver 65535) Disabled Disabled Disabled Disabled
    IOS11 (ver 65535) Disabled Disabled Disabled Disabled
    IOS10 (ver 65535) Disabled Disabled Disabled Disabled


    3.2e
    Bootmii in boot 2
    ciso38 rev 14
    249 Waninkoko
    priiloader 3.0b rev47
    system menu 290
    hermes 222/223 with ehcmodule 4

    using configurable 503b with NFowarderUSBLoaderCFG.dol installed as file in priiloader

    loading up problems wii disc light flash's twice hdd light appears twice, then crash's well nothing happens and have to do hard reset any ideas why???

    could it be that corp fubar my orignal iso completely???
    had it installed before i started using usb mods, but removed it all, and instaled new iso's
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    It seems that it wasn't removed.

    cIOSCORP maxes out the IOS so that it isn't overwritten with a System update. You also have Korean IOS, (the 40s and IOS52) and loads of unneccesary low 10s and 20 IOS. System IOS 50, 60, 70 are not needed on 3.2 either.

    The uninstaller normally does the trick, maybe you need to verify it's the latest version.

    You have loads of wasted space, IOS50, 60, 70 are not needed.
    Not really doing much Wii stuff these days.

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    so i should remove 50, 60,70?? isnt 60 used with priloader install i'm sure i had to install patched version to use it?
    (the 40s and IOS52) and loads of unneccesary low 10s and 20 IOS. remove them also????
    should i use dop mod to remove??

    do you think its what's causing the problems with loading config usb???

    thanks tealc

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    It seems that it wasn't removed.

    cIOSCORP maxes out the IOS so that it isn't overwritten with a System update. You also have Korean IOS, (the 40s and IOS52) and loads of unneccesary low 10s and 20 IOS. System IOS 50, 60, 70 are not needed on 3.2 either.

    The uninstaller normally does the trick, maybe you need to verify it's the latest version.

    You have loads of wasted space, IOS50, 60, 70 are not needed.

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    It seems the uninstaller comes with all of those low numbered ios files, as well as the 40 and 52. So not sure if they made it for all system menus and for some reason it just places all of those files on your system instead of just the needed ones?

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    i've done a check with dop mod

    Dop-IOS MOD Report
    Wii region Europe
    Wii unique device id xxxxxx

    IOS Version FakeSign ES_Identify NAND Flash USB 2.0
    254 (r3349) Enabled Disabled Disabled Disabled Disabled
    250 (r65535) Enabled Enabled Enabled Disabled Enabled
    249 (r17) Enabled Enabled Enabled Disabled Enabled
    223 (r4) Enabled Enabled Enabled Disabled Disabled
    222 (r4) Enabled Enabled Enabled Disabled Disabled
    202 (r4) Enabled Enabled Enabled Disabled Disabled
    201 (r3094) Enabled Enabled Enabled Disabled Disabled
    70 (r6687) Disabled Disabled Disabled Disabled Disabled
    61 (r4890) Disabled Disabled Disabled Disabled Disabled
    60 (r65535) Enabled Disabled Disabled Disabled Disabled
    57 (r5661) Enabled Disabled Disabled Disabled Disabled
    56 (r5405) Disabled Disabled Disabled Disabled Disabled
    55 (r5406) Enabled Disabled Disabled Disabled Disabled
    53 (r5406) Enabled Disabled Disabled Disabled Disabled
    52 (r65535) Enabled Disabled Disabled Disabled Disabled
    51 (r4633) Enabled Disabled Disabled Disabled Disabled
    50 (r4889) Enabled Disabled Disabled Disabled Disabled
    46 (r65535) Enabled Disabled Disabled Disabled Disabled
    45 (r65535) Enabled Disabled Disabled Disabled Disabled
    43 (r65535) Enabled Disabled Disabled Disabled Disabled
    41 (r65535) Enabled Disabled Disabled Disabled Disabled
    40 (r65535) Enabled Disabled Disabled Disabled Disabled
    38 (r3867) Enabled Disabled Disabled Disabled Disabled
    37 (r3869) Enabled Disabled Disabled Disabled Disabled
    36 (r1042) Enabled Enabled Enabled Enabled Disabled
    35 (r3349) Enabled Disabled Disabled Disabled Disabled
    34 (r3348) Enabled Disabled Disabled Disabled Disabled
    33 (r3091) Enabled Disabled Disabled Disabled Disabled
    31 (r1040) Enabled Enabled Enabled Enabled Disabled
    30 (r1040) Enabled Enabled Enabled Enabled Disabled
    28 (r65535) Enabled Disabled Disabled Disabled Disabled
    22 (r65535) Enabled Disabled Disabled Disabled Disabled
    21 (r65535) Enabled Disabled Disabled Disabled Disabled
    20 (r65535) Enabled Disabled Disabled Disabled Disabled
    17 (r65535) Enabled Disabled Disabled Disabled Disabled
    15 (r523) Enabled Disabled Disabled Disabled Disabled
    14 (r65535) Enabled Disabled Disabled Disabled Disabled
    13 (r65535) Enabled Disabled Disabled Disabled Disabled
    12 (r65535) Enabled Disabled Disabled Disabled Disabled
    11 (r65535) Enabled Disabled Disabled Disabled Disabled

    is there a mod on here that Specificity deals with configurable usb???

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    I'm not sure what half of those IOS are used for.

    Seems that cIOSCORP uninstaller is FAIL too.

    You'd think that it would be intelligent enough to onlu install IOS that you actually need.

    IOS40, 41, 43, 45, 46, 52 can absolutely go as they are Korean IOS.

    If you are indeed using 3.2 then your priiloader is installed to IOS30 v1040 which seems to be one of your only intact ones.

    In your case, and your case only you could remove all IOS above 40 up to and including IOS70 and suffer no ill effects.


    Provided you do not remove your IOS249, IOS30, IOS35, IOS36 you can recover anything using your boot2 install.

    As for lower IOS use the following list as reference.

    Quote Originally Posted by Ithian
    - IOS 4 (v65280): Stub, useless now.

    - IOS 9 (v778): Used by System Menu 1.0 and launch titles (Zelda: Twilight Princess).

    - IOS 10 (v768): Stub, useless now.

    - IOS 11 (v10): Used only by System Menu 2.0 and 2.1.
    •Stub v256 installed for later System Menus.
    - IOS 12 (v269):

    - IOS 13 (v273): Used by Photo Channel v1.0 and Weather Channel.

    - IOS 14 (v520):

    - IOS 15 (v523):

    - IOS 16 (v257): Used by the official Nintendo Backup disk (v1.3). IOS has trucha bug, es-identify, and flash access.
    •Stub v512 for piracy prevention.
    - IOS 17 (v775):

    - IOS 20 (v12): Used only by System Menu 2.2.
    •Stub v256 installed for later System Menus.
    - IOS 21 (v782): Used by old third-party titles (No More Heroes).

    - IOS 22 (v1037):

    - IOS 28 (v1550):
    Full source Ithian's IOS list rundown
    Not really doing much Wii stuff these days.

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    thanks tealc yea i'm using 3.2 was wrong about 60 it was patched 30 i had to install, hmmm i think i'll go remove ios and see what happens altho think i'll do another nand back up just in case will post back after

    after thought... hmm bloody corp uninstall is hmm brown sticky stuff!!!! had a look at the wads corp installs, all of em bloody hell why??
    Last edited by lone_wolf1911; 02-23-2010 at 11:36 AM.

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    It's a nasty system hack that's why. I understand the difficulty trying to make sure that every region and menu version must have the necessary files but it's just messy. A better uninstall solution is to re-install normal IOS but that requires some understanding of IOS, something which sadly most cIOSCORP users do not have. I have a limited understanding of IOS, some would say greater than your average Wii hacker, yet I would not touch it with a bargepole nailed securely to a very long stick wearing rubber coated gloves.

    If disc channel is important then get a modchip, is what I always say.
    Not really doing much Wii stuff these days.

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    lol yea i installed corp before i knew what i was doing jst to get nsmb working lol, very dumb indeed stupid idea of mine i've removed all ios 40's, 52,60 and 70 all went well, was thinking that 53,55 are important to play most new games so didn't bother with that,

    hate corp now damn it to hell,

    tealc,
    in configurable usb my forwarder loads as rev 513b, perfectly fine if i try and load from hbc it says 503 and wont load all the time but i'm sure i'm using the boot.dol from original file, any ideas i don't mind using the forwarder thru priiloader but if it ever fubar again....

    also if you look t corp uninstaller it says installing the original ios's, so its a damn lie!!! wonder if any1 else hs noticed that before??? hmmm ** lies, lies, lies, lies, lies, still maxed out so defo modified ios

    "How to uninstall it:
    First of all, DON'T DELETE ANY IOS!!! YOU WILL (most likely) KILL
    YOUR WII IF YOU DO!!! Rather,** the IOS must be OVERWRITTEN with
    official, unmodified IOS**. Just download the cIOSCORP v3.x Uninstall
    package, copy it to your SD Card, and run the uninstaller via the
    Homebrew Channel. The link for the download can be obtained by emailing
    (along with the cIOSCORP v3.6 download link)."

    were do i find thanks button to attach to my file??
    Last edited by lone_wolf1911; 02-24-2010 at 03:11 AM.

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    Regarding forwarders it is my understanding that they use IOS35, I got this info from Ithian's post I linked to earlier.

    Your IOS35 v3349 has trucha bug applied to it which is not normal for such a new revision. I have an older revision that has Trucha disabled just to prove it. I bet if you were to try and re-install Homebrew Channel it would come up with the vunerable IOS message and refuse to install. Team Twizzers hate cIOSCORP almost as me It's possible that your IOS35 is still a CORP IOS, try installing one of the v3088, v3092 or even the v1042 version and see if it improves your forwarder loading.
    Not really doing much Wii stuff these days.

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