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    Ok so i thought i installed 222-224. But since im using the 249, do i have to remove it or just follow the guide you suggested. Sorry if im being redundant, just trying to be concise.

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    No you don't need to and shouldn't uninstall your cIOS. Always handy to keep around even if you don't use it much.

    Find Stomp_442's guide in tutorials 'how to install hermes ios 222, 223, 224' guide or something like that, and follow it installing the IOS bases he suggests. That will set you up for just about everything you need.

    If you want to update 249 it's just a matter of downloading the 249 installer for the revision you want and updating it. I would start with the hermes guide though, and go from there.
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    Thanks i have your wiiflow version and im currently going through v4 and v5.1 to install cios 222-224. Will let you know how it loads.

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    Im getting a black scrren when launching Wiiflow. My wii freezes and i have to pull power plug. I followed all instructions and used the version of Wiiflow you said.I dont know what is wrong.

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    Repost a new syscheck and make sure your drive is on the compatibility list: http://www.wiihacks.com/recommended-...lity-list.html

    Also make sure you have rebooted the system after installing new cIOS.
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    Hmm are you sure your file structure is correct on the SD card? Should be sd:\apps\wiiflow\boot.dol

    And you're using this version of Wiiflow? r304-222.zip - wiiflow - Revision 304: Revision 304: Release Candidate 1: Fixed video glitches, recompiled with different libogc - Project Hosting on Google Code
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    yes, thats my structure. Which is why i dont understand why it wont even boot. I have a WD hd.

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    Have you had any loaders work besides Wiiflow successfully yet (CFG, GX, Neogamma)? And what is the brand and size of the SD card?

    Try unplugging the hard drive and anything else that might be plugged in (gc memory cards), then boot Wiiflow. If it still freezes it's probably an incompatibility with the SD.

    If that's the case you can try moving the \apps\wiiflow directory to the usb drive (only this folder). Then, making sure your games are in a separate \wbfs\ folder on the drive try booting again.
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    Wiiflow 2.1a2 - cIOS 222, r92 is the one I had to go back to. It works flawlessly. I have been getting lockups on the newer versions also.

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