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    Quote Originally Posted by gen3sf View Post
    If you are saying that you updated your softmodded Wii to 4.2 then yes that is the source of your problem. Nintendo periodically issues system updates that do not really update the Wii, but rather are intended to kill of some aspect of softmodding. If this indeed what you did, you will need to re-softmod your Wii following one of the two softmod guides for 4.2 Wiis. Go to the Recommended Tutorials and Guides Form and follow either messie's or ShadowSonic's 4.2 softmod guides.


    Ok thanks.. well I'm still currently on 4.1 and it's giving me errors, I'm familiar with 4.2. I don't want to upgrade to 4.2 unless its safe being that im getting errors in version 4.1. Just wanted to
    know if it's safe to upgrade. Please let me know thanks.

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    Quote Originally Posted by osiriskid View Post
    Ok thanks.. well I'm still currently on 4.1 and it's giving me errors, I'm familiar with 4.2. I don't want to upgrade to 4.2 unless its safe being that im getting errors in version 4.1. Just wanted to
    know if it's safe to upgrade. Please let me know thanks.
    No need to update to 4.2 your wording made it sound like you had updated. Your -1035 error code when trying to install cIOS is probably due to a problem with the existing IOS249 then. Use AnyTitleDeleter and delete just IOS249. Be careful with your button presses while using AnyTitleDeleter to make sure only IOS249 is removed. After deleting IOS249, now try again to install cIOS.

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    Hey i have a question.

    Can i use this method even if i allredy the LU64 fix from this thread?

    http://www.wiihacks.com/recommended-...-lu64-fix.html

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    Quote Originally Posted by Narutoxela View Post
    Hey i have a question.

    Can i use this method even if i allredy the LU64 fix from this thread?

    http://www.wiihacks.com/recommended-...-lu64-fix.html
    Having already installed a cIOS last year following the old guide, you should just need to overwrite the old cIOS with a new version. You should be able to just run cIOS38rev17 installer and have it overwrite the old version currently occupying the IOS249 slot.

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    Quote Originally Posted by gen3sf View Post
    Having already installed a cIOS last year following the old guide, you should just need to overwrite the old cIOS with a new version. You should be able to just run cIOS38rev17 installer and have it overwrite the old version currently occupying the IOS249 slot.
    Umm ok well if i undersyood after i install cois38rev17 i can do the guide to put any other cios?

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    As this guide uses the cIOS38rev17 installer I presumed that is what you wanted to use to update your cIOS. Having previously installed a cIOS, you would have used the Trucha Bug to effect the cIOS install and so should be able to skip that and just install whatever cIOS rev you wish. Post back if you encounter any error messages. Good luck.

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    Quote Originally Posted by gen3sf View Post
    As this guide uses the cIOS38rev17 installer I presumed that is what you wanted to use to update your cIOS. Having previously installed a cIOS, you would have used the Trucha Bug to effect the cIOS install and so should be able to skip that and just install whatever cIOS rev you wish. Post back if you encounter any error messages. Good luck.
    well i dont think that i used the trucha bug while installing the cios. the only way i got it working is when i installed it with custom wad manager

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    Oh, okay then. The Trucha Bug Restorer will work on your Wii now. All Wiis can be softmodded now, you got yours at that in-between stage. Please go ahead and follow this guide.


    Just in case information: If you get an error code of -1035 on installing an updated cIOS, that means the cIOS you are currently using that is residing in slot IOS249 is not playing nice and will need to be removed using AnyTitleDeleter. Then you can proceed to install an updated cIOS.

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    Quote Originally Posted by gen3sf View Post
    Oh, okay then. The Trucha Bug Restorer will work on your Wii now. All Wiis can be softmodded now, you got yours at that in-between stage. Please go ahead and follow this guide.


    Just in case information: If you get an error code of -1035 on installing an updated cIOS, that means the cIOS you are currently using that is residing in slot IOS249 is not playing nice and will need to be removed using AnyTitleDeleter. Then you can proceed to install an updated cIOS.
    ok well thanks i will try it and il be posting updates telling how its going

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    ok quick update i backed up me nand with bootmii and i have about 10 bad sectors (i hope ots not to much) and when i checked the info section i found this

    Wii system menu: 3.4U boot1? boot2v4 (im confused if i have boot1 or boot2v4) something like that any way il keep posting updates (when i have the time lol).

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