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Thread: Remove cIOSCORP/DARKCORP from your Wii Console

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    A few months ago I went from 3.2 to 4.2, I had cIOSCORP double installed...Dont know how just did. Maybe because I installed on 3.2 and on 4.2? So I uninstalled cioscorp like I said I couldnt get into sytem menu. I installed darkcorp to see if the b&w problem was fixed..it wasnt so I uninstalled.

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    @brandonhacks

    Assuming you can't boot into the sysmenu and didn't region-change a Korean (NTSC-K->NTSC-U) console

    Load DOP-Mii and choose IOS 249/250 at the top of the first screen
    Choose IOS,BC,MIOS
    Scroll to the right until you highlight IOS70
    Select v6687
    Press (+) to install and confirm Trucha/fakesign, ES_Identify, and NAND Permissions
    Select Download from NUS (assuming you're online, if not follow the instructions on the op for offline installs)
    Confirm if asked until the download/install completes

    After that's finished get back to the DOP-Mii Main Screen

    Scroll down to System Menu and press A
    Select System Menu 4.2
    Select Your Region [VERY important]
    Once again press (+) to install and confirm until it completes

    *It shouldn't ask you to reinstall your system IOS (you just did in the first step above), but if it does you can say yes again and go through the above procedure.
    **If your console was originally NTSC-K and converted at a later time to NTSC-U, don't follow these instructions.


    Assuming the installer did not give you special instructions or any warnings or errors, your system menu should load now. Before leaving DOP-Mii you can confirm the success of your installation by running a Syscheck through the main menu. Once you've confirmed a successful install, exit and reboot your Wii.
    "I think that the Wii is a beautiful piece of hardware, and a broken Wii is a tragedy. It doesnít matter why or how." -- Bushing

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    Oddly it says I have 4.1 installed, which I thought I had 4.2...weird. I guess I select 4.1:/

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    You need to make sure you install IOS60 then instead of IOS70. Same instructions as before.
    "I think that the Wii is a beautiful piece of hardware, and a broken Wii is a tragedy. It doesnít matter why or how." -- Bushing

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    It said that IOS70 was installed though.

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    If your system is on 4.1 then you need IOS60 to run it. If you're on 4.2 you need IOS70. Gotta figure that one out yourself as I can't see your console. Just make sure you install the appropriate IOS before you reinstall the system menu and it'll work out.
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    One thing is that when I installed cioscorp my wii system menu ran under ios 34 and that's the settings in priiloader, but if I change that in priiloader to IOS 249 I can boot into my system menu.

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    Ah you didn't mention that before. What you're experiencing isn't a conflict with cIOSCORP just a Priiloader issue. Hold reset, power on and scroll down to settings. Change "Use System Menu IOS" to on. Should load right up.
    "I think that the Wii is a beautiful piece of hardware, and a broken Wii is a tragedy. It doesnít matter why or how." -- Bushing

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    But then even when I boot up, the games are still read whenever Darkcorp said it was uninstalled.

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    Maybe there's a modchip on the console or maybe it lied to you lol. Post a syscheck up and I'll take a look.
    "I think that the Wii is a beautiful piece of hardware, and a broken Wii is a tragedy. It doesnít matter why or how." -- Bushing

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