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    LU64/65 Fix For sys menu 4

    This guide is now out of date!
    Use this one here instead.
    You still can't downgrade, install a cIOS lower than r12 or install cioscorp




    Found this on gbatemp, some people are having success with it so it is worth trying It uses wiigators cboot2 to run a special wad manager that in turn you can use to install the LU64/65 fix. Download Here

    1: Copy contents of 'SD Card 1' to SD card.

    2: Put card in Wii and go to Data Management > channels > SD Card, then you will get a message saying "Load boot.elf? Select 'Yes'.

    3: Install Bootmii v2 as an IOS.

    4: Install the Homebrew Channel

    5: Remove SD card and save the Bootmii installation to your PC.

    6: Delete Bootmii installation off of your SD card and copy contents of 'SD Card 2' to your card.

    7: Now put card back in, restart your wii ,start HBC, press home then run Bootmii.

    8: The screen will be black for 10 seconds then Wad manager will run.

    9: Select uninstall first then install IOS16.wad and do the same for LU64.wad.

    10: Go to HB channel and run cIOS38_rev13b-Installer.

    11: Done, now you can install a backup loader or usb loader.

    guide orig posted by flavors, i just made it a bit (lot) more user friendly

    If you want Preloader on your LU64 then have a look here
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    suggestions Please

    did the following however last step "Go to HB channel and run cIOS38_rev12-Installer" gives error ret=-1

    any suggestions, I have no network setup up yet if this has anything to do with it. Thanks




    Quote Originally Posted by Dogeggs View Post
    Found this on gbatemp, some people are having success with it so it is worth trying It uses wiigators cboot2 to run a special wad manager that in turn you can use to install the LU64/65 fix. Download Here

    1: Copy contents of 'SD Card 1' to SD card.

    2: Put card in Wii and go to Data Management > channels > SD Card, then you will get a message saying "Load boot.elf? Select 'Yes'.

    3: Install Bootmii v2 as an IOS.

    4: Install the Homebrew Channel

    5: Remove SD card and save the Bootmii installation to your PC.

    6: Delete Bootmii installation off of your SD card and copy contents of 'SD Card 2' to your card.

    7: Now put card back in, restart your wii ,start HBC, press home then run Bootmii.

    8: The screen will be black for 10 seconds then Wad manager will run.

    9: Select uninstall first then install IOS16.wad and do the same for LU64.wad.

    10: Go to HB channel and run cIOS38_rev12-Installer.

    11: Done, now you can install a backup loader or usb loader.

    guide orig posted by flavors, i just made it a bit (lot) more user friendly

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    Quote Originally Posted by peter2626 View Post
    did the following however last step "Go to HB channel and run cIOS38_rev12-Installer" gives error ret=-1

    any suggestions, I have no network setup up yet if this has anything to do with it. Thanks
    I believe you need the IOS38-64-v3610.wad in root directory if you don't have network connection.

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    If you need to do a wad install then make sure IOS38-64-v3610.wad is on your sd card root.

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    Any Luck with this

    Has anyone had any luck using this new method?

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    This worked perfectly on my LU64 virgin 4.0 system. Thank you so much to everyone who worked on developing this method and the tools to do so.

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    This works great on my LU64 virgin 4.0U system...

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    Quote Originally Posted by omegahack View Post
    This worked perfectly on my LU64 virgin 4.0 system. Thank you so much to everyone who worked on developing this method and the tools to do so.
    Thank you for your replay...Can anyone confirm this on LU65 ???? 4.0u???
    Thanks again!!

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    Quote Originally Posted by ubuntux View Post
    Thank you for your replay...Can anyone confirm this on LU65 ???? 4.0u???
    Thanks again!!

    This may sound like a stupid question but I am new to the Wii hacking scene....Virgin Wii? meaning never updated? Broken open? Thanks

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    Dogeggs, step 10, which IOS number do I select? I tried IOS36 and IOS38, both failed with error -2011.

    Update: Problem solved.

    New Problem: USB loader can't find my USB drive partition even WBFS can display games on my USB drive (flash drive not HDD).

    Any suggestion?
    Last edited by ttkrpi; 05-31-2009 at 08:12 PM.

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