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    Now I've made the mistake of installing cIOScorp 3.4 (it was my first attempt on Wii...), how do I remove all this unneeded stuff ?
    I only use an USB loader with a HDD and I will never burn any DVD so I think a cIOS should be sufficient.
    My original system is a 4.2E PAL console.
    Can I use the 3.5 uninstaller or should I usr DOP IOS MOD v8 to DOP all the IOSes ?
    Or I also installed bootmii as IOS (could not on boot2) I was thinking of restoring my NAND to the point before cIOScorp...
    I swear I'll think twice before doing anythoing on my Wii now...

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    To Uninstall cIOSCORP 3.4
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    copy it to your SD Card, and run the uninstaller
    via the Homebrew Channel.
    Homebrew Channel 1.0.6 | Internet Channel | Sys Menu 4.1e | NeoGamma R8 b15 | Preloader .30 r3 | cIOS38 r14 | Wad Manager 1.5 | cIOSCORP 3.5 | DVDX v2 | Mplayer CE | WiiGator GC Backup Launcher Ver 2.0 | Wii64 Nintendo 64 Emulator | Homebrew Browser V 0.3.6 | IOSCheck V 0.3.6







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    Thank you for your answer !

    Just to be sure of what this will do:
    Will this uninstaller restore WADs from the package, overwriting the ones installed by installer ?
    In this case, what is the advantage of the uninstaller over the DOP IOS MOD method ?
    Still with my question: is it mandatory to use uninstaller 3.4 to uninstall 3.4 ? is it unsafe to use uninstaller 3.5 ? Why ?

    Sorry, I'm just trying to synthesis all the partial infos I read here and there to get a clear of all that mess

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    1- yes

    2- yes

    3- none, its just a preference (and the official un-installer)

    4- why would you use 3.5 uninstaller to unistall 3.4?
    Homebrew Channel 1.0.6 | Internet Channel | Sys Menu 4.1e | NeoGamma R8 b15 | Preloader .30 r3 | cIOS38 r14 | Wad Manager 1.5 | cIOSCORP 3.5 | DVDX v2 | Mplayer CE | WiiGator GC Backup Launcher Ver 2.0 | Wii64 Nintendo 64 Emulator | Homebrew Browser V 0.3.6 | IOSCheck V 0.3.6







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    Let's explore the limits of your kindness and patience:

    If I DOP the IOSes, I'll get them patched (trucha and/or ES, need to choose) (still to read about this, but it seems I need it). Will the IOSes installed by the uninstaller be patched also ?
    Other question: will the IOSes installed by the uninstaller match my systems region (E/PAL) ?

    As you can see I really fear bricking my Wii...
    What about restoring the NAND ?

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    1 - use dop-ios and update all your IOS's to the latest versions. click here ------> http://dop-iosmod.googlecode.com/fil...-IOS%20MOD.zip

    2 - wont affect it

    3 - reinstall preloader

    4 - if you 've got Bootmii as Boot2 you can restore
    Last edited by siphilips; 11-18-2009 at 08:45 AM.
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