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    Question How can I tell what has, and hasn't been altered on my wii.

    First of all, may I state I'm not a newbie, I have soft modded before, I know what IOS and cIOS is, etc.

    However, I have not been keeping up to date on the modding scene, And I am unable to remember which versions of various IOS I have installed.

    I have used search, and found nothing, Can anyone answer these questions?

    A) Is there any easy way to keep these up to date? Without having to do a system update.

    B) Is there any way to list all the IOS and what rev. I have installed? For both custom and official preferably.

    C) This is just to confirm my beliefs, but does it do any harm to install a lower or same rev. IOS on top? Say I wanted to install Priiloader, and I don't know if I have the patched versions of IOS60 and IOS70, does it do any harm to install them anyway?

    Thanks in advance

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    EDIT: Incase it's useful, I'm running system menu 4.0 on a PAL wii. And I know I have at least cIOS rev. 13b, but I'm fairly sure I updated to the one out of beta. And I know I have a few other IOS installed, but I can't find the files on my computer to confirm
    Last edited by Christurnermac; 02-15-2010 at 08:32 AM.

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    A. Use NUS Downloader to download them on your pc then install with wad manager, or a version of dop-ios mod to download and install them directly on the wii.

    B. Run Signcheck through HBC, press reset many times until it's finished, view the report on your computer. Or use the latest version of dop-ios mod which is in beta and run the syscheck feature.

    C. You can install the patched system IOS for priiloader when you need to, even if it's already present on the system. Installing over current revisions overwrites it, just make sure the wad you're installing isn't corrupted and never uninstall any IOS under 200.

    cIOS38Rev14 and 17 are currently considered the most stable revisions.
    "I think that the Wii is a beautiful piece of hardware, and a broken Wii is a tragedy. It doesn’t matter why or how." -- Bushing

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    dop-ios mod it is then, since I'm on a mac. If i'm installing that anyway, I'll try the syscheck method, although I may use signcheck if it doesn't work.

    I though so, but better safe than sorry. I'll go get cIOS rev. 17 then.

    Thanks for the quick reply
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    P.S, the latest one you talk of is v12b3?

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    Yes that's the latest, just be careful as it's a powerful app. Lots of options to potentially mess up your console, and it's still in beta so there could be bugs. Have a NAND backup if you have Bootmii/boot2.
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    Yup, Got one in my archive somewhere, I'll take a fresh one as well, before installing anything new. Can't have it bricking on me now.

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