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    Quote Originally Posted by Krank View Post
    That's because you didn't finish the guide. If you had finished the guide then MMM would NOT be starting when you boot the wii.
    Yeah I did. I installed Priiloader, it froze, I held the reset button, then when nothing happened I turned the power off while still holding the reset button. Then turned the power back on and it still booted into MMM. So I went into Manage Priiloader, Priiloader Hacks, disabled disc updated and online updates, saved the settings and it went into the system menu.

    It says I need to go into Priiloader settings to change the autoboot, but as I said above, it doesn't boot into Priiloader, so I can't find the settings to change the autoboot. Going into Priiloader through HBC brings me back to the install screen.

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    No you didn't. The final step (guess what it's named....."the final step") has you formatt your SD card and extract the app pack to it. If you had done this then it would not boot to MMM. Remove your SD card and hold reset while booting, priiloader starts. Change whatever you need to and finish the guide.
    Damn I suck!!!!

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    Quote Originally Posted by Krank View Post
    No you didn't. The final step (guess what it's named....."the final step") has you formatt your SD card and extract the app pack to it. If you had done this then it would not boot to MMM. Remove your SD card and hold reset while booting, priiloader starts. Change whatever you need to and finish the guide.
    That worked. I didn't take format to mean hardware format, Lord knows why, I can only attribute it to working on this so late last night and being half asleep. Thank you so much.

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    Hey guys,

    I have also ran into a similar issue, on 4.3 after HBC. It'll load it up but using the default of 249 it'll fail, and I have to use 250 to install them, but after so many installations, it then will fill up my internal memory and I'll have to either uninstall or remove them or have to virginize her. Any ideas? Cause I'd love to just use 249 and house all my stuff on the SD card and install it to someplace else so I don't run into this issue, but when I use 249 it freezes at the prompt after it asks which CIOS.

    Thanks again,

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    Um, sorry --- what? Sounds like a corrupted 249. But "many installations, it will fill up" <---- what are you speaking of? Sorry, mindreading isn't my forte. What guide did you follow anyway? You are using Rev 17 for cIOS 249, right? So many questions, so little actual information...

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    Hey Sorry,

    Based on your last post:

    Um, sorry --- what? Sounds like a corrupted 249. But "many installations, it will fill up" <---- what are you speaking of? Sorry, mindreading isn't my forte. What guide did you follow anyway? You are using Rev 17 for cIOS 249, right? So many questions, so little actual information...

    I'm unsure if its a corrupted 249 or not. I originally was on 3.4, used latest HBC and BM; from here it worked fine for a bit until I loaded up USB, and wouldn't work. I talked to a few friends and then used the normal update procedure and updated to 4.3, from here all is fine I'm able to use USB, but when I use the W Manager to install them it wont allow me to install it on 249 as I get the whole remote not working thing. I can install it on 250, but after having installed multiple applications on IOS 250 it then fills up the internal memory of the device, and I was wondering how to either:

    1. When installing the application, get it to install to another device instead of the internal memory?
    2. How to fix the 249 issue?

    Guide I used was the 3.4 install, and after performing the upgrade then I used the 4.3 install guide from WIIBREW FAIL GUIDE LINK REMOVED. When I was on 3.4, I did use Rev 17 for CIOS 249, I dont know if this may have been broken when I did the update. Hope this clears up some confusion and any help is appreciated.
    Last edited by nightstah; 02-13-2011 at 08:53 AM.

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    So you used a fail guide and updated (unnecessarily) to 4.3 -- am I reading that correct? Why don't you follow a winning wiihacks guide instead. What are you installing with wad manager that it's actually filled the NAND to capacity?

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    Hello,

    Well, I was figuring that it was a good guide to follow, please let me know of the link otherwise here on your site that would be best to follow and I will do so to resolve the issue.

    I have been installing a few Virtual Console games, totalling about 150mb in size, does that sounds right? (I could be off in the total size for the installs)

    Thanks again for your assistance in this.

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    Be aware, we (wiihacks) do not support or promote piracy. And your installs suggest directly that. As to guide, this one is all inclusive. Please review site rules (link below):

    http://www.wiihacks.com/misc.php?do=vsarules

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