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    cIOSX rev20b released

    cIOSX_rev20b_Installer.zip


    +--------------------------------------+
    | [+] Custom IOS Installer (rev 20b) |
    | developed by Waninkoko |
    +--------------------------------------+
    | TeknoConsolas | Magazine sobre videojuegos. Análisis, trucos y guías de PS3, Xbox 360, Wii, PSP, DS y PC |
    +--------------------------------------+

    [ DISCLAIMER ]:
    - THIS APPLICATION COMES WITH NO WARRANTY AT ALL, NEITHER EXPRESS NOR IMPLIED.
    I DO NOT TAKE ANY RESPONSIBILITY FOR ANY DAMAGE IN YOUR WII CONSOLE
    BECAUSE OF A IMPROPER USAGE OF THIS SOFTWARE.

    [ DESCRIPTION ]:
    - This is a Custom IOS, an IOS modified to add some new features
    not available in the official IOS.
    This IOS has been made to be used ONLY with homebrew software.
    The Custom IOS installs into a free slot and it does not modify
    any other IOS so it is secure to install.

    [ REQUISITES ]:
    - The WAD file of the IOS version to be used as base (for WAD installation).
    - Network connection (for Network installation).

    [ HOW TO INSTALL IT ]:
    WAD Installation:
    - Copy the WAD file of the IOS to be used as base to the root directory of a storage device (SD card or USB device).
    - Insert the storage device in your Wii.
    - Run the installer.
    - Select the IOS version to use as base (default option recommended).
    - Select "WAD Installation".
    - Select the storage device where you copied the WAD file.

    Network Installation:
    - Run the installer.
    - Select the IOS version to use as base (default option recommended).
    - Select "Network Installation".

    CHANGELOG cIOSX rev20b
    =====================
    Rev20b published version of the installer. The previous version of the installer had a bug that caused some consoles not complete the installation. This new version has the bug fixed. If you could install without problems rev20 NOT need to install this new version.

    Released rev20b the installer. The previous version of the installer Had a bug That does let finish the install process in Some consoles. This new version has this bug fixed. If You Were Able to install rev20 Without Problems you do not needed to install this new version.

    CHANGELOG cIOSX rev20
    =====================
    - Added support to IOS36, IOS53, IOS55, IOS56, IOS61 and IOS80.
    - Updated IOS37, IOS38 and IOS57 bases.
    - Installer supports GameCube pads.
    - Installer supports custom slots.
    - Installer network code improved.
    - IOS modules timers fixed.
    - MLoad module improved (new calls and fixes).
    - FAT module rewritten (using FatFs).
    - SDHC module improved (buffers and cache).
    - DIP plugin improved.
    - ES plugin added.
    - FFS plugin improved.
    - IOS reload block implemented (only works correctly with DVD titles).
    - Identified titles cannot use custom modules.
    - NAND emulator improved (fixes and usage of new FAT module).
    - MEM2 protection disabled by default.
    - AHBPROT flag set to allow HW access from PPC.
    - Easter egg added.
    - Miscellaneous improvements and fixes.
    3.2E, HBC 1.0.8, cIOS38 Rev17, cMIOSv8 Rev3, NGL R8, GCBL 0.2, PriiLoader 0.3 Rev43, StarFall 0.5, BootMii@Boot2


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    I have tried to install this, but it does not have the Custom IOS Installer with it. I am not a newb, but I admittedly do not know everything about Wii hacking either. I took the rev19 that I already had downloaded earlier this year and tried to figure out I could install Rev20 with the installer, but I am afraid I will screw it up somehow. What are you guys using to install this cIOS update?

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    Your kidding right? The .dol file launches the cIOSx installer for Rev20....just as it has for every other revision of cIOS.

    As for trying to install rev 20 with the rev 19 installer that makes no sense what-so-ever.
    Damn I suck!!!!

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    Quote Originally Posted by bradforj View Post
    I have tried to install this, but it does not have the Custom IOS Installer with it. I am not a newb, but I admittedly do not know everything about Wii hacking either. I took the rev19 that I already had downloaded earlier this year and tried to figure out I could install Rev20 with the installer, but I am afraid I will screw it up somehow. What are you guys using to install this cIOS update?
    Did you remember to change the name of the file to boot.dol and placed the folder that contains the .dol file in the apps folder of your SD card?

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    Quote Originally Posted by beastietg View Post
    Did you remember to change the name of the file to boot.dol and placed the folder that contains the .dol file in the apps folder of your SD card?
    I have been putting in the root of the card. That is what had me confused apparently, as the instructions say put it in the root but you are saying put in in apps. I will try it now as you have said.

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    The instructions say you need the IOS files in the root. Not the cIOS installer. Read carefully.
    Damn I suck!!!!

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    I got it now The directions about putting it in the root were what had me confused. I put in a folder named "update" within the "apps" folder, and renamed it "boot." Worked without a hitch. Thanks for pointing me in the right direction, and hopefully this helps others who might have been similarly confused by the instructions.

    Quote Originally Posted by Krank View Post
    The instructions say you need the IOS files in the root. Not the cIOS installer. Read carefully.
    That would explain why it only worked with network install. Sorry for showing my limited knowledge. I have done all of the hacks on my Wii with only this forum and a torrent that had 4 different SD card rar files as my guide. Thanks to all who have helped me learn, and I am still learning
    Last edited by Krank; 08-02-2010 at 01:57 PM. Reason: double post

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    doese this fix trii force? i will update them as soon as I have accsess to PC

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    Quote Originally Posted by Wickid-Vulture View Post
    doese this fix trii force? i will update them as soon as I have accsess to PC
    No, triiforce is not fixed with rev20.


    rev21 is coming soon.

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    hi chaps im still on rev 17 and if i was to update to this one is there any recomendations of which ios to use a s base. does it make any difference or is there one which is the most common

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