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Thread: Installing IOS's for new games, but how?

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    Latest version, USBLoader GX R815.

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    Well actually we are a little bit behind latest is r837 . But I know r815 works with Dragon Ball Revenge Of King Piccolo because that is the one I am using.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Shuji1987 View Post
    Oke I've selected IOS249 to install others with, however, I have a newer version of IOS53-v4113 though the list (http://www.wiihacks.com/recommended-...s-use-run.html see Dragon Ball Revenge of King Piccolo) states that IOS53-v4113 is needed in order to play.

    How big are the odds of bricking it when downgrading? Also, what about upgrading the IOS? I think I have v51** and the latest is v54**. In any case with the current version of the IOS I can't play the game so I'm just interested in seeing I could with either upgrading or downgrading without bricking it.

    I don't think there is a big chance of bricking it when we downgrade or upgrade IOS becuase when we install IOS it overwrites the previous one.

    Where we can brick the wii is when we uninstall an IOS under 200.

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    Quote Originally Posted by dr34m3r View Post
    I don't think there is a big chance of bricking it when we downgrade or upgrade IOS becuase when we install IOS it overwrites the previous one.

    Where we can brick the wii is when we uninstall an IOS under 200.
    Thanks for clearing this up!

    Also, I've been using the downloader through USBLoader GX so I assumed I had the latest. I'll update in a bit and see what it does.

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    No luck booting them up with the newest USBLoader either. However, NeogammaR6 worked perfectly. =/

    After I was looking for a new neogamma (R7 and up) but those won't boot them either. Now, neogamma says it's because I'm having cIOS249 r13 and that it was made for cIOS249 r14. Could this perhaps be the cause of failing in newer bootloading versions?

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