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    Cool Cannot delete stubbed ios222,ios223,ios249,ios250

    Hi all need help i cant delete the ios222 or the ios223 or the ios249 or ios250 as it tells me to do so on this gide from shadowsonic2 im stuck can anyone please help......

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    Maybe it would help to explain what you mean by cannot delete? What error are you getting?

    Also make sure you did step 2 correctly as it is an important step. You may also want to re-download the pack as the tutorial has been updated:
    http://www.wiihacks.com/recommended-...y-4-2-wii.html

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    Thanks all good now have to find region for australia any ideas

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    Check the letter at the end of your firmware. From the system menu, go into Options, in the upper right corner, there should be a number followed by a letter.

    U= USA/Canada (NTSC-U)
    E = Europe (PAL)
    J = Japan (NTSC-J)
    K = Korean

    So if you're PAL, you're wii would say 4.2e

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    Hello, i have a question for anyone who may be able to help on anything, is that i hack a cousins wii with bannerbomb and had to install bootmii on ios ok all went well but then when i tried to install cios38 on both ios 249 and 250 the controller loses its signal, on which ios could i try to install the cios 38 rev 14??

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    If you're WiiMote desyncs, it probably means you didn't delete the stub IOS249

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    Did you follow a guide to try to install it. Should be 249, if you are on a 4.2 it may be stubbed. Either way you cannot just install a cios unless there was a preexisting one. You have to follow a process to do it.

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