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    I'm looking into it. Also, make sure you backup your NAND if you can. so if you mess something up you can recover it. I had a hell of a problem that I solved by going to an old nand backup and starting from there.

    It seems i was ahead of myself on the cIOS37 thing. it was listed on many other forums for fixing error 1029. Looking into it, cIOS37 installs as IOS249. So when you installed cIOS38rev17 you replaced that already.
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    oh, btw. Do you have any Hard Mods (mod chip, wiikey, drivekey, etc)?

    Edit: FYI cIOSCORP 3.6 Link to gbatemp post
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    I have no hard mods, soft only. I also just spoke to my little brother. he deleted a installed wad game. not with wad manager but by going to the wii button in the left corner in wii menu. then wii memory and then wii channels. there he deleted some wad games and went back to the wii menu. he told me there came a error on the screen but he doesn't remember what it said. he killed the power and put it on again and the wii was normal. except for the error 1029. so now I think that their lies the problem. thought it might help by finding the problem.
    haha --> wii softmod + little brother = no good...

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    ok, find out what games he deleted, use wad manager with those same wads, only select Unisntall WAD, it will remove the tickets left behind, then try to install the wad
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    also, after we solve this problem, you should look into triiforce. it installs wad files directly into a NAND backup file on an SD/USB card. It then boots the wii from the NAND on the SD/USB without affecting the real NAND at all. This way you could avoid many "little brother/sister" issues that could end you with a brick.

    Just think how this could have gone down if he was playing with any title deleter or something. eek.
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    yes did that. he deleted tree games. how could I have missed that? stupid stupid stupid...
    However. one of them was super smash bros 64. it's quite a big game for a wad, 44,9mb.
    It's the only one that doesn't want to unistall. it says;

    Deleting tickets OK!
    Deleting title contents ERROR (ret = - 106)
    Deleting title ERROR (ret = - 106)

    so something went wrong. I tried to install the wad, thought maybe it installed ok so I could than uninstall it but nope. quick search could indicate it has something to do with save files but don't know for sure.

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    looks like there is another method of removing wad files and their related tickets using any title deleter. find everything associated with that wad and erase it. it will be like it was never there. I think you will lose all save data for it tho ;(
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    Hacked wads and Wii Store/Nintendo Channel... - GBAtemp.net
    post 7(im sure the latest version is fine, not ver 1.0)
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    Post 10

    title ID database:
    Title database - WiiBrew
    Last edited by Lucidious; 02-15-2010 at 01:46 PM. Reason: fix typo
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    Quote Originally Posted by Lucidious View Post
    also, after we solve this problem, you should look into triiforce. it installs wad files directly into a NAND backup file on an SD/USB card. It then boots the wii from the NAND on the SD/USB without affecting the real NAND at all. This way you could avoid many "little brother/sister" issues that could end you with a brick.

    Just think how this could have gone down if he was playing with any title deleter or something. eek.
    yes thank you I will look into it. thats way better than now. I told my brother not to go in the homebrow channel.
    wel, he listened though. but I didn't think of what could happen if he deleted a wad with wii memory management.

    thanks for the info n site. it's really handy, but didn't got me any further..
    I searched my ass of the last hour but couldn't find the title ID or HEX code for super smash 64 on my wii.
    Went to WAD manager with a little voice in my head; maybe..maybe.. but no:P
    I don't want to sound like a quitter but is there much left to try?
    I could delete every wad I have installed or something. with the risk of not beiing able to install them again
    Well time to hit the bed.
    thanks for all your help, I will check in tomorrow.

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    well.. do you have a NAND backup from before the problem? you could restore it. You will lose all the saves, play history, wads, etc you have installed, but it will put you back in a good spot. kinda like playing game for hours and realizing you made a mistake 20 saves ago. sucks but sometimes you gotta do what you gotta do.
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    Oh, and i know how frustrating your problem is. I spent the last few nights staying up late reading on it. I'd say I put a good 16-20hrs into researching it and I'm running out of ideas also. Honestly, I don't mind, I like helping. Funny thing is, I only started wii homebrew about 4 days ago.
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