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    HELP: Installing Priiloader on cIOSCORP 4.0U wii

    Hi all,

    Found out the wii I bought recently has cIOSCORP installed (korean region changed wii 4.0U).

    My question is : Will I be able to install priiloader without it interfering with cIOSCORP running backups from disc channel? (This is due to the fact that I have to install IOS60 patched in order to install priiloader on my 4.0U)

    PS. Can I install priiloader without IOS60 patched on my 4.0U? As I have IOS60 v65535 installed by cIOSCORP.

    Here's my signCheck log if it helps
    IOS number " ""Trucha bug""" " ""Flash access""" " ""Boot2 access""" " ""Usb2.0 IOS tree"""

    IOS250 (ver 65535) Enabled Disabled Disabled Enabled
    IOS249 (ver 15) Enabled Disabled Disabled Enabled
    IOS223 (ver 4) Enabled Disabled Disabled Disabled
    IOS222 (ver 4) Enabled Disabled Disabled Disabled
    IOS201 (ver 3094) Enabled Disabled Disabled Disabled
    IOS70 (ver 65535) Disabled Disabled Disabled Disabled
    IOS61 (ver 4890) Disabled Disabled Disabled Disabled
    IOS60 (ver 65535) Disabled Disabled Disabled Disabled
    IOS56 (ver 65535) Disabled Disabled Disabled Disabled
    IOS55 (ver 65535) Disabled Disabled Disabled Disabled
    IOS53 (ver 65535) Disabled Disabled Disabled Disabled
    IOS52 (ver 65535) Disabled Disabled Disabled Disabled
    IOS50 (ver 65535) Disabled Disabled Disabled Disabled
    IOS46 (ver 65535) Disabled Disabled Disabled Disabled
    IOS45 (ver 65535) Disabled Disabled Disabled Disabled
    IOS43 (ver 65535) Disabled Disabled Disabled Disabled
    IOS41 (ver 65535) Disabled Disabled Disabled Disabled
    IOS40 (ver 65535) Disabled Disabled Disabled Disabled
    IOS38 (ver 65535) Enabled Disabled Disabled Disabled
    IOS37 (ver 65535) Disabled Disabled Disabled Disabled
    IOS36 (ver 65535) Enabled Disabled Disabled Disabled
    IOS35 (ver 65535) Enabled Disabled Disabled Disabled
    IOS34 (ver 3087) Disabled Disabled Disabled Disabled
    IOS33 (ver 65535) Disabled Disabled Disabled Disabled
    IOS31 (ver 65535) Disabled Disabled Disabled Disabled
    IOS30 (ver 65535) Disabled Disabled Disabled Disabled
    IOS28 (ver 65535) Disabled Disabled Disabled Disabled
    IOS22 (ver 65535) Disabled Disabled Disabled Disabled
    IOS21 (ver 65535) Disabled Disabled Disabled Disabled
    IOS20 (ver 65535) Disabled Disabled Disabled Disabled
    IOS17 (ver 65535) Disabled Disabled Disabled Disabled
    IOS16 (ver 257) Enabled Enabled Disabled Disabled
    IOS15 (ver 65535) Disabled Disabled Disabled Disabled
    IOS14 (ver 65535) Disabled Disabled Disabled Disabled
    IOS13 (ver 65535) Disabled Disabled Disabled Disabled
    IOS12 (ver 65535) Disabled Disabled Disabled Disabled
    IOS11 (ver 65535) Disabled Disabled Disabled Disabled

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    Well, cIOSCorp replaces almost all IOS with highly customized ones. Your IOS 60 isnt patched from what I see above. You cannot use a "normal" IOS with cIOSCorp installed (at least if it's one replaced in the cIOSCorp installation). Your question is better put to the cIOSCorp team. I'd not blindly do it as mixing and matching IOS from a "normal" Wii to this one could cause unforseen problems.

    Note: that's a cIOSCorp IOS 60 alright, just looking at the revision # tells me that upon further scrutiny.

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    From the cioscorp v3.6 readme:

    IOS60 = IOS60 v6174 with rev13 DIP + ES_Identify Patch
    ...
    All IOS have the Trucha Bug restored.
    ...
    Optional, but recommended:
    - bootmii (preferably as boot2):
    We highly recommend installing bootmii, and making a NAND backup,
    and/or installing preloader prior to installing cIOSCORP.
    However, your cioscorp is probably older than 3.6 and would then use a different set of IOS which might give you issues installing priiloader. My advice, use the cioscorp uninstaller to restore your factory IOS. Then install ios60patched.wad and finally priiloader (you can get these files if need be from the 3.1-4.1 guide). What you do from there is up to you.

    The cioscorp uninstaller can be found via google search or emailing the bot at cioscorp@thewebpost.net
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    The best solution would be to stay away from cIOSCorp all together

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    Just reading the cIOSCorp readme it shows it installs a ios60, if you uninstall cIOSCorp does that mean it removes the original ios60patched which was installed when doing the 3.1-4.1 softmod?

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    Running the uninstaller restores the console with a set of original factory-standard IOS in the place of all IOS cioscorp modified. Which is why I suggested installing ios60patched after running the uninstaller.
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    Ah ok, so it shouldnt matter to reinstall ios60patched even if priiloader is currently on the system? Just asking since in the guide it tells you to install the ios first.

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    No once priiloader's on the system it can function without es_identify. I forget what revision that was coded, but as long as you're using the latest to my knowledge this is true. It's only the installer which requires the patched system IOS.

    Don't want to take this too far off track so my last post here for now.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Ithian View Post
    From the cioscorp v3.6 readme:



    However, your cioscorp is probably older than 3.6 and would then use a different set of IOS which might give you issues installing priiloader. My advice, use the cioscorp uninstaller to restore your factory IOS. Then install ios60patched.wad and finally priiloader (you can get these files if need be from the 3.1-4.1 guide). What you do from there is up to you.

    The cioscorp uninstaller can be found via google search or emailing the bot at cioscorp@thewebpost.net
    Alright I will follow your steps Ithian and uninstall cIOSCORP before attempting to install priiloader. Reason why I need priiloader installed is because my wii does not support bootmii/boot2 and only as bootmii/ios.

    If I stick to the installation instructions, there shouldn't be any problems (bricks and whatnot) right?

    Cheers

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    Quote Originally Posted by azxtani View Post
    If I stick to the installation instructions, there shouldn't be any problems (bricks and whatnot) right?
    Technically it shouldn't cause a brick. The uninstaller overwrites all the IOS cioscorp modified with originals. The reason I say technically is that if the uninstaller gets interrupted in any way it could brick the console.

    And I'm mostly just reiterating information the cioscorp team promises about their apps. Like I said it shouldn't cause a brick, but like a lot of homebrew material there's always an inherent risk when you're modifying the core system files of the console.
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