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    Quote Originally Posted by Krank View Post
    If you had read mine or Stomps post above you would notice that there were many solutions presented to you....did you try any of them??
    My apologize. I need a guide so here goes. So if delete 249 with atd and try running cIOS38 Rev 17 Installer and at the beginning what cios should i run it with since i do not have 249 222 or 223

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    Well you never told me which IOS dop-mii freezes at so I can't give you a definitive answer on that unless you tell me the IOS it freezes at when running sys check. ( you can try reinstalling without deleting it first)

    Most likely you will use IOS250 or IOS36 with the cIOS38 Rev 17 Installer. (To install it)

    Like I said, report back with the IOS that dop mii freezes on when scanning the wiis internals and I will tell you for sure.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Krank View Post
    Well you never told me which IOS dop-mii freezes at so I can't give you a definitive answer on that unless you tell me the IOS it freezes at when running sys check. ( you can try reinstalling without deleting it first)

    Most likely you will use IOS250 or IOS36 with the cIOS38 Rev 17 Installer. (To install it)

    Like I said, report back with the IOS that dop mii freezes on when scanning the wiis internals and I will tell you for sure.
    oops. dOP mii froze on 36 AND 249. Ii tried what you asked with cIOS38 Rev 17 Installer and "again" no luck freezing. what is going on ?
    Last edited by JUNIOR2543; 05-30-2010 at 08:59 PM.

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    No, I don't mean which IOS you choose to run the sys check using dop mii. I mean once the check is running it will start to list your IOS on the screen. Which IOS does it freeze at??

    Also when you say " freeze" do you mean it freezes and then you have to power down your wii by holding the power button?

    Do you understand what I mean?
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    Quote Originally Posted by Krank View Post
    No, I don't mean which IOS you choose to run the sys check using dop mii. I mean once the check is running it will start to list your IOS on the screen. Which IOS does it freeze at??

    Also when you say " freeze" do you mean it freezes and then you have to power down your wii by holding the power button?

    Do you understand what I mean?
    Tell you the truth it didnt run anything, it didnt give me any cios id=f enabled or disabled. no log what so ever. yes, when it freezes i have to reboot wii

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    Ok, then I misunderstood you earlier. I would try stomps suggestion for installing 222. Also remove IOS249 with ATD and reinstall with cIOS38 Rev 17 Installer. Then try to run syscheck again.

    If it freezes still then use dop to install the latest version of IOS36 and apply all patches.

    EDIT: If your Wii is offline you will need these Wads in SD:/wad to install IOS36 with patches.

    IOS15-64-v257.wad
    IOS15-64-v523.wad
    IOS36-64-v3351.zip
    Last edited by Krank; 05-30-2010 at 09:12 PM.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Krank View Post
    Ok, then I misunderstood you earlier. I would try stomps suggestion for installing 222. Also remove IOS249 with ATD and reinstall with cIOS38 Rev 17 Installer. Then try to run syscheck again.

    If it freezes still then use dop to install the latest version of IOS36 and apply all patches.

    EDIT: If your Wii is offline you will need these Wads in SD:/wad to install IOS36 with patches.

    IOS15-64-v257.wad
    IOS15-64-v523.wad
    IOS36-64-v3351.zip
    I will try doing that in morning, thanks for help

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    No need to delete IOS249, it will be overwritten by installing it again or installing a different version of the IOS249.

    never mind, I didn't read your earlier post
    Last edited by Stomp_442; 05-30-2010 at 09:55 PM.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Stomp_442 View Post
    No need to delete IOS249, it will be overwritten by installing it again or installing a different version of the IOS249.
    i installed patches but still freezes with mod, system check etc.

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    Well you weren't very clear as to what got you in this situation in the first place so it is hard to say what your problem is. So... You used dop-mii to install IOS 36 with fakesign? Did the process complete without any errors? Did you delete IOS 249 and reinstall it??
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