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    Wii freeze in games and idle

    Dear forum,

    I have been running through the forum to see if I could find a solution to my issue, however did not manage. I would appriciate if you could guide me to a place where I can read about my problem or maybe give me some advices.

    Korean modified. Updated according to Mauifrog's "Softmod any Wii" without any issues. I now have a 4.1 version US region.

    The problem is that the Wii freezes both in games and when idle. When the kids have been playing for approx an hour it has frozen for a couple of times or if idle it freezes too.

    This was an issue from day one.

    I have managed to copy the games to a HD and is playing from there. It is a Toshiba 320and should according to this forum be one of the good and stable HD.

    When I look in the main menu I can see SoftChip R99M.

    I have installed WiiFlow, however no matter what I use (USB Loader GX or WiiFlow) same occure.

    I bought a fan to cool the Wii but this did not change the problem.

    I ran SysCheck before I followed the update and found 3 stubs, however after the update I cannot run the SysCheck, it freezes when checking the ISO.

    I only get as below from the CSV file:

    sysCheck v1.6.2 by Erik Spyder
    Region: NTSC-U
    The system menu v449 is running under IOS61 (rev 5405)
    Hollywood v0x11
    Console ID: 49229286
    Boot2 v2
    Found 132 titles
    Found 42 IOS on this console
    Found 2 IOS Stubs on this console

    Hope some one can help me?

    BR Mo

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    Could be some hardware failure. Did it occur before you modded your Wii?

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    Sounds like the classic harddrive "spin-down" to me. They often go into a sort of hibernation mode to conserve on wear and tear, so you need to find out if the manufacturer offers additional software to install and prevent this from happening.

    If it freezes during system check, you probably have a corrupted system ios.
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    use dop-mii to get a syscheck.....(be sure too look if it freezes on a certain ios)

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    Sorry I forgot a maybe vital piece fo info. Running the SysCheck and it comes down to Testing IOS vulnerabilities... Please wait... the green line showing progress stoppes at the mid dot after please wait. When this happen the blue light in the disk slide start to flashes.

    Quote Originally Posted by TheBandicootAddict View Post
    Could be some hardware failure. Did it occur before you modded your Wii?
    I bought it softmodded and yes it happend from day one.
    Last edited by oddgriffin; 08-16-2010 at 06:58 AM.

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    Use dop-mii as cile suggested. If there is a corrupt ios (as it sounds to be) it will be easier to tell which one it is.
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    During the softmod update I went online on the Nintendo server and updated the IOS as Mauifrog advised. Anything I can do to "update" for corrupped system ios?

    Cheers. I will try this out.


    Also, try the edit button out, it works well for adding info to your posts instead of bumping them.

    Will do.
    Last edited by cpeterm; 08-16-2010 at 07:58 AM.

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    Hmm I am not sure if I should reply to a certain answer or to the end of the post.

    Well I try this and hope you will guide me if inappropiate. Firstly I like to say thank you. I must admit that I did ot expect to get a reply so promt, cheers all.

    I hope that you will take the time to guide me further.


    I ran Dop-Mii scan with no issues! however it said that it could find 40 IOS (not 42 as SysCheck but SysCheck had 2 stubs, so it adds up i guess) . I got the below from the scan:

    (I am sorry for the not nice presentation, reason is that I do not have office and need to use print PDF and then copy past)

    DOP-Mii Report
    Region North America (U)
    Hollywood Vers i0oxn11
    Wii Unique DeviceID 49229286
    IOS Version FakeSign ES_Identify NAND Flash
    255 (v31337) Enabled Enabled Enabled Enabled
    250 (v65535) Enabled Enabled Enabled Disabled
    249 (v17) Enabled Enabled Enabled Disabled
    236 (v54321) Enabled Enabled Enabled Disabled
    223 (v4) Enabled Enabled Enabled Disabled
    222 (v4) Enabled Enabled Enabled Disabled
    202 (v65535) Enabled Enabled Enabled Disabled
    80 (v54321) Enabled Enabled Enabled Disabled
    70 (v54321) Enabled Enabled Enabled Disabled
    61 (v5405) Enabled Enabled Enabled Disabled
    60 (v54321) Enabled Enabled Enabled Disabled
    56 (v5405) Enabled Enabled Enabled Disabled
    55 (v5406) Disabled Disabled Disabled Disabled
    53 (v5406) Disabled Disabled Disabled Disabled
    52 (v65535) Enabled Enabled Enabled Disabled
    50 (v54321) Enabled Enabled Enabled Disabled
    46 (v65535) Enabled Disabled Disabled Disabled
    45 (v65535) Enabled Disabled Disabled Disabled
    43 (v65535) Enabled Disabled Disabled Disabled
    41 (v65535) Enabled Disabled Disabled Disabled
    40 (v65535) Enabled Enabled Enabled Disabled
    38 (v3867) Disabled Disabled Disabled Disabled
    37 (v3869) Enabled Enabled Enabled Disabled
    36 (v54321) Enabled Enabled Enabled Disabled
    35 (v3349) Enabled Enabled Enabled Disabled
    34 (v3348) Enabled Enabled Enabled Disabled
    33 (v3091) Enabled Enabled Enabled Disabled
    31 (v3092) Disabled Disabled Disabled Disabled
    30 (v54321) Enabled Enabled Enabled Disabled
    28 (v1550) Enabled Enabled Enabled Disabled
    22 (v1037) Enabled Enabled Enabled Disabled
    21 (v782) Enabled Enabled Enabled Disabled
    20 (v65535) Enabled Enabled Enabled Disabled
    17 (v775) Enabled Enabled Enabled Disabled
    16 (v54321) Enabled Enabled Enabled Enabled
    15 (v523) Enabled Enabled Enabled Disabled
    14 (v520) Enabled Enabled Enabled Disabled
    13 (v273) Enabled Enabled Enabled Disabled
    12 (v269) Enabled Enabled Enabled Disabled
    11 (v65535) Enabled Enabled Enabled Disabled
    9 (v778) Enabled Enabled Enabled Disabled

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    since your wii is now 4.1U you wont need korean ios

    52 (v65535) Enabled Enabled Enabled Disabled
    46 (v65535) Enabled Disabled Disabled Disabled
    45 (v65535) Enabled Disabled Disabled Disabled
    43 (v65535) Enabled Disabled Disabled Disabled
    41 (v65535) Enabled Disabled Disabled Disabled

    use dop-mii to uninstall these...only these go slow so you dont make a mistake

    then see if it still freezes....

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    is 236 needed?


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