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    Un-install DARKCORP or leave it alone?

    Hi all,

    I successfully softmodded my 4.3U black Wii and downgraded to 4.1U. I followed mauifrog 4.3 guide via Smash Stack.

    I went ahead and did the "optional" install DARKCORP without knowing ahead of time that it's useless on a black Wii when playing back-ups.

    My question is should I attempt in uninstalling DARKCORPS or leave it alone if it's not going to effect anything.

    And also how do I uninstall it now. Obviously I installed it but didn't think I needed to uninstall and I don't know how.

    I'd at least like to be pointed to the right thread...

    Thanks!

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    I've had it installed for the longest time (and still do), and it hasn't given me any issues -- not even after jumping onto the HDD bandwagon. Since it is useless on the newer Wii's, you might consider taking a look at this guide.

    -Wii Menu 4.2U / DARKCORP v1.1 / BootMii as boot2 / Preloader v0.30-
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    nevermind... Found it...


    SORRY

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    Odds are you'll be pointed to my thread which isn't updated for the latest DARKCorp yet. You can safely leave DC on there, just don't mess with your IOS list by upgrading/downgrading (shouldn't need to for a while anyway). There's also an uninstaller with the DC package you can use to uninstall. I don't generally recommend it but maybe they made some improvements.
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    yeah I just found that!

    I am a newbie at this but may I sugguest maulfrog revamp his 4.3 guide in stating that if you have a newer Wii to not even touch DARKCORP. I know it's optional but had I not seen it I would have left it alone...

    Nevertheless he's GOD to me for the help and everyone here!!

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    Quote Originally Posted by disoBAYiishNeSS View Post
    I am a newbie at this but may I sugguest maulfrog revamp his 4.3 guide in stating that if you have a newer Wii to not even touch DARKCORP.
    Haha I hate to be the bearer of bad news but...

    Quote Originally Posted by mauifrog's 4.3 guide
    Optional- DARKCORP installation:

    Join the DARK Side of the WII!!!

    But yes, he and the guides he writes up have done a tremendous service to this community.
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    Yea it is all there in black and white. But keep in mind what Ithian is saying. It will not harm anything unless you go mucking around in the system ios's and such. He will update his guide when he has time, just look toward the bottom of the post for the edit date.
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    No worries at all. I mean the only thing I have left going is downloading WBFS Manager and formatting a Wii HDD.

    I just ordered an external HDD and will download the WBFS Manager once it arrives. My thing is as long as I can go about my business and DARKCORP does not harm anything else I'm fine. I'll act as if it isn't even there.

    This obviously is my first softmod attempt and I think I did a pretty good job!

    Anyone care to point me to the right thread for help with setting up the formatting of HDD and how to sync it flawlessly with WiiFlow which I have set up as a channel on my system menu?

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    He will update his guide when he has time, just look toward the bottom of the post for the edit date.
    Thanks odd. And yeah I will be updating that thread as soon as I can. It's been on my head for a while now and believe me, if I wasn't working at this very moment I'd get it taken care of.

    My thing is as long as I can go about my business and DARKCORP does not harm anything else I'm fine. I'll act as if it isn't even there.
    For what it's worth, I've left DC and CC on my console so long in the past I've forgotten they were on there and had to manually check to make sure. It's really transparent for most users. What's that infomercial say? Just set it, and forget it.

    For your other q's I'd say check through the recommended guides section. Lots of good stuff in there.
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    One recomendation is to install only forwarders for programs like wiiflow that is always being updated, that way you dont have to delete channels, you just swap out the boot.dol. The other thing is, I wouldnt bother with formatting to wbfs, as this makes transfering files between HDD and pc more of a headache. I would follow this guide and format to fat32. Keep in mind with this method you need to be using the correct cIOS to achieve your goals. PM me if this is the route you choose.

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