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    Wad Manager -1022 error. IOS58

    Someone told me I had to install IOS58 so I did with IOS Installer, then I reinstalled HBC 1.0.8. I have tried EVERY Wad Manager available.

    I have a very simple question. When I start Wad Manager, it asks what IOS I want to install with. What do I choose? When I try to install with IOS58, I get error -1022. When I try to installing with any other like 249 or 63, the application just restarts back to the main menu when I try to start it.

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    If you followed a wiihacks softmod --- which I wonder at, or at least in terms of success --- wad manager should default using IOS 249 to install wads (you don't select IOS 58 to install 58). You should consult the Error Index. Also while you're at it, might want to think about posting a SysCheck as described here.

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    Sounds like a stubed cIOS.

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    What is a stubed cIOS? Can you give me a link to a good cIOS to install for my situation?

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    Quote Originally Posted by Mattx2 View Post
    What is a stubed cIOS? Can you give me a link to a good cIOS to install for my situation?
    A stubbed (c)IOS is a/an (c)IOS from which all the operational code is removed. It's only a place holder for that IOS slot.

    In your situation, I think following the softmod guide in my signature would be the best option.

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    I would try yours but I have a 3.2u firmware and I prefer to keep it that way. I'll try to find and re-follow another.

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    Quote Originally Posted by nightstah View Post
    If you followed a wiihacks softmod --- which I wonder at, or at least in terms of success --- wad manager should default using IOS 249 to install wads (you don't select IOS 58 to install 58). You should consult the Error Index. Also while you're at it, might want to think about posting a SysCheck as described here.

    Do this! The error code indicates a bad card or full memory.If you post the syscheck like nightstah said, they will be able to tell you what your cios situation is.

    The link Bandicoot gave you is for ANY sm.
    Last edited by skellinator; 11-23-2010 at 10:47 AM.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Mattx2 View Post
    I would try yours but I have a 3.2u firmware and I prefer to keep it that way. I'll try to find and re-follow another.
    At this rate, your reading comprehension comes into question --- you are actually READING, right? Our guides do support 3.2 directly (as they do 4.X); it's the 3.3 and 3.4 or 3.0 and lower that aren't in terms of you staying at any of this revisions.

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    I'm certain it's not full memory or the SD card. I'm expert when it comes to partitions and files systems, and I've used several different SD/SDHC cards with FAT and FAT32 fully formatted.
    But like Nightstah said, I should be selecting IOS249 while using Wad Manager. When I use IOS249 I do not receive any error. The installed wad just restarts (sends me back to the wii menu). So I guess the error code doesn't mean anything anymore.

    I will do the SysCheck anyway..

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    This is what I read below your sig: "Guide: Upgrade/Downgrade to Firmware 4.1" "Guide: Upgrade/Downgrade to Firmware 4.1"
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    Guide: Upgrade/Downgrade to Firmware 4.1"

    Why would I bother clicking that and reading 4 pages if the title was a lie.

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