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    I've run the syscheck and these are the results. I hope I got the spoiler bit right.

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    you got some funky cIOS.. and some are outdated.. also 223 is stubbed so it got updated or partially updated.. or something weird lol

    Follow the softmod guide in my signature and all will be well..

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    Thanks Shift_Lock

    I have a friend who did all this stuff for me, so I'm really not sure what's been done. Then I moved city, so I can no longer get his help. I'm fending for myself at the moment.

    I'm also really surprised that it seems to have been updated. Looks like somone will have some explaining to do.

    I'll follow the soft-mod guide and hopefully I'll be okay.

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    it will be fine.. just follow the guide exactly and it will over write whats on there now and you'll be ready to go.

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    Awesome!

    Thanks so much.

    Just for confirmation, it's the 'Softmod any Wii' guide by Mauifrog?

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    yes the any wii guide

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    Quote Originally Posted by drewski86305 View Post
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    yes the any wii guide
    what he said ---^ lol

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    Once you have finished the guide it would be a very good idea to use THIS GUIDE to update your usb loader gx to 2.0. The older revisions of gx have had some bugs in them and could cause problems. Get rid of ALL of your old GX stuff and do a fresh install of the new one.

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    Will do Skellinator

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    Okay, so I completed the guide and every step went as it should, according to the guide. Unfortunately Configurable USB Loader will not load, nor will USB Loader GX or Wii flow.

    When I run Configurable USB Loader, the words '248 frag' are on screen and they just stay there. When I run USB Loader GX it freezes on 'initialising USB' device and when I run Wiiflow, I get the graphic asking me if I've plugged the USB device into the correct spot.

    Also, I tried to run a syscheck but it hung on IOS250.

    The USB devices have worked previously but they seem to be the only variables at the minute. I'm using WBFS as my file manager.

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