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    I'm burning the boot_usa.iso now from wiikey2.

    Also, on the last tutorial, I feel like such a noob, but how do you "Run Wad Manager and install IOS36-64-v1042.wad ( Please do NOT Un-install, just install this and it will over write the current one )."

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    The configuration disc worked from what I can tell.. if it were a clone, would the disc save changes?. I didn't change any of the settings, but hit save and it said that it was successful and the restart the wii.

    Last edited by tonnic; 09-29-2009 at 11:43 AM.

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    just put a pic of the screen

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    He said that he only uses Genuine WiiKeys.

    "I do know that homebrew can be installed without a modchip so I don't understand why this guy thinks it is a clone. I can open it up and let you see if you wish but I don't make a habbit of ripping off my customers. The chip has nothing to do with homebrew. "

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    Well...If the disc worked then there must be a chip in there, otherwise where'd it get it's existing config data from. To be honest I only ever ran my disc once and didn't change anything either, don't remember an error though.

    The tutorial would be a real pain in the arse if you are unfamiliar with homebrew things and do not have a working Homebrew Channel installed. It sound simple but just installing IOS36 will be tough.

    What do you want to do? Leave as is or do you want to go for it? You'll need to learn a lot.
    Not really doing much Wii stuff these days.

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    Essentially I want to be able to store backups on a harddrive and save them there so I don't need to have my game cases/disc binder.

    I need homebrew for this right?. If so, how can I find out how to do this on a granular level?. As I mentioned, in that last tutorial it says to:

    "1. Run Wad Manager and install IOS36-64-v1042.wad ( Please do NOT Un-install, just install this and it will over write the current one )."

    I have no problem following instructions, but I don't see how to "Run Wad Manager".

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    I didn't say it was a clone. That's not what I was saying at all. I use a Wiikey2 myself and know what it's about and know it has nothing to do with homebrew.

    The error you pointed out, when you tried to install Homebrew, is the same as we get when people have installed a suite of software that mimicks what a modchip does but does it totally in hacked software. It is this modification that alerts the hackmii installer and causes it to refuse to install. I have seen several people think they had a modchip installed when in fact they had just cIOSCORP installed.

    Now we both know that your chip is in place and is configurable.

    Now we need to understand why you get a hackmii install error.
    Not really doing much Wii stuff these days.

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    so what now? lol.

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    Essentially I want to be able to store backups on a harddrive and save them there so I don't need to have my game cases/disc binder.

    I need homebrew for this right?. If so, how can I find out how to do this on a granular level?. As I mentioned, in that last tutorial it says to:

    "1. Run Wad Manager and install IOS36-64-v1042.wad ( Please do NOT Un-install, just install this and it will over write the current one )."

    I have no problem following instructions, but I don't see how to "Run Wad Manager".
    This hack will involve using several different homebrew apps to patch your Wii so that you can run a hard drive.

    Before I go and write a very in-depth tutorial I need you to try something.

    Download this Wii softmod pack 240909.rar

    Now I don't want you to copy all the contents to the card as the rar says.

    Take just the private folder, IOS38-64-v3610.wad and put them on your SD card.

    Then go into the apps folder, then into cIOS38-rev14installer and take the boot.dol file contained within and drop it to the root of SD.

    So you should have:-

    SD:
    boot.dol
    IOS38-64-v3610.wad
    [private]

    What I am attempting to do here is launch cIOS38 installer direct from bannerbomb hack rather than homebrew channel where it would normally come from.

    If it doesn't work, try renaming boot.dol to boot.elf


    And don't worry nothing can go wrong with your Wii because of it.
    Not really doing much Wii stuff these days.

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    That loaded something else.... do I choose the IOS038 or whatever and then click continue?.

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