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    So the application loads.

    Are you able to actually install the IOS38 wad using the cIOS Installer?
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    I hadn't tried yet until I verified with you. I'll try now.

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    It asks for a Network Install or a WAD install. I thought that for the WAD install, it needs the [wad] folder on the SD?.

    What do I choose?.

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    If you have a network connected Wii go for that, otherwise the wad install (that's why IOS38 is at root)
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    and there is no chance this will brick my machine?. What are the following steps once this is done?. I would like to have the steps incase you aren't around.

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    Sorry I can stick with this, I have to go to bed.

    Here's a rundown of what comes next:-

    Success installing cIOS38. Do the other tutorial from before. (IOS36 swap.)

    Failure installing cISO38. Run TBR http://www.wiihacks.com/recommended-...s-any-wii.html using same technique of swapping boot.dol as before.

    Then do other tutorial (IOS36 swap). You'll find wad manager in the softmod pack.

    Will be back on tomorrow morning, UK time.
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    Ok... the failure to install cIS038 link says that for that you need HBR installed already...

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    and again, can this brick my wii ?.

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    No it won't, you are only downgrading an IOS, installing a cIOS.

    I Ran short of time last night.

    What you need to do is take the TBR tutorials boot.dol and use the exploit you used before (bannerbomb) to launch it. Or you can find a program called loadmii to do the same. loadMii - WiiBrew

    I will write up a more full method and possibly pack once I have experienced this for myself.
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    Right. All this tutorial does is run the very safe Trucha Bug Restorer tutorial using LoadMii and Bannerbomb instead of HBC. The latter parts simply installs an IOS36 that hackmii installer will work with. As I don't know what IOS36 you currently have I am unable to replace it back afterwards. IOS36-64-v3094 is a safe version that already comes packaged with TBR.

    This tutorial will allow you to install Homebrew Channel on a Wii that shows no vunerable IOS when running Hackmii Installer. This will not work on 4.2+ System Menus.

    Grab the required files from here

    Trucha Bug Restorer

    Only run this part if your Wii has no cIOS installed. Not required for 3.2 and below System Menus.

    Copy all files to SD card.

    Use Bannerbomb

    You will use the following procedure to start a program called LoadMii which will allow you to launch other apps. You may need to do this several times.

    Start Wii. Got to Wii Settings, Data Management, Channels, SD and select yes at the hackmii boot.elf/dol message.

    From LoadMii

    Select TBR.dol (Trucha Bug Restorer) from the next screen

    In Trucha Bug Restorer, load IOS36, press 1, read the warnings then select 'downgrade IOS15', select to load IOS from SD card then let it do its job.


    Run Trucha Bug Restorer again, this time using d-pad left/right to change the IOS, load IOS15 on first screen, select the IOS36 menu & install patched (select 'yes' on all 3 patches) IOS36 to slot 36, again using IOS from SD card.


    Run Trucha Bug Restorer again, load IOS36 and this time select restore IOS15.

    From LoadMii

    Run cios38installer.dol installer select IOS36 as the one it should use and then select wad install.

    Installing hackmii.

    From LoadMii

    Run 'wadmanager1.4.dol' and install IOS36-64-v3094.wad using default IOS249/SD Card options ( Please do NOT Un-install, just install this and it will over write the current one ).

    Exit Wad Manager by pressing the HOME buttom on the WiiMote.

    From LoadMii

    Run hackmiiinstaller.elf, wait for nag screen press A and follow instrucitons to:-

    Install BootMii to Boot2 if possible, if not then as IOS.
    Install Homebrew Channel.

    You should now have the Homebrew Channel on your Wii.

    If you previously used cIOSCORP then you can reinstate the IOS36 from your original cIOSCORP installation files using Wad Manager.
    Last edited by Tealc; 09-30-2009 at 02:05 AM.
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