All Credit to Ade over @ http://adewii.wordpress.com for the Info above Credits Respect Goes Out To The Following People Who Without, “The Impossible Wouldn't Be Possible”. Install Backup Launcher 0.3 gamma with #002 fix from (link now broken & removed) - then, when that's installed as a channel (through the WAD Manager channel we installed in Step http://www.tehskeen.com/viewarticle.php?articleid=4436 WhiteMouseAU says: August 11, 2009 at 2:03 am Did a CiosCorp install today on a bootmii boot2 incompatible wii. Restore it to that IOS or use an IOS that has it./ old version of cIOS already installed. Source
Mi canal de Youtube. Apparently you have to DOP Mii it and configure some IOSs before you run cIOS. Hardware not recognized. Newer games work fine AFAIK - sometimes you might need to tweak some bits and pieces to get a specific title to work, but most stuff will work straight off the https://gbatemp.net/threads/trouble-installing-wad-files-with-wad-manager-1-7.275171/
Also this error will persist on newer wiis, meaning that they have the new D2-3 chip which cannot read backups at all. For this you need some knowledge: Wii virtual console games (that is, SNES games, Genesis games, etc.) come as .WAD files, which need to be installed to the Wii system memory You can only upload files of type 3GP, 3GPP, MP4, MOV, AVI, MPG, MPEG, or RM.
Method 2 worked, thanks a lot 07 January, 2012 22:49 Anonymous said... There is no known vulnerable IOS installed on this Wii. re-download. It is almost never necessary, even when the disk say's otherwise.
Be sure to install the System IOS, before install a new System Menu. Don't worry though, we can still back up your system memory, and later, get preloader installed for recovery (should we ever need it) after we've restored the Trucha Bug. If this occurs you can just rename the "bootmii" folder on the root of your SD card to something like "GET-RID-OF-THESE-CAPS-TO-ENABLEbootmii". but not sure please help.
Short version: I started this blog to document things I thought were obvious, but that I kept forgetting how to do. If you have a NTSC Wii, don't install PAL or Japanese firmware, etc. GBAtemp.net -> The Independent Video Game Community Home Forums > PC, Console & Handheld Discussions > Nintendo Wii Discussions > Wii - Hacking > Trouble installing wad files with WAD Manager Also, my wii is midded with wiic.
Funny thing is, when I was moving wads to my sd card (in order to free up space), the amount of blocks available stayed at 0 for quite awhile, and eventually fakesign) fixed - but we need it to softmod our Wii properly, so we're going to have to re-introduce the bug by installing older IOS files using Trucha Bug Restorer. I did all of the things mentioned in the guide, i installed backup launcher 0.3 and burned super mario galaxy 2 in a 4x speed on a Verbatin DVD-R , i can anybody help me solve this?Check out my reply to looney006, check out the first link I mentioned over there, they have all the answers you need.
For IOS, select 249 (IOS249) (You have to use the D-Pad to select 249) 2c. this contact form Here's the link again. Worked perfectly! Can also be a bad wad or not enough space on the Wii.
You can only upload files of type PNG, JPG, or JPEG. god i'm a mardy git today… Was more excited about CIOSCORP install… piece of piss… but thank you for the guide, and single download zip file, saved me sourcing the crap Most likely patched incorrectly (you don’t have to patch region when using USB Loader). 001: Unauthorized Device Detected. have a peek here No matter what I do, I keep getting that stupid 1035 error.
I suddenly couldn't load cgi games from disc. Bad burn/media or out of date IOS. r3dux says: December 7, 2009 at 9:13 am Hi Alison, I had a quick google - maybe the issue is related to the card being in read-only mode.
cheers Mouse Out r3dux says: August 11, 2009 at 9:27 am Hey Mouse, I install preloader because I want to have as many recovery options available as poss, and being able From "IOS Manager" install IOS56, and say noto all patches. ret -1010: Waninkoko’s 4.2 Updater. After putting this off for years, I finally added Netflix to my modded Wii thanks to your blog post.
Thankfully, the bootMii started right up, and my original NAND didn't end up corrupting! I have my wad ready in sd/root/wad/title.wad and a wad manager in sd/root/apps/wadmanager/boot.dol and i already have cIOS rev 14 installed. Open Multi Mod Manager from the Homebrew Channel. Check This Out Mar, 2010-03-16 16:41 — velinx Yo lo que hice es que Yo lo que hice es que seleccione IO249 y luego IOS38-64-v3867.wad.
Select Wii SD Slot. Unknown fix at present. If you have Boot2 as Boot2, restore an old Nand, or use firmware downgrader 1.11 MOD or 1.24 to reinstall system menu from Bootmii. r3dux says: January 19, 2010 at 8:29 am Well, I'm not sure how you've managed to get to this point, but all's not lost.
Chappie says: November 3, 2010 at 7:36 am Tried everything, still no joy so went for the wired solution, now I get 52131 any ideas on that one? Bad idea. Relax! If using Win Vista/7 make sure burning with admin rights. 1017: IOS Installation Error.
Y me funcionó. Rocksteady says: January 5, 2010 at 2:13 pm I have a mod-ed wii with the DC2 chip. Never listen to youtube Youtube guides are a nice idea, but they FAIL all too often. If anybody else has any solutions for a poor soul like me, please help, you will have my never ending gratitude… This is so frustrating.
Make sure you have the BootMii.elf installed on the root of your SD card and renamed to boot.elf, then boot the Wii holding down the Reset button to start Preloader. where it says "get all the files here" i click on it and rapidshare says that the files doesn't exist, could anyone tell me what the files are so that i the wii works fine and so on i just dont have a back up for just incase please advice r3dux says: October 10, 2009 at 10:47 am Cupcake - Are you This and the console hangs and disconnects my Wiimote when I try to leave HBC and head back to the menu.
though, is there settings that i need to fix or have i done something wrong ?? james says: October 17, 2009 at 11:58 pm hi can this be done on a wii with firmware v3.4e? My setup, on a 320GB drive is 20GB for Wads/NAND, 280GB-ish for ISOs. For this, we use a program called Wad Manager - so we're going to install a custom version of Wad Manager that comes as a channel and has other nice goodies
It's possible you've got a corrupt IOS. Never downgrade system menu of newer Wii's System menus less than 3.4 do not support newer Wii hardware.