Posting a System Check

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Jul 6, 2011

Posting a System Check by JoostinOnline at 6:12 PM (14,455 Views / 4 Likes) 59 Comments

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    JoostinOnline Certified Crash Test Dummy

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    Try this one instead:
    http://www.mediafire.com/?a55he350ijwbb5d


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    Same result, including the dead controllers. I'm sure it's connected to the problem I'm having getting mario kart to work in cfg. I even reran ModMii on it hoping it would fix the issue but no luck there either.
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    It's a bug in SysCheck, although I believe the cause is unknown.

    Try deleting Mario Kart and re-ripping it. It sounds like a bad dump.
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    I'll try a redump, thanks. It just struck me odd that the only two games I'm having issues with are both showing as needing IOS36 in Wii Backup Manager. Anyway, thanks for the suggestions.
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    SysCheck beta 13 updated to beta 14:
    * Added drive detection
    * Compiled with libOGC 1.8.8

    I also updated the screenshots to match the new layout.
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    Thanks for all the help, I will check this out today.
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    I updated to SysCheck beta 15:
    Edit: I also updated the Dop-Mii screenshot to remind people that they should mention what IOS's SysCheck froze on.
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    I've updated SysCheck to beta 17 which hopefully will fix all freezing and FAT mounting issues.
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    Thanks, I thought I already did.
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    what is syscheck so great? for me will this never work i get just a stack stubbet dump error and on dop-mii v13 or older or new versions will be freeze after i press any button before im make a Scan the Wii's internals (SysCheck) i just have a black screen and the power light flickering i think the wii load something and make noise like beep two times or some like that
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    You've probably got a bad IOS. Try scanning the IOS's individually. Most likely one of them will make it freeze. If it does, the re-install that IOS by downloading a wad from ModMii.
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    I gave this a long needed update, including the latest version of SysCheck, and screenshots for the "new" GBAtemp.
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    atta boy joost
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    I must have suggested to use syscheck a dozen of times by now, I wasn't aware of this guide.
    That makes it much easier to explain.
    Bookmarked the page.....
    Cheers ;)
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    Every time i get an email asking for help to solve a problem i give them the link to this topic :)
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    I've tried using it once on my sister's Wii that I was soft-modding for her. It would go on it's business checking things then the suddenly the BootMii screen pops up....Is it supposed to do that?

    BootMii basically pops up and that essentially ends whatever checking sysCheck was doing. So I just tell BootMii to boot back to Wii menu which it does with no problem.

    There was a log file of some kine it placed on root of the SD card but only had like 5 lines of text describing what it was doing before BootMii popped up. Didn't seem to be very informative at all.

    EDIT: Here's what little information it did save to SD card before BootMii mysteriously interrupted it:

    WARNING! Spoilers inside!


    BootMii isn't randomly popping up either. It only came up on it's own when using sysCheck. This is the IOS version of BootMii since the Wii is a post 2008 production unit. (but still has the drive that can read DVD-R/DVD+R)

    As far as I can tell the Wii is running fine though. Dios-Mios Lite works, CFG Loader works fine on both Wii and GameCube games, and even the forwarder channels I installed for a couple of the homebrew apps also work.

    All the home-brew I put on for her works. I even got the shop channel working by manually updating it. Looks like her Wii was up to date, but just didn't have the November update for the shop channel yet but remedied that quickly. Only hiccup was the WiiFlow refused to boot Wii games. Would just either get a black screen or it would go back to the Wii menu. Odd since the alternate loader I tried worked fine. Oh and I got PriiLoader installed and it's working as well. The hacks I enabled worked as well. (just enabled update blocks and disabled health screen)

    Wii also plays retail discs just fine. So maybe I'm overthinking it. :P
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    You are using a super old version of SysCheck. It's loading BootMii because it thinks that it's a real IOS. Use the version in my guide.
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    Apache Thunder I have cameras in your head!

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    Ohh I see. Well the Wii has already been moved back to my sister's place. I suppose next time I have to work with it, I will try a newer version. :P
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    I saw this guide thinking "Do people really need a guide for this?" but seeing that there are issues with some versions freezing makes me think that instead of a guide being made for this some improvements need to be made to sysCheck.
    I too had it freezing near the end of the check and think it may have been freezing on IOS254 (BootMii) but can't remember for sure.
    But for the time being this is a useful guide. Just have to make sure people link to it when they ask people to run a sysCheck :P

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