1. The-Lion

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    Why do you install cIOS 249 if you delete it afterwards?

    9) Now launch cIOSX Installer rev19 via the Homebrew Channel
    10) Choose IOS36
    11) The Installer will ask you what base IOS you would like to choose. This time, choose IOS38 and let the Installer finish the job. If you dont have a Internet Connection, download a IOS38-64-v3867.wad via NUS Downloader and put it in the Root directory of your SD Card.

    12) Lauch AnyTitle Deleter Mod and delete your IOS249.


    and when is cIOS 250 installed in the 250 slot?

    13) Lauch Wad Manager via the Homebrew Channel.
    14) Choose IOS250 and ignore the NAND emulation stuff. Browse through your Wad directory and install your dumped IOS249[57]-v19.wad.
     
  2. EeZeEpEe

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    The installer installs on both 249 and 250 at the same time with the same base. It's not like the Hermes installer where you can choose the cIOS and the base. So the guide is basically tell you how to install 249 base 57 and 250 base 38. In order to do that you have to first install 249 and 250 base 57, extract the 249 base 57 as WAD, delete both 249 and 250, install 249 and 250 base 38, delete only 249, and then install the WAD of 249 base 57.
     
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    I updated to 4.2J via Nintendo. Then softmodded (not trucha). Then I did this:
    # Remove all GameCube memory cards and controllers.

    * This step is very important. Do not ignore it .

    # If your Wii is not connected to the Internet, copy all the .wad files to sd:/
    # Unzip the Trucha Bug Restorer zip file and copy the TBR directory and its contents to sd:/apps.

    * You should now have an sd:/apps/TBR/boot.dol file among others.

    # Create the folder sd:/apps/ATDM/
    # Unrar mod6b.rar and copy boot.dol to sd:/apps/ATDM/
    # Run Trucha Bug Restorer from the Homebrew Channel.
    # Use Trucha Bug Restorer with default IOS to downgrade IOS15 via the following sub-steps:

    1. Push A to allow it to reload the default IOS that it chose for you.
    2. Read the message, then push 1 or Start when prompted to continue.
    3. Choose "Downgrade IOS15" with the D-pad and push A.
    4. If you are connected to the Internet, choose "Download IOS from NUS" with the D-Pad and Push A to select. If not, choose "Load IOS from sd card" with the D-Pad and push A to select.
    5. Make the same choice you made in the previous step for the second IOS version needed.
    6. When prompted, push A to start step 1.
    7. When prompted again, push A to start step 2.
    8. Press any button to exit when prompted.

    # Run Trucha Bug Restorer from the Homebrew Channel again.
    # Use Trucha Bug Restorer with IOS15 to install a patched IOS36 as IOS 236 via the following sub-steps:

    1. Choose IOS15 for IOS to reload with D-pad left/right and load with A.
    2. Wait for the message to push 1 or Start to appear and do so.
    3. Ensure the IOS at the top of the screen now states "IOS15 (Rev 257)"
    4. Choose "IOS36 menu" with the D-pad and push A.
    5. Change "Install IOS to slot" to be 236.
    6. Change all three options for patching to yes.
    7. Choose "Install patched IOS36" with the D-pad and push A.
    8. If you are connected to the Internet, choose "Download IOS from NUS" with the D-Pad and Push A to select. If not, choose "Load IOS from sd card" with the D-Pad and push A to select. # When prompted, push A to start installation.
    9. Press any button to exit when prompted.

    # Run Trucha Bug Restorer from the Homebrew Channel again.
    # Use Trucha Bug Restorer with IOS236 to restore IOS15 via the following sub-steps:

    1. Choose IOS236 for IOS to reload with D-pad left/right and load with A.
    2. Wait for the message to push 1 or Start to appear and do so.
    3. Choose "Restore IOS15" with the D-pad and push A.
    4. If you are connected to the Internet, choose "Download IOS from NUS" with the D-Pad and Push A to select. If not, choose "Load IOS from sd card" with the D-Pad and push A to select. # When prompted, push A to start installation.
    5. Press any button to exit when prompted.

    # Run apps/ATDM/boot.dol from the Homebrew Channel
    # Select IOS236 as the IOS to start and push A to confirm.
    # Navigate to "System Titles" and push A to confirm
    # Select "IOS222" and push A to delete then A again to confirm.
    # Select "IOS223" and push A to delete then A again to confirm.
    # Select "IOS249" and push A to delete then A again to confirm.
    # Select "IOS250" and push A to delete then A again to confirm.
    # Push Home to exit AnyTitle Deleter Mod
    then:
    1. Create a directory sd:/apps/ios249
    2. Unzip cIOSX_rev19-Installer.dol and copy it to sd:/apps/ios249
    3. Rename cIOSX_rev19-Installer.dol to boot.dol
    * Thus, the file from the zip should now have a copy at sd:/apps/ios249/boot.dol
    4. If your Wii is not connected to the Internet, copy IOS57-64-v5661.wad to sd:/
    5. Remove all GameCube controllers and memory cards from the GameCube ports
    6. Mute or lower volume of your speakers (the installer has loud music)
    7. Insert the SD card in your Wii and start Homebrew Channel then the IOS249 app
    8. IOS choice depends on your Wii type. You were probably told which IOS to use at this step. If you weren't or have forgotten, use the information below. Use D-pad to select the correct IOS then press A.
    * If you just now used one of the 4.2 methods above, use IOS236
    9. Push A to accept the disclaimer
    10. Select IOS57 v5661 for the base IOS version with D-pad left/right and push A
    11. With the D-pad, select network installation if you are connected to the Internet or WAD installation if not, and push A
    12. Let the installation complete
    13. Press any button to reset when completed
    The first part is what we would call Trucha patch?
     
  4. bula

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    Because he updated through Nintendo to 4.2 and now it has a stub 249 and 250.
     
  5. irsasquatch

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    Hey, perhaps I did something wrong (don't think so...) but using Wad Installer 1.5 with IOS 250 does not give me the Nand option, and is essentially the same as if i had simply used ios 36 to install my wads, ie installs without a problem but without Nand option. Should this be the case, or have I messed up a step in the install guide? What is the advantage of using the newly installed ios 250 over just using ios 36?
     
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    I'm very worried because there's a lot of stuff i couldn't do when i was following the guide. I even deleted all folders and Unrar'd them again to my sd card and i think it got worse. When I launch cIOSX Installer rev 19, there's no IOS249 to choose. I selected IOS36 even if i didn't know if i have any cIOS installed yet.

    When I launch blue dump alpha 3, i cant go to system titles to back up the IOS249, it just says in the same screen: "ISFS - OPEN for /title/000000001 Failed -102"

    If anyone can help out with this issue, I will greatly appreciated.
     
  7. Zhelkus

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    I followed the instructions in the OP but now whenever I use Hermes' cIOSs my games tend to hang up. In the sens that the game still plays, animations still carry out but my wii remote no longer operates the game. When I loaded Brawl+ with 222,223 & 224 I went to the music page (I have custom sounds on my sd card) and the cursor stopped moving and then the custom sound stopped playing but the cursor was still animated... I just couldn't move it. I'm not sure Configurable USB Loader is to blame... or is it?

    I didn't get this problem with Waninkoko's 249. But Monster Hunter Tri is only playable apparently with Hermes' 223... even though it's still risky because it freezes! What's going on? I did everything in the first post!
     
  8. ChokeD

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    Tantric said his latest emulators FCEU GX and SNES9X GX work the best with 202/57. So take it or leave it but that's what the man said. Just giving everyone that plays with emu's a heads up.
     
  9. giantpune

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    it will be a very small difference. probably not even noticeable. those emulators only read and write to/from the usb drive when you initially load a game and whan you save screen shots and stuff. while youre actually playing the game, there is nothing happening with the usb drive, so it doesnt matter what IOS base you used.

    and since the files involved are so incredible small, they can all be read & written in less that a second. the emulators should not be your deciding factor as to what base you use for anything.


    you might actually see a difference with apps that use IOS202 and deal with big files like wiimc & wiixplorer. to be sure, do a pepsi challenge. install 202 one way, copy the same file from a sd card to a usb drive and back again 10 times and average the times. then change the base used in IOS202 and repeat the test..
     
  10. Chemodile

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    I followed this up until Hermes 202[60], where the installer hangs indefinitely.

    I've tried letting it run from the network, I've tried placing the files manually with NUSD and I've tried running the Hermes installer using 250r19[38], 249r19[57] and 223v4[37/38]. It hangs on install no matter what. Any ideas?


    edit: Gamecube memory cards. *shakes fist*

    My USB Loader GX forwarder takes MUCH longer to load the app now, then it crashes consistently about 10 seconds in the gui.

    This setup looked nice on paper but it sure seems to be causing more problems than it's solving. Can anyone confirm r929 of USB Loader GX is still having problems with Hermes v5?

    Switching to r297 didn't fix anything, and now Blue dump is giving me code dumps.

    Maybe I'm just missing something, but so far the compatibility with this setup is so bad that I'm forced to actually use my nand backup for the first time. What a waste of effort.
     
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    Thank you for this!

    Just a quick question: I would like to run "Monster Hunter Tri" (PAL) on USB Loader GX (latest) but I'm getting the black-screen-and-"beep"-sound-freezing issue.

    I've heard that the solution is to install cIOSX rev19 with IOS 37 as base.
    However, I've followed this guide, so now I have rev19 installed with IOS57, right?


    Since I'm a noob, I tried re-installing rev19 with an IOS37 wad as base IOS, and I got a -ret error.

    Is there anyway for me to get MH3 working with the setup in this guide?

    Thanks in advance.
     
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    AFAIK the only solution is to install 249 base 37 via waninkokos installer (hermes base 37 has trouble playing MHT & other games requiring ios 37) and then load via 249.

    223 + 224 didnt work for me at all.

    Until wanin releases ciosX rev20 and allows you to install to different slots, the only way I have found is to dump 249 after iv run it to install base 37, dump it with bluedump, and keep it in my wad folder for wad manager.

    It doesnt take long to switch 249 from 57 to 37 and back again using wad manager.


    RE the ret error:

    Use ATD to remove 249/250 as base 57, and reinstall 250 as base 38 for using wad manager.
     
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    Thanks for your help KiiWii. What you proposed worked! I dumped IOS249[37] and now I switch between that and IOS249[57] using the wad manager when I want to play MHT. I also got to the wad manager to work again using IOS250[38], like you and this guide said.

    Anyway, now I'm back to another problem. Most of the time my USB Loader GX is buggy and freezes when I try browsing through the games. I've got the latest updated version installed and tried an older one with rev19 support, but the problem persists. I think it has something to do with the newest update having problems with the FAT/NTFS formats.

    Do you by any chance know what version of USB Loader GX works best with cIOS rev19?

    EDIT-> Nevermind, I simply installed an older version of USB Loader GX and it works smoothly now!

    Thanks again for your help KiiWii.
     
  14. nang1

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    hey guys

    im such a noob at softmodding my wii(well i didnt even do it my cousin did )

    yea anyways i need help i wanna play mh3 but when i load it, a black screen with a beeping sound comes up as soon as i hit new game. how do i get around this?

    i have iso249(rev 14 ) and i have neogamma r8 final . i used the trucha bug to patch as iso base 36 and i play the games on disc (not usb).

    i heard that u need waninkoko's rev 19 and iso 37 as base.

    i understand everything up untill the iso base 37 part.

    my wii is connected to the internet to install the ciosx (i prefer to use the via internet option rather than the wad )

    do i have to patch iso37 using the trucha bug or something?

    could u please give me a guide to follow or something or simple step by step installation plz? thnx
     
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    [​IMG] boooooyaaah i just updated my wii to rev 19 with base 37 it really wasnt that hard thnx anyway [​IMG]
     
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    If you still want to follow this guide and be able to play MHT, just dump 249[57] and 249[37] so that you can switch between them using wads in the wad manager. KiiWii proposed that, and it works great for me.
     
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    I' a noob. I have followed the guide but I'm stuck at step 9-11.
    It give me error such as:

    +installing custom IOS please wait
    >>install error!(ret=-2001)

    I have installed trucha bug restorer 1.12 v. by this guide:

    1. Remove all GameCube memory cards and controllers.
    * This step is very important. Do not ignore it .
    2. If your Wii is not connected to the Internet, copy all the .wad files to sd:/
    3. Unzip the Trucha Bug Restorer zip file and copy the TBR directory and its contents to sd:/apps.
    * You should now have an sd:/apps/TBR/boot.dol file among others.
    4. Run Trucha Bug Restorer from the Homebrew Channel.
    5. Use Trucha Bug Restorer with default IOS to downgrade IOS15 via the following sub-steps:
    1. Push A to allow it to reload the default IOS that it chose for you.
    2. Read the message, then push 1 or Start when prompted to continue.
    3. Choose "Downgrade IOS15" with the D-pad and push A.
    4. If you are connected to the Internet, choose "Download IOS from NUS" with the D-Pad and Push A to select. If not, choose "Load IOS from sd card" with the D-Pad and push A to select.
    5. Make the same choice you made in the previous step for the second IOS version needed.
    6. When prompted, push A to start step 1.
    7. When prompted again, push A to start step 2.
    8. Press any button to exit when prompted.
    6. Run Trucha Bug Restorer from the Homebrew Channel again.
    7. Use Trucha Bug Restorer with IOS15 to install a patched IOS36 as IOS 249 via the following sub-steps:
    1. Choose IOS15 for IOS to reload with D-pad left/right and load with A.
    2. Wait for the message to push 1 or Start to appear and do so.
    3. Ensure the IOS at the top of the screen now states "IOS15 (Rev 257)"
    4. Choose "IOS36 menu" with the D-pad and push A.
    5. Change "Install IOS to slot" to be 249.
    6. Set all four patch options to yes.
    7. Choose "Install patched IOS36" with the D-pad and push A.
    8. If you are connected to the Internet, choose "Download IOS from NUS" with the D-Pad and Push A to select. If not, choose "Load IOS from sd card" with the D-Pad and push A to select.
    9. When prompted, push A to start installation.
    10. Press any button to exit when prompted.
    8. Run Trucha Bug Restorer from the Homebrew Channel again.
    9. Use Trucha Bug Restorer with IOS249 to restore IOS15 via the following sub-steps:
    1. Choose IOS249 for IOS to reload with D-pad left/right and load with A.
    2. Wait for the message to push 1 or Start to appear and do so.
    3. Choose "Restore IOS15" with the D-pad and push A.
    4. If you are connected to the Internet, choose "Download IOS from NUS" with the D-Pad and Push A to select. If not, choose "Load IOS from sd card" with the D-Pad and push A to select.
    5. When prompted, push A to start installation.
    6. Press any button to exit when prompted.
    10. Now follow the Steps needed by all Wiis below and remember that you need to choose IOS249 later when asked


    After this, I do the step 1 then stuck up again in step 9 with the same error.

    Did I miss anything?

    Thanks for the help.
     
  18. 3pol

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    Ok I just don't get it what is the trucha patch but I saw a guide for a novice like me.

    Here we go:

    B4 you perform the following steps, you need to have IOS15-64-v257.wad and IOS15-64-v266.wad and IOS36-64-v3094.wad on the root of your sd card.

    DOWNGRADE IOS15:
    Start Trucha Bug Restorer (Launch with Homebrew Channel).
    Press B to continue without IOS reload (ios at the top can be left as default)
    After a few seconds you will get a message that says Press 1 to start the application. At that time press 1
    Go to Downgrade IOS15 and press A.
    When you see...
    Press A.
    When you see...
    Press A.
    After prepration...
    Press A for Step 1
    Press A for Step 2
    Press Any button to exit the application.

    PATCH IOS36:
    Start Trucha Bug Restorer again.
    Select which IOS to Load (Change to IOS15) and Press A.
    Again after a few seconds you will get a message that says Press 1 to start the application. At that time press 1
    Go to IOS36 menu and Press A.
    Make sure you select the below settings...
    Install IOS to Slot: 36
    patch hash check (trucha): YES
    patch ES_Identify: YES
    patch nand permissions: YES
    then go up to Install patched IOS36 and press A.
    When you see...
    Press A.
    After preparation press A to install.
    After the install is finished Press any button to exit.

    RESTORE IOS15:
    Start Trucha Bug Restorer again.
    Select which IOS to Load (Change to IOS36) and Press A.
    Again after a few seconds you will get a message that says Press 1 to start the application. At that time press 1
    Go to Restore IOS15 and Press A
    When you see...
    Press A.
    After preparation press A to install.
    After the install is finished Press any button to exit.

    Thanks to the author, it solves the error for step 9-11.
     
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    Would these instructions be different if you installed Waninkokos cIOS to IOS37 because that was your first cIOS? Or is the pack wad option hiding somewhere else?

    I'm at the BlueDump step #4 and I don't see a pack wad option for ISO249, only option is to backup savedata. Gave me a shock since I thoughtlessly pressed A too quickly and it froze at backing up savedata. Luckily, things seem fine after restarting the Wii.

    The directions after BlueDump regarding IOS249 and IOS37, would they be any different?


    Also, just to be sure about BlueDump, I'm suppose to press A at System Titles, scroll down to IOS249 (or whatever it is), and then press 1 button? There I only see Backup Savedata option. If there was a pack wad option, then I press A? And that's it, nothing else, so I just shut off my Wii, move the ISO Wad to the Wad directory from my computer in my SD card (assuming the Wad ISO is saved to the SD card somewhere), and go on?

    Sorry, I'm a bit new to this and I've never used BlueDump before, so I'm just going by the directions I see, but I could be very wrong.

    Edit: Fixed major typo
     
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    You are not supposed to install Wanin's CIOS replacing 36 or 38, you are supposed to install the CIOS on a blank slot but it uses the functions of 36/38 along with all of the custom code work. The best blank slots to use are in the 200 series assuming Nintendo releases IOS's in a numerical order of whole numbers, Nintendo will most likely not be able to release IOS's in the 200 series.

    In order to do some homebrew loading, you have to patch either 36 or 38 with the trucha bug. I believe this allows for fake signing code such as CIOS installers to allow them to run. If you installed a custom IOS over 36/38, when the wii tries using IOS 36 or 38 it may ultimately brick your wii given the wii may not know how to use the IOS.

    If you followed the guide right, everything should follow through naturally.
     
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