Can I uninstall CIOSCorp using wad manager?

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Apr 4, 2009
  1. Bloodlust
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    Member Bloodlust GBAtemp Maniac

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    I installed cioscorp on a chipped wii (wiikey), now all my wii discs always prompt to update even if the update was removed already. Does upgrading to firmware 4.0 via nintendo remove cioscorp completely??? [​IMG]
     
  2. Devvar

    Newcomer Devvar Advanced Member

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    I believe it does. You could just get the original IOS and install it through Wad Manager.
     
  3. snikerz

    Member snikerz GBAtemp Advanced Fan

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    NEVER DELETE THE CIOSCORP WADS USING WAD MANAGER!!!
    You will get a full-brick!
     
  4. batwings21

    Newcomer batwings21 Member

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    Do NOT uninstall an IOS other than 249 with wad manager. Just install originals over top of the cioscorp ones. Thats how people make bricks. Search and there are several threads on unistalling cioscorp and or softmii.
     
  5. markongc

    Newcomer markongc Member

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    if i brick in that way, and no chip, can i recover in any way?if i install a chip?

    please answer also in PM thank you all!
     
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    uninstalling cIOSCORP is like uninstalling all the wii's original IOS.

    this is because when you install cIOSCORP you are installing over the original IOS with patched ones. which means you are running entirely off these cIOS.

    so if you delete all the cIOS from cIOSCORP you are esentially deleting all of your wii's IOS, which means you have a full brick.

    and there isn't any way to fix that at all. since there are no IOS that instruct the wii to read a disc and such.

    correct me if i'm wrong lol
     

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