CIOSCORP and deinstall_syspatch IOS files does not match

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  1. Wiiwu
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    I'm baffled by why the deinstall_syspatch set of IOS files doesn't match the CIOSCORP files. Are the deinstall files for CIOSCORP correct and can be safely used for uninstallation of CIOSCORP?

    In the deinstall_syspatch list, it is missing corresponding IOS9 and IOS35 files, but instead it has a extra IOS16 which doesn't exist in CIOSCORP.

    CIOSCORP MD5:
    Code:
    a551e8c523f801d2b71b4c2cb416910b *CIOS11.wad
    071a10a1e9eaa5b4eb63356b2e335e2b *CIOS12.wad
    5358c8dfa9b537bd60d7993ffcb7c12c *CIOS13.wad
    21112b6805af673b9ce833ea0ce11f41 *CIOS14.wad
    eb65ddb4eb75b47925e6346403753fc3 *CIOS15.wad
    9422e9c075f02236ddb9ee6a5a53976a *CIOS17.wad
    be489e84068b4f893b97c1bc216a86ba *CIOS20.wad
    d50910d9725df19bcb41222402dc0f1a *CIOS21.wad
    419ed53fad03ffb82b0962333d07078a *CIOS22.wad
    82ecb1bfc5c11c3b93dd3316699de0f1 *CIOS28.wad
    c05336b62a930ab28bb9f3d31eb0fc10 *CIOS30.wad
    d1a000d201df79aa148060c0b50f0f27 *CIOS31.wad
    9ffc166ea01a2d260d030d1f7446e36f *CIOS33.wad
    528f80614ecdcddca48504824c3a6b87 *CIOS34.wad
    a633daf648e4bb13391314bbbeee981d *CIOS35.wad
    25563cb0087f1c84e44b08beb5981ea6 *CIOS36.wad
    4292c1c9b9b970920d7663a0773d23a0 *CIOS9.wad
    99dbf95ba639d0c8ebdb64d27f1db539 *CIOSBUGFIX37.wad
    33ce06db0e6e64df15848fb529a84da7 *CIOSBUGFIX38.wad
    0178b82ac98f9fdef2cdc25c5eabd342 *CIOSBUGFIX53.wad
    bb3345411cfbed2a6e32998af7bbc5a6 *CIOSBUGFIX55.wad
    deinstall_syspatch MD5
    Code:
    e50b392db3cb4068dcb3665ce8ad50b6 *IOS11-64-v10.wad
    1a4ca437787fd75a0ad6c72437cbc6ee *IOS12-64-v6.wad
    24e41114457ec020da92cf83c1c3e705 *IOS13-64-v10.wad
    8621bd37c3478328eb053653e5be24ca *IOS14-64-v257.wad
    b2ba4d1666fab09a156e3c939fa22cb9 *IOS15-64-v257.wad
    9ed0d3e2e0a258b4c0e7ba4971800526 *IOS16-64-v257-prod.wad
    40ddd61d469286f46646a50e37a867f6 *IOS17-64-v512.wad
    b6a33b6345e13445a443d31cb85144af *IOS20-64-v12.wad
    de6d068feb5cd09c9d74e1cc344433e5 *IOS21-64-v514.wad
    567363478ff7e8e19c4b7bbe171779ce *IOS22-64-v772.wad
    f279d43f1b84f2f87e4f8120f7737386 *IOS28-64-v1288.wad
    09976bda7684cfdb2b13135fe80cbb3c *IOS30-64-v2576.wad
    d266ada7c57a96735fefaf2f2d739d68 *IOS31-64-v2576.wad
    cf045fc616f8df8428bc8a799d54ac72 *IOS33-64-v1040.wad
    2d65b12cd815a25048319d95df641bb0 *IOS34-64-v1039.wad
    0142cd153e87afc4d368f04d2b89e930 *IOS36-64-v1042.wad
    29afc90e9aec6415025af2217b627714 *IOS37BugFix.wad
    ec9369764efe108d8baf27947d48a353 *IOS38Bugfix.wad
    d893cf6b1802dea835724bc04e311901 *IOS53BugFix.wad
    cc23365db0aeb56eafab551043b21a90 *IOS55Bugfix.wad
    BTW can anyone else help to confirm the above files MD5 matches with yours? I want to ensure the files not corrupted or malicious, thank you.
     
  2. tueidj

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    I can't answer your question exactly (whether the MD5s are correct) but v2576 of IOS30 and IOS31 are from the 3.3 system update, meaning they have the trucha bug fixed. It's not much of an issue but I'm surprised whoever made the deinstall_syspatch pack included them instead of using v1040.
     
  3. Wiiwu
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    tueidj thank you for pointing that out, I am now doubtful this deinstall_syspatch package is reliable for uninstalling CIOSCORP.

    I still hope people will md5 their files and compare notes here, this is the best way to confirm the files from different sources are actually correct and not corrupted.
     
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    Most likely these wads came from a pack on the net, or were pulled off of games. The easiest way to go back to (as close as possible) factory ios is to simply update to 3.3 or 3.4. Yes you will have to re-enable the bugs afterwards but it will get rid of every cios you have, along with all the alteration riskiwii made to your system. I ran the de-install it works fine. IOS 16 is included to make it easier to restore the trucha bug.
     
  5. jerome93

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    I've got the same md5 sum than Wiiwu
     
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    I tried installing CIOSCORP but had no clue how; game some error. I've searched days ago but came up with nothing that wasn't confusing. Can anyone please help me? I'd be greatful.


    ~Steph
     
  7. Arm the Homeless

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    Deinstall? You mean uninstall.

    And of course they'd be different. Otherwise you'd just be reinstalling it.
     

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