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Aug 29, 2010

Database Help by Steveice10 at 12:14 AM (1,547 Views / 0 Likes) 17 replies

  1. Steveice10
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    Hello, I'm creating a database with every System Title in it. I am missing:

    Boot2 V1
    Boot2 V3
    Korean EULA v1
    Korean EULA v2
    IOS4 v259
    IOS9 v518
    IOS40 v2835

    If anyone knows whether these are already dumped somewhere, can someone let me know?
     
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    If you tell me how to dump the Boot2, I can give you the v3. I don't think it was ever released in an update partition, though. Also, it would be quite amazing if you find a Wii with the Boot2 v1 on it, because almost every old game includes the Boot2 v2...
     
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    You might be able to get it with a Nand dumper. I'm pretty sure it's 00000001-00000001
     
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    Only the ticket (ticket/00000001/00000001.tik) is present. There isn't the directory title/00000001/00000001, at least on my dump. Any other idea?
     
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    No luck. It's just the same thing (ticket present, no title data).
     
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    What are all the files and folders in "/title/"?
     
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    System Menu (00000001-00000002), many IOSes, BC (00000001-00000100) and MIOS (00000001-00000101)... Nothing unusual. There's no 00000001-00000001 folder, as I said before.
     
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    Can you check in folders other than "title"?

    Wait... the ticket ".tik" should only show up in " \ticket \ 00000001 \ " (It won't let me type it without spaces)
     
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    1. I already did. Its data isn't supposed to be on /shared1 or /shared2, nor on /temp (which is always empty unless you're running a game or an app like WAD Manager, I think) or /sys. I've checked the /meta, /title and /ticket folders, but the only thing I could get is its ticket.

    2. Exactly. That's where I found it.
     
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    Can you try a bootmii dump, extract it, and look in the files?
     
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    I did that too, and it's the same thing, [​IMG] . Used NAND Extractor.
     
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    I found out how! You need to dump blocks 1 - 7 (not block 0) of the Wii. Open nand.bin (Unextracted). Go to 0x21000, skip one byte, and take the first 7 blocks after that (7 bytes)'

    Did it work?
     
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    EDIT: Oops.
     
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    Are you sure it is THAT small, [​IMG]? I copied the data to a "boot2.bin", anyway. Check your PM's.
     
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    Well, I read somewhere that someone who needed to use an infectus to get a bootmii boot2 onto a different nand needed to install bootmii, do a nand backup, and get the first 7 blocks of their nand and put it on the other nand. I assumed that getting the first 7 blocks would work just the same.
     
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    Found out I can use WiiNand (I think). I just need the nand.bin
     
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    Well, while I try to get Boot2v3 from it, does anyone else have the things like the Korean EULA versions and the IOS?
     

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