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Aug 3, 2008

error 0001 by wayne123 at 9:34 PM (1,586 Views / 0 Likes) 10 replies

  1. wayne123
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    I have a second older wii with the d2b board and wiikey. Most older backups work well, however anything newer gives me this error 0001 code and says unauthorized device detected. I unfortunately have updated to 3.3 so what if anything can I do to fix this? Thanks for any help you can give.
     
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    you should update your wiikey to the latest firmware.
    if the update disc doesn't work on 3.3, use the downgrader to go back to 3.2
     
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    how do i downgrader
     
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    I had that when my WiiKey was on 1.9b. I updated it and it all runs fine, even Mario Kart Wii. You could always boot the games from Gecko OS.
     
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    First, set up homebrew on your Wii
    Then, install custom IOS 249
    Then install and run the downgrader
    Use the search on this forums and look in the Hacking section, you'll find topics on all steps.
     
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    i put the card in my wii and run the homebrew channel .I just ran this to see what happens and it would seem that in some versions of the homebrew channel you can't see the installer app. help?
     
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    If I load the disc from Gecko OS, it says no dvd
     
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    just grab the latest homebrew channel, that's version beta8 at this moment. Place in in its own directory under \APPS, for example \APPS\IOSINSTALLER
    Also make sure you rename the file to BOOT.DOL or BOOT.ELF
    you'll also need to put the required .wad file in the root of the sd card.
     
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    i have tryed all this but it cant see the installer app


    Copy the file IOS37-64-v2070.wad to the root of your SD card
    Create a new folder in the apps folder on your SD card called CustomIOS, so the root of your SD card hould look like this...

    IOS37-64-v2070.wad
    Apps
    ../CustomIOS

    Then copy the file cIOS37_rev3-Installer.dol to the CustomIOS folder you just created, then rename the file to BOOT.dol

    Now put the card in your wii and run the homebrew channel. You should now see the REV3 installer application in the list of apps to run. Select it and follow the on screen instructions.

    To get the downgrader to run do the same thing. Create a folder called Downgrader in the Apps folder, so you will then have:-

    IOS37-64-v2070.wad
    Apps
    ../CustomIOS
    ../Downgrader

    then copy the file cIOS_Downgrader_v1.1.dol to the new folder you just created. Rename the file as BOOT.dol and run from the homebrew channel.
     
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    i have tryed all this but it cant see the installer app


    Copy the file IOS37-64-v2070.wad to the root of your SD card
    Create a new folder in the apps folder on your SD card called CustomIOS, so the root of your SD card hould look like this...

    IOS37-64-v2070.wad
    Apps
    ../CustomIOS

    Then copy the file cIOS37_rev3-Installer.dol to the CustomIOS folder you just created, then rename the file to BOOT.dol

    Now put the card in your wii and run the homebrew channel. You should now see the REV3 installer application in the list of apps to run. Select it and follow the on screen instructions.

    To get the downgrader to run do the same thing. Create a folder called Downgrader in the Apps folder, so you will then have:-

    IOS37-64-v2070.wad
    Apps
    ../CustomIOS
    ../Downgrader

    then copy the file cIOS_Downgrader_v1.1.dol to the new folder you just created. Rename the file as BOOT.dol and run from the homebrew channel.
     
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    Change it to boot.dol from BOOT.dol. It might not do anything, but maybe you should just take the caps out of it.
     

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