Error 003'd Wii

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Sep 27, 2012

Error 003'd Wii by fgghjjkll at 2:12 AM (2,340 Views / 0 Likes) 21 replies

  1. fgghjjkll
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    Hey, I bricked my Wii a while back because I updated a korean wii to a 4.2 US.
    I cannot run MarioKart-PWNS or SwapDisc-PWNS as neither method can load SSBB properly.

    With MarioKart-PWNS, I'm able to autoboot Mario Kart. However, when i swap to SSBB and "install the channel", I encounter a black screen and the disc shows no signs of being read.

    With SwapDisc-PWNS, CastleVania refuses to autoboot.

    Please assist me, I've asked a few people, looked through 20 pages to google search results, asked in #wiihelp (banned from a misunderstanding), but they all haven't been able to start my wii back so far...
     


  2. DeadlyFoez

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    get a wode, it'll make things easier. Once you have a wode I may be able to help you more.
     
  3. fgghjjkll
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    I was hoping I didn't have to say that, since that was exactly what got me banned from #wiihelp. (WODE = Piracy not Recovery)
    I installed a WODE shortly after bricking my Wii.
     
  4. mauifrog

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    make sure you have added "0SBE01" to the wode's list of dual layer discs.
     
  5. fgghjjkll
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    I think i've done that correctly.
    [​IMG]
     
  6. damysteryman

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    Hmmm.... I am just wondering why the Castlevania swap.iso refuses to load no matter what you try...

    Apparently Carnival Games works with with Swapdisc-PWNS... maybe try that instead of Castlevania?
    Accordding to Mauifrog's guide, Carnival Games does not even need the disc to spin up, which helps.

    Of course, here is hoping that your Wii actually decides to load the Carnival Games disc up in the first place, unlike with Castlavania.
     
  7. mauifrog

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    How did this wii get to have the 4.2u system menu on it? Was it region changed? Or semi bricked from a disc update? If it was region changed, was the system menu working properly? Or was it region changed to USA?

    Possibly you have semi bricked wii with Korean system setting.
    Possibly you have region changed wii with Jap settings and semi bricked on a USA menu.
    If the language in setting.txt is not supported by your game iso, the game will load to a black screen.

    Possibly try loading SSBB-kor via Mario Kart PWNS.

    Possibly iso is bad, verify with wit.
     
  8. fgghjjkll
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    I have done a video of the swapdisc-method

    It might help.
    I'm verifying the iso as I type.
    The Wii was originally on 3.2U (always prefered american system firmwares when possible)
    I updated it. Now it's on 4.2U and bricked.

    I think that the settings may not be corrupt as I have set the settings in this Wii before, such as regarding networking, video settings, parental controls, etc.
    I'll try look for a korean SSBB. Hope I can find a copy.

    Code:
    D:\error 003-USA>wit verify ssbb-pal.iso
    *****  wit: Wiimms ISO Tool v1.25b r2143 cygwin - Dirk Clemens - 2011-01-10  ***
    **
    +OK	 .0  UPDATE  0SBE01 ssbb-pal.iso
    +OK	 .1  DATA    0SBE01 ssbb-pal.iso
    +OK	 .2  HA8E    0SBE01 ssbb-pal.iso
    +OK	 .3  HA9E    0SBE01 ssbb-pal.iso
    +OK	 .4  HBAE    0SBE01 ssbb-pal.iso
    +OK	 .5  HBBE    0SBE01 ssbb-pal.iso
    +OK	 .6  HBCE    0SBE01 ssbb-pal.iso
    +OK	 .7  HBDE    0SBE01 ssbb-pal.iso
    +OK	 .8  HBEE    0SBE01 ssbb-pal.iso
    +OK	 .9  HBFE    0SBE01 ssbb-pal.iso
    +OK	 .10  HBGE    0SBE01 ssbb-pal.iso
    +OK	 .11  HBIE    0SBE01 ssbb-pal.iso
    +OK	 .12  HBKE    0SBE01 ssbb-pal.iso
    +OK	 .13  HBLE    0SBE01 ssbb-pal.iso
    D:\error 003-USA>
    
    Verifying original disc now.
     
  9. damysteryman

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    Well, it looks like you have at least performed the disc swap enough to get it to recognize SSBB... but I do not know why it is still asking for the SSBB disc though. Does the WODE try to "eject" the iso when that screen shows up?

    Anyone else have any idea why it is doing this?
     
  10. tueidj

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    Why is the iso named "ssbb-pal.iso" but all the title IDs are for NTSC-U? You know the US version of SSBB can't autoboot, right?
     
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    I know that it is a PAL version, since I actually posted a copy of the game to him.

    The SwapDisc-PWNS.bat in mauifrog's Eror 003 fixing tutorial changes the Title ID of both the game that gets swapped out, and the copy of SSBB, over to 0SBE01, as part of the game swapping trickery I believe.

    EDIT: 1000th post! Was never sure if I would actually get that far :lol:
    Now I get my shiny new first Red-striped gbatemp ribbon :D
     
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    That is the Disc ID, not the title ID. It doesn't explain why the other partitions (the VC demos) have NTSC-U IDs.
     
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    Ah true. Now I see what you mean, what with all the other partitions... silly me failed to notice that the first time I looked at it.
    They SHOULD all be ***P...
    Thanks for pointing that out tueidj.

    fgghjjkll, why is that happening?
    You did not mix up the copy I gave you with your USA copy you had, now did you? :glare:
    /me has his pitchfork and torch ready on standby in case he needs to hunt down fgghjjkll...
     
  14. fgghjjkll
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    Ah...
    I'll rip it once again... JUST TO MAKE SURE!
     
  15. damysteryman

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    [​IMG]
    Anyone care to join me on this lovely little train ride? :evil:

    User error is the worst error of all it seems.

    I am unsure as to whether or not your WODE will rip it while your Wii is in it's crippled state, so maybe best to try ripping it using a pc and imgburn.

    Also, use wit verify right away after ripping, just to be sure!
    I know for certain that the disc I gave you is of PAL SSBB, due to the fact that I have never had any other version of SSBB in my possession in my entire life.
     
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    Nah, this WODE /should/ theoretically be able to rip this disc.
     
  17. mauifrog

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    It should check out like this with wit, before you edit the disc header. After you edit the iso with wit only the title and id should change in the disc header. All partitions should still pass wit verify, TICKET & TMD are well signed


    D:\Documents\wiishit\ssbb-pal>cmd
    Microsoft Windows [Version 6.1.7601]
    Copyright © 2009 Microsoft Corporation. All rights reserved.

    D:\Documents\wiishit\ssbb-pal>wit verify ssbb.iso -vv

    wit: Wiimms ISO Tool v1.25b r2143 cygwin - Dirk Clemens - 2011-01-10

    1 object scanned, 1 supported file found.
    >scan .0 UPDATE RSBP01 ssbb.iso
    >info TICKET & TMD are well signed. Partition is encrypted.
    +OK .0 UPDATE RSBP01 ssbb.iso
    >scan .1 DATA RSBP01 ssbb.iso
    >info TICKET & TMD are well signed. Partition is encrypted.
    +OK .1 DATA RSBP01 ssbb.iso
    >scan .2 HA8P RSBP01 ssbb.iso
    >info TICKET & TMD are well signed. Partition is encrypted.
    +OK .2 HA8P RSBP01 ssbb.iso
    >scan .3 HA9P RSBP01 ssbb.iso
    >info TICKET & TMD are well signed. Partition is encrypted.
    +OK .3 HA9P RSBP01 ssbb.iso
    >scan .4 HBAP RSBP01 ssbb.iso
    >info TICKET & TMD are well signed. Partition is encrypted.
    +OK .4 HBAP RSBP01 ssbb.iso
    >scan .5 HBBF RSBP01 ssbb.iso
    >info TICKET & TMD are well signed. Partition is encrypted.
    +OK .5 HBBF RSBP01 ssbb.iso
    >scan .6 HBBP RSBP01 ssbb.iso
    >info TICKET & TMD are well signed. Partition is encrypted.
    +OK .6 HBBP RSBP01 ssbb.iso
    >scan .7 HBCP RSBP01 ssbb.iso
    >info TICKET & TMD are well signed. Partition is encrypted.
    +OK .7 HBCP RSBP01 ssbb.iso
    >scan .8 HBDP RSBP01 ssbb.iso
    >info TICKET & TMD are well signed. Partition is encrypted.
    +OK .8 HBDP RSBP01 ssbb.iso
    >scan .9 HBEP RSBP01 ssbb.iso
    >info TICKET & TMD are well signed. Partition is encrypted.
    +OK .9 HBEP RSBP01 ssbb.iso
    >scan .10 HBFP RSBP01 ssbb.iso
    >info TICKET & TMD are well signed. Partition is encrypted.
    +OK .10 HBFP RSBP01 ssbb.iso
    >scan .11 HBGP RSBP01 ssbb.iso
    >info TICKET & TMD are well signed. Partition is encrypted.
    +OK .11 HBGP RSBP01 ssbb.iso
    >scan .12 HBIP RSBP01 ssbb.iso
    >info TICKET & TMD are well signed. Partition is encrypted.
    +OK .12 HBIP RSBP01 ssbb.iso
    >scan .13 HBKP RSBP01 ssbb.iso
    >info TICKET & TMD are well signed. Partition is encrypted.
    +OK .13 HBKP RSBP01 ssbb.iso
    >scan .14 HBLP RSBP01 ssbb.iso
    >info TICKET & TMD are well signed. Partition is encrypted.
    +OK .14 HBLP RSBP01 ssbb.iso

    D:\Documents\wiishit\ssbb-pal>wit dump ssbb.iso -vv
    1 object scanned, 1 supported file found.

    Dump of file ssbb.iso

    Real path: /ssbb-pal/ssbb.iso
    ISO file size: 1fb4e0000/hex = 8511160320 = 8117 MiB
    Scrubbed size: 1c7fe8000/hex = 7650312192 = 7296 MiB, 89.9%
    File & disc type: ISO/WII & Wii
    Disc & part IDs: disc=RSBP01, ticket=RSBP, tmd=RSBP, boot=RSBP01
    Disc name: Super Smash Bros. Brawl
    DB title: Super Smash Bros. Brawl
    ID Region: PAL [PAL ]
    Region setting: 2 [Europe] / 80 80 80 0c 0c 0c 0c 0c
    System version: 00000001-00000024 = IOS 0x24 = IOS 36
    Partitions: 15
    Directories: 340
    Files: 6616
    Used ISO blocks: 233469 * 32 KiB = 7296 MiB

    2 partition tables with 15 partitions:

    tab.idx n(part) offset(part.tab) .. end(p.tab)
    --------------------------------------------------------
    0 2 10008*4 = 40020 .. 40030
    1 13 10010*4 = 40040 .. 400a8

    15 partitions:

    index type offset .. end offset size/hex = size/dec = MiB status
    ------------------------------------------------------------------------------------
    0.0 UPDATE 1 50000 .. aea8000 ae58000 = 182812672 = 174 -
    0.1 DATA 0 f800000 .. 1da550000 1cad50000 = 7697924096 = 7341 -
    1.0 "HA8P" 1da550000 .. 1daff0000 aa0000 = 11141120 = 11 -
    1.1 "HA9P" 1daff0000 .. 1dbaa0000 ab0000 = 11206656 = 11 -
    1.2 "HBAP" 1dbaa0000 .. 1dc568000 ac8000 = 11304960 = 11 -
    1.3 "HBBF" 1dc570000 .. 1dd0e0000 b70000 = 11993088 = 11 -
    1.4 "HBBP" 1dd0e0000 .. 1ddc50000 b70000 = 11993088 = 11 -
    1.5 "HBCP" 1ddc50000 .. 1de718000 ac8000 = 11304960 = 11 -
    1.6 "HBDP" 1de720000 .. 1df1c8000 aa8000 = 11173888 = 11 -
    1.7 "HBEP" 1df1d0000 .. 1dfcc0000 af0000 = 11468800 = 11 -
    1.8 "HBFP" 1dfcc0000 .. 1e08a8000 be8000 = 12484608 = 12 -
    1.9 "HBGP" 1e08b0000 .. 1e1490000 be0000 = 12451840 = 12 -
    1.10 "HBIP" 1e1490000 .. 1e2490000 1000000 = 16777216 = 16 -
    1.11 "HBKP" 1e2490000 .. 1e5d38000 38a8000 = 59408384 = 57 -
    1.12 "HBLP" 1e5d40000 .. 1e8160000 2420000 = 37879808 = 36 -


    D:\Documents\wiishit\ssbb-pal>
     
  18. fgghjjkll
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    Thanks for everyone's help and support! mauifrog, DeadlyFoez, damysteryman, tuidj, you've saved me from a lot of dilemma.
    I was able to boot up SSBB and load the SmashStack PAL exploit, install bootmii(ios) and hbc and ran KoreanKii. (damysteryman for this brilliant suggestion)

    Now it is able to boot into 4.2U fine without Error 003, and I couldn't have done this without your help.

    Thanks!
     
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    It would have been safer to just install IOS60 into the appropriate slot. I don't know why he would suggest that, when I made it clear in KoreanKii that if it goes wrong, your Wii is bricked for good. I haven't even tested it myself. :sleep:

    PS: If the emoticon didn't make it clear, I am annoyed.
     
  20. tueidj

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    The chances of that happening are much less likely than a screw up while reinstalling the system menu IOS.
     
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