Error = -1029 for Startpatch and Wad manager 1.6 with Cios 19

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  1. Kamina84
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    Newcomer Kamina84 Advanced Member

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    I have a Wii on 4.2U, latest HBC, Startpatch (Block Disc updates only and i uninstalled it before i went to Cios 19) and was on cios 14. I upgraded to cios 19 (using 249 as a base, and 57 v5661 for the second part) and wanted to reinstall Startpatch as well as use Wad Manager. Sadly, when trying to install a wad with Wad manager, i get error 1029 (using 249). Same error with Startpatch (Using 249). Did i install it wrong ? If i did, what should i reinstall it with ? Worst case, i still have a nand backup (for boot2) when i had cios 14. Thanks.

    EDIT: Nevermind for now. Reinstalled Cios 14; however, if anyone has an answer or a fix, by all means spread the love. Thanks, [​IMG]
     
  2. resincake

    Member resincake GBAtemp Regular

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    ciosX rev19 is known not to work with WadManager (and startpatch it seems), unless you use 38 as the base, instead of 57.

    You could always reinstall rev19 (as base 57 if you want) and then just select 222 or 223 or even 36 as the IOS to use WadManager with, they'll work just fine, you dont have to use 249 to install Wads (I'm guessing the same applies to startpatch and any other incompatible apps.)
    I hope that helps you ..
     
  3. luminalace

    Member luminalace GBAtemp Fan

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    Wad manager 1.7 fixes this issue so cios19 with any ios can be used!
     
  4. Rail Fighter

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    Well, with rev19 (base 38) on Wad Manager 1.7, I could install an official channel of Nintendo, but not a custom channel...
     

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