Find out my Wii's CIOS / Hermes version?

Discussion in 'Wii - Hacking' started by wildfire95, Dec 22, 2010.

  1. wildfire95
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    Is there an easy way to find out whether my Wii has an up-to-date Hermes IOS and CIOS? I saw a homebrew program called 'pimp my wii' but it was last updated in September so I don't think the program itself would be in-date (as it were).

    Also, could someone please tell me the perfect setup for loading my backups? In terms of which versions of Hermes and CIOS to have etc. [​IMG] At the moment I'm using Hermes 222/223 to load my backups from hard-drive using Configurable USB Loader.

    All help would be greatly appreciated!

    Thanks,
    Wildfire.
     
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    Run Syscheck and post the log.
     
  4. wildfire95
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    Is that a homebrew program or something built into the Wii's firmware by default?

    EDIT - Just found it, I'll run it and post the log, thanks.
     
  5. wildfire95
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    Okay, sorry I took so long, had to use another SD card since my other one keeps telling me that it's write protected no matter what the lock switch was on.

    You can find the csv file at -
    http://www.mediafire.com/?vah6vnw0039war2

    Cheers! [​IMG]
     
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    Your Hermes cIOSs seem to be up to date.

    I also noticed you run the system menu on IOS36 (probably configured in Priiloader). Any reason for this?
     
  7. wildfire95
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    I do have Priiloader (alongside BootMii) for extra protection and non-region backup loading.. but apart from that, no reason why it's running on that specific IOS.