From a 4.0 (trucha) to a virgin 3.2

Discussion in 'Wii - Hacking' started by nash79, May 24, 2009.

May 24, 2009
  1. nash79
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    Hi guys,
    I noticed that my WII started freezing from time to time, so I said maybe it's time for me to get it back to a 3.2E virgin state before starting all the mods again.
    The motivation for this is mainly because ive been trying everysingle hack that was brought in the scene, so I said maybe there are some things that were left in the nand that causes my wii to freeze that much.
    So here's what Im planning to do:
    - Install menu 3.1E (after backing up games i put in my SD as I have games installed in SD card menu)
    - Delete IOS 16, IOS33, IOS38, IOS51, IOS55, IOS60, IOS61, IOS249, IOS254 and IOS259 (or any of those 2xx IOSes) through anytitle deleter.
    - extract from a 3.2 disk all the IOS and install them through WAD manager to overwrite the current ones.
    - Then start the hacking again towards Menu 4.0 with trucha enabled.
    What do you think guys, anytihing in this process is messed up (or even the idea in general)?
    Thanks
     
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    I believe there is no game that has 3.2 firmware on the disk. You will have to run IOSDowngrader to get the IOSs. Or use NUSDownloader to manually download them.
     
  3. nash79
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    I was thinking of the one in Mario Kart. I believe it's 3.1 too [​IMG] Thanks for the point
     
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    You might also want to include IOS53 in your list of IOSs to delete [​IMG] .
     

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