ankc said:I tried using the Panasonic SD Formatter but it says to remove write protect lock when there is no right protect lock....
not sure how to do all that stuff since the wii was a virgin and hence should have been able to install ios21...kylster said:P.S. Try using a older version of Dop-Mii like v13 which can fakesign other IOS and use IOS36/236 which ever one you have patched to install IOS21 if these fail cIOS250 has these privileges to overwrite other IOS's
if you still cant do it try doing the unrecommended and using the new AnyTitle Deleter v1.1 from filetrip.net to delete IOS21 ONLY! and immediately reinstall. They say dont delete any IOS below 200 but that's mostily concerning the major ones Games run off of and the IOS the System Menu uses but if you unstall just that one and use Dop-Mii to reinstall it (Newest Dop-Mii is v14.5 if you go that route use IOS58+ option; if you go with v13 use IOS36/236/250 which ever one has all the privileges to over other IOS) you should not get a problem.Hope this helps
Option IOS 58+ is direct hardware access to the wii not requiring any patched IOS
Option IOS36/236/250 are patches IOS's with privileges to over write stub or downgrade other IOS
IOS36 may not be patched depending if you done so or not but IOS236 is meant to take IOS36 spot so you can install a clean IOS36 for better compatibility.
i don't know the use of ios21 but since modmii downloaded it to be installed i just want to make sure nothing goes wrong...and just after installing these:Crass said:Wait, why do you need IOS 21 exactly? Do you even know or are you just blindly following a guide? IOS21 is ancient, and if your planning on using Neogamma or a USB loader, then I don't see why you would even want/need it.
Crass said:Sounds like your burying yourself into a deep hole of confusion and bricked Wiis. I would just ignore IOS 21, and go about your business. It is not required.