This is related to my last thread where I encountered problems deleting stub IOS's, but that's been solved and everything is progressing smoothly. In any case, I've recently finished patching up IOS36 and deleted the stub IOS's. But since I followed an older guide, it is telling me to install the following: Warning: Spoilers inside! Installing cIOS & Patching the System Menu IOS Run WAD Manager 1.5 When it opens choose IOS36. (it is probably already set to that) Press A to leave NAND emulator disabled. Press A to open from SD slot. Install cIOS202[38+60]-v4.wad Install cIOS222-v4.wad Install cIOS223[38+37]-v4.wad Install either cIOS249-v14.wad or cIOS249-v15.wad Install either cIOS250-v14.wad or cIOS250-v15.wad Install IOS70-64-v6687[TB+ES_diV+NAND].wad Press home to exit. Enable System Menu Hacks [optional; recommended if Bootmii is only installed as an IOS.] Run Priiloader to install preloader onto your system. Enable desired hacks & go into the settings & make to use the system menu IOS After seeing that, I realized the cIOS's its telling me to install are outdated(?). I am not sure how to go about installing the newest files that would permit me to play the latest games. How can I install the latest cIOS's? As of this moment, WAD Manager 1.5 does not list any of the updated versions of the cIOS's. Do I have to re-download something onto my SD card and reinstall a new manager? Also, I read somewhere that ISO53 is required to play games like the NSMB, but how do you exactly install that? Apologies in advance if I misunderstood something. I'm still quite new to this whole soft-modding business. Please go easy on me. Thanks!