Issues installing cIOS249 rev16 on System Menu 4.2

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  1. ravagetalon
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    I recently assisted my friend in updating his system to 4.2. Obviously this removed a lot of the previous hacks including his older version of cIOS249. I know that 4.2 replaced 249 with a stub. I tried using Dop-IOS MOD to uninstall the stub, which apparently failed. I also tried using AnyTitle Deleter to remove it as well which "seemed" to work. Previous to this I also ran Trucha Bug Restorer MOD to re enable the IOS36 trucha bug, which seemed to be successful as I was able to use Wad Manager 1.5 under IOS36.

    However, in attempting to use to official waninkoko installer, the Wii-mote instantly de-syncs with the console upon loading the installer via HBC and requires a manual shutdown. I haven't the foggiest idea why this is happening. Any ideas?
     
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    are you selecting IOS36 to install???
     
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    I suggest to use rev14 installer and choose IOS250.

    Hope this helps.

    I have a feeling it isn't even getting to that screen?
     
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    Rev 14 installer desyncs the Wii-mote as well.
     
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    You need to use IOS 36 to reinstall 249. If you choose 249 or 250, they'll be stubs and that's why the remotes are de syncing.
     
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    Again, I think his issue is that it's not even letting him select an IOS...

    Just keep pressing "A" and see what happens?
     
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    Correct. The de-syncing occurs as soon as I run the installer from HBC.
     
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    wrong, ninty TRIED to stub IOS250, but the version number of the stub is smaller than the version # of wanin's cios, so it was never actually stubbed (unless you never had the cIOS to begin with, in which case it would be "stubbed", but since the cios has a greater version #, that can be installed overtop of the stub IOS250 without having to delete it first)

    Anyways, this is what you do, you download the package that comes with xzxero's simplistic mod (stickied on this forum), and use wad manager to install cIOS249 (and cIOS222/223 if u like). When using wad manager, u can use IOS36 or IOS250 to install other wads. If for some reason you de-sync again, plug in a gamecube controller and install the cios using that
     
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    I've actually tried all of that already to no avail. Wad Manager Errors when trying to install or uninstall IOS249. Also the GCN Controller seems to have no control. I have not yet tried the other cIOS versions. Up until now I was only familiar with cIOS249.
     
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    ok, use any title deleter MOD, use IOS36 to delete ios249, then try reinstalling cios249 using wad manager

    if u cant delete ios249 using wad manager, use "show mii wads" (on your PC) to edit the cios249.wad that u have, change the version number any number that is greater than or equal to the stub version # (which is 65280), now u should be able to install the modded was overtop of the stub ios (i dont like this solution much though because ideally u would want to keep the rev# unchanged)
     
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    no
    desyncing ALWAYS happens when reloading ios

    they just stay shutdown cause you load a stub ios
     
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    Uhh... don't tell me what I am seeing. I'm telling you its desyncing *THE VERY INSTANT* that the installer is run.
     
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    are you using an SDHC to run the installer? my friend had the same freezing problem installing Hermes cIOSs because he was using an SDHC. my plain SD installed it fine.
     
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    Do an official update and then use dop ios mod. after that use the cios installer.
     
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    That is basically how I went about the update.
     
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    Re-do your Trucha Bug Restorer or DOP-IOS MOD then Install the cIOS selecting IOS36
     
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    srry quoted wrong person, i meant to quote some1 else [​IMG]
     

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