1. salemblack

    OP salemblack Newbie
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    My roommate is moving and is taking the Wii with him. He does not care for mods and I want to make the Wii just its regular old self and whatever the current version is. I have not used it in a long time. Its 4.1 right now. Somebody erased the home brew channel, which is a problem.

    I have no idea how to unmod this thing so that he has no problems in the future with the shop channel pr anything. At this point I am fearful that a format is my only option and I dont want to lose anything. Any help would be amazing. Sorry for the stupidity.
     
  2. scooby74029

    scooby74029 "fake coder"
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    just have an internet connection and then do a system update from within the settings and it will remove the mods
     
  3. PsyBlade

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    format is not an option btw
     
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  4. rooskie54

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    Absolutely cannot stress this enough. Never under any circumstances format a softmodded wii. Connecting to the internet and updating will remove all your cIOSes and cMIOS. Then clean up my removing any custom channels it didn't get.
     
  5. salemblack

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    Sorry I was not able to reply to now. Life got crazy. Thankfully I did not format. I disabled priiloader from blocking updates but I always get error code 32004 when I go to update. I cycled my router but no dice. I get the warning screen about how if your system is modded then no update. Think I might be boned as far as updates go.

    No idea what Im going to do. Going to talk to my friend about just leaving it the way it is. I am on 4.1 so maybe I can at least update it to the latest with modmii. I don't know who last turned this thing on but it seems they deleted the homebrew channel and I have no idea how to get it back. If I use modmii to move up to 4.3 can I gt it back?

    I just want to also add thanks to the people that responded. I appreciate it.
     
  6. scooby74029

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    yeah use mod me and you can get HBC back
     
  7. LWares87

    LWares87 GBAtemp Advanced Maniac
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    I'd suggest doing the following:
    • reinstall the Homebrew Channel using the HackMii installer
    • use AnyTitleDeleter MOD to delete any forwarders, cIOSes & cMIOS
    • use the Priiloader installer to uninstall any hacks and restore your System Menu
    • uninstall the Homebrew Channel and BootMii (IOS254) using the hackmii installer
    • then to finish, do a system update.
    Edit: I've included any links that you'll need without the need to use ModMii
     
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  8. Maxternal

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    remember that if you disable hacks in priiloader you DO have to save the changes at the bottom of the screen for it to take effect.
     
  9. Thirty3Three

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    Not really. I tried that, and I still had the homebrew channel, and all my mods (with the exception of custom IoSs and the dark wii theme
     
  10. Maxternal

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    Any OTHER mods I'd think would just be installed channels and such that you could delete in the data management section of your wii's settings.
     
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