New Homebrew Channel black screen

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Jun 16, 2009
  1. Dipole
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    Hi everyone,
    I just updated the Homebrew Channel on my Wii and it will now only give me a black screen if I try to use it.
    The old version worked fine v1.01, but everytime I started it while connected to the web it asked me to update. So I did.
    The new version is 1.03.
    I read somewhere that this is due to a problem with iso51 but not sure.
    I also read that version 1.03 can access the usb port to load homebrew and wonder if that is the issue.

    I was going to reinstall the Homebrew Ch using the normal Twilight Princess Hack ,
    but wonder if I could reinstall it using the USB loader forwarder Ch that is still working.
    I removed the Homebrew Ch with the Wii data manager and I think that the older version will work if I can re-install it.
    I have the Gamma Backup loader installed and another Backup loader plus USB loader forwarder,
    Wii Version 3.2u firmware.

    This is the logfile created on the SD card
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    HackMii v0.2 installer starting up
    PVR = 00087200
    85 titles are installed
    Found IOS 250: revision: 0xffff*
    Found IOS 0: revision: 0x0*
    Found IOS 249: revision: 0xa*
    Found IOS 16: revision: 0x101.
    Found IOS 51: revision: 0x1300*
    Found IOS 10: revision: 0x300.
    Found IOS 37: revision: 0x816.
    Found IOS 36: revision: 0x412.
    Found IOS 35: revision: 0x410.
    Found IOS 34: revision: 0x40f.
    Found IOS 33: revision: 0x410.
    Found IOS 31: revision: 0x410.
    Found IOS 30: revision: 0x40f.
    Found IOS 28: revision: 0x50c.
    Found IOS 22: revision: 0x309.
    Found IOS 20: revision: 0xc.
    Found IOS 17: revision: 0x200.
    Found IOS 15: revision: 0x101.
    Found IOS 14: revision: 0x106.
    Found IOS 13: revision: 0xa.
    Found IOS 12: revision: 0x6.
    Found IOS 11: revision: 0xa.
    Found IOS 21: revision: 0x202.
    Found IOS 2: revision: 0x121.
    Found IOS 9: revision: 0x208.
    Found IOS 4: revision: 0xff00.
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    parsing last generation bootmap
    found valid boot2 blockmap at block 1 (pos 0x627c0), submap 0, generation 2
    found valid boot2 blockmap at block 5 (pos 0xe67c0), submap 0, generation 3
    parse_blocks: found 2 valid blockmaps
    found 2 valid blockmaps
    using generation 3
    boot2 blocks: 00 01 02 03 04 05 06
    boot2bin @5,0 (blocks=0,1 - bootmii=0)
    bootmii@-1,-1
    boot2 blocks: 06 05 04 03 02 01 00
    boot2bin @5,1 (blocks=6,5 - bootmii=0)
    boot2 block layout: 2 2 1 1 1 0 0
    Assembling boot2 in RAM
    copyright size = 34
    copyright text = 'Copyright 2008,2009 Team Twiizers.'
    tmd ends at 0x802884ac, data starts at 0x802884e0
    bootmii version = '0.9'
    prepare_bootmii: bootmii_check_boot1 failed: -2
    The test results are in:

    Using IOS versions: Installer: 36, HBC: 51, DVDX: 36

    The Homebrew Channel: Can be installed
    DVDX: Can be installed
    BootMii: Can only be installed as an IOS
    The installed boot1 version prevents a boot2 install (-2)
    Removing title 0x0001000844564458...
    Deleting 1 ticket

    --------------------------------------------------------------------------

    If the twilight princess hack is the only way to re-install I will use that method.
    I also thought I could use BannerBomb, but I think that would re-install the updated version of the Homebrew Ch I believe, unless it can be used to install any version.
    Any help would be very welcome Thank you..
     
  2. micric100

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    theres a couple of topics like this, search gbatemp
     
  3. Dipole
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    Well I removed the Homebrew Channel with the Wii data manager.
    I used the TP hack to re-install Homebrew Beta 9, then loaded the update for Homebrew 1.01 and everything works fine again.
    I'm not going to update to 1.02 or 1.03.
    Maybe I'll update to a newer version once the problem is identified.

    I think my idea of using the USB loader forwarder may have worked to re-install the HB ch by putting the boot.dol into the USBloader folder.
    The other option would be to use the Bannerbomb with a suitable version of the HB ch to re-install.
    I used the TP hack after going out and buying the TP game, as I had originally used the TP hack to install the HB ch and thought it would be the safer option.

    Thanks to all out there in the Wii hacking world, too many to give credit to but thanks anyway....

    A personal thank you to Rulnip who helped to get my Wii back to its former self...
     
  4. TroyTheZombie

    Member TroyTheZombie GBAtemp Advanced Maniac

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    You need ios61 for the new homebrew channel.

    they expect you to be at 4.0. Either update or install that ios separately.

    My advice? install a cios(rev8 or above), use wanikoko's updater, and run ios60 updater.

    there really is no need to be at a lower system menu anymore, 4.0 is just as functional and hackable.
     
  5. Jacobeian

    Member Jacobeian GBAtemp Advanced Maniac

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    according to the Installer log, your IOS51 has a fake signature (hence the * sign), that could mean it has some issue
    No problem with HBC 1.03 on clean Wii
    I' d avise as Troy anyway, update to 4.0 with his method (no need to install cIOS, you already have it apparently) and reinstall the HBC using Bannerbomb, it will use the clean IOS61 this time

    btw, what is this IOS0 thing ?
    [​IMG]
     
  6. Dipole
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    I will consider the update in the future.
    Thanks for your advice Troy.. and Jacobeian for your feedback that helps me understand the log a little better.
    I am surprised that if ios61 is required that the update does not check for it to be installed and report back before allowing the update. Plus it nags you to install the update whenever we go online and run the HB Ch. Just seems a little odd that if it is required to have ios61 that it doesn't warn so.
    Don't think I'm not grateful to all the guys out there for their great work.
    I have a post Oct 2008 wii that can't have the bootmii installed to the Boot as you can see from the log file and that makes me less confident to do more updates as things are working so well right now with HB and USB loaders etc. I don't want to risk bricking what is so far a great Homebrew system.

    Jacobeian
    I have no idea about the :-
    Found IOS 0: revision: 0x0*

    Maybe someone else has some clues..
     
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    Updating won't brick you, so don't worry about that.
     
  8. Jacobeian

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    ios61 is NOT required, that's a myth
    read my post above
     
  9. TroyTheZombie

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    ah, i see. so it can work on a lower ios, just needs to not be fake signed.

    anyway, updating will NOT BRICK YOU. it won't mess with usb loader, backup launchers, or anything.
     
  10. Jacobeian

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    basically it's Waninkoko's experiments leaving trace on your Wii
     
  11. ToneEQ

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    I had the same problem with HBC 1.02 and 1.03, I had to reinstall 1.01 as all I would get is the black screen. I got fed up of being asked to update HBC everytime I used it so I looked for a solution.

    I used Wii System Channels Updater to install patched versions of IOS60 and IOS61 and the then updated to HBC 1.03, worked a charm on 3.2E firmware.
     
  12. ocdetective

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    I notice you dont have IOS 38, 53 and 55 too. Some of the newer games need these to run - a fresh install of these (if you google you can find a download for all 3) would also be sufficient to allow HBC 1.0.3 to subsequently run. My 3.2U currently runs HBC 1.0.3 on IOS55
     

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