no IOS will install

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Dec 10, 2008

no IOS will install by anden1022 at 2:09 PM (1,025 Views / 0 Likes) 11 replies

  1. anden1022
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    Hi, I've been trying to make backup loader work but the cIOS Installer returns:
    "Download complete, Installing:

    Installing ticket...

    Adding title...

    Adding content ID 00000000
    install_nus_object(0x8005db00, 0)

    ES_AddContentStart(00000001000000f9, 0)

    :
    ES_AddContentStart(00000001000000f9, 0) failed: -1017

    install returned -1"

    The downloading works fine but the installing fails.
    If it matters i have firmware ver.3.3E and the cIOS installer says "IOS Version: 00240c12".
    Do i need to downgrade the firmware?
     
  2. pika9323

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    http://web150.serv62.wrsds-ns.de/a/wii/wii_error_codes.pdf

    How to fix:
    1) Your SD card is not formatted as FAT16 properly, reformat
    it
    2) You deleted the file, after you selected it for install… stop
    doing shit like this
    3) Appears, when there is no “WAD” folder on your device
    (i.e. a SD card)
     
  3. kitt050383

    Member kitt050383 GBAtemp Advanced Fan

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    Hey pika thats an outdated guide check out my signature for a more updated one....

    -kitt050383
     
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    K thanks.
     
  5. anden1022
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    1) My sd card is formatted correctly.
    2) Umm, don't really understand(don't speak very good English).
    3) There is a WAD folder on my sd card
     
  6. kitt050383

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    Downgrade your firmware anden1022...

    Also do you have the required wad file in the root directory of your sd card?...

    Example:
    < SD-Card >
    -Apps
    -Saves
    -Wads
    - IOS36-64-v1042.wad
     
  7. anden1022
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    I downgraded to 3.2E but the same error appears.
    Should I downgrade more?
     
  8. pika9323

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    Did you run the IOS downgrader after the downgrade?
     
  9. afif95

    Member afif95 I own a bungalow on Mars, and booked 4 corner lots

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    No you shouldn't apparently.

    Ahh, I've had this problem long time ago.

    Start from scratch, update your Wii to 3.4, then follow EoC's or RadioShadow's guide.

    Oh and, if you ever have a 1017 error on IOS Downgrader, and after reboot you got the system files corrupted screen, try rebooting your Wii, twice. It should be okay, then run WAD Manager and install cios_fix.wad WITHOUT UN-INSTALLING it. Rest should be a breeze
     
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    I ran the IOS downgrade and now everything works perfectly, JAY I CAN FINALLY PLAY SMG!!!!
     
  12. afif95

    Member afif95 I own a bungalow on Mars, and booked 4 corner lots

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    Nevermind, glad you'd fix it
     

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