This guide is solely based on removing cIOSCORP/DARKCORP from your Wii console. These two programs are one in a whole, it is made by the same group of people, and it has the same purpose. The name was changed to dark corp when it reached version 4.0. The reason for removing this, is because it can cause future problems with your console, such as bricking, etc. WARNING: Follow these directions closely and carefully... Any damage done to your Wii console, is under your OWN risk. STEP ONE: Getting the Appropriate IOS Files You will need ModMii to get these files. When you have it downloaded and installed, follow this tutorial closely. I tried to make it as noob-friendly as possible, by making most of the tutorial with images. When you launch ModMii, you will be prompted with this screen. Read all of the information that is provided, and enter "I Agree". When you are passed the agreement page, you will be shown another page.. read through them if you want. For this guide, just enter in "W". You will be asked if your Wii is a virgin or not.. If you are using this guide in the First Place, then it is obviously not. Enter "N". Enter your Wii's version number, which is crucial to using this guide. Every version has different file types, and requirements. Note; You can check your version number, by going to the System Menu, and clicking the Wii button. Then just click Wii Settings.. It will be in the corner. Enter your Region; which is also found in the same menu.. It is indicated by the letter which is following the number. Enter "Y" at this menu, as it is needed to remove cIOSCORP/DARKCORP. Enter the same version as you picked previously. This is completely optional. I do not recommend installing other WAD files when you are installing them as a batch with WAD IOS files. (It would probably still install without problem, but this is just a precaution.) This is also optional downloads; feel free to download these. But as I stated before, install them AFTER you install all the more important files. Double-check that the settings are correct before continuing. If so.. enter "Y". When you are at this menu, you can enter "D" to use the default location (which I used) or you can specify your own custom location. When you are at this menu, you can view all the files you are about to download. They may vary, based on your region and/or version. Enter "Y" when you are ready to proceed. This will supply extra details, and provide a guide for you. Double-check that all the files are downloaded, and that they are all "good" files.. this information is specified under the list. Enter "O" to open the location where they were downloaded. STEP TWO: Copying the files, and putting them to use. ------------------------------------------ You should see something similar to this. Notice that there is an apps folder as well.. This contains Multi-Mod Manager. This homebrew is essential to installing all of our .wad files. I am unable to provide any more pictures for the rest of this guide.. I apologize for this. My camera is having a few technical difficulties as of this moment, but I will explain in the best way I can. Copy all of those file to a SD card, OR a USB Device (Formatted to FAT32). Plug in your USB device, or insert your SD card into your console, and boot it up. Make sure that the USB Device is plugged into port 0 (the one nearest to the side), because this is the only port that actually works with USB devices. While at the System Menu, choose HBC (Homebrew Channel), and click Start. You will see Multi-Mod Manager in the list.. Select it, and press "Load". The rest of the tutorial is from the user-generated guide.