Hello, I recently helped a friend softmod his Wii who had 4.2u and installed the HBC along with Bootmii as boot2. I made a backup of his NAND as well. He accidentally updated to 4.3u (official update), so I figured restoring the NAND would bring it back to its previous state (I realize I could have remodded as if it were a new, 4.3 wii, but I felt like Bootmii would be a simpler, more reliable approach). I went to restore it back to the state it was in when I made the backup and this is the result of the simulation: http://i237.photobucket.com/albums/ff86/br.../0416111653.jpg I continued with the restoration and it said it was successful. It then booted to the system menu. I went to the settings to see if it worked, and it still said the firmware version was 4.3u. So I checked to see what was still there from the 4.3 update and I saw that IOS58 was still there, and cIOS249 along with many others were still stubbed. The Wi-Fi connection settings reverted back to the way they were when I made the NAND backup though. I then did the following: -Deleted IOS58 and reinstalled a clean copy (in case it was corrupted) -Deleted the stubbed cIOS's through Multi-Mod Manager -Reinstalled the cIOS's (236,249,250) with appropriate installers -Reinstalled the HBC and Bootmii as boot2 -Installed StartPatch to prevent future updates. Is it now essentially the same as it was with 4.2, or is it unstable? Why didn't the NAND backup restore all of the IOS's to the way they were?