Some 324 and 349 errors, and the odd 1101 too

Discussion in 'Wii - Backup Loaders' started by rolandpibb, Sep 25, 2009.

Sep 25, 2009
  1. rolandpibb
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    Hi, been trying to read all I can before I asked a question, thanks for what I've seen so far.
    My problem is that some of my backups work, others dont. All are NTSC played on NTSC burned on Memorex -R @ 2x

    Here's what I've done so far. It's a LU30 Wii with menu 4.1u before I started

    Ran Trucha Bug Restorer and Downgrade IOS15 and I loaded IOS from NUS
    Back to Run Trucha Bug Restorer, Chose IOS15 and then Choose IOS36 menu.
    Install IOS to slot (36)
    and installed patched IOS36 all loaded IOS from NUS
    Again ran Trucha Bug Restorer
    Chose IOS36 then chose to restore IOS15.(load IOS from NUS)

    Then ran Custom IOS38 Installer
    Choose IOS36 and Choose Network

    Then ran Dop-IOS v7
    IOS53 installed and Sig Hash Check.
    IOS55 installed and Sig Hash Check.
    IOS60 installed and Sig Hash Check.
    IOS61 installed but no to Sig Hash Check.

    Then ran Preloader .29
    Installed, enabled all hacks and saved settings

    Then ran cIOS Installer for USB2
    Chose IOS 249 for installation then installed IOS 202.

    Then ran cIOS 222/223 installer v4
    Chose IOS 249 for installation.
    Installed Custom IOS 222 and selected IOS37 merged with IOS38.
    Restarted and installed Custom IOS 223 and select IOS60 merged with IOS38.

    Then ran MIOSpatcher
    changed the mios to v8, allowed Wii backup launcher loading and installed.

    Regular games work great (disk, VC and WiiWare)

    Some of my backups work, some give errors (324-349 or 1101) depending on what loader I've used...
    Backup Launcher 0.3 gamma IOS249 (I have another version with the #002 fix)
    Gecko OS 1.9.2
    Gecko OS 1.07b
    NeoGamma R7, IOS249 (REV 14)
    SoftChip R99

    Can you help me figure out why? Thanks.
     

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