sysCheck v1.6.2 by Erik Spyder

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Jun 23, 2010
  1. erikspyder
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    sysCheck does several checks on installed IOS and custom IOS:
    - IOS Stub;
    - Fake signature (aka Trucha Bug);
    - ES_DiVerify (aka ES_Identify);
    - Flash Access;
    - NAND Access;
    - Boot2 Access;
    - USB 2.0.

    sysCheck generates a report on the root of the SD card (sd:/sysCheck.csv).

    The author can not be held responsible for any damage sysCheck might cause!


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    Version 1.6.2
    * Automatically detect the language settings (supports english and french only);
    * Improve IOS stubs detection;
    * Recompiled with the latest version of DevkitPro;
    * Code cleanup.
     
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    not to be an ass or anything. It is always appreciated to have different varieties and choices for programs, and the work behind anything is respeced.

    But is there any need for it now that it has been integrated with dop-mii?
     
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    Yes.... and thank you
     
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    yes, Dop Mii produces a half report for me, it only dumps what actuall on the screen at the time and not all IOS's but never had a problems with Syscheck since i started using it
     
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    What do you mean by whats actually on the screen at the time?
    afaik it shows you like the important IOS (down to IOS30 I believe) and then it asks you to press A to continue .. gives you the option to save it on SD in the end.

    Sorry but can you elaborate? or perhaps give an example?
     
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    actually ive just done another check with Dop-Mii and the report.cvs seems to be fine but i had two report on the SD one with half a report as if it just stopped and a full one off the recent test, so im stumped, maybe it was and older version of Dop Mii/Mod that produced the error with the unfinished report but DopMii only scans "Safe" IOS's

    All in all its still good to have a variety of apps as some ppl prefer one from another, but my bad
     
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    Can't try it, but it could be useful.

    I don't want to be annoying, but can't you release the source (like WiiPower already asked) so we know how it works, we can fix bugs etc. So we exactly know what it does & make it show even more & make it perfect.
     
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    Drag0nflamez, why you can't try sysCheck ?
     
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    EDIT: Nevermind
     
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    hey erikspyder,

    it seems that version 1.6.2 of sysCheck contains the BootMii/IOS bug, which was fixed in version 1.6.1. That means, if someone has BootMii/IOS installed, sysCheck will launch BootMii/IOS during the checking of IOS254. Can you please fix it [​IMG]
     

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