How do you instal the cIOS to a base?You don't, the cIOS installer takes care of that. You just tell it what base you would like it to use, depending on what the games you want to play need. Do a search on cIOS and bases for your game if the default IOS57 base does not work for you.
apperently we can't install wads when we install that?This was an issue with Waninkoko's WAD Manager v1.5 which required a cIOS with an IOS38 base, this is no longer an issue with the latest WAD managers.
QUOTE($uPeRJjS$kAt3 @ Nov 11 2010, 12:49 PM) but do we have to use install ios236 asswell?
or can i just back up my wii using bootmii then if i cant install anything i can go to and revive it with my backup?
Umm, these are two separate issues. You should always have a BootMii Boot2 backup of your NAND, period. As for IOS236, it is often used by softmodders as a backup cIOS that can be used to install other cIOS or WADs if other cIOS are missing. Good to have, just in case, as a fallback.
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