Hacking Wii won't load games

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ok, having an issue or two here, and I hope this is the place to post such questions.

I'm using 4.3U, and I believe it's a softmod, since it's using Homebrew channel. I don't know for sure, because I bought it modded, but softmod seems a safe bet.

My girlfriend wanted to set up My Fitness Coach, which came with the external, but I got a black screen whenever I tried to load it up.

after some digging, I learned that I needed IOS33-64-v1040 to play the game. not doing the proper research, like a dolt, I found the appropriate .wad file, and blindly installed it, like I've done with a dozen .wads before.

Now, not only is the game still experiencing the same issue but the whole Wii seems to be slowed down (by her account), and Pokemon Puzzle League won't load....though, oddly, it's the only game that won't. other channels load fine (expecting my emulators, but that's an ongoing issue), and other N64 games load as per normal...it just seems to be an issue with this game.
 

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Run the syscheck program and post it's results here. It might help in finding what is causing your issues.
 

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it's been running about a half hour, and hasn't moved...it seems stuck at 33%, or 50%, or whatever...I can't quite tell, while it's testing IOS vulnerabilities.

how long should it be taking? it this normal, or has it crashed? this is my second attempt at it, as it seems to have crashed once before at the same spot.
 

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it's been running about a half hour, and hasn't moved...it seems stuck at 33%, or 50%, or whatever...I can't quite tell, while it's testing IOS vulnerabilities.

how long should it be taking? it this normal, or has it crashed? this is my second attempt at it, as it seems to have crashed once before at the same spot.
You aren't following my guide. Shut down your Wii and start my guide using the included version of SysCheck.
 

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the wizard seems like more than I want...is there a way to just get the IOS33 that I need, or do I basically have to remod my wii through this?
 

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it won't download. it keeps telling me that the file is missing or invalid.

...or I need more room in C:. I'm using Vista, so I had to reroute the directory, but it's still not giving me the file I need.

EDIT:

ok, got it. will this fix My Fitness Coach and/or my emulator issues, or should I just ask in the "keep questions here" thread?
 

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ok, reran syscheck, and here's my results.

[system]IOS9 get_ios_base:
ce d4 7a 8c, 33 14 e6 37, 7c 89 29 73, 6c c ca d2, 50 ef 49 cc

IOS11 get_ios_base:
86 f7 0 4, 28 b6 53 29, 70 20 7a 3d, 51 68 bb 67, 6e ca a9 5b

IOS12 get_ios_base:
ba bf a4 78, da 4e 6 ec, f0 53 1a f0, 7f ad e2 eb, ff 3f cb 5d

IOS13 get_ios_base:
5e a2 9d 72, 7e 56 37 26, 3f 62 3d 78, 1c 3 d2 f3, f5 40 52 5c

IOS14 get_ios_base:
3d 56 e 38, ce 93 90 4f, 42 b7 8f e9, b7 86 f1 a8, f9 39 b6 ce

IOS15 get_ios_base:
74 7c e3 33, 83 94 97 d7, a2 86 67 47, 55 61 83 a, d0 3c 60 48

IOS16 get_ios_base:
c 22 8d 13, 7f 28 e8 1b, d1 92 93 32, 2a a6 59 14, ad cd 0 9e

IOS17 get_ios_base:
77 7b 4c cb, 9a fb fe fc, 20 ee 4c e, 58 a1 6b ff, a0 20 a2 23

IOS20 get_ios_base:
c7 81 54 60, 75 7c 2 fa, 0 ba 67 70, fc 20 8 8e, eb 7b f2 18

IOS21 get_ios_base:
91 ba e4 26, 1b 49 f0 95, e0 8c 21 17, e1 fa 8b e9, 92 6d eb 1b

IOS22 get_ios_base:
8d 84 49 8b, f5 ba 6c a8, f0 58 64 10, 40 25 cd 1c, 25 9b 8a f6

IOS28 get_ios_base:
5c cd 8 24, 19 7b 9a 2, 17 55 5d f9, 39 dc dc 49, 73 ea 75 6a

IOS30 get_ios_base:
9 46 db 23, 2d 42 56 c6, 88 57 6e 55, 9d 99 c8 da, 5b f5 30 37

IOS31 get_ios_base:
71 5f d8 87, 67 3e 32 4c, 53 c5 0 ce, 2b 50 14 f7, f2 ff e8 31

IOS33 get_ios_base:
fc cf c4 1b, fc 8c 12 9e, 1f 67 5b 42, d4 3d 10 d6, 56 4f f5 f9

IOS34 get_ios_base:
68 8a 19 ae, c4 9f 57 fb, 11 1b 31 49, 2b 4d b4 85, 25 a6 3f 72

IOS35 get_ios_base:
58 5e 4 25, 45 d4 e2 8e, 98 fe d cd, 76 d0 71 d6, ac 17 a0 9c

IOS36 get_ios_base:
c8 8c 38 c0, 84 db e9 c0, 74 59 d2 cc, 56 97 23 ba, 99 2d ad 5e

IOS37 get_ios_base:
32 c7 bc 54, 92 f6 17 e2, 64 26 e3 ce, bd 36 9f 40, 42 ea e8 2

IOS38 get_ios_base:
f5 77 6b 66, cd 74 12 ee, 19 12 5c 11, 54 bf d7 3e, d7 e4 af 4b

IOS41 get_ios_base:
6c ad 7f 85, b6 87 e3 c3, 17 4e 5c 79, 99 fd 1 83, 16 55 fa 6f

IOS43 get_ios_base:
f8 46 be 2, 74 e7 90 a3, d9 0 9a ae, d5 95 3f 77, e3 3f ad 2a

IOS45 get_ios_base:
8 58 11 20, 6b 3a e5 9f, b9 10 16 8b, 8a ea 6 3d, 9c 14 80 ef

IOS46 get_ios_base:
f5 e0 93 27, 26 cb 68 7b, ac e7 cc 86, 39 77 71 d1, ba 9e 42 36

IOS48 get_ios_base:
8d 53 7a 4a, 9 51 e5 6b, 2b 65 c8 27, f0 47 bb 72, c3 5c da e2

IOS50 get_ios_base:
da 8a 9 ea, b4 fc 53 9, ed d2 a5 e4, 72 29 82 a1, a9 cc 13 bb

IOS53 get_ios_base:
78 68 c0 50, 5c d6 d5 15, 65 d7 d8 f, f0 a2 d9 d4, 9e 1d 7d fb

IOS55 get_ios_base:
c5 0 19 41, 22 18 21 92, b6 39 c9 d2, 5 fe 3f b3, 43 36 ae c

IOS56 get_ios_base:
1b cc cf 7, f1 c d5 12, be 96 9a a5, d2 36 67 98, 30 71 e6 81

IOS57 get_ios_base:
e7 46 7 56, 4c e8 69 2f, cd e1 19 2, 26 d6 a1 dd, 82 4c ef c

IOS58 get_ios_base:
aa 1 bd 67, 7c 20 dc 28, 9c c6 b0 c9, 48 4b d3 f7, cd bc 4b 10

IOS60 get_ios_base:
d4 f0 8d ee, a5 68 d9 55, 7f 5c 88 69, 3a 53 73 a, e8 6e b c3

IOS61 get_ios_base:
95 f2 cb 4c, e8 d3 d3 76, 45 66 56 40, 35 db cd 7d, cd 99 24 24

IOS70 get_ios_base:
fb 1 d0 e8, e8 13 cd 47, 89 9b f4 d9, dd f8 2e 40, 4d 43 fd e8

IOS80 get_ios_base:
c7 44 8b 3f, 3b 5a 53 4e, a6 93 91 0, 17 d8 16 7c, 1c fb ca cb

IOS90 get_ios_base:
9d b0 9c a8, 7f be 6 4, 93 7b 3 61, b2 36 34 12, 64 32 89 9b

IOS202 get_ios_base:
ba 7c 2d f3, b5 8a 75 1a, e7 67 8d 45, 10 55 33 30, da 63 a3 3

IOS222 get_ios_base:
33 9 8d 99, 7e e8 f2 62, da 1a de 16, 9e 15 97 cc, 45 61 b8 f3

IOS223 get_ios_base:
3b 8c b3 a, 64 fa cf 46, f4 9f 13 42, e2 7c b5 46, d6 50 70 60

IOS224 get_ios_base:
f2 9 51 5d, 32 18 4d 82, 29 9c df 3f, 7 db 1a a0, 71 d9 1f e1

IOS236 get_ios_base:
7e b5 6a ee, 6b 26 4b 99, 1a f1 7b 80, e0 56 a5 d, 2f 84 4e 80

IOS247 get_ios_base:
e2 a3 2c db, 14 b6 d2 c4, 42 24 c5 9, 23 cf da 37, 3f 9f f1 17

IOS248 get_ios_base:
11 11 4c 8, 83 19 1 2c, 72 6a fb 2d, 51 2a 94 35, b9 b3 6e 57

IOS249 get_ios_base:
36 90 47 f1, 4e 37 a3 4f, 3c ca 29 36, a6 d 52 7b, ac 14 1d 4a

IOS250 get_ios_base:
d0 29 59 6e, 44 f db c8, 7 41 ce f3, 33 7a 63 61, b5 d4 31 e7

IOS256 get_ios_base:
9b dd e2 3c, cd 56 a0 ca, d7 ca fd ce, 51 a3 40 d2, 13 42 9a a4

IOS257 get_ios_base:
a7 15 9d 1c, 70 18 96 e4, cd 7c da 3, 6 d6 c2 ba, 24 4 11 c1
[/system]
 

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