Question about Nintendo Wii Console
The Following Steps assume you have the Homebrew Channel:
STEP 1- Load Wad Manager from the Homebrew Channel (hbc) and install
STEP 2- Load Custom Wad Manager from hbc and install "cios-fix.wad"
STEP 3- Load IOS Downgrader from hbc. Follow all directions until it tells you
that it has been completed. **KEEP IN MIND that this is different from
STEP 4- Load cIOS Downgrader from hbc **KEEP IN MIND that this is
different from "IOS Downgrader"!**
-L@@K---> MAKE SURE YOU PICK YOUR CORRECT REGION <---L@@K
-For example: 3.2U= USA/Canada; 3.2E= Europe; 3.2J=Japan
-OPTIONAL: You may choose another system firmware other than 3.2
if you want. My intention is to help guide you to downgrade to 3.2.
Remember that System Menu 3.2 is considered the 'ideal' firmware
for homebrew (if not all) to work properly.
STEP 5- (You may skip this if you wish) At this point you should be on System
Menu 3.2 (or other firmware). You may check your Wii settings to see
~~Again if your NOT in System Menu 3.2 you will not be able to do Step 6~~
STEP 6- Load Starfall from hbc. After reading the discalimer you will be
instructed to press B+1 instead of B+2. Press B+1 to continue on to
the next screen.
-As of version 0.5 Starfall has 8 options/patches to the Wii in which
you can install. The last 3 are the most important ones. Some people
just install everything which is fine.
-STARFALL comes with these options (the ones in red are the important ones):
~Replace healthwarning with back menu
~Region free GC games with video mode patch
~Region free Wii Games
~Region free channels
~No Mainmenu BGM (Background Music)
~Start rescue-menu when Y is held on 1st GC controller (Usefull for
~Remove rescue-menu diagnostic disc check
~Skip disc update check
Congratulations you have successfully downgraded your Wii along with
a rescue menu if have accidently bricked your Wii.
Posted on Apr 14, 2009
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