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→‎Database: Added 4.2 update. Apologies if copypasta is evident.
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<database v="(89/828)"> <SYS> <name>boot2</name> <titleID>0000000100000001</titleID> <version>4</version> <ticket>true</ticket> <danger>boot2 is a critical part of the Wii boot sequence. The only safe way to mess with boot2 is to install BootMii there if possible.</danger> </SYS>
<SYS>
<name>System Menu</name>
<titleID>0000000100000002</titleID>
<version>97 (2.0U),128 (2.0J),130 (2.0E),162 (2.1E),192 (2.2J),193 (2.2U),194 (2.2E),224 (3.0J),225 (3.0U),226 (3.0E),256 (3.1J),257 (3.1U),258 (3.1E),288 (3.2J),289 (3.2U),290 (3.2E),352 (3.3J),353 (3.3U),354 (3.3E),384 (3.4J),385 (3.4U),386 (3.4E),390 (3.5K),416 (4.0J),417 (4.0U),418 (4.0E),448 (4.1J),449 (4.1U),450 (4.1E),454 (4.1K),480 (4.2J), 481 (4.2U), 482 (4.2P), 486 (4.2K)</version>
<ticket>true</ticket>
<danger>The System Menu is a critical part of the Wii boot sequence, and failure to install a proper WAD, failure to install its corresponding IOS module, and many other factors can cause a brick. The only safe way to mess with the System Menu is with BootMii boot2 installed.</danger>
<name>MIOS</name>
<titleID>0000000100000101</titleID>
<version>4,5,8,9,10</version>
<ticket>true</ticket>
<danger>MIOS is a required element in Gamecube gameplay. Without it, Gamecube games will not run. You can reinstall a good copy to restore Gamecube capabilities if this should occur.</danger>
<name>BC</name>
<titleID>0000000100000100</titleID>
<version>2,4,5,6</version>
<ticket>true</ticket>
<danger>BC plays a role in Gamecube functions. Removal or corruption of BC will result in no Gamecube support. This can be fixed with the installation of a proper BC.</danger>
<titleID>00010002484142XX</titleID>
<region>0,5</region>
<version>3,4,5,6,7,8,10,13,14 (Korea Only),16,17</version>
<ticket>true</ticket>
</SYS>
<name>IOS9</name>
<titleID>0000000100000009</titleID>
<version>520,521,778</version>
<ticket>true</ticket>
</IOS>
<name>IOS12</name>
<titleID>000000010000000C</titleID>
<version>6,11,12,269</version>
<ticket>true</ticket>
</IOS>
<name>IOS13</name>
<titleID>000000010000000D</titleID>
<version>10,15,16,273</version>
<ticket>true</ticket>
</IOS>
<name>IOS14</name>
<titleID>000000010000000E</titleID>
<version>262,263,520</version>
<ticket>true</ticket>
</IOS>
<name>IOS15</name>
<titleID>000000010000000F</titleID>
<version>257,258,259,260,265,266,523</version>
<ticket>true</ticket>
</IOS>
<name>IOS17</name>
<titleID>0000000100000011</titleID>
<version>512,517,518,775</version>
<ticket>true</ticket>
</IOS>
<name>IOS21</name>
<titleID>0000000100000015</titleID>
<version>514,515,516,517,522,525,782</version>
<ticket>true</ticket>
</IOS>
<name>IOS22</name>
<titleID>0000000100000016</titleID>
<version>777,780,1037</version>
<ticket>true</ticket>
</IOS>
<name>IOS28</name>
<titleID>000000010000001C</titleID>
<version>1292,1293,1550</version>
<ticket>true</ticket>
</IOS>
<name>IOS31</name>
<titleID>000000010000001F</titleID>
<version>1037,1039,1040,2576,3088,3092,3349</version>
<ticket>true</ticket>
</IOS>
<name>IOS33</name>
<titleID>0000000100000021</titleID>
<version>1040,2832,2834,3091</version>
<ticket>true</ticket>
</IOS>
<name>IOS34</name>
<titleID>0000000100000022</titleID>
<version>1039,3087,3091,3348</version>
<ticket>true</ticket>
</IOS>
<name>IOS35</name>
<titleID>0000000100000023</titleID>
<version>1040,3088,3092,3349</version>
<ticket>true</ticket>
</IOS>
<name>IOS36</name>
<titleID>0000000100000024</titleID>
<version>1042,3090,3094,3351</version>
<ticket>true</ticket>
</IOS>
<name>IOS37</name>
<titleID>0000000100000025</titleID>
<version>2070,3609,3612,3869</version>
<ticket>true</ticket>
</IOS>
<name>IOS38</name>
<titleID>0000000100000026</titleID>
<version>3610,3867</version>
<ticket>true</ticket>
</IOS>
<version>4889,5120</version>
<ticket>true</ticket>
<danger>Version 5120 of this IOS a stub, meaning it has no functionality besides simply existing. You will not be able to run any code from a stub IOS. Do not install version 5120, as certain versions of the System Menu require 3.4 requires it to function.</danger>
</IOS>
<IOS>
<version>5661,5888</version>
<ticket>true</ticket>
<danger>Version 5888 of this IOS a stub, meaning it has no functionality besides simply existing. You will not be able to run any code from a stub IOS. Do not install version 5888, as certain versions of the System Menu 3.5K require it to function.</danger>
</IOS>
<IOS>
<name>IOS53</name>
<titleID>0000000100000035</titleID>
<version>4113,5149,5406</version>
<ticket>true</ticket>
</IOS>
<name>IOS55</name>
<titleID>0000000100000037</titleID>
<version>4633,5149,5406</version>
<ticket>true</ticket>
</IOS>
<name>IOS56</name>
<titleID>0000000100000038</titleID>
<version>4890,5405</version>
<ticket>true</ticket>
</IOS>
<name>IOS57</name>
<titleID>0000000100000039</titleID>
<version>5404,5661</version>
<ticket>true</ticket>
</IOS>
<name>IOS60</name>
<titleID>000000010000003C</titleID>
<version>6174,6400</version>
<ticket>true</ticket>
<danger>Version 6400 of this IOS a stub, meaning it has no functionality besides simply existing. You will not be able to run any code from a stub IOS. Do not install version 5888, as certain versions of the System Menu require it to function.</danger>
</IOS>
<IOS>
<name>IOS61</name>
<titleID>000000010000003D</titleID>
<version>4890,5405</version> <ticket>true</ticket> </IOS> <IOS> <name>IOS70</name> <titleID>0000000100000046</titleID> <version>6687</version> <ticket>true</ticket> </IOS> <IOS> <name>IOS222</name> <titleID>00000001000000DE</titleID> <version>65280</version> <ticket>true</ticket> <danger>This IOS is a stub, meaning it has no functionality besides simply existing. You will not be able to run any code from a stub IOS.</danger> </IOS> <IOS> <name>IOS223</name> <titleID>00000001000000DF</titleID> <version>65280</version>
<ticket>true</ticket>
<danger>This IOS is a stub, meaning it has no functionality besides simply existing. You will not be able to run any code from a stub IOS.</danger>
</IOS>
<IOS>
<name>IOS249</name>
<titleID>00000001000000F9</titleID>
<version>65280</version>
<ticket>true</ticket>
<danger>This IOS is a stub, meaning it has no functionality besides simply existing. You will not be able to run any code from a stub IOS.</danger>
</IOS>
<IOS>
<name>IOS250</name>
<titleID>00000001000000FA</titleID>
<version>65280</version>
<ticket>true</ticket>
<danger>This IOS is a stub, meaning it has no functionality besides simply existing. You will not be able to run any code from a stub IOS.</danger>
</IOS>
<IOS>
<name>IOS254</name>
<titleID>00000001000000FE</titleID>
<version>2,3,260</version>
<ticket>true</ticket>
<danger>This IOS is a stub, meaning it has no functionality besides simply existing. You will not be able to run any code from a stub IOS.</danger>
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