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    Transfer broken Wii content to another Wii

    sure, i am botfixer :D Ok, didn't think that anyone would really care, but ok, let's go: Tutorial Wii repair Some time ago I wanted to use my Wii again. I discovered that it no longer worked. At first I thought there was only one broken cable, but I couldn't get it to work anymore. Well...
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    Transfer broken Wii content to another Wii

    I was able to repair my Wii again. The reason was a defective LDO (U4). This no longer delivered 1.8 volts. Obtaining this as an original spare part seems very difficult. Replacement types as well, because the Wii has to turn 3.3 volts into 1.8. That is, the voltage regulator must have a very...
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    Transfer broken Wii content to another Wii

    Yes, i agree too. If you look at the guys at Bitbuilt who saw around their poor boards with a Dremel ....... When I saw that, I didn't want to put up with the fact that my Wii was beyond repair :D Well, let's see. I asked a couple of German repair shops whether they could sell a regulator.
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    Transfer broken Wii content to another Wii

    Maybe, he say that nothing happens and i believe him. As I have already written, the 1.8 volt line no longer has any voltage. The Wii cannot operate without this. The problem is to get the voltage regulator as spare parts. Next I'm going to desolder the defective one and try to wake up the...
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    Transfer broken Wii content to another Wii

    My son came back from a party and took our Wii. After that the issue occured. Accessorie is ok, i have cross checked it with a Wii from a friend. I figured out what happened: The 1.8 Volt regulator did not work properly. It´s U4 RT9009 oder 070xha2. It gives just round about 0,5 Volt. Is...
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    Transfer broken Wii content to another Wii

    Hi, my old Wii seems to be broken. It can be switched on (via switch and remote), but does not bring any signal to the monitor. It has a priiloader, but holding reset when switching on does not help either. I would like to read out the NAND (key is available). I've heard that Infectus can do...
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    Hello

    Hello, everyone, I am called botfixer. Anyone who works with old retro computers such as Commodore Amiga, C64, Schneider CPC and know their communities, may know me. I help users repair their old hardware there. Today I registered with you because my Wii no longer works and I have no...
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    Deleting the sys32 folder makes it run with better performance
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    Psi gets threatened with viruses hourly
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    the best attack i've had is ones spoofing my bank's email address and making it seem like a legit email asking me to logon and add a phone number to my account or something.
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    with the bank's header graphics and bank officer's signature and stuff
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    I always ignore those things. If it's important, they'll send a letter or tell me in person
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    What happens with me when I get weird emails or texts I check directly not from the email or text
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    I'm glad I have a credit union not everyone knows about
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    I use a less mainstream bank and they have me on a separate plan from the ones in the public knowledge, and they don't charge me any comission
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    Bank of Wakanda is better :P
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    Psionic Roshambo @ Psionic Roshambo: Bank of Wakanda is better :P