Hey everyone, I have an original Wii from release day 11/19/06. It had worked well for me, and I upgraded it to 4.3U normally. A few months after that, I started getting intermittent errors that my Mii channel data was corrupt. It would go away if I reset the Wii, but would come back a few days or weeks later. My concern about having to wipe my Wii and lose all my Miis, games with online play save data, etc. led me to look into hacking my Wii so I could back up the NAND. I got Homebrew and BootMii going via SmashHack, and backed up my NAND immediately. Things had been working swimmingly until about the last 2 months. All of a sudden, my Wii has become VERY unreliable. There are times it won’t go past getting turned on by the Wiimote (black screen, Wiimotes sync to turn it on and then lose sync), times it will get to the Warning screen but won’t get to the System Menu, times it can get to BootMii (if I choose) but crashes after selecting to load the Homebrew Channel, often crashes trying to load or exit the “Wii Settings” menu, and games loaded from USB Loader GX v1r927 (used in March, then reverted back to in late April), USB Loader GX v2.0 (used in early April), Configurable USB Loader v1.5 (used in late April), or the original discs (throughout) all randomly lock up. So basically my Wii has become incredibly unreliable. Restoring from a NAND backup via BootMii tends to fix things for a few days, but now I never know if my Wii will work when I go to turn it on. I suspect it is due to the NAND, so are there any tools I can use to verify the NAND on the Wii or repair it? My fear is I will have to wipe the Wii completely and not restore from a backup (as perhaps my NAND backups are corrupt too), or even worse there’s nothing to be done and my Wii is toast. Thanks for any info!