Bootmii Boot2 Wii Serial Numbers

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Jan 22, 2010
  1. subrosian
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    Wii need your help!

    I have heard a bunch of people saying that there is NO correlation between the Wii Serial Numbers and the version of Boot1 on the Wii causing Bootmii's Boot2 to work or not work. I've been repairing/moding Wiis for a while and there IS a correlation, I just haven't got the specifics yet. I need help from people who have installed Bootmii, to give the first 7 characters of their serial number and whether Bootmii's boot2 worked or didn't work. I will keep everything updated here.

    Here's how I know there is a correlation: (I have only worked with US Wiis so this is all LU information). Many launch Wiis seem to have LU100XXXXXX-LU102XXXXXX, but within a few weeks came LU300XXXXXX and LU500XXXXXX. I believe the first number happens to be where the Wii was made (or something like that). The second number starts the serial of that series, which is why some people are saying that smaller serial numbers do not work while larger ones do. We just need to find the cutoff point for each LU#.

    I’m an idiot for not making notes on all of the Wiis that I have done so far, which is why I need everyone’s help. Thanks in advance. BTW: I will track Wiis that don't start with LU, but since I don' t have a basis to start on, I need a few people to chime in with them so I can start the list.

    If your Wii was not purchased new from a store or if it has been sent to Nintendo to be repaired, please note this as the "motherboard" inside the Wii could have been changed, which would give us bad data.

    Preferred ways of posting: (if you know the actual info, if not, just the information above will be OK)
    Post reply with the following: Serial Number/Boot1 version/Boot2 version/When was it purchased
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    Use the form HERE (Thanks tj_cool!) Spreadsheet

    To get this information, you can go inside bootmii. Goto settings -> Info = Tada!!! (Thanks DeadlyFoez!)

    boot1a + boot1b = Compatible
    boot1c + above = Incompatible

    North America (LU)
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    LU1:
    LU102139XXX - Compatible
    LU10305XXXX - Compatible
    LU104098XXX - Compatible
    LU106568XXX - Compatible
    LU1066382XX - Compatible
    LU10954XXXX - Compatible
    ...
    LU11243XXXX - Incompatible
    LU11746XXXX - Incompatible
    LU1191XXXXX - Incompatible

    LU3:
    LU304XXXXXX - Compatible
    LU307XXXXXX - Compatible
    LU31235XXXX - Compatible
    LU318934455 - Compatible
    LU32049XXXX - Compatible
    LU32433XXXX - Compatible
    LU33144XXXX - Compatible
    LU33323XXXX - Compatible
    LU34344XXXX - Compatible
    LU34428XXXX - Compatible
    ...
    LU35355XXXX - Incompatible
    LU35658XXXX - Incompatible
    LU36025XXXX - Incompatible
    LU36086XXXX - Incompatible
    LU36908XXXX - Incompatible
    LU37399XXXX - Incompatible
    LU382017788 - Incompatible
    LU39396XXXX - Incompatible
    LU39770XXXX - Incompatible

    LU4:
    LU402914523 - Compatible
    LU404XXXXXX - Incompatible
    LU40548XXXX - Incompatible

    LU5:
    LU50025XXXX - Compatible
    LU50653XXXX - Compatible
    LU5075XXXXX - Compatible
    LU50927XXXX - Compatible
    LU5141XXXXX - Compatible
    LU52063XXXX - Compatible
    LU52552XXXX - Compatible
    LU53521XXXX - Compatible
    LU54400XXXX - Compatible
    LU548177XXX - Compatible
    LU54946XXXX - Compatible
    LU5504XXXXX - Compatible
    LU5532XXXXX - Compatible
    LU55591XXXX - Compatible
    LU5572XXXXX - Compatible
    LU56212XXXX - Compatible
    LU56601XXXX - Compatible
    LU57899XXXX - Compatible
    LU57918XXXX - Compatible
    ...
    LU58809XXXX - Incompatible
    LU58863XXXX - Incompatible
    LU59718XXXX - Incompatible

    LU6:
    LU60536XXXX - Incompatible
    LU61801XXXX - Incompatible
    LU62377XXXX - Incompatible
    LU64334450X - Compatible
    LU651XXXXXX - Incompatible
    LU6541XXXXX - Compatible

    LU7:
    LU71676719X - Incompatible
    LU735XXXXXX - Incompatible
    LU73659XXXX - Incompatible

    Europe (LEH)
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    LEH101311364 - Compatible
    LEH10263XXXX - Compatible
    LEH1027XXXXX - Compatible
    LEH10381XXXX - Compatible
    LEH10384XXXX - Compatible
    LEH10561XXXX - Compatible
    LEH10578XXXX - Compatible
    LEH106XXXXXX - Incompatible
    LEH10777XXXX - Compatible
    LEH108576XXX - Incompatible

    LEH11187XXXX - Compatible
    LEH115XXXXXX - Incompatible
    LEH11905XXXX - Compatible
    LEH119556382 - Compatible
    LEH13346XXXX - Compatible
    LEH1337XXXXX - Incompatible
    LEH1508XXXXX - Compatible
    LEH15455XXXX - Compatible
    LEH15906XXXX - Compatible
    LEH16548414X - Compatible
    LEH170256139 - Compatible
    LEH18085XXXX - Compatible
    LEH1821XXXXX - Compatible

    LEH2037XXXXX - Compatible
    LEH2048XXXXX - Compatible
    LEH208357XXX - Incompatible
    LEH218XXXXXX - Incompatible
    LEH220XXXXXX - Incompatible
    LEH22286383X - Incompatible
    LEH2261XXXXX - Incompatible
    LEH238085398 - Incompatible
    LEH255748757 - Incompatible
    LEH259XXXXXX - Incompatible
    LEH266698XXX - Incompatible
    LEH26770XXXX - Incompatible

    LEH5020XXXXX - Incompatible

    Europe (LEM)
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    LEM10041XXXX - Incompatible
    LEM500XXXXXX - Incompatible

    Europe (LEF)
    LEF1030XXXXX - Incompatible
    LEF114192XXX - Incompatible
    LEF11745XXXX - Incompatible
    LEF11925XXXX - Incompatible

    Australia (LAH)
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    LAH1041XXXXX - Compatible
    LAH118615XXX - Incompatible

    Korea (LKM)
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    LKM1070XXXXX - Incompatible
     


  2. longtom1

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    not really correct cause reconditioned Wii's from nintendo sometimes come with a different serial number applied to the case
     
  3. subrosian
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    Very good point, I will add that note... Thanks [​IMG]
     
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    LEH259 (From late 2008) - Not bootmii as boot2 compatible.
     
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    At least say bootmii as boot2

    Some people might think its not compatible with boot2 itself [​IMG]
     
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    I was thinking about doing that but I was worried that it would deter people from posting if they didn't understand what that meant. I added it anyways [​IMG] Thanks [​IMG]
     
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    I can make a new google document for this if you want

    All results will go into a spreadsheet and everyone can contribute through a form.
    We could link the form in our guides so we'd get more replies

    Of course I can give direct spreadsheet editing powers to the more reliable people [​IMG]
     
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    Guess I'll add mine.

    LU31235 / boot1b / boot2v2 / mother bought it 2-2007. Was given it for my birthday in May.

    When I got it, it had 1.0 on it...was shocked it didn't come with 2.x. At the time, I remember the curiosity of what the "2.2" exactly did when I updated it...

    I'll have to post my sister's later. It isn't really hacked (running 3.2 w/o any cIOSes, and has HBC b8 on it only because I installed opera). No clue if it can run bootmii since I haven't bothered to bring it into the new age of wii hacking. Newest game ever played on it was likely MKWii.

    EDIT: Added boot1 version. Thanks DeadlyFoez for the tip on bootmii's info option.
     
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    LU5075 Wii was compatible with BootMii as boot2. Don't recall much about it as I sent it to Nintendo a while ago.

    LU588 / boot1c / boot2v3 / ???
    (Came from Nintendo's repair dudes with System Menu 3.3v1.)
     
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    I made a quick form to enter the data
    You can find it here.

    The spreadsheet is here

    We still need an easy way to check the boot1 and boot2 version...
     
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    Aha

    I haven't used Bootmii much lately [​IMG]
     
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    @tj_cool: Those links don't work....

    The form gives a "We're sorry" from google when submitted.

    If I click the Spreadsheet, I get a message saying I don't have permission to view it. Is that a mistake? Otherwise, what use is a DB no one can read?
     
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    D'oh I forgot to share it

    Try again now [​IMG]

    Everyone can use the form, but only I can edit the spreadsheet [​IMG]

    I can change the questions and answers if needed

    If someone wants edit power over the spreadsheet, just ask [​IMG]
     
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    Working fine now. I'm guessing the form error was due to the sheet not being shared...
     
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    ?(Get in a second)/boot1b/boot2v4/????
     
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    Heres mine, when I get back to the shop and have some clients drop by for follow up work I will add more.

    Serial No: LU10663XXXX / boot1? / boot2v4 / Purchased shortly after launch. / compatible with bootmii
     
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    LEH1027xxxx / boot1b / boot2v4 / unknown (added to spreadsheet too, better IMO)
    BootMii boot2: YES

    Very keen to keep this going for a reference tool.
     
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    LU735 boot2v4
     
  20. longtom1

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    LEH1337xxxxx Boot1?/boot2v3
    LEH1191xxxxx Boot1?/boot2v2 both these have bootmii installed at boot2 and as IOS
    Got another with bootmii boot2 but it's boxed and can't be arsed to get the serial#
     

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