bootmii question

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Oct 7, 2009

bootmii question by DaMummy at 12:55 AM (1,103 Views / 0 Likes) 11 replies

  1. DaMummy
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    can i backup my nand from two different wiis onto one single 1gb sd card and be able to choose which nand i want to restore to a bricked wii if necessary
     
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    no cause I think the nand file is about 520mb and the key's file would be overwritten

    you could do 1 backup and then store the nand and key files on your PC (or laptop whatever you use) and then do the other Wii
     
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    ok thanks for your input, more from others would also be appreciated. and if i were to backup to a 2gb or an sdhc? would it still overwrite or delete the first one when preparing the sd?
     
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    Just move or copy the backup elsewhere on the card. 1GB might be too small to house both, but NAND is supposed to be 512MB - since its a block level backup 512MB x2 = 1024MB (aka 1GB). Also most SD cards are actually smaller capacity when formatted due to bad cells and file system overhead, so it is unlikely.

    2GB should do nicely though - again you just have to rename the original file(s?) that bootmii backs up
     
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    on a 2gb you'd have to copy the first nand.bin and keys.bin into a folder on your sd card and then make the second Wii backup but how are you gonna tell which is the right one for the right Wii???
     
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    There's really no more feedback needed guy. You can't pick what it saves the file as. It backs up nand #1. It writes the files. It backs up nand #2, it over writes the previously created files.

    I know it's asking for a lot to just put the sdcard in a PC, or hell, even just run WiiExplorer and re-name/move them on the sdcard before backing up another.
     
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    its best to make one backup. save the files. then make the other backup. save the files.
     
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    ok thanks, and i can tell my wiis apart cause i named one wasabi and one hackmii :}
     
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    yea but you wont be able to tell the NAND.bin and keys.bin apart
     
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    put them in a folder named wasabi and hackmii?
     
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    you got it sir.
    and guard those NAND.bin with your life.
     
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    remind me to never again use waninkokos firmware updaters....damn thing patched everything and i gotta reinstall just about every ios manually without patch
     

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