Can I recover this Wii

Discussion in 'Wii - Hacking' started by montyzoomer, Nov 28, 2009.

Nov 28, 2009

Can I recover this Wii by montyzoomer at 12:24 PM (1,140 Views / 0 Likes) 3 replies

  1. montyzoomer
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    Newcomer montyzoomer Member

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    I just modded a 4.0e Wii and the last wad I Installed was IOS60-patched.wad, Game Image appears in the Disc Channel so I DELETED IOS60-patched wad

    and now the Wii wont boot,

    I understand Ive deleted the system menu IOS.

    I installed BootMii as an IOS before modding, I also have a nand backup from a 3.1e Wii before i updated to 4.2.

    Is there anything i can do to recover or is it fully bricked ?


    Im currently looking for BootMiiDiisc_v1-SOFT-.rar

    any suggestions.
     
  2. gitkua

    Member gitkua GBAtemp Regular

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    I think you've got an unreversible brick right there... Rule #1 is: Never delete the system menu wad... or wait, maybe: Never delete a wad if you're not sure what you're deleting... Oh and Bootmii as IOS is pretty useless, since you've got to boot to the Homebrew Channel, which you can't, because you can't access the system menu, and Bootmii as IOS can't restore NAND dumps as far as I know...
     
  3. Dmon84

    Member Dmon84 GBAtemp Regular

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    If you are still under warranty then i would send it to Nintendo. If not, there is the possibility of installing an infectus modchip and write your Nand backup back to Wii.
     
  4. tj_cool

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    maybe we should build a safety in wad manager to not uninstall IOS files...
    you can't restore it now since you have no bootmii as boot2
    follow the instructions of the people above
     

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