I have a friend's wii with bootmii v1.0 installed as boot2. It will not restore his backup (restore freezes) and the system menu is corrupt so nothing loads but a black screen. His nand is in bad shape. I can't verify it with nandbincheck. I can't punetwiin it with my good backup because it can't initialize the file. So I am trying to build a new nand to restore for him. I am using ohneswanzenegger to build the new nand, or at least trying. I select my keys.bin file (I had to modify this file already because of the v1.0 bootmii bug and consoleid) and then I set the uid to usa and I leave the output file name alone. Since I do not have a boot1/boot2 entry selected I cannot continue with creating a new nand. Why is this? Is there no default selection for the scenario when you don't have this available? When I select "existing nand" on this create nand screen and use MY console's nand backup as the source and my friends keys.bin as the key source and set UID to usa then a new nand can be created. I can nandbincheck -all and it comes back fine after I formatted and installed 4.2u to this new nand. When I try to restore this file I get a message that says this console backup does not match the console id so I can't begin the restore. -how can I work around the boot1/boot2 missing entry when creating a new nand from scratch -how can I work around my mismatch issue? Can I hex edit the nand.bin and force it to match at the end where the key is stored? side question: can I launch the hackmii installer from anywhere in bootmii so that I can update my version of bootmii and maybe make a usable nand backup? v1.0 had a lot of bugs but that's what is in there unless I can run hbc installer. Thanks for reading my post.