Does anyone have a clean NAND for a Taiwan/HK Wii?

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this is what my main wii is reading from the sd card
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this is what my main wii is reading from the sd card View attachment 316725

OK, so you have the NAND.BIN files that judging from the messages you were getting matches what's in your wii.

Try downloading this and running it - it's a rather non-user friendly command line program so you will have to unzip it, get the needed dlls, put them into the same folder and then also copy the nand.bin into it.

Program - https://wiibrew.org/wiki/NandBinCheck
DLLs - http://www.mediafire.com/?ow9bg9wsto5ak1w

Once you have all the files in the right place, open a command prompt and go to whatever directory you put the files in and enter:

nandbincheck nand.bin -all -v -v -continue

It should print a lot of data - if it's all working, then repeat the same command but redirect the output:

nandbincheck nand.bin -all -v -v -continue > nandbininfo.txt

Once you get that, post it here - you might want to edit it and remove the line that says "SERNO=xxxxxxxxx" since that's specific to your console.

That should provide a very good indication of what state your NAND is in
 

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OK, so you have the NAND.BIN files that judging from the messages you were getting matches what's in your wii.

Try downloading this and running it - it's a rather non-user friendly command line program so you will have to unzip it, get the needed dlls, put them into the same folder and then also copy the nand.bin into it.

Program - https://wiibrew.org/wiki/NandBinCheck
DLLs - http://www.mediafire.com/?ow9bg9wsto5ak1w

Once you have all the files in the right place, open a command prompt and go to whatever directory you put the files in and enter:

nandbincheck nand.bin -all -v -v -continue

It should print a lot of data - if it's all working, then repeat the same command but redirect the output:

nandbincheck nand.bin -all -v -v -continue > nandbininfo.txt

Once you get that, post it here - you might want to edit it and remove the line that says "SERNO=xxxxxxxxx" since that's specific to your console.

That should provide a very good indication of what state your NAND is in
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