how to boot to your system menu?

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  1. spawn1green
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    ok I installed bootmii 2 in my 4.2 wii.but when I start my wii the bootmii comes up but I don't want it to startup with the bootmii I just want to go straight to my system menu is there a way on how to start up the wii to the system menu not the bootmii first and then the system menu?
     
  2. daxtsu

    daxtsu GBAtemp Guru

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    Edit the bootmii.cfg or ini in the /bootmii folder on your SD card. Remove the hashmarks(#) next to autoboot and bootdelay, and after the = on the bootdelay line, put 0.
     
  3. Krestent

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    You can set an autoboot in the Bootmii settings(bootmi.ini)
     
  4. longtom1

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    rename your bootmii folder on your sd card to bootmii1 or something and it'll not show just boot the system menu
     
  5. Det1re

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    It's easier to just rename the folder "bootmii" on your SD card to somewhat like "bootmii--".
     
  6. wadzinsky

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    You could also just press the reset button on the wii to load the system menu. But it's less hassle to just rename the folder like everyone else was saying
     
  7. spawn1green
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    ah thank you soo much it was getting kinda of annoying starting up bootmii alot.

    thank you!
     
  8. g4jek8j54

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    You could also use the BootMii Configuration Editor, and it can easily edit the 'bootmii.ini' file to autoboot to either the System Menu or Homebrew Channel. Also, to get right to the System Menu, set the boot delay to zero.
     
  9. junker_man32

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    boot a mac bitch!!! Final cut ftw fuckers.. hahaahaha! exp +1200
     
  10. SFenton

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    Dude, you suck. You've ruined nearly every thread I've read today.