I made a NAND backup, how do I use it?

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  1. nastysoda
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    I have a brand new Black wii, it was 4.2U when I bought it, I was refferred to this guide GUIDE and nothing went as it was supposed to, it was a trainwreck, my wii isnt bricked or anything but its not doing anything properly as far as the apps.

    How do I go about restoring the nand that i copied before i started messing with it? I'd like to try and mod it all over again using your guy's guide, thank you
     
  2. tj_cool

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    A BootMii backup?

    Copy the nand.bin to the SD card, run BootMii and go to options > restore NAND. You will need a GC controller for this I think.

    But as I said in the other topic, you can start with the right away without doing anything.
     
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    Ah ok, I'll jsut run through your guys guide again, thanks a ton
     
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    OK, going through the guide now, thanks
     
  5. Taleweaver

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    It would make navigation easier, but it's not needed: you can use the power and reset buttons to navigate/choose the options. [​IMG]
     
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    I thought you needed to press a certain button combo on a GC controller to do a NAND restore [​IMG]
     
  7. thesund0g

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    Since he has a new Wii, he's only able to install BootMii as an IOS, so yes, he has to use the GC pad to do a NAND restore. Us boot1v1 guys can use the power/reset buttons.