IOS80 help

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  1. AndrewJohnsin
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    Ive uninstalled ios80 on accident and now i got black screen help me please, im not sure if i have bootmii as boot2, and i did have a nand backup buck my idiot friend delete it off my SD
     


  2. daxtsu

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    So you deleted IOS 80(assuming System menu 4.3) and have no nand backup/keys? You're screwed, mate. The best you can hope for is to use an undeleter on the SD card, but even then, it might not undelete it properly. :/

    You should NEVER delete IOSes below 200 unless you know what you're doing.
     
  3. AndrewJohnsin
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    i just found a recover and got it back now what
     
  4. WiiUBricker

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    Funniest thing I heard in a while. There is no such thing as an "undeleter".

    @OP: How did you manage to delete IOS80 by accident?
    You can check if you have bootmii/boot2 if you place a ppcboot.elf in the bootmii folder of your SD card (bootmii/ppcboot.elf). If you turn on your Wii and don't see the bootmii menu, then you don't have bootmii/boot2.

    Edit: ninja'd by OP.
     
  5. daxtsu

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    Now you find someone to flash your NAND, like @DeadlyFoez.

    @WiiBricker: You can undelete files once they've been deleted, as long as they haven't been overwritten/securely deleted, so I don't see what's so funny.
     
  6. AndrewJohnsin
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    there is such thing because i just used one :), ill try
     
  7. PsyBlade

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    there was some tool that can check the validity of the backup (nandbincheck iirc)
    it could have been damaged by the delete/restore

    boot with the SD you installed bootmii on
    make a new backup
    restore the old one
     
  8. WiiUBricker

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    No you can't. There is no "trash can" for the Wii.
     
  9. justjack

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    Check if you have bootmii (or priiloader), if you do then you can acess the homebrew channel from there and reinstall ios80
     
  10. daxtsu

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    That's what PC programs are for..
     
  11. WiiUBricker

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    Master question: Did he brick his PC or Wii?
     
  12. AndrewJohnsin
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    deleted nand while on pc lol
    i have priiloader ofc
     
  13. daxtsu

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    See if you can load Priiloader then.
     
  14. WiiUBricker

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    My bad. I thought he meant to undelete the deleted/deinstalled IOS80 on the Wii. Now this makes sense :D
     
  15. daxtsu

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    Oh, I gotcha. Sorry for getting defensive. I thought you were trolling me or something. :P
     
  16. AndrewJohnsin
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    [​IMG]

    used this to check them
     
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    I'm trying to imagine this as well. Perhaps like this... (to be read with this nice theme in the background)

    AndrewJohnsin: ah...time to play a nice little game on the wii. :) *starts wii, gets wiimote* Lemme just...OOPS, my hand slipped!
    wii (homebrew channel): Any title Deleter: Delete / start / cancel ?
    AndrewJohnsin: Wow, that isn't wiiflow! I better not mess with this...OOPS! :blink:
    wii: Now loading Any title deleter.
    AndrewJohnsin: Great...now how do I get out of this program? Hey...what's this? This wii runs on the same operating system as my iPad! Maybe I can install some apps with this! :D *clicks on IOS manager*
    wii: IOS manager selected.
    AndrewJohnsin: WTF is this? :wacko: *flips through random numbers*
    wii: IOS80 selected.
    AndrewJohnsin: wow...so many options. I wonder what this does...
    wii: This will delete IOS80. Deleting IOS may be very harmfull for your wii. Are you sure you want to do this? yes/no.
    AndrewJohnsin: Harmfull? Shiiiiittttt!!!! NOOOOOOO!!!! D: *clicks 'yes'*
    wii: once again, for comfirmation: this will irreversible damage and may even brick your wii. Are you absolutely freakin' sure you want to do this? yes/no
    AndrewJohnsin: I'm absolutely sure I don't want to do this!!!! *clicks yes without reading the message properly*
    wii: it was a pleasure working for you, sir. :( *uninstalls IOS80*
    AndrewJohnsin: Let's see...now that I've removed something I had no clue about, let's try some rebooting.
    wii:
    AndrewJohnsin: hmm...I think I need some help on this. :unsure: This hacking is way too complex for average users like me.



    (note: I'm too lazy to go check the actual messages from any title deleter. But I'm about 95% sure it's roughly the same as mentioned here)



    ...and now for some serious advice: check whether you have bootmii as boot2. If you do: use it to load the homebrew channel. If that works: get modmii and download IOS80 and a wad manager (though you probably already have one). Restart the previous to go to the HBC. Use the wad manager to install IOS80.
    That should do it.
     
  19. DeadlyFoez

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    Actually, there is a way to 'undelete' things from the wii's NAND. I had asked crediar about this many months back and this is what he had to say.
    I've also spoken with pune about this on a few occasions and he confirmed the same thing.

    Heres some stuff on wiibrew about it. http://wiibrew.org/w...Metadata_layout


     
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  20. AndrewJohnsin
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    so how to fix please and thankyou