LU63 wii with newer boot 1

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Dec 30, 2009

LU63 wii with newer boot 1 by wadzinsky at 3:32 AM (1,088 Views / 0 Likes) 4 replies

  1. wadzinsky
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    I've got my hands on a LU63 Wii with a newer boot1 that won't allow bootmii to be installed as boot2. Is this a rare occurrence or is this pretty common. I've seen a LU65 that could have bootmii installed as boot2.

    I used my Wii to do some tests (i.e. Installing PriiLoader and such to do a nand backup just to run the experiment on my fully-able-to-be-recovered-incase-of-retard-error wii. I made the mistake of re-installing the system menu from the NSMB disc after installing preloader. Preloader wouldn't boot the system menu, instead it kept booting itsself. 1 site said to reinstall preloader after reinstalling the system menu wad. So I did that and bricked my own wii. Good thing I did it on mine. [​IMG] Now I know not to do that. So, after a nand restore on my Wii, I decided to do it again and this time it worked. (doing the exact same steps as before w/o having to reinstall the system menu from wad) So I'm not quite sure what happened. But I feel about 75% sure I can mod this wii without problems. I'd rather be 99.9% or even 100.1% sure.


    I guess the original question, Why does everyone say LU64 is the one to watch out for since a LU63 also has that modified Boot1, and some LU65's do not? Are these just freaks?

    Thanks


    Edit: Aparently there IS a difference between Preloader and Priiloader. I used Priiloader. Would like to get my hands on Preloader. (sorry for confusion)
     
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    It's because Wii serials don't mean jack. I've heard of LU32s(supposedly older Wiis) that can't have boot2 modified, so yeah. Nintendo doesn't really have an order with serials.
     
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    Newcomer wadzinsky Advanced Member

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    I've been starting to realize that myself. Just wasn't sure. Thanks
     
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    No prob.
     
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    the first digit seems to not be related to date. perhaps it represents which plant it came from?

    A few years back, I saw walmart with lu517's and best buy with lu317's at the same time.

    The transition time was around 40, whatever that's representing (month?).
     

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