Hacking my nand backup.

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I am not expert but I think that would be bad (as in brick it). I know the NAND is tied to internal serial number on some Wii chips. so a wth the worng NAND may not work right.
 

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3 possible solutions come to mind

1) make sure if there is a switch on your sd card, that it is unlocked (so the wii can write to it)

2) make sure there is enough free space on the SD card (approx 520MBs should be enough)

3) try a different sd card (could be compatibility issue)
 

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QUOTE said:
1) make sure if there is a switch on your sd card, that it is unlocked (so the wii can write to it)
Possibly worth a look.

QUOTE2) make sure there is enough free space on the SD card (approx 520MBs should be enough)
Its got 1 gig.

3) try a different sd card (could be compatibility issue)
Maybe.


Thanks will try those.
 

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