My wii only loads a black screen and firmware version

Discussion in 'Wii - Hacking' started by luigiman1928, Aug 1, 2011.

  1. luigiman1928
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    So i was playing LOZ:OOT and beat it, very sweet, and then left it on the "The End" Screen where Link meets Zelda, and left it on all night because i wanted to show my brothers in the morning that i beat it.

    I did show them, then i returned to the system menu, and it starts up SSBB. I went to th system menu again, starts up brawl. I turn it off then eject the games and it only shows a black screen and the Firmware version, which is 4.1 US.

    IDK why it did this, i had a few weeks earlier installed IOS 222 for Dual-Layer games but that shouldn't effect VC games. Any fix? Sorry if this has been answered already i just don't wanna buy a new Wii.
     
  2. scooby74029

    scooby74029 "fake coder"

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    its a low level brick it can be fixed but i am not sure how be patient and someone here with the knowledge will help you
     
  3. tueidj

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    It's not bricked, it's stuck in recovery mode. Either you've been playing around with priiloader hacks or there's a bad gamecube controller/memcard plugged in.
     
  4. luigiman1928
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    Well how do i get it out of recovery mode? I don't even have priiloader on there and my Slot A memory card slot doesn;t work.

    I wanna play Majora's mask
     
  5. scooby74029

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    i still think its a low level brick like a banner brick

    really now since you say you dont have priiloader
     
  6. tueidj

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    Unplug ALL the controllers (and memcards to be sure) before turning it on.
     
  7. Lacius

    Lacius GBAtemp Guru

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    Unplug the Wii for a few minutes and let us know what happens.