Need Help Badly...

Discussion in 'Wii - Hacking' started by happytime96, Apr 5, 2009.

Apr 5, 2009

Need Help Badly... by happytime96 at 2:34 AM (864 Views / 0 Likes) 7 replies

  1. happytime96
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    Newcomer happytime96 Member

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    As I said on the title, I downloaded firmware upgrader 4.0 from Waninkoko, and this is the site,
    http://dl.qj.net/Firmware-Updater-4.0-Wii-...26688/catid/526
    After I downloaded it, I put it in the SD card. And opened the firmware upgrader from HBC. It took a long time to install, so I turned down the TV for about 40minutes (didn't turn the WII off, just the TV), then when I turned it on, it said 'PRESS ANY BUTTON TO RESTART', you know, when you finish installing, so I pressed any button. Few seconds lator my WII gave me a black screen and then no responces. I unpluged my WII and pluged it back. It still didn't work. Only the black screen. Even the WIIMOTE wasn't able to get connected. the lights just blank as I pressed some buttons to turn WIIMOTE on. Didn't work. I couldn't even see the WARNING screen like this, 'WARNING.......... PRESS ANY BUTTON TO START', you know, a note that comes right after you turn your WII on.. So anybody know how to fix or help me with this??
     
  2. estebanchaidez

    Newcomer estebanchaidez Member

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    yeah, bricked sounds about right. if you got some sort of insurance, mind as well use it. send it to the nintendo factory. they'll forgive your mistake and intall 4.0, i think. lol
    next time, read some topics and read some guides before moving into modding. seroiusly, don't people know how to read anymore?
     
  3. menage730

    Member menage730 GBAtemp Regular

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    yea sounds like a brick but how long you left it on cause when i had udated with the updater it really took long to boot up & it did but i didnt unplug it why would you do that shouldve power down
     
  4. happytime96
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    Newcomer happytime96 Member

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    I didn't repeat this for purpose. My computer was so slow. so I accidently pressed it more than once... sorry about that.
     
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    the updater took forever for me too , you were suppossed to install cios60 before using the updater , as for problems , I did get a warning saying my system files were corrupt , but the funny thing is I shut it off and turned it back on and everything was fine
     
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    Sounds liked your bluetooth module broke
     
  7. blitzxp

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    did you have more than 250 blocks left ??
     
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    Same here, all is well after a reboot. I really think that is some of the confusion for many. I installed a patched IOS60 prior to running Wani's 4.0 update. Of course I already had installed the gamma back loader, usb2 patch, the usb loader channel with CIOS's as well.

    I am about to do the same thing on my other Wii which is 3.3U not 3.4U like my other. But everthing is installed and running.
     

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