REALLY REALLY REALLY Need some help here!!

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Jun 27, 2010
  1. HiRuMi
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    Anyone PLEASE help me this time!!
    Gimme directions, instructions, links, ANYTHING that can help with my Wii

    PROBLEM
    I'll put it simple...
    NAND bust... Wiimote can't sync, can't access system menu, and various other probs... NO backup NAND

    WII STATUS
    4.2U, BootMii on boot2, NAND busted

    1) How do I replace my bad NAND with a good one? (where do I get NAND backup?)
    2) What files are needed to do it?
    and most importantly
    3) Where do I get them???

    Anyone's help is REALLY REALLY appreciated... THANK YOU
    I'll edit in some other infos if needed

    EDIT: Where can I find videos of replacing bluetooth module?... or perhaps opening the wii?
     
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    Member cobleman GBAtemp Maniac

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    Make a Nand backup now before you go any further
     
  3. HiRuMi
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    Have... then what?
     
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    Member cobleman GBAtemp Maniac

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    Use ShowMiiWads to extract it and see if you have the system menu and system menu ios70
     
  5. HiRuMi
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    I don't have my Wii with me right now actually... >__>
    but tell me... What if I have? and what if I don't have?
     
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    If you have the system menu and ios then it could be your Bluetooth is the real problem
     
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    ok... What if don't have?... What do I do?
     
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    Member xzxero ♥bong milk does good for the brain♥

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    if your positive you have bootmii installed as boot2, then you should be able to recover your wii if its not hardware problems.

    try getting bootmii to run.
     
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    i'm positive... cuz i'm only able to play around with bootmii and HBC with my GC controller..
     
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    thenn you should install IOS70 v6687 followed by the 4.2 system menu WADs with WAD manager.
     
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    didn't work... does that mean my bluetooth module is busted and not my NAND?
     
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    Supervisor raulpica With your drill, thrust to the sky!

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    Try turning on your Wii using the POWER button on the WiiMote. If it doesn't turn on, it's probably the bluetooth module.
     
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    doesn't work... the wiimote is completely useless right now...
    so yeah... how do I fix the bluetooth module?
     
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    1) Try to change the batteries and resync the remote with the wii.
    2) Try another wii remote.
    3) if I remember right, Dealextreme have bluetooth modules for the wii.
     
  15. HiRuMi
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    1) tried
    2) tried... I've tried EVERYTHING that can be done
    3) yeah... going to buy it there...

    EDIT: I just found out that the bluetooth module is located at the freakin' motherboard... How am I supposed to DIY??
     
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    Buy a triwing as well
    take off the black thing on the mobo, its 3 screws
    and then you can take the bluetooth adapter + add the other one on really easily without taking off the whole plate
     

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