Hacking removed wads now wii just has blackscreen

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i put a load of wads on sd card then put them into my wii which is on 3.2 & has a winja1 installed, anyway my wii started to behave like it had the 3,4 update ie crashing when putting trutcha signed disks in, so stupidly all the wads i had put on i removed with the wad manager, now the wii is dead it turns on but it doest show on screen, i bought a savemii & that doesnt show nothing on screen & the light just stay red, my freind has a bricked wii so i just set it up with all my cables switch it on & get the black screen {mine doesnt} anyway put savemii in shows the firmware no at the bottom & has the green light, so its not my cables or savemii please some one help me the wad are IOS9-64-v516.wad IOS11-64-v10.wad IOS12-64-v6.wad IOS13-64-v10.wad IOS14-64-v257.wad IOS15-64-v257.wad IOS16-64-v257-prod.wad IOS17-64-v512.wad IOS20-64-v12.wad IOS21-64-v514.wad IOS22-64-v772.wad IOS28-64-v1288.wad IOS30-64-v2576.wad IOS31-64-v2576.wad IOS33-64-v1040.wad IOS34-64-v1039.wad IOS35-64-v1040.wad IOS36-64-v1042.wad IOS37-64-v2070.wad IOS38-64-v3609.wad IOS53-64-v4113.wad IOS55-64-v4633.wad i had starfall installed tried using gamecube controller holding y but nothing any help please
 

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The infectus chip can flash the nand.
Maybe that would be an option if you don't want to send it to Nintendo.

Both ways will cost you money, but the infectus might bring you some more fun in the future.
 

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Desolder the wiinja (or leave it in. they'll send you a replacement Wii and open up yours to fix it way later anyway) and send it to them. It will cost you much less than a new Wii.

An alternative would be to wait for bootmii, buy an Infectus, solder it in, and flash bootmii to your Wii through it. Though that will probably cost you more than getting it repaired by Nintendo.
 

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Tichinde925 said:
Um...why are you uninstalling important system files?

Thats like uninstalling the Windows Folder on a PC.
More like overwriting the BIOS-chip (which I know is not possible through software)
 

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IM wondering how you managed to remove the system files ios30 using the wad manager - it doesnt allow you to remove it by default and wont even giev you the option to remove it unless you have wad 30 on your SD card.

I have a feeling you didnt use wad manager and you used Any Title Deleter - and also you didnt read a god damn thing on removing wads and jumped in feet first.

Anyone who doesnt read about this on the boards doesnt deserve a wii at this stage it has been discussed so much.
 

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shawscrew said:
so you think the best idea is to send it to nintendo n just say it happened after i updated
It would never happen after an update and they know that - it will only happen after you physically remove the system wad using any title deleter or a similar application - wad manager cant do this.
If your looking for help you need to provide people with the correct information so they can tell you the right answer.
If your unsure, say your unsure and dont guess.

Nintendo will fix it , but they will charge you for it.
 

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