So how would I stop my Wii loading BootMii on startup and load system menu instead?

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  1. David80008
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    In a way that wouldn't affect anything and so I could switch it back in the event of future bricking(Touch wood).

    Thanks in advance.
     
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    taking out the sdcard

    better would be configuring it to autoboot sysmenu or hbc
    or moving/renaming the files
     
  3. The Pi

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    Just add an extra character to the folder name so you can easily remove said character in the event of a brick.

    Or if you're really lazy. There's "BootmiiSwitch" (link to it on the CSG site) that can rename the folder for you inside the wii.
     
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    Thanks guys, which folder exactly?
     
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    You can keep your masturbation habits to yourself.
    Anyway, there should be a "bootmii" folder on your SD cart, rename it and it should no longer pop up. Or edit the bootmii.ini within.
     
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    I thought you could turn it off in the sys hax ini file
     
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    Just set it to autoboot the system menu after 3 seconds or something like that. The configuration file is in the bootmii folder. If you really want to you can set it to autoboot instantly but it's not like a 3 second wait is long.
     

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