Hey guys, sorry if you are constantly spammed with "I bricked my Wii" posts; but unfortunately I have another one for you. Story Several days ago I received my shipment of Xenoblade Chronicles and found that that my US Loader GX wouldn't install it correctly. At that point I decided to just load an .iso file directly onto the external harddrive. This did not help in allowing my game to run off USB Loader, so I assumed it had something to do with my system files from the research I gathered from GBATEMP and random Youtube videos. I came up with the solution to use Pimp My Wii; a mod that supposedly updates a bunch of files on your Wii. Something that I believed my Wii was due for since I haven't updated/modded for several years. I ran Pimp My Wii and loaded Xenoblade through USB Loader fine. Then I reset my Wii to find that everything was far from fine. Upon booting my Wii, I am greeted with a screen that has partially missing letters that spell out: "The system files are corrupted. Please refer to the Wii Operations Manual for help troubleshooting." Luckily, when I first began modding I installed preloader v0.29 just in case I ran into any issues. But since it's been so long since I've been active in the modding community I have no longer remember what I'm doing. So guys, if you have some time, lend me a hand please? What should I do to fix my Wii? I do plan on softmodding it in the future again. While in the preloader menu, I have the options: Systemmenu - brings me back to the "The system files are corrupted..." screen Homebrew Channel - brings up the error message: "Error autobooting HBC. maybe title not installed?" Installed File - brings up an error message: "Exception (Program) occurred!" with a long set of numbers following multiple lines down. Load/Install File - allows me to install files from the root of my SD card (I suppose that any fix to my issue would have to begin here, since it's the only accessible area to my knowledge) Systemmenu Hacks - brings me to the preloader's system menu Settings - brings me to preloader's menu I feel like I'm royally f'd; I'm hoping there's a way around this. Edit: Here's a link to what I'm seeing on my screen: http://imgur.com/a/5BTfy The first picture shows my preloader options along with my iOS version (iOS v60) and my systemmenu version (v449). The second picture shows what I'm seeing upon bootup. ______ I will do my best to frequent this thread until my problem is solved and if solved I will leave feedback on my fix to help anyone else in the similar situation.