the system files are corrupted

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  1. mesho
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    Hi everyone :)

    I have a wii with a homebrew installed

    and i was stupid enough to install mym themes

    when i start the system now the health screen appears

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    and then this screen shows after pressing (A).

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    can i fix it , please help if possible :(
     
  2. Eddarix

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    What firmware and region is your wii? Can you access bootmii? Do you have priiloader installed? Do you have your nand backed up? I need some info before telling you anything.

    If my reply doesn't seem hasty enough for you -- you could always use this place for help. It lists many types of bricks/errors on wiis and how to fix them.

     
  3. mesho
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    thank you very much i appreciate it

    my wii system version is 4.3U, i don't remember if i installed bootmii or priiloader

    but i can't access priiloader when pressing reset for 5 seconds, & i don't have a nand backup.

    i think all my answers are stupid :huh: ..
     
  4. JaapDaniels

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    most likely if you can still enter priiloader there's still hope will give more detailes later...
    since i don't know what's damaged i'll go for the whole package.
    first of all you need your original iosses downloaded with nus downloeder: http://wiibrew.org/wiki/NUS_Downloader (with the section pack as wad active)
    the same for mios
    the the same for your region system menu 4.3
    all wads should be placed on the root of your wii sd-card.
    now you'll set your your priiloader to start dop-mii: https://code.google.com/p/dop-mii/downloads/list
    by using a text editor or priiloader settings editor: https://code.google.com/p/priiloader/downloads/detail?name=Settings_Editor.zip&can=2&q=

    install all downloaded files by this app offline (since you most likely can't acces internet right away).

    your wii should work like new again your saves and all might even still work, though you should install the ciosses again.
     
  5. mesho
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    thank you JaapDaniels, i'll be waiting.
     
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    hope you'd understood it all it's been a while since i repaired a wii though, but i think it should work. i think you might have tried to change the region of the wii wich is dangerous and not needed at all, the usb loader and emulator fix about all region problems for you without alter your wii settings and region at all.
     
  7. cornerpath

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    Dude you good my wii been saying that for 3 years now and everything works perfect, nothing is really wrong bro.

    unless it pop up everytime you tuen it on, mines does it about once or twice a week

    like i said 3 years nothing happened
     
  8. mesho
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    thank you cornerpath, but this screen appears everytime i turn on the wii :(

    thank you JaapDaniels for your help, but i can't access priiloade, is there any hope :(
     
  9. Eddarix

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    So, you don't know if you have bootmii installed, you can't access priiloader, and you don't have your NAND backed up? I'm sorry -- but I'm kind of at a loss. ._.
     
  10. cornerpath

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    How can he just go to bootmii?
     
  11. mesho
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    is there any way to force the wii to start from SD card ?
     
  12. Eddarix

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    If he could access priiloader -- he would be able to access bootmii. But, he can't.


    What do you mean exactly? Are you meaning a way to access homebrew/mod files?
     
  13. mesho
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    I mean if there are any type of files that forces the system to boot from SD card.
     
  14. cornerpath

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    Can he just ship his wii over to you so you can prob fix the problem? Because i dont have a clue it never pop up everytime
     
  15. cornerpath

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    so this pop up everytime? Unplug everything and try again and see what happens
     
  16. RCJayce

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    Hi, if your Wii is one of the first ones you can use a Gamecube controller to entre Service Mode (google about it) otherwise my friend your Wii is dead AFAIK
     
  17. mesho
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    U mean like Constantly ?
     
  18. cornerpath

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    no just once
     
  19. mesho
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    It's not from the first ones i think
    u'r right, my wii is dead
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    still the same :(
     
  20. Eddarix

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    Yeah, that would be pretty much bootmii. Like RC has suggested, you could attempt service mode -- but if you can't -- you're pretty much stuffed.




    Honestly, I don't usually do such a thing. I'm afraid OP may be at a loss. He could always buy another one used for about 30-40 dollars (maybe even cheaper).