Hardware Unbricking Wii

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can i use chipD's dual nand hack to unbrick a nand flash of an another wii?
i will use the wii nand to boot any system tools then switch to the brick nand to restore or edit the system files.
my question is, is this posible? i'll try this method this coming week. any one wanna suggestin this topic? feel free to reply.. tnx!
 

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