Hardware Wat are the Odds?

Darkflame.fire

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I am about to hack my wii with version 4.2 with the bannerbomb instructions I managed to get here in the website. but the instructions dont say that are the odds for the bricking off my wii. so does anyone know the odds of it bricking? is its anything like the twiligh hack which it rarely bricks?
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If you do everything the way it's supposed to be done there's practically zero chance your Wii will brick.
 

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using the banner bomb won't brick your console. installing bootmii have a slight chance of bricking. I don't know the numbers, but it's far less than 1 to 1000. I haven't heard any bricking from installing bootmii. And I haven't heard any full brick from installing anything either. Partial bricks are common if you do anything wrong, but they can be easily fixed at home at no cost.
 

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