Wii Brick?

Discussion in 'Wii - Hacking' started by VonVancouver, May 8, 2011.

  1. VonVancouver

    VonVancouver Newbie

    May 8, 2011

    I Have softmodded my wii (v4.3e) now for 1 month. I wanted to do a theme install earlier today, using MyMenuify. I Installed the "darkeyes.csm" (or something like that) theme and when i went back to the system menu, I only have a black screen.

    So I did put off my wii and pulled out all the outlets (energy), turned it back on and opened Priiloader to do the NAND-Backup.

    When I opened Bootmii (as IOS) and wanted to do the backup the following (error?) appeared:

    RestoreMii NAND ID: addc1095
    Checking boot2
    BootMii is not found, too dangerous to
    continue! If your SD is corrupt or
    restore is interrupted, you will be
    unable to boot to fix it. If you are
    SURE you want to do this, KONAMI.
    Otherwise, press [Z] to give up.

    So yeah I think I'm pretty f***ed. So I went back to priiloader (had to pull out the outlets back) and opened the HBC. Ok, could do that. But when I open one of the 'apps', my wii remote wont respond an disconnects whole the time.

    So the thing is:

    -When I boot there appears a black screen
    -Priiloader works
    -Homebrew Channel works
    -Apps in homebrew a bit (I have to be very patient)
    -NAND-Backup with Bootmii as IOS wont work

    All of this caused by installing a theme with MYMenuify.

    Does anyone have a solution?
  2. JoostinOnline

    JoostinOnline Certified Crash Test Dummy

    Apr 2, 2011
    United States
    The Twilight Zone
    Why would you back up a theme-bricked Wii? That is pointless.

    What you need to do is use ModMii to download the original theme and install it. Launch ModMii and when you are at the main menu press 3, Enter, 9a, Enter, D, Enter, Y, Enter.

    That will download the correct theme. Install it with MyMenuify.
  3. Coto

    Coto GBAtemp Addict

    Jun 4, 2010
    I see a problem here. You say you want to do a full nand backup? Or restore? The chip with a green arrow makes a backup from your nand, the other chip with a red arrow do a nand restore. I assume you had a previous NAND backup, right? If so, get a gamecube controller, then restore the nand by choosing the red arrow chip then input the KONAMI CODE
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  4. VonVancouver

    VonVancouver Newbie

    May 8, 2011
    Thanks for the fast reply's (:

    JoostinOnline: Thanx It Worked! (:

    Coto: Anyway thank you for your help. I really appreciate it.