Wii Error Code 110213 caused by Gpunes format;fixed by bootmii restore

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  1. kylster
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    If your interested in the full story behind this read here.
    My Wii's Life Story!

    I made a fresh nand using Giantpune's ohneschwanzenegger. Everything worked out. I followed these steps
    1.Nand Dump
    2.New nand
    3.existing Nand...
    4.nand.bin (my most recent backup)
    a.keys=old nand
    b.boot 1 & 2=old nand
    c.destination=./testNand.bin (I also made a new folder and had it point there to make a nand.bin)
    d.bad blocks=8
    e.uid.sys=old nand
    5.ok
    6.local cache=in new folder2 in same folder as ohneschwanzenegger
    7.in 1st black spot below menu; 41.U v449
    8.Get It!
    9.ok
    10.Init Nand (but this does nothing...)

    NUS NandBuilder log
    I tried verifing this nand is correct using nandBinCheck but the app just auto closes after verifying which is quite annoying cause I do not know if it's correct. :( So I restore the Wii using this newly made nand; the Wii boots up but when I try and connect to the internet i get Error:110213 which is suppose to be a hardware error albeit this is not always true. I ended up doing a bootmii restore with the nand dump I made prior to installing this fresh dump and I do not get this error; so it's a problem with Giantpunes app or am I missing a step?

    I have read and found little information that has been of use.
    and a link to the thread http://gbatemp.net/t...i-error-110213/
    Maybe someone can help me resolve this issue?

    Thanks in advance guys :)
     
  2. tueidj

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    110213 is an authentication error, caused by your wii trying to use incorrect details to connect to nintendo's servers (since they weren't copied to the new nand). A system format is the easiest way to fix it since it forces a new registration to occur.
     
  3. kylster
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    Ah ok thanks for the info :)
     
  4. sjones900

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    I have the same issue. There are certain message board features I can't use, but I don't want to do a system reset to fix it. Is there another way?
     

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