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    fully bricked wii

    hi
    i deleted ios 60 and now have a fully bricked wii
    but then i made a nand backup from nand chip by a nand programmer device
    so i dont have keys.bin and i cannot extract my backup by wii nand extractor
    i want to know is there any way to extract nand backup got from a nand programmer and install ios 60 by wad manager on that
    then make that a nand.bin again and write to chip by that nand programmer?
    i did somthing like that once
    i had a korean wii got 003 error and i had a (bootmii) nand backup
    and i programed the backup on nand chip by nand programmer and it worked
    can i do something like this?
    sorry for my semibreaked english
    Last edited by saeeid_skhm; 04-18-2012 at 05:46 AM.

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    If you have a vulnerable boot1 you can flash bootmii into boot2. If you do not have a vulnerable boot1 you need the nand keys to make a new nand.
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    where is keys?
    is there any hardware way to get them from board?

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    You can only extract the keys from a working wii

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    There is another way of fixing a wii bricked like how yours has been. I have been speaking with giantpune about it quite a bit and I still have to test it out to see if it will work. It has to do with that there are 16 superblocks that track the changes made to the files system and that it is possible to delete the last few superblocks that were written to the NAND and reverse the changes in the filesystem because the data is still present on the NAND.

    So hang on to your wii, I might have a solution for you in the next few weeks or whenever I get off my butt to do the testing that I need to do.

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    Thank you very much for your supporting
    i will wait for your tests as much as it takes

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    Hey, do me a favor and put your nand dump into a .rar and send me a PM with a link to it and I will download it and hopefully I might be able to make something work for you.
    Last edited by DeadlyFoez; 04-21-2012 at 05:27 AM.

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