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    Bricked wii, No video, or audio.

    My wii is bricked by the NAND formatter. It took the directly listing a bit too literally.. My computer is a mac and it makes hidden files called .DS_Store so, The NAND Formatter tried to read that. Of course, It had already FORMATTED MY WII. so, I couldn't do anything to try and format again. Any ideas? I doubt its actually bricked. Just needing a system to be installed. or flashed to memory. Boot2 / IOS was not available to me during bootmii install. I doubt it would help with a blank wii anyway. Please, help me reinstall the OS. Theres gotta be a way. I do not have money to pay nintendo! Keep that in mind when responding. I need serious answers here people. This is not a joke. If proof is needed i'll provide it. Please, Just help me get this restored to a working wii... Nintendo would know something was seriously wrong with this wii anyway if i sent it in because ITS BLANK. I need this working ASAP.

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    If you have boot2 bootmii make a new nand with ohneswanzenneger and restore it.

    If you don't have boot2 bootmii, your wii is fully bricked and only nand programing can fix it, which can only be done if you have your nand keys.

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    Quote Originally Posted by mauifrog View Post
    If you have boot2 bootmii make a new nand with ohneswanzenneger and restore it.

    If you don't have boot2 bootmii, your wii is fully bricked and only nand programing can fix it, which can only be done if you have your nand keys.

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    ugh ok, I will just take it back to where i got it and see if i can get them to replace it. Worth a shot. If they don't i'll try something else. I am running out of options since i don't know what the NAND programmer is or how to use it. Plus, i don't have any mod chips

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