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    black screen when i turn on my wii

    recently,i bricked my Wii because i installed a bad theme.but before i had did that i uninstalled my black system menu theme.soo after i installed the bad theme i returned back to the home brew channel and was about to exit so i could go check the theme out but then i realized that my Wii mote wasn't responding it would just blink then stop so i just powered it off.when i turned it back on it was just a black screen i tried powering it off and holding the rest button but the menu thing didn't pop up. i have installed priiloader and bootmii and all the other stuff i needed but non of that is really helping.


    my Wii is version 4.3u
    i hacked it using letter bomb



    my question is how can fix my Wii without buying anything, sending it to nintendo,and using nands and mod chips?

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    How did you uninstall your black system menu theme? Describe the process and apps used please.

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    this can be fixed simply if you power on wii then quickly hold down the reset button until the preloader screen comes up then go down to load files then scroll down to homebrew click A > then homebrew channel should come up (KEEP WII SD CARD IN )

    now theres 2 ways to fix this issue

    *IF YOU USED MYMENUFY* (option 1 only)

    1. click on my menufyand select the original white theme and load it then quit mymenufy
    you will know if it worked when you exit homebrew channel

    if that just crashes at a black screen power off wii
    same process power on wii then quickly hold reset button until preloader program and choose load file>homebrew

    2. now this time will work if you already had a wireless network to the internet
    choose your manager for wads like mmn for instance you will need to go to system info then choose version for wii e.g 4.2e install it , YES your wii will be backdated to a previous version of firmware but it will be ok anything installed will remain as it was, okay next step after you have downloaded and install all files for a previous version your wii will reboot if not manually reboot by going back in manager them homebrew then power off wii then back on and if you followed this to the letter your wii should be working again

    basically putting a old version of firmware will remove your corrupt theme and reinstall the original , i hope this helps if you have any questions fire away

    bros out!

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    i used wad manger to uninstall my black system menu and install the bad one

    what do i do if my preloader menu dont pop up

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    Sorry, you are screwed. Only boot2 bootmii or nand programming can fix this. When you uninstalled your system menu, you deleted your setting.txt. The setting.txt has a lot of info for the wii menu, like the region and display. Unfortunately the setting.txt is not found in a system menu wad, uninstalling system menu wad deletes setting.txt, installing system menu wad does not restore setting.txt. Sorry, but you messed up.
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    oh well, thanks for the help guys! i guess i just move on to a ps3 or the new psp

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