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    semi bricked LU57888140-7

    Hello all

    I have an older white wii with sys 4.1 installed and I did install bootmii as boot2 however I misplaced the Nand Backup.
    I can however boot into HBC using boot2 and do programs run. I think the disk channel was deleted but I'm not sure.
    No wii motes are synced and are unable to sync when attempted but I do have a gamecube pad attached.

    Bootmii

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    Sys check

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    This is not my main system but it would be great to bring back to life for it's boot2 capabilities and for the knowledge of unbricking these.
    Last edited by Nes_player4LIFE; 09-15-2013 at 03:03 PM.

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    How is it semi bricked? What happens when you turn the wii on? What happens when you do savemiifrii with your gc controller?
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    I'm not sure how I bricked it as this was a project from over a year ago.
    Without SD card Wii will output a black screen with sd Wii will boot into bootmii however I don't have the nand backup.
    Savemiifrii shows a black screen with 4.1(USA)

    I have access to HBC through bootmii.

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    Don't take this wrong, but that SysCheck output is meaningless as presented. Use the program we recommend and regenerate a readable Syscheck - program and directions can be found here.

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    Correct system check uploaded.

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    You probably have a bad bt module.
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    How would I fix this?

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    Pretty sure that what maui is saying is a non-functional BT module would result in no System Menu loading. Besides from it being bad, a dislodged BT module (yep, that happens as well) would manifest the same way. You can disassemble your Wii and remove then reinsert the BT module.

    If you get the same result, then it would be wise to try your BT module from the functional Wii. If that works, then you can order a replacement from Ebay. For a how-to disassembly guide for your Wii, look here.

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