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    Us Black screen when starting Wii, wii has priiloader install.

    After I installed dios mios I started up a gamecube game I immediately got a black screen and from then on every time I start my wii I get a black screen. I can boot into priiloader and do everything else just fine. I tried to uninstall dios mios by reinstalling the normal nintendo wad file but nothing. I'm not sure what to do.

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    Did you follow any wiihacks guide at all? Your post isn't really clear. As you can access Priiloader, I presume you can load HBC through it?

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    Quote Originally Posted by nightstah View Post
    Did you follow any wiihacks guide at all? Your post isn't really clear. As you can access Priiloader, I presume you can load HBC through it?
    I haven't followed any guides to try to fix the issue. I softmodded my wii recently by following the softmod any wii guide in the recommended guides section. I can load HBC and even play wii games. I can do pretty much everything when i go through priiloader.

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    Post a SysCheck (you can copy the boot.dol to your SD card in the apps folder) as a reply to this thread. Both the program to do so and directions on how to do this can be found HERE.

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    Quote Originally Posted by nightstah View Post
    Post a SysCheck (you can copy the boot.dol to your SD card in the apps folder) as a reply to this thread. Both the program to do so and directions on how to do this can be found HERE.
    Here's the syscheck. Thank you

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    SysCheck looks good (only minor nit is V1.1.2 HBC where our guide normally says V1.1.0 - that would NOT be an issue, though).

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    Quote Originally Posted by nightstah View Post
    SysCheck looks good (only minor nit is V1.1.2 HBC where our guide normally says V1.1.0 - that would NOT be an issue, though).

    Should I just remod it somehow then?

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