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    thanks for all your help my problem isnt solved yet but i am getting there

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    Tell me if you get it to work just in case I run into this problem. lol

    Also this is why I avoid WAD channels unless needed.

    I use nothing but SD HBC's

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    ok im burning right now ill have the results in about an hour

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    Thank you and good luck!! Hope it works!

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    it didnt work. I used the 4.37 gigabyte universal unbrick disk v2.
    but then again i didnt autoboot it. i will try autobooting it. i will post tomorrow cause its kinda late right now

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    My WII is also bricked When i turn it on, and press A, i get a "system files corrupt" message, and thats it.

    - FW 4.1e
    - WiiKey chip installed
    - Bricked it due to a faulty WAD file.
    - HBC & Wadmanager installed
    - BootMii or any other secondary boot-options are installed
    - I have a backup of my NAND and my encryption key for it

    Is there any "rescue-cd", likely to resolve my issue?

    Waiting to see your response ebuks97

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    Quote Originally Posted by TwinA View Post
    My WII is also bricked When i turn it on, and press A, i get a "system files corrupt" message, and thats it.

    - FW 4.1e
    - WiiKey chip installed
    - Bricked it due to a faulty WAD file.
    - HBC & Wadmanager installed
    - BootMii or any other secondary boot-options are installed
    - I have a backup of my NAND and my encryption key for it

    Is there any "rescue-cd", likely to resolve my issue?

    Waiting to see your response ebuks97
    Well if you have your NAND backed up go onto bootmii as long as it is your boot2 and DUMP YOUR NAND BACK ON -__-.
    Last edited by jonathanb9595; 08-08-2009 at 09:39 AM.

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    Well... TwinA yours would probably work because you have a chip installed... However you need to have set your chip to autoboot. And as for me, i tried autobooting the Universal UNbrick Disk V2 but that didnt work. So i will try the Last chance unbrick disk.... hopefully this will work

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    And... TwinA you can just use your other recovery options to boot the homebrew channel and delete your wad

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    Sorry, i do NOT have BootMii, or ANY other secondary boot option installed If the universial unbrick disc does not work (havent tried it) - i thought about using a GC controller to enter the maintenance menu, because from there the menu (which crahes) is not loaded.. It should be possible to load my wadmanager from there, and remove the wad, right? Also, it just needs to be a normal GC controller for wii, right? An original, nintendo-certified, controller.. And then i must modify it by removing the top shield..

    As he does here..

    "While booting the Wii console, at the health warning screen, hold down - and + button while pressing A will get you into a so-called maintenance mode"
    Apparently it fixed wiis that are semi bricked (menu issues)
    hopefully it will lead to more!
    I have tried this on my console, but i dont get into any maintainance menu... Have it been disabled or something? I bought my Wii just a week ago, and it runs FW 4.1E.. The news regarding the maintenance menu is rather old, so maybe its not possible anymore? Or is it because i am not using a GC controller?

    Regards

    use your other recovery options
    - How? And what other options?
    Last edited by TwinA; 08-09-2009 at 02:53 AM.

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