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    A full bricked wii: you press pwr button and it does nothing. zero. niente. kaputt. null. The black screen of Death...

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    ahhaa ok... i thought it boot directly to the opera screen is full brick.. hey if you dont mind look at my thread need some one with some knowledge to anser my question.. thanks.

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    cheers for your input guys,
    I have been reading the forums and got a load of good gen. i cannot do anything till back to work on weds but..... if all else fails and its totally screwed, will a mobo change (NINTENDO WII D2B DRIVE MAINBOARD MOTHERBOARD UK on eBay (end time 09-Sep-09 21:28:21 BST) work?

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    Hi Guys,

    Just a quick update (and to offer full brick Wii owners no hope at all!!).

    Tried everything this forum and countless others have recommended. Even put a wasabi v2 with clip in. Nothing, nowt, zilch. Will not boot from UUD - although this works as I have tried it on a different unit. Downloaded the Nintendo recovery disc, still nothing but I am unsure what to do with this as I cannot get it to run on a working console.
    Anyway my only hope is to replace the mobo which I have been quoted 50 from a company in the NE (England). Will have to bite the bullet I am afraid as I cannot source a board myself - if anyone knows where I can buy one from, I would appreciate it.( Ebay only sells the DVD mobo).

    Sorry I cannot offer you guys any hope with the full brick shenanigans.

    Ps a tactical severing of the girlfriends hands might cure the problem - at least in my case!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!



    Laz

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    Why not return it to N (after you remove the chip anyway?) it may be expensive but it is a sure solution

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    I did consider it Messie but I think it will be more spondoolicks than the 50 quid I have been quoted!

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