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    4.1E, preloader installed, unbrick help?

    I just bricked my Wii. On the first day I had it.
    It has 4.1E on it, preloader up and working, can access HBC, have a nand.bin, ...

    all I get when I boot up my Wii is "System files are corrupt. blabla"

    how can I fix this? I think I caused it by installing IOS60-patched.wad but reīnstalling it isn't working.

    I've read about AnyRegion Changer but I have no idea on how to use it.

    any help would be really great!
    thanks

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    I think I know how I messed it up.
    Neogamma R7 wasn't working eventhough I used Verbatim DVD-R burned at 4x (gave me 1101 error) and I read it could work if I installed IOS60-patched.wad and Neogamma again.
    So I did. Without removing Neogamma first.

    I haven't uninstalled Neogamma because I don't want to make more changes to the system before any on here can give me some pointers on what IOS wad's to re-install. (TEALC seems to be the man around here but any help is welcome)

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    If you have a nand backup hopefully boot2 you can try a few things. Reload your system menu 4.1e, then reload preloader. Obviously you will need HBC or wad manager to do this from a wad.

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    I have the NAND backup made in the IOS-version of Bootmii.
    How do I reload my system menu?

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    Its a bit more risky trying things if you only have bootmii as an IOS, as boot2 it runs ahead of the system and so can reload everything, as IOS the system has to be running, it then tries to reload everything and sometimes this does not work.

    Find the wad for your system menu, use wad manager to install it. Like I said you will need HBC or wad manager to do this. There is another way by downloading the system from nus.

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    can't I just use my NAND backup to restore in bootmii?

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    Damn WiiJohn, it worked like a charm! I can't express how much I love you right now!
    If I could, I would click that thanks-button a million times!

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    Its a pleasure to help.

    Good luck.

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