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    Kinda Strange Bricked Wii

    Hi,

    Yesterday i was bored.
    So i saw Darkwii for 4.2 , and i want to give it a try.

    I'll first want to install preloader , but that did not work.
    So i followed this guide.
    And everything worked!
    Until 10 minutes ago.
    I started the wii menu and i'll getting a black screen with the tex 'The Wii system is damaged . reed the manual (or something , it was dutch)'
    I can fully manage the HBC , Bootmii , but not preloader.
    I tried to run RestoreMii from my nand.bin backup , but than it says that it is from another wii.

    My Wii:
    4.2E
    Bricked , but fully access to the HBC and Bootmii.
    And yeah , i installed the newest verison of bootmii and preloader .29 JODI , hbc 1.0.6 too.

    HELP ME

    Bacht.
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    Status : Wii rev. reinstalling

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    the error with the bootmii restore is a common one and easily fixed:

    simply put the files (keys.bin and nand.bin) in root of the SD card, then:

    1) Start -> Run -> cmd
    2) Find the drive letter of your SD card, for example, F:.
    3) Type this, replace the X with the drive letter: cd X:\
    4) Type this: copy /b nand.bin + keys.bin nand.bin
    5) Restore your new nand.

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    Hmmm, cmd dont work..

    1 Run CMD
    2 Type in : CD H:\
    3 Type in : Copy /b nand.bin + keys.bin nand.bin
    3.5 Other option : Type in : CD H:\ copy /b nand.bin + keys.bin nand.bin

    Those two dont work for me...
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    Quote Originally Posted by Bacht View Post
    Hmmm, cmd dont work..

    1 Run CMD
    2 Type in : CD H:\
    3 Type in : Copy /b nand.bin + keys.bin nand.bin
    3.5 Other option : Type in : CD H:\ copy /b nand.bin + keys.bin nand.bin

    Those two dont work for me...
    you can do it with a hex editor too, read this: Bootmii beta 3 (V1.0) From a Different Wii Error

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    Nope , doesnt work..

    Proof:
    http://i35.tinypic.com/b87cp1.jpg
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    try:

    1) Start -> Run -> cmd
    2) Find the drive letter of your SD card, for example, F:.
    3) Type this, replace the X with the drive letter: X:
    4) Type this: copy /b nand.bin + keys.bin nand.bin
    5) Restore your new nand.


    so instead of cd f:\ just type f:

    this should change you to the correct location to run the command. Its not finding you nand.bin and your key.bin

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    Worked.
    Typed in the code , as response it says : nand.bin
    But the keys.bin is still there.
    I'm now testing throught RestoreMii...


    OH and BTW,

    The system menu black screen , is kinda cheese form , there holes in it.
    Hope you can do something with this.



    EDIT:
    RestoreMii Picked up 14 green blocks >.<
    So its stille bricked.

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    Last edited by Bacht; 10-18-2009 at 03:18 AM.
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    the keys bin should still be there, as it is being copied, so the original file will remain intact.

    Do you get any error message when restoring your nand?
    It should be a simple case of restoring it and then everyting back to normal!

    If all else fails you need to run wadmanager from HBC and re-install your system menu.

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    Re-copied the nand and keys bins , now its running again in RestoreMii , its on the half with 10 green blocks.

    The wierd thing is , i'm not getting any errors...

    Systemmenu reinstal , where can i find a guide?

    EDIT:
    Restoremii no succes , reinstall systemmenu ....
    Guide?
    Last edited by Bacht; 10-18-2009 at 03:38 AM.
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    no guide, its just a wad file, installed like any other wad file, just make sure you get the right one! google for a copy of NUS downloader, you can use that to download the system file wad direct from nintendo, then install it with wadmanager.

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