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    I think you should make this a tutorial for 4.2 users because it worked! THAK YOU SOOOO SOOOO MUCH!

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    Ok I have an issue. Occasionally I've had the problem where my wii would be working fine, I'm playing games etc and I turn it off. Later when I go back to play more it sees the bootmii menus fine but when I try to go into system menu, or hbc channel I get a blackscreen/no signal error from my television. Now before this has happened maybe 2-3 times and I just restored my nand and everything worked again. Well last night I turned it on to yet again the same problem, but this time I restored the nand I had always used and nothing, same problem persist. I've now tried the method in the original post and when I boot my wii my television gets a unsupported mode error. The tv supports everything but 1080p so I'm not sure where to go from here. Also the wii does turn on using the wii mote. Anyone got a suggestion?
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    Quote Originally Posted by hayama987 View Post
    Ok I have an issue. Occasionally I've had the problem where my wii would be working fine, I'm playing games etc and I turn it off. Later when I go back to play more it sees the bootmii menus fine but when I try to go into system menu, or hbc channel I get a blackscreen/no signal error from my television. Now before this has happened maybe 2-3 times and I just restored my nand and everything worked again. Well last night I turned it on to yet again the same problem, but this time I restored the nand I had always used and nothing, same problem persist. I've now tried the method in the original post and when I boot my wii my television gets a unsupported mode error. The tv supports everything but 1080p so I'm not sure where to go from here. Also the wii does turn on using the wii mote. Anyone got a suggestion?
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    Backup your sd-card and format it
    Extract CB2_BB2_Dop-Ios_Mod-v11.5.zip to sd:\
    Boot your wii, dop-ios-mod should start, use ios249 or36
    Scan your wii, then post the dop ios report from your sd-card here.
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    Quote Originally Posted by mauifrog View Post
    Backup your sd-card and format it
    Extract CB2_BB2_Dop-Ios_Mod-v11.5.zip to sd:\
    Boot your wii, dop-ios-mod should start, use ios249 or36
    Scan your wii, then post the dop ios report from your sd-card here.
    TV just says Not Supported Mode when booting the wii with those instructions. Its a 720p tv. Has no problems displaying the bootmii screen normally so is there something I need to change ?

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    Quote Originally Posted by hayama987 View Post
    TV just says Not Supported Mode when booting the wii with those instructions. Its a 720p tv. Has no problems displaying the bootmii screen normally so is there something I need to change ?
    Try to replace the bootmii.ini file with the one from your bootmii folder.
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    Quote Originally Posted by mauifrog View Post
    Try to replace the bootmii.ini file with the one from your bootmii folder.
    Nope, same problem still.

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    Format you card and put your bootmii folder back on it
    extract SignCheck v0.3a to sd:\ make sure the dol and elf is at the root of the card
    Load bootmii and launch signcheck from the sd menu.
    Push reset many times, then post the cvs file here.
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    Quote Originally Posted by mauifrog View Post
    Format you card and put your bootmii folder back on it
    extract SignCheck v0.3a to sd:\ make sure the dol and elf is at the root of the card
    Load bootmii and launch signcheck from the sd menu.
    Push reset many times, then post the cvs file here.
    Hmm, I might be doing something wrong here. I put the boot.dol from the sigcheck zip in the root of my sd card and tried to boot from bootmiis sd menu, and it just says failed to boot.

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    In bootmii, what is your nand usage %.

    If it is very low, run the restore again.
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    Quote Originally Posted by mauifrog View Post
    In bootmii, what is your nand usage %.

    If it is very low, run the restore again.
    info screen on bootmii says...
    sysmenu: unknown boot1b boot2v2
    nand fs usage: 3.3%

    ill try and restore my oldest nand backup and see what happens, will let you know in a few.

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