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Thread: My wii bricked no audio no video :(

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    yes. change the motherboard.

    sorry for my short answer, but my english is very bad

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    yes. change the motherboard.

    sorry for my short answer, but my english is very bad
    lol it doesn't matter
    thanks for helping me , and thanks all of u guys I'm gonna change motherboard

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    i have the same problem y black brick my wii, because i deleate the system menu, im trying to found what motherboard i need to change, the main motherboard or the motherboard that was part of a dvd len, do you found this motherboard and where i need to buy one, have pics.

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    I Was told that chaning motherboard is for 85$

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    i understand friend, but where i buy the motherboard, do you have a link or a place to buy, i made a search thru the internet and i dont know what i need to buy

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    You'll most likely find a motherboard on eBay. Make sure you get a motherboard though and not the DVD pcb as there's a big difference. The motherboard has the processors and stuff on and should be easily recognisable. More expensive though than sending it back to Nintendo for out of warranty repair.
    Not really doing much Wii stuff these days.

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    I don't know , Maybe in eBay like what tealc said.
    I have a store in my country for reparing wiis , I don't know about ur country

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    i just looking for a motherboard, because my wii its black brick, i have boot mii instaled but not a copy of a nand, i do a lot of process with the wii, but i can run none of them because the game cube remote doesnt start with the letter A, i dint know if its because its a replica of a game cube control or i dont know why other people fix this situation and i cant

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    Bootmii does not require a NAND backup to recover a Wii. It just needs to be installed as boot2 and you can recover your Wii from whatever state you got it into.

    Bootmii installed as IOS is about as much use as a chocolate fireguard when it comes to brick recovery.

    Which Bootmii install do you have?
    Not really doing much Wii stuff these days.

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    yeah right friend, so lets me know if i have installed the boot mii as boot2 , why i cant run nothing, i can access the hbc thru the boot mii, the wad manager too, but i cant start or run the program, because the fucking controller doesnt do nothing, so my big problem now its how to run this programs if the controll doent work, ita a game cume controller, the ones that sell game stop store, i think its a replica, do you think that this its the problem, i dont want to go and buy another controll and sitll the same proble, and the controller its new. that i need to take out the chip or not to do the process

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