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Thread: Full Brick; new super mario bros V4.0E

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    Perhaps you don't have boot2 installed.

    When you power on the Wii does the DVD slot flash a couple of times or does it just light up once and then go off?
    Not really doing much Wii stuff these days.

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    hi i have same problem mines flash a couple of times any cure for this please

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    Yes it lights up once. And I think it's still able to read disks..?

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    Therick - Lighting up once is not what it will do if you have boot2 installed, see video of proper boot2 install

    The only thing you can really try without bootmii/boot2 is savemii, which is a method to access the recovery console using a savemii device or a modded gamecube controller (savemiifrii) Neither method really works with full bricks that yours seems to be right now. Worth a try though if you have a gamecube controller.
    Not really doing much Wii stuff these days.

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    try the bootmii files on a diffent sd card. my wii bootmii files dont work on certain sd cards

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    Quote Originally Posted by jamieupanddown View Post
    try the bootmii files on a diffent sd card. my wii bootmii files dont work on certain sd cards
    wow them above posts came quick.

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    I tried all but fails ><

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    Us Suggestion

    I have had this happen to me before. To get out of it I had to buy a chip called "SaveMii" from SaveMii - Wii Unbricking Device! - $54.50 : OzModChips.com, Australian Supplier of WiiKey, Drivekey, M3, R4DS and CycloDS

    It will set you back about $60 but you will really never have to worry about bricking again. Once you get it you need to insert the dongle into your gamecube save slot. After that you need a FACTORY game disc with a firmware update installed that is higher then your own firmware which since you have 4.0 I am not sure which game you can use. I would reccomend just renting whichever game you find from blockbuster so you don't end up paying another $60 for it.

    Once you have those follow the instructions in this video to recover:

    Now there is a similar procedure that can be done with a GC controller in place of the $60 SaveMii chip seen here: http://www.youtube.com/v/OPIzoqVizoQ&hl=en_US

    But I couldn't get that one to work very well. Best of luck to you!

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    It will set you back about $60 but you will really never have to worry about bricking again
    That's not true. The savemii will help you recover from a few different types of bricks but cannot and will not ever work with System Menu type full bricks.
    Not really doing much Wii stuff these days.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Tealc View Post
    Are you able to power on the Wii using the power button on the Wiimote?
    IF yes, does it mean that the bluetooth module is not broken?

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