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    Wii brick no video nand emulation help

    Hello im just starting to get into the hacking state but ive got experience with hacking several things but mi wii got vrick becuz i had 3.2u then i updated to 4.1u the installation went fine but when i restarted my wii no video signal im wondering if nand emulation will fix my wii i just want to see a sign of wii recovery in progress this is gone on for about a month and i dont have preloader or bootmii boot 2 installed or hve a nand back up and i dont want to open my wii or send it to nintendo

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    Quote Originally Posted by nintendomaniac View Post
    Hello im just starting to get into the hacking state but ive got experience with hacking several things but mi wii got vrick becuz i had 3.2u then i updated to 4.1u the installation went fine but when i restarted my wii no video signal im wondering if nand emulation will fix my wii i just want to see a sign of wii recovery in progress this is gone on for about a month and i dont have preloader or bootmii boot 2 installed or hve a nand back up and i dont want to open my wii or send it to nintendo

    Did you downgrade from 4.2?

    Did you install ios60patched?
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    Is your video output cord plugged in?

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    Quote Originally Posted by mauifrog View Post
    did you downgrade from 4.2?

    Did you install ios60patched?
    yes i also used wininkos to upgrade to 4.0 or 4.1 i forgot i think that is were i made a mistake

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    Quote Originally Posted by nintendomaniac View Post
    yes i also used wininkos to upgrade to 4.0 or 4.1 i forgot i think that is were i made a mistake
    And you are sure you installed ios60, or did you just run the updater, or install it after the update.
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    i downgraded using region changer than upgraded i installed cios rev14 and 7

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    b4 i upgraded i intalled those cios

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    Quote Originally Posted by nintendomaniac View Post
    b4 i upgraded i intalled those cios
    OK, what guide did you follow. Perhaps we can look at it to see where you went wrong. Perhaps let the author know that downgrading then upgrading without install the system ios first is a guaranteed brick.

    Your wii is dead for good. You downgraded from 4.2 to 3.2, this left you with stubed ios50 and ios60, then you upgraded to 4.1 without install ios60. This leaves you with a 4.1 system menu running on a stubed io60, which sorry to say does not work.

    The only way to fix it would be to crack it open and solder about 15 wire directly to your nand and an infectus chip. That would allow you to re-flash your nand.

    Bootmii would be nice, could fix it in a few minutes, but you didn't install it.
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