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    Is this a full brick with no hope of recovery?

    I had 4.1U I believe, and tried an IOS60 patch to play WAD's off SD card.... well it seems to have not gone over so well. My Wii is broke!

    The Wii turns on and I hear the drive start up but I don't even get a black screen, it just stays at the TV's blue screen.. the wii does turn on via wiimote.

    I had BootMii installed, but as an IOS I guess because I cant get it running from SD card on boot.. and I dont have preloader/priiloader installed since holding reset button does nothing.

    I've got a full bootmii backup, but I guess that's useless....

    I cant try the recovery mode with savemiifrii at the moment since I dont have a GC controller .. ive got a wireless one but it doesnt connect to the dongle until after the wii is already on... but would it even matter?


    is there anything i can do? will one of those universal unbrick discs work? would the savemii dongle work? the infectus thing? if i tried to send it back to nintendo would they repair it? or not because theyd know i had all this modified stuff on it?

    any help at all for me? lol (or not so lol, really )

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    Give this a read for any options you may have.
    OH SH*T: Black Screen of WII!!!
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    If you have a nand backup you can use a hardware nand flasher to flash it back into the nand. Infectus can be used for such a purpose.
    It is worth a shot if you can handle the soldering yourself

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    Quote Originally Posted by erikie View Post
    If you have a nand backup you can use a hardware nand flasher to flash it back into the nand. Infectus can be used for such a purpose.
    It is worth a shot if you can handle the soldering yourself
    NO SOLDERING NEEDED FOR THE INFECTUS CHIP...

    Wii brick fixing. Using an infectus tutorial. - GBAtemp.net

    Take a look at the above Guide...Looks Like Good news for us folks with bad eyes

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