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    I think it is your wifi module unless someone else has another idea?

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    thanks for your help mate

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    One side note: If it turns out that your wifi is not bad then you can always re-install your wii with comex nand formatter tool. So you can start with a clean installation if you like. Whenever you want to look into it, just send me a PM

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    I've never heard of wifi going down and I'm somewhat surprised that a Wii wouldn't work without it, after all it's not even in use on lots and lots of Wiis. It's not the bluetooth module, we can rule that out.

    Try to run one of these cboot2 signcheck files and posting the resultant signcheck.csv text that is created on your SD card.

    cboot2-signcheck.dol.zip
    cboot2_signcheck.elf.zip
    Not really doing much Wii stuff these days.

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    here is the signCheck

    SignCheck 0.3b aka loveSexWii build report
    Wii region Unknown?
    Wii unique device id 36945978

    IOS number "Trucha bug" "Flash access" "Boot2 access" "Usb2.0 IOS tree"

    IOS250 (ver 65535) Enabled Enabled Disabled Enabled
    IOS249 (ver 10) Enabled Enabled Disabled Enabled
    IOS60 (ver 6174) Disabled Disabled Disabled Disabled
    IOS55 (ver 4633) Disabled Disabled Disabled Disabled
    IOS53 (ver 4113) Disabled Disabled Disabled Disabled
    IOS50 (ver 4889) Disabled Disabled Disabled Disabled
    IOS38 (ver 3609) Disabled Disabled Disabled Disabled
    IOS37 (ver 2070) Disabled Disabled Disabled Disabled
    IOS36 (ver 1042) Enabled Enabled Disabled Disabled
    IOS35 (ver 1040) Enabled Enabled Disabled Disabled
    IOS34 (ver 1039) Enabled Enabled Disabled Disabled
    IOS33 (ver 1040) Enabled Enabled Disabled Disabled
    IOS31 (ver 1040) Enabled Enabled Disabled Disabled
    IOS30 (ver 1040) Enabled Enabled Disabled Disabled
    IOS21 (ver 514) Enabled Enabled Disabled Disabled
    IOS20 (ver 12) Enabled Enabled Disabled Disabled
    IOS17 (ver 512) Enabled Enabled Disabled Disabled
    IOS15 (ver 257) Enabled Enabled Disabled Disabled
    IOS13 (ver 10) Enabled Enabled Disabled Disabled
    IOS12 (ver 6) Enabled Enabled Disabled Disabled
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    Ok thanks for posting that. Notice the 'Wii Region Unknown?' I believe that is your problem.

    Your Wii may have IOS60 and a nicely working System Menu 4.x installed but with this region setting corrupted it will not work properly.
    Not really doing much Wii stuff these days.

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    so how could i fix this ?

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    Quote Originally Posted by Tealc View Post
    I've never heard of wifi going down and I'm somewhat surprised that a Wii wouldn't work without it, after all it's not even in use on lots and lots of Wiis.
    If you start a wii without wifi module it will not get into the menu. Believe me I have tried it

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    Ok fair enough Erikie.

    Still the Unknown issue is probably the fault here.

    I will get the expert on to help with this Unknown thing, I'm sure he'll be able to help, when he comes online. Sit tight.
    Not really doing much Wii stuff these days.

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    Teal'c I totally agree with you. Signcheck is a good program indeed. Should have thought of that too

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