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    oh crap. no luck then. i guess i ll just not brick my wii then

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    @erikie
    Could you take a briked wii, with out a nand dumd and without boot2 bootmii compatability. Take this wii and dump the bricked nand and extract the key? If you could, could you then take a nand dump of a compatible wii and change the key, then flash that back?

    Also, what do you think about the solderless method described here below?
    Wii brick fixing. Using an infectus tutorial

    And could someone not make some kind of clip or similare that would fit over the nand temporarily?
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    You can only use a nand flasher if you:
    a) have a previously made nand backup and you have your wii keys.
    b) have a boot1 that is vulnerable and can have bootmii installed
    otherwise it won't work. There is no way to get your keys from a bricked wii without bootmii in it. Too bad and I hope there will be a way in the future otherwise I end up with heaps of unrepairable mainboard at home

    The tutorial looks good but the solderless method looks a bit problematic to me. However it is worth a try if you are not good in soldering.

    A clip would be the best thing to have but it could be hard to make or very expensive. Don't know.

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    Quote Originally Posted by erikie View Post
    You can only use a nand flasher if you:
    a) have a previously made nand backup and you have your wii keys.
    b) have a boot1 that is vulnerable and can have bootmii installed
    otherwise it won't work. There is no way to get your keys from a bricked wii without bootmii in it. Too bad and I hope there will be a way in the future otherwise I end up with heaps of unrepairable mainboard at home

    The tutorial looks good but the solderless method looks a bit problematic to me. However it is worth a try if you are not good in soldering.

    A clip would be the best thing to have but it could be hard to make or very expensive. Don't know.
    Yes, I have no soldering experience. What do you think about the items listed HERE.

    Would it be possible to use a micro or nano plunger to clip onto the nand leads? Just clip them on, like alligator clips?
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    pitch of 1mm is too big (nano plunger)
    those pins are very small of the nand chip.

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