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    Question Can I get WADManager on Startup?

    Hi. I'm a newb/noob. (Actually, this is my first post....) I was following a guide to downgrade my System Menu (not here) and I think I must have done something wrong because I sort of bricked.

    Well, "sort of" meaning low-level bricked. That is, I can turn my Wii "on", even with the Wiimote--but a blank screen appears, nothing else, not even the health & safety press A warning.

    What happened when I bricked my Wii? I installed an IOS with Wad Manager, but when I exited Wad Manager, blank screen. Held the power button for four seconds and then pressed it again. Blank screen.

    Since the brick is the cause of the IOS, maybe I reverse the brick by uninstalling the IOS...maybe?

    So is there any way to start WadManager on a low-level system failure brick? Maybe so, but not just any way: here's the worst part, I was using 4.2 when it bricked which judging by a lot of guides may be a stumbling block.

    Please help...

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    Sorry to be short, but it sounds like your screwed.

    Read this to see if there is any hope for you-
    OH SH*T: Black Screen of WII!!!
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    Yup. I read it earlier, but I'm still looking for a solution. I thought I installed bootmii as boot2, but guess not. The only thing about SaveMii/Frii is that I'm SM 4.2.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Knight of the Lake View Post
    Yup. I read it earlier, but I'm still looking for a solution. I thought I installed bootmii as boot2, but guess not. The only thing about SaveMii/Frii is that I'm SM 4.2.
    Does savemiifrii work? Does it enter the recovery menu, displaying 4.2?
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    I haven't actually tried it...why?

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    Quote Originally Posted by Knight of the Lake View Post
    I haven't actually tried it...why?
    I don't know why. Perhaps because it is the difference between a wii the does something and a wii not does nothing.
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    Ah. But you still need a boot disc higher than the SM you have, right?

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    Your right, whats to point. You may as well give up.
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    Yup. Just to make sure I'm not screwed. There reason I thought there might be a solution was because of the Read This First thread where if you have a full brick you can supposedly put in an SD card before you turn on your Wii and WadManager will start...

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    You did read this right?
    OH SH*T: Black Screen of WII!!!

    Those are your options.
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