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    I've found something that I saved on my Sd card in a bootmii folder and I would like to know if it is useful for my problem:

    armboot.bin
    bootmii.ini
    ppcboot.elf

    I'm thinking about getting the Infectus 2 chip to fix my problem, Is this a good idea ? Obvioulsy, I will not progam it myself.

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    You need the key.bin or nand.bin on sd:\
    If the wii is old enough to support boot2 bootmii, you can flash bootmii with infectus without key.bin or nand.bin
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    Ok, my girlfriend can't remember when she buy the wii (december 2007 or 08). Anyway, I just want to make sure wich infectus chip I have to buy depending on the version of the motherboard or they fit on every wii...

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    are you sure you want to do this? Do you have any soldering experience? if not don't start it.
    All infectus 2 chips (not the developer one) will suit your needs as you need to attach it to your nand. If you have the keys and nand.bin file as mauifrog stated then it does not matter from when your wii is. Otherwise you are in big trouble
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    If I need this chip, my friend who put the wikey 1 in the wii will do the job with no problem.

    I need to know something else. The homebrew channel was install and I saw Bootmii program in there, and I already played with it. But I didn't pay attention to it cause I was learning at the same time. With all the step I went trough after, as mention in my first post, does it mean the bootmii is still in the wii.
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    Quote Originally Posted by specjay View Post
    If I need this chip, my friend who put the wikey 1 in the wii will do the job with no problem.

    I need to know something else. The homebrew channel was install and I saw Bootmii program in there, and I already played with it. But I didn't pay attention to it cause I was learning at the same time. With all the step I went trough after, as mention in my first post, does it mean the bootmii is still in the wii.
    4.2 updates the boot2 in the wii to v4 and removes bootmii if it was installed there. The good news is that if you had bootmii installed previously (before the unwanted update) bootmii can be flashed into the nand with the infectus. Check out the installer.log file on your SD card to see if bootmii was / could have been installed in boot2
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