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    Can HBC install via Bootmii or autobooting WAD Manager? If not...

    So while trying to get rid of whatever is bannerbricking my wii, I accidentally deleted the homebrew channel using anytitledeleter. Now I'm stuck with Bootmii (and I hadn't made a nand dump yet) and WAD manager via my Universal Unbrick Disc. I have a Drivekey, so I can run burnt discs off the health warning screen. I was hoping there was a way to reinstall HBC so I can go back to fixing my semi brick. Any help would be much appreciated.

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    Maybe you should try and fix your wii before reinstalling HBC. Do you have boot2? What wii version do you have?
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    Thanks for the quick reply. I have Preloader installed and Bootmii is on my boot2.

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    You can install HBC 1.03 via wad install- HBC.wad

    As for your brick, do you not know what brick you? When you get the the health and safty screen, hold + and -, then push A a few time while holding. Your wii may boot into maintenance mode- this would suggest a corruption of your message board.
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    I can get in! It was a message board brick? Didn't know that could happen! Now how to go about fixing it?

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    Do this-

    Det1re's Method
    First download Det1re's Mailbox Brick Fix.
    <!--quoteo(post=0:date=:name=Det1re)-->
    Quote Originally Posted by Det1re
    <!--quotec-->1. Copy "apps" and "fstoolbox" to your SD card root and overwrite if asked.
    2. Startup the Wii and boot HBC (you can use BootMii, Preloader or the Maintainance mode)
    to do so.
    3. From HBC, run FSToolbox r50 and follow the on-screen instructions until you see your
    Wii's file struct (import, meta, shared1, shared2, sys, ticket, title, tmp).
    4. Navigate to shared2/wc24/ and replace any file with the one from SD by pressing PLUS.
    5. Navigate to shared2/wc24/mbox/ and do the same there.
    6. End the app and restart the Wii. You will get a message that your Mail account is broken
    and will be restored.

    <!--coloro:#FF0000--><!--/coloro-->Doing the steps above will remove all your saved friends and all messages from your
    Message Board.
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    weird, I did that and I still am forced to boot into maint mode or I get a "system has corrupted files" error. I guess all I can do now is back up all my saves and format?

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    Sounds like a good plan. But before you do that, reinstall your system ios and system menu with wadmanager or dop-mii.
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    it's taking a really long damn time to format, it's been like an hour and it's still going. Is this normal?

    Edit: It's STILL formatting. I get the feeling it's gone into a glitch loop, but I don't want to pull the plug on it, because I know I might regret that later. Advice?

    Edit2: Ok, just went ahead and pulled the plug. Seems to be properly formatted, but it is STILL giving me this issue! Seems to be ok after a format, but as soon as you exit a game, instead of seeing the wii menu loading animation, it kicks me out to the health warning screen then gives me a "system corrupt" message again, the only way around it is to go to maint mode. What kind of weird brick is this? I have no damn clue how to go about fixing this, I thought that formating would be the end all fix!

    Edit3: I removed the mod chip to troubleshoot the problem, no difference. Grumble...
    Last edited by shorty1k; 03-19-2010 at 01:39 PM.

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    Hrm... you probably didn't format it properly, format it again.
    When you are done, attempt to update to System Menu 4.1 through a game such as NSMB or Dop-Mii, OR WadManager.

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