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    Brick after unsuccessfull installing of Priiloader

    Hi, I was trying to install priiloader on my USA wii following this tutorial: http://www.wiihacks.com/recommended-...8-0-4-r78.html. I downloaded "System Menu 4.2U" and "IOS70patched" and tried to install both with the WAD-Manager_v1.7. The "System Menu 4.2U" got an error, then I exited the Wad Manager and a kind of error screen with lots of numbers and letters appeared. I reseted the wii and went to the Magager again to uninstall the wad that got the error. it went Ok, but when I was exiting the Wad manager, the "error" screen appeared agin. I turned off the wii, and when I tried to turn it on again it did not turn on.
    I would be very happy if someone could help me. I dont know what to do to get the Wii working again.
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    Did you install IOS70 patched first?

    Uninstalling System Menu or IOS70 will have full bricked your Wii, it's like deleting the Windows folder on a Windows PC that has no USB ports and no CD/DVD ROM. I'm assuming you didn't actually get to the installing Priiloader part.

    How old is the Wii? Do you have bootmii/boot2 installed? Do you have a NAND backup? Is the Wii under warranty? Do you have some spare cash to fix the damage you have caused?

    Not sure why but your message was Moderated (along with the duplicate).
    Not really doing much Wii stuff these days.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Tealc View Post
    Did you install IOS70 patched first?

    Uninstalling System Menu or IOS70 will have full bricked your Wii, it's like deleting the Windows folder on a Windows PC that has no USB ports and no CD/DVD ROM. I'm assuming you didn't actually get to the installing Priiloader part.

    How old is the Wii? Do you have bootmii/boot2 installed? Do you have a NAND backup? Is the Wii under warranty? Do you have some spare cash to fix the damage you have caused?

    Not sure why but your message was Moderated (along with the duplicate).

    sorry about the duplicated post (i've never posted anything)

    1 my wii has more than 6 years
    2 yep, I installed ios70 first
    3 no, I dont have bootmii, boot2 nor NAND backups.
    4 isn't under warranty
    5 the idea was not to spend money, but i have some available if there is no other way

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    Quote Originally Posted by Tealc View Post
    it's like deleting the Windows folder on a Windows PC that has no USB ports and no CD/DVD ROM.
    is there any way to put this "folder" trough the SD?

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    You would be happier if you had installed bootmii as boot2. This wii can not be fixed without a nand programmer. You can send it out to someone who does this thing or do it yourself. There is a guide about nand programming linked at the top of this section, but it is complictaed.
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    Thanks mauifrog. I'm sad because I was downloading the Mario Galaxy 2, but i now have to postpone the game and start the hard work to fix my wii.

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