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    I scratched my wii sports and don't have any games too use on this. if i had no cd, i wouldn't be able too update system too 4.1 right? it would go straight too 4.2 or something?

    It also says BootMii not found too dangerous to continue! when i try and use RestoreMii, i dont know if i need a gamecube controller too get it working because it says press A+B+X+Y

    thnx for reading
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    dude after i formatted the wii nand, i still get the black screen.... i dunno what the hell is the problem, but i tried to format the nand twice and still got the problem, there is another problem is that i cant sync my remote to the wii, means i cannot connect the remote to the wii so help me ???
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    Quote Originally Posted by Jimmy01 View Post
    I scratched my wii sports and don't have any games too use on this. if i had no cd, i wouldn't be able too update system too 4.1 right? it would go straight too 4.2 or something?

    It also says BootMii not found too dangerous to continue! when i try and use RestoreMii, i dont know if i need a gamecube controller too get it working because it says press A+B+X+Y

    thnx for reading
    You have bootmii as an IOS, reread the tutorial as it mentions bootmii as IOS.

    Quote Originally Posted by c00ldodo View Post
    dude after i formatted the wii nand, i still get the black screen.... i dunno what the hell is the problem, but i tried to format the nand twice and still got the problem, there is another problem is that i cant sync my remote to the wii, means i cannot connect the remote to the wii so help me ???
    Sounds like faulty bluetooth module.

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    So I recently somewhat un-bricked my 6month old Banner Brick, and this was the final step needed to bring it back to 100%!!!!

    Thank you a ton Bad_Ad (already hit the thanks button on the OP) and everyone else on these forums for all your help!

    One thing to note: when I inserted NSMBW to update to 4.1, halfway through it stopped and said the system files are corrupted. I rebooted my Wii and everything was just like as if it really updated. I connected to the internet and updated again and everything is running just fine.

    Thanks again to everyone here! Now I'm off to donate

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    Bad_Ad84 i backed up my nand, then ran the nand formatter and it said installing and nothing has happened since,
    It says

    Installing /wad/DS_STO`1
    fsize: 6148.

    This is picture 11 of your great tutorial, did i do anything wrong ?
    How much would i have to pay you for you to do it for me ?

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    did you format your SD card first, like it says to?

    there shouldnt be a file that small attempting to install.

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    I tried formatting the SD card and it loads but gets stuck at [ press any button to continue ] and i press all the buttons and nothing happens.

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    Did you press Reset on the Wii when it asks that?

    It sounds like its not reading your SD card well, you should try another or formatting to fat16/fat32 (what ever is the opposite of what you did previously)

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    Thanks reformatted and that installation worked fine but now the wii rebooted and i have the opera screen brick now, so what should i do ?

    Quote Originally Posted by mauifrog View Post
    You need to restore your settings.txt

    Backup and format your sd-card
    Extract cboot2_wadmanager_1.5_mod.zip to sd:\
    Extract IOS16-64-v257-prod.zip to sd:\wad
    Extract IOS249-v14.zip to sd:\wad
    Boot the wii, wadmanager should start
    Select ios36
    Install ios16
    Reboot the wii, wadmanager starts
    Select ios16
    Install ios249

    Format sd-card
    Extract CB2_BB_System-Settings-Replace_MOD.zip to sd:\
    Copy settings.txt from PAL or NTSC to sd:\
    Boot the wii, replace your settings.txt

    I was going to use this but my wii remotes dont work, do i need a gamecube controller ?
    Last edited by Krank; 07-05-2010 at 01:10 AM.

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    Opera screen means your wii settings are wrong...

    use this version of the formatter:
    http://www.wiihacks.com/bricked-wii-...tml#post380023

    with this:
    http://www.wiihacks.com/bricked-wii-...tml#post379348

    with the second tool, enter you serial etc, save setting.txt to root of your sd card, you need the wad folder from first formatter too

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