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    Dsi error upon booting wii, will not reset

    i had my wii softmoded for the longest time. and the last time i played was last weekend. so today i turn it on and it went to the go to wii screens, homebrew channel, or other options. so i chose homebrew and it went black and came up with all these coding. top part says exception (dsi) occured. another part show that stack dump coding and the code dump coding. ive press reset and it says reload after i press it but nothing. ive disconnected the hard drive and took out the memory card and same thing. any tips on what to do??

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    so when ever i start the wii this is what i get and i can not go any further

    so any help is highly appreciated. I just hope its not bricked for good :/
    Last edited by rapture; 08-15-2010 at 05:34 PM.

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    Hmm, so you does it load the system menu at all? Or is it loading to priiloader or bootmii first. Please give more info. Try to boot the wii with the SD card removed.
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    Hm... weird. Usually DSI is just an error and you hold down the power button and turn off the wii and turn the wii back on. Can you load into priiloader? (By holding down the reset button)

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    that was weird. it will just automatically start like that and i tried everything everyone suggested earlier. so i turned it back on to give it a try and this time it work. how odd!! I got scared for a good moment!!! but thanks for everyone who replied

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    nvm its doing it again and it just stuck on it. when i hold the the reset button, the "reload" at the bottom of the screen appears but nothing (and i do hold the reset button for a massive amount of time). what can i do about this?

    and just to be clear, ive never had this problem till last week. its been working perfectly for the past year and i havent done anything new to the system. is there away for this to stop from happening?
    Last edited by rapture; 08-22-2010 at 08:09 PM.

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    Are you booting with the sd card removed?
    This behavior is typical of what happens when the console encounters corrupt data or an interuption in the flow of data, usually with the use of the sd card but not limited to that medium exclusively.
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    Quote Originally Posted by oddgriffin View Post
    Are you booting with the sd card removed?
    This behavior is typical of what happens when the console encounters corrupt data or an interuption in the flow of data, usually with the use of the sd card but not limited to that medium exclusively.
    yes i unplug the external hard drive and i remove the sd card and remove the disc from with in as well

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    Are you using any programs that use nand emulation like sneek or others (don't personally know much about this).
    I will move this to the bricked section.
    Don't have an excellent solution, but I would unplug it for at least 5 minutes to see if that helps, then reboot with no sd card.
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    i might be, im using some nes, snes, sega genesis emulation but dont remember which one.

    is there any way to get you in some sort of chat if you have the time only?

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