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    Quote Originally Posted by Bad_Ad84 View Post
    keys.bin OR nand.bin

    Nand has keys appended and would work on its on without keys.bin
    or use keys.bin for betwiin.

    either way
    That is correct, unfortunately the OP has neither.
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    I forgot to say, that I tried WiiFit - and got nothing. As I understand, it must be runned for the first time - but Wii already has WiiFit save. I tried to create new profile - but got no messages about current date. I tried WiiFit Plus - same story.
    I have the the very first Wii - board is 01 revision, but I got 4.3 on it - is this OK? Also, I can get second old Wii with 4.3 and the cutout pin on drivechip - as I understand, their NAND would be compatible - but would that help me, if I've got no any backups and keys? Would Infectus2 help me?
    And one more thing: as I understand, I made bad with the 4.3 update? Because second Wii have BootMii installed as IOS, not boot2.

    Thanks for helping me

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    Do not think about other wiis nand dumps, they are of no interest and will not help you.

    Yes, updating to 4.3 was a bad idea.

    What is the serial number of the broken Wii?

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    Well good news is, if all else fails you can have someone reprogram your nand and fix your wii.

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    I can do it with myself By this time I simply don't know what to do exactly I must use NAND programming- Low Level Brick recovery without bootmii thread? As I know, I need keys to re-program my current NAND - and I can take them with Infectus2 only, am I right?

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    I'm not sure what you're asking. Infectus, Infectus2, and a variety of higher end actual programmers (Bad_Ad84 owns such an ungodly expensive one, lol) can reprogram the NAND provided you have the keys and the NAND backup prior to the situation you've gotten yourself into.

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    No you are not right.

    You can not get the keys from a Wii that does not work.

    Fortunately you have a Wii that supports bootmii as boot2, which means just reprogramming the bootblocks of the NAND.

    Id recommend reading the 2 threads stickied in this forum and assume less

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    Excuse me for my terrible English

    I am sure that I can re-program TSOP48 NAND with myself with Willem Programmer - but I want to know, what exactly I must do: I have no any dumps and keys for this Wii, so how can I re-program it? As I know, I can't simply flash working system menu into it. Can you point to the thread or link, that I must read before re-programming? What specific info I must know to fix my Wii's NAND?

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    no Willem programmer supports NAND.

    However, this is a good start. You at least know the lingo, which package the chip comes in and I assume some soldering experience if you have a Willem already.

    edit:

    To answer your question, you do not needs keys for your Wii, it is an older one that will let you just flash bootmii directly into the bootblocks.

    Your first task is to dump the nand and find out which version of boot1 you have. then you need to find a dump with bootmii in it that matches that boot1 version - I can help you out here once you know your boot1 version.

    Your Willem programmer will not do it tho, as I said above they do not support NAND.
    Last edited by Bad_Ad84; 11-10-2010 at 10:01 AM.

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