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    Question Why I can't do the SaveMiiFrii metod?

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    I've got a full brick on my Wii, caused by an update.
    I didn't do a backup of the NAND and I don't have boot as boot 1. Also I didn't install boot mii.

    I tried using SaveMiiFrii metod but I got nothing. Can you help me please?

    PS: I have readed about autoboot disks, can I run HC autoboot disk without SaveMiiFrii?

    Thanks a lot

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    You can't use savemiifrii on a full brick. The only option is Bootmii boot2 or to reflash your nand. If you could only install Bootmii as IOS then reflashing your nand is your only option and you will need a working nand backup or your keys to recover.

    Autoboot recovery disks won't work at this point. I'm assuming you deleted your system menu IOS or tried installing your system menu to a stub? I see you said you bricked via an update but it wasn't an official update correct?
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    Yes, I updated it with the FFCC iso game.

    Can I do the Smash Stack?

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    Quote Originally Posted by Curiosito2 View Post
    Yes, I updated it with the FFCC iso game.

    Can I do the Smash Stack?

    It shouldn't be a full brick then. Did you ever upgrade your system menu and then downgrade it? E.G. Did you ever upgrade to 4.3 then downgrade to 4.1 or anything like that? If not, it shouldn't have bricked at all unless you interrupted the update.
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    Yes, I downgraded it because the Smash Brawl game didn't work. So I take Internet tutorials to downgraded it.
    As I can remember, the firmware that my Wii had before Final Fantasy update was 3.2U

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    Yeah then you probably installed to a stub. See if you did an official upgrade from let's say SM 4.0 to SM 4.2 then the upgrade would install a stub to IOS60, IOS30. If you then downgrade to 3.2 via a tutorial it would have you first install IOS30 and then downgrade. If you then do a disc update with system menu 4.1 then it will install to IOS60 which is a stub and cause a full brick. In this case your only option is what I said in my first post.
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    What are my solutions for unbricking my Wii?
    I don't want to open my Wii, but if there is no other solution, I can open it

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    If you do have a full brick which it sounds like you do then your only option is to send it to someone who can reflash your nand but you will need a copy of a working nand.bin from your console. If you don't have that then they may be able to flash your boot2 with bootmii and recover however your console needs to be capable of boot2 Bootmii. Depending on where you are located you should contact Bad_Ad84 or erikie and see if they can do this for you. I'm in the process of learning to flash but not ready to do this just yet so contact those guys for now.
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    Okay, thank you very much

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    You got it. Good Luck!
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