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Thread: Wierd Screen, Wii system is corrupted Check owners manual

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    Is this considered a type of brick?

    I dont think that qualifies as a brick, but does sound like a pain in the butt! Since you have a nand backup w/ boot2 you dont really have anyhting to worry about. Maybe a corrupted ios, post a syscheck and someone will probably know what the problem is.

    Heh...check your sd card like Narse suggested, he is probably right.

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    I understand how it could be that, but why would the wii be saying its files are corrupt when im switching the the + to get to wiimc

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    Could be a corrupt channel install try deleting the wiimc channel and see if the problem goes away - I know people including myself have had this issue - If it doesnt resolve the issue try deleting another custom channel


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    ok how would i delte this, wad manager uninstall?

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    Quote Originally Posted by grind317 View Post
    ok how would i delte this, wad manager uninstall?
    first choice - wad manager
    second choice - data management


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    Dont do it via data management.

    if you can get into bootmii, you can use cb2 wad manager and uninstall them correctly.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Bad_Ad84 View Post
    Dont do it via data management.

    if you can get into bootmii, you can use cb2 wad manager and uninstall them correctly.
    Not if he hasnt got the wad that he installed it with, that is why I gave him option2


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    then use anytitle deleter, not data management.

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    all in all 3 suggestions - Whats the big issue with data management - I fully know its not the best way but an option in my o/p


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    Its just not a "clean" removal. Use data management as a last resort (i.e. you cant run homebrew, but can get into settings via wii fit).

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