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    Black screen, won't turn on, no IOS60

    Ah yes, I deleted the IOS60 in WAD (Long story) using 4.1E was wondering if there's any hope for me, I backed up the Nand before I started it, however I can't use it since it won't turn on. Is there any hope for me? Or is it just a brick now? Unfortunately I did it as IOS instead of boot 2 :/.
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    would need to send the wii to be reprogrammed with your nand backup.

    depends where in the world you are as to who is closest.

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    In England, was hoping it would be fixable on my own guess not, at least now I know not to mess with the IOS's.

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    you should never ever mess with ios's below 200 unless to told to by someone on this site (well a respected member of this site) but lesson learned :P

    ^^^^^^^^pimpness from the mighty bmarlo ^^^^^^^^

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    Well, I'm in England and do those repairs. Drop me a PM if you want to go that route.

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    Quote Originally Posted by robgee789 View Post
    you should never ever mess with ios's below 200 unless to told to by someone on this site (well a respected member of this site) but lesson learned :P
    Misread a guide wrong, in one step it was telling me to install IOS60 if I had a certain version, then next step it was telling me to never uninstall ISO60 I misread it and got a little confused and thought it was telling me to never install it if I didn't have that version in the previous step :/.

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