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    Have you tried to boot the MMM250.iso?
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    Quote Originally Posted by mauifrog View Post
    Have you tried to boot the MMM250.iso?
    yes, still no luck..

    i got here an original korean wii fit plus. still no luck
    i patched the MMM250 to korrean as you said.. still, the disc stop spinning..

    edit:
    i've tried several AB disc. even AB wad manager. AB any title deleter. and made a sonic black knight modified to MMM (tested working on korean 003).

    test all the disc i burned again using wasabi dx set to KOR.
    still nothing happens.

    i still have a lot of dvd-r to burned here..
    i'm not gonna quit with this one.

    edit:
    ok, i patched the sonic black knight to KOR. still disc stop spinning.

    i need to get another KOR wii disc (maybe my wii fit plus is damage)

    the disc reading under Rm still bugging me, i need to learn how the wii read the disc under RM.
    what restrictions are there in recovery menu.
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    OK, I spent some time on this with my Korean wii. 3.2(kor) is caused by installing 3.2 onto a Korean wii without changing the region settings prior. Say you have a stock Korean wii and you install the 3.2u wad without changing the settings with anyregion changer. This will cause the wii to load a black screen after the health screen and display 3.2(kor) in the recovery menu. BTW, there is no 3.2k system menu, only 3.3k and up. I was not able to autoboot any disc with the wii in this condition, no games, no recovery discs, and I could not get the wii to update. I tried to remove the chip and set the dip switches to KOR, but still no luck. I do not think that this brick type can be fixed, but I have no supply of good discs, so I could be wrong. I would try this before giving up completely.
    Burn a 1:1 rip of AC:CF KOR or NSMB KOR, these are the only KOR games with SM update, which is 4.2k.
    Load the RM and try to update the wii, ensure the block disc update is disabled on the chip.
    If the update fails, remove the chip and try to set the dip switches to kor. Then try to update again.
    If the fails, if may be work a try to remove the chip and try to update from a retail copy of the two games above.
    If all that fails, which I think it will, the only way to fix it is via nand reprogramming if you happen to have the nand keys.

    So FYI, it is very bad to semi brick a Korean wii.
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    Quote Originally Posted by mauifrog View Post
    OK, I spent some time on this with my Korean wii. 3.2(kor) is caused by installing 3.2 onto a Korean wii without changing the region settings prior. Say you have a stock Korean wii and you install the 3.2u wad without changing the settings with anyregion changer. This will cause the wii to load a black screen after the health screen and display 3.2(kor) in the recovery menu. BTW, there is no 3.2k system menu, only 3.3k and up. I was not able to autoboot any disc with the wii in this condition, no games, no recovery discs, and I could not get the wii to update. I tried to remove the chip and set the dip switches to KOR, but still no luck. I do not think that this brick type can be fixed, but I have no supply of good discs, so I could be wrong. I would try this before giving up completely.
    Burn a 1:1 rip of AC:CF KOR or NSMB KOR, these are the only KOR games with SM update, which is 4.2k.
    Load the RM and try to update the wii, ensure the block disc update is disabled on the chip.
    If the update fails, remove the chip and try to set the dip switches to kor. Then try to update again.
    If the fails, if may be work a try to remove the chip and try to update from a retail copy of the two games above.
    If all that fails, which I think it will, the only way to fix it is via nand reprogramming if you happen to have the nand keys.

    So FYI, it is very bad to semi brick a Korean wii.
    you really know what's happening =) LOL
    i'll be updating this thread if i got a good news...
    i need to buy first those 2 disc that you said and learn a bit how RM works..

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    did you try make autoboot disc on wiifit korean or wiifit plus korean (not set on chip but set on disc)? and boot it on Recovery Menu? Does it boot?

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    ok here we go again.
    got something new....
    i got mario kart KOR version. and it's running smoothly.... (yeah!)
    tomorrow i'll make a backup copy of it then modify some files in it and see what will happen...

    i'll do some update after some test...

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    Try this
    You need Mario Kart KOR iso
    You need WIT- I used WIT v1.25b, 2011-01-10
    You need MMM-250.zip


    Extract the wit bin files to a dir, say c:\wit
    Extract MMM-250.zip to c:\wit
    Copy MK.iso to c:\wit
    I am using Windblows, so
    Click start, run- type cmd and hit enter
    The command shell will open
    Type cd \
    cd \wit
    wit mix mk.iso mmm-250.iso select DATA as chan header --dest mk-mmm.iso --overlay
    Let it do its thing
    Burn mk-mmm.iso good and proper
    Load mk-mmm.iso, install the MK channel- MMM should load.
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    Quote Originally Posted by mauifrog View Post
    Try this
    You need Mario Kart KOR iso
    You need WIT- I used WIT v1.25b, 2011-01-10
    You need MMM-250.zip


    Extract the wit bin files to a dir, say c:\wit
    Extract MMM-250.zip to c:\wit
    Copy MK.iso to c:\wit
    I am using Windblows, so
    Click start, run- type cmd and hit enter
    The command shell will open
    Type cd \
    cd \wit
    wit mix mk.iso mmm-250.iso select DATA as chan header --dest mk-mmm.iso --overlay
    Let it do its thing
    Burn mk-mmm.iso good and proper
    Load mk-mmm.iso, install the MK channel- MMM should load.
    not working.....
    any kor games that has a movie on the start?
    maybe it will work.

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    Quote Originally Posted by hvckz View Post
    not working.....
    any kor games that has a movie on the start?
    maybe it will work.
    What happens? What would you do with a game with a movie?

    Try this, open the kor MK.iso in wiicrubber, use these files with the korean key KOR-wiiscrubber.zip
    Make a backup on the MK.iso first as this may muck it up
    Load the wiiscubber with the kor key, open up your kor MK.iso
    replace the main.dol with the boot.dol from multi mod manager
    Burn that and boot it
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    Quote Originally Posted by mauifrog View Post
    What happens? What would you do with a game with a movie?

    Try this, open the kor MK.iso in wiicrubber, use these files with the korean key KOR-wiiscrubber.zip
    Make a backup on the MK.iso first as this may muck it up
    Load the wiiscubber with the kor key, open up your kor MK.iso
    replace the main.dol with the boot.dol from multi mod manager
    Burn that and boot it
    did this already with the ordinary wiiscrubber...
    gonna try the wii scrubber with korean key..
    update you later froggy!

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