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    Please help not sure what kind of brick it is.

    I soft modded my wii and loading cios223 casued a system error. My wii would not load through the homebrew channel and I go "system corrupt file error code #004, so I did a system format to start fresh. Now I can turn on my wii get the health screen but no games will load nor will my sd card load. My screen goes black briefly then returns to the health screen. I had no preloader or backup installed on it. Is this a dead wii? Can I used the gamecube controller to load?
    Last edited by lilmama0304; 11-09-2010 at 06:06 PM.

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    These are retail games that will not load?
    Do you have a modchip installed?
    I don't think the system format was the best solution.
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    No retail games wii load
    No modchip

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    Since your on 4.3 without HBC or other custome channels installed, and you can't load game discs, your SOL. Unless you happen to have boot2 bootmii installed. Not sure what guide you followed, but it sucks.
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    bootmii would not load, so your final answer is just what I thought.

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    would installing a new disc drive solve the problem?

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    It is not likely to help. Did you have issue loading games before your system format? You could always try to format again.
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