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    Quote Originally Posted by streamlinehd View Post
    Note: If you are programming on board you will have to short the data 0 wire from the nand to ground for a second upon powering up the Wii. After the short is made you can reconnect the data wire back to the Infectus and begin programming.
    Wire doesnt need to be disconnected from the infectus.

    You can fit a push button that connects ground to D0 while the wire is connected to the nand. Hold this button while booting the wii and then release and program

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    Quote Originally Posted by Bad_Ad84 View Post
    Wire doesnt need to be disconnected from the infectus.

    You can fit a push button that connects ground to D0 while the wire is connected to the nand. Hold this button while booting the wii and then release and program
    Yeah I know. I used to have a N/O switch wired to my Infectus which connected the ground when pressed. I would assume people who know how to do that sort of thing would realize they can incorporate a switch to make things easier . I'll add a note to the guide on this.
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    Also true.

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    Problems with flashing of Bootmii backup

    Hello,
    I have a full bricked newer Wii (Black) here with the following NAND Chip: Hynix H27U4G8F2DTR

    Also I have a bootmii backup for this console. When I flash this backup to the NAND with the Infectus 2 everything seems to be ok. I use the "update and compare" function.
    After I switched of the wii and switch it on again and compare the backup with the actual NAND again, the program show a difference in block 102 and the blocks 4064-4091.
    I tried this serveral times, but always the named blocks are after a restart different.

    Has anybody experiences with this NAND Chip and the Infectus 2???

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    Flo51

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    The wii writes logs when its booted, of course the contents of the nand will change if you power it on and off again... Why are you even doing that if the update and compare worked?

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    I flashed the whole NAND Backup with the "update and compare" function successfully. But when I connect the console to the tv it still shows a black screen. so I connected it back to the infectus and recognized that the blocks 102 and 4064-4091 are different now.

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    Bluetooth or wifi

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    Quote Originally Posted by Flo51 View Post
    I flashed the whole NAND Backup with the "update and compare" function successfully. But when I connect the console to the tv it still shows a black screen. so I connected it back to the infectus and recognized that the blocks 102 and 4064-4091 are different now.
    Does the drive light blink when you power the console on or does it stay solid?


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    @streamlinehd: The drive led blinks once when I switch on the wii.

    @Bad_Ad84: I will try other modules today.

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    Bad_Ad is right it's likely your BT or Wifi modules.
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