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    I changed the wifi und the bluetooth modules, but the screen stays black.
    Any other idea?

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    I don't know the history of your brick but I'm just throwing this out there. It may be a bad AV encoder. Try changing cables types and see if it will boot. If you have composite then try component and vise versa.

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    Also is it 100% the correct dump for this wii? Despite being told a million times, people still try to use dumps from other wiis.

    Failing that and you have tried known working modules, it could certainly be the av encoder..

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    Amazing, this guide saved my wii's life(well actually its my cousins wii). I know it wasn't recommended but I use the on-board method(the solderless method)[Noobies don't do this unless you want to sit in a chair for hours[6-8 hours]] At first the xavbox program didn't recognized my wii because I had data 0 to ground with a momentary switch. Xavbox recongnized it when I didn't pressed the momentary switch (If your doing the on-board method and you get errors in xavbox try not shorting data 0 to ground) Well after it recognized my wii's nand I did the step 5, everything went well untill I had to write blocks 4080-4095, xavbox said that the file was small or not long, so I press the relative offset option and it work.(Thanks Deadlyfoez). Than everything else went well and I injected bootmii into the wii's nand..... Seriously, I you decide to do this method than you have to be an extremely lucky guy and you have to do your searches. This guide wasn't the only thing I've read, I've read like three other guides(GOOGLE) like 10 times and I knew what I had to do in some situations.

    Well, thanks again Streamlinehd, Bad_Ad84, Krafter and the rest of you wiihacks moderaters
    Last edited by Jordan55; 02-23-2011 at 02:21 PM. Reason: typo

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    Quote Originally Posted by Jordan55 View Post
    Amazing, this guide saved my wii's life(well actually its my cousins wii). I know it wasn't recommended but I use the on-board method(the solderless method)[Noobies don't do this unless you want to sit in a chair for hours[6-8 hours]] At first the xavbox program didn't recognized my wii because I had data 0 to ground with a momentary switch. Xavbox recongnized it when I didn't pressed the momentary switch (If your doing the on-board method and you get errors in xavbox try not shorting data 0 to ground) Well after it recognized my wii's nand I did the step 5, everything went well untill I had to write blocks 4080-4095, xavbox said that the file was small or not long, so I press the relative offset option and it work.(Thanks Deadlyfoez). Than everything else went well and I injected bootmii into the wii's nand..... Seriously, I you decide to do this method than you have to be an extremely lucky guy and you have to do your searches. This guide wasn't the only thing I've read, I've read like three other guides(GOOGLE) like 10 times and I knew what I had to do in some situations.

    Well, thanks again Streamlinehd, Bad_Ad84, Krafter and the rest of you wiihacks moderaters
    I just bought an Infectus 2 for $60 today so I could do this. I wired the Infectus directly to the NAND. Every time I clicked Ident in Xavbox I got the Fabricant inconnu / Type inconnu ! error. I re-did my wiring 3 times even though I completely checked it over the first time and it was all good.

    How am I suppose to turn the Wii on when reading the NAND? Do I just plug the power cord in only and hit the power button on the front of the Wii's motherboard? Am I suppose to have anything else hooked up to the Wii, as I am working with only the bare motherboard.

    Anyways, Wii is garbage; wasted $60 and an entire day doing this .

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    Are you doing this?

    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.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Krafter View Post
    Are you doing this?
    Yes, I've tried that; I've also tried it without that.

    For some reason, I could not complete the following step:
    6. Choose to install a device filter and click next. Locate USB Composite Device with pid: 4f11, if you see multiple devices with the same ID, look for the one that says Standard USB Host Controller select it and click Install.
    I did not see that device in the list; I did not see any device in the list.

    BTW I am using a laptop with Windows 7 32-bit, if that changes anything.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Twinbird View Post
    How am I suppose to turn the Wii on when reading the NAND? Do I just plug the power cord in only and hit the power button on the front of the Wii's motherboard? Am I suppose to have anything else hooked up to the Wii, as I am working with only the bare motherboard..
    If your doing the on-board method. You have to

    1. Press and hold the momentary switch that you installed onto the infectus so you can short data 0 to ground.
    2. Plug in the power cable into your Wii.
    3. Press the power button so the LED becomes green (When you first plugged in the power cord the Wii may have automatically powered up with a green LED)
    4. 1 second or so after powering up your Wii, release the momentary switch
    5. Now plug in the USB cable for the Infectus into your PC.

    It is recommended to have the heat sink and thermal pads on the Wii. Also use a computer fan to keep the Wii cool, because making a backup can take a long time. (It took mine 1 hour).

    This is all from deadlyfoez Infectus Guide

    Quote Originally Posted by Twinbird View Post
    For some reason, I could not complete the following step:

    I did not see that device in the list; I did not see any device in the list.

    BTW I am using a laptop with Windows 7 32-bit, if that changes anything.
    This I don't really know, wait for the Wii brick moderators to tell you. For me, I also didn't have any USB with pid:4f11, but I did have this one USB with a different pid number, since it was the only USB, I decided to install it.
    Last edited by Jordan55; 02-27-2011 at 01:07 PM.

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    How to connect the TSOP48 Adapter to the computer?!?!?!

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    the tsop48 adaptor is wired (soldering) to the infectus-2 module,
    the infectus-2 is connected to computer via usb cable.

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