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    hmm okay, and how get bootmii the keys?
    bootmii must know, where the keys.bin are hidden .. or not?

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    Quote Originally Posted by The Comedian View Post
    hmm okay, and how get bootmii the keys?
    bootmii must know, where the keys.bin are hidden .. or not?
    As I already stated, bootmii gets the keys from the Hollywood chip, and can therefore not be extracted by dumping with the infectus.
    So unless you have a working Wii, there is nothing you can do, you got yourself a Wii that cant be fixed.

    You are sure that you didnt backup the Wii with bootmii after installation of HBC?

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    Ok, thank you

    Another Problem ...

    I have a wii with nand backup.
    I use the onboard wiring ....
    With gnd bridg, the NAND is not present on Infectus Flash Programmer.
    Without bridge ... the NAND is alright present on Infectus Flash Programmer.

    So i have the nand backup flash without gnd bridge into the NAND.
    Now the blue light on drive is always lighting blue .....

    If i have use the Option .. Update and Compare, i get an error like´s ...

    Bloc1 different
    Blo1 update
    failed!

    I have remove the completly nand without bridge and a new flash was also not possible

    What make i wrong?
    With gnd bridge ... i get the Error .. Fabricant inconnu / Type inconnu

    Without the gnd bridge .. the nand is known as Samsung ..... but the flash doesn´t works .. btw... Bloc1 update failed.
    please help me.... what can.... or what must i do?

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    It sounds to me like you either got the onboard wiring wrong, or that the nands you are trying to flash to have a bad block at block 1.

    If it's a bad block at block 1 then you're kind of in a pickle, cuz that were the boot blocks are supose to be (blocks 0-7). That could generate the problem you are having, with a steedy blue light from the drive, indicating that the Wii has not booted past boot 2. If this is the case, the only idea I have is to try and perform an erase of sectors 0-7 and try again, that might work but no garantues

    To make sure that the onboard wiring it right, use some kind of ohm-meter or continuety tester to verify all connections. With regards to this, when doing the read of blocks 4080-4095 and then doing a update and compare (with the relative offset set) do you get any errors?
    And lastly the thing you note with the gnd bridge sounds right to me, I think you have misunderstood what you need to do to get it working. Try the following:
    1) Make sure all onboard wiring are ok
    2) Solder some kind of push button between D0 and GND
    3) When POWERING UP the Wii, hold down the push button, a release its hold after about 5 seconds
    4) With the push button released, try to do the ident with Infectus Flash Programmer
    5) Do the 4080-4095 test
    6) If is successed, try to do a full nand flash with the update and compare option.

    Remember that the nand backup has to be from the same Wii, or that you have used the keys from this specific Wii to either generate a new nand build or rebuild it from a donor nand with same boot1 and boot2 (or higher).

    Hope this can help you a bit forward.

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    Hi

    At first - thank you for your help!
    I dont understand it

    I have testet ... to usw the bridge from 1 to 10 seconds.... now 30 replies
    the connections are okay, i used the multimeter.

    There is alwasy the Problem ... when i make the GND to 0 bridge, the nand is not possible in the Flash Infectus programm.

    So i have testet without bridge and in the Infectus Programmer there is seen the Samsung NAND on the first Retrie.

    Now, i have testet without the Bridge to read bloc 4080 - 4095.

    Read was possible
    Write with update and compare was possible.
    No error or nothing

    I have tested ... without the bridge flash the completly nand.
    I get the error as same ...

    bloc 1 differnet
    Bloc 1update failed
    Finnished

    Edit:
    my cable are between 8 - 10 cm
    i use 3 gnd ponits
    i use the 3,3v point on infectus
    Last edited by The Comedian; 08-04-2011 at 05:00 AM.

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    Quote Originally Posted by The Comedian View Post
    Hi
    At first - thank you for your help!
    I dont understand it
    You're welcome.

    Quote Originally Posted by The Comedian View Post
    I have testet ... to usw the bridge from 1 to 10 seconds.... now 30 replies
    the connections are okay, i used the multimeter.

    There is alwasy the Problem ... when i make the GND to 0 bridge, the nand is not possible in the Flash Infectus programm.

    So i have testet without bridge and in the Infectus Programmer there is seen the Samsung NAND on the first Retrie.
    Try this instead..
    Make a bridge between GND and D0 (or 0 as you refer to), and turn the Wii on. After you have turned the Wii on (and this is the important part which i think you dont understand) remove the bridge between GND and D0.

    Now you can try and use Infectus Flash Programmer to see if it sees the nand as samsung.

    Quote Originally Posted by The Comedian View Post
    Edit:
    my cable are between 8 - 10 cm
    i use 3 gnd ponits
    i use the 3,3v point on infectus
    Shouldnt be a problem, sounds to me like the only problem is what i'm trying to get you do do above.

    I know it's tricky, so if there is something you dont understand in what im writing, let me know which part it is, and ill try explaining it elsehow.
    What im trying to have you do is something like in the picture from this zip which i used myself from the infectus website:
    http://www.infectus.biz/downloads/Infectus_on_Wii.zip

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    Comedian, where are you from? What country..?

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    Hi

    Okay, thank you
    Now, i must change my wiring.
    But i see btw. i miss the point V on your picture.
    It´s not important?

    I know, my english is not the best :P
    I´m from Austria.

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    The point V is mainly to provide supply voltage to the nand itself.

    I see that the picture I sent you hasn't added this, which is an error.. Wiring should be made like this:
    http://www.infectus.biz/diagrams/Nand_Flash_Wii.jpg

    The previous picture was just to tell you how I would do the GND to D0 bridge =)

    If it would help you further I can try explaining some of the key parts in German. My German however is a bit rusten, but I could give it a shot.

    Here's a German version:
    Der Punkt V wird hauptsächlich zur Spannungsversorgung der NAND benutzend.

    Ich sehe, dass dies in das Bild Ich dich gesandt hat nicht angewandt ist, das ist ein Fehler.. Die Verkabelung sollte so vorgenommen werden:
    http://www.infectus.biz/diagrams/Nand_Flash_Wii.jpg

    Das bisherige Bild war einfach zu sagen, wie ich den GND zu D0 Brücke gemäht habt =)

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    I have infectus and 360-clip
    360-clip!

    I just follow the diagram in the lower middle of this pic right?

    http://www.wii-clip.com/360/Nand_Flash_Wii_800.jpg

    I don't need to solder anymore the GND and 5v from the motherboard to the infectus right?

    i got a bricked 4.3u black wii with bootmii as ios and nand.bin...

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