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    Quote Originally Posted by Bad_Ad84 View Post
    This guide seems to be missing the fact you need to pull D0 to ground as the wii boots to halt the boot process and allow programming on board.
    Because this guide doesn't support the on board methods. However, 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. After the short is made you can reconnect the data wire back to the Infectus and start programming. Yes you can program on board with the BT and wifi modules disconnected.
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    then is it recommended to remove the Bluetooth and WiFi module?
    i remove the chip from the mobo.. and i remove the BT and WIFI just because i flip the mobo over and back and forth... to prevent from breaking!!!


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    Well, as you have the wiring for onboard, you should include that info in the spoiler IMO, or remove the pic as on board is just a pain anyway

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    Quote Originally Posted by Bad_Ad84 View Post
    Well, as you have the wiring for onboard, you should include that info in the spoiler IMO, or remove the pic as on board is just a pain anyway
    I mainly included those diagrams to outline the traces for the vais just in case someone rips a pad off the board when removing the NAND. Anyhow, I did add that information to on board spoiler for people attempting one of the on board methods.
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    Works for me

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    hi guys,

    i have a problem over here.
    got a bricked board here, got a nand backup, but when i try to flash it back to the nand, directly from block 0 got the message "block 0 different.

    when i read out the first 7 block and open it in a editor, i only see from beginnning FFFF.
    what can be the problem and solution?

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    Quote Originally Posted by blackeye2602 View Post
    hi guys,

    i have a problem over here.
    got a bricked board here, got a nand backup, but when i try to flash it back to the nand, directly from block 0 got the message "block 0 different.

    when i read out the first 7 block and open it in a editor, i only see from beginnning FFFF.
    what can be the problem and solution?
    Are you programming on board or externally? You need to check your wiring (particularly your voltage and ground wires). Also make sure the legs of the nand are clean and making a good connection in your adapter (if programming externally). This is also all explained in the troubleshooting section of the guide.
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    i flash externly,
    the strang part is, when i look at the first 7 blocks from the nand.bin, they are different whats is on the nand from the wii.
    olso when i try to flash the first 7 blocks from the backup back, they are still different

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    i got the infectus and a externa tsop socket and soldered wires from infectus to the tsop socket, it detects fine in xavbox and i can read

    here is the problem

    reading and writing to samsung works fine and i unbricked some wiis with it

    reading any hynix works, but writing alsways crashed the program , sayins something like "devide by 8"

    any help? i get more hynix then samsungs to unbrick..

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    Weird,

    I get Samsung/Hynix in a 90%/10% ratio and Samsungs were the ones most have trouble with.

    I guess a screenshot of the error message and details of program versions etc are required

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