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    Looking for NAND Programmer

    Hello, I messed up while I was tweaking with the WADs in my SD card. I couldn't get certain game disks to show on the channel, nor would they load through Neogamma.

    So then I installed a system menu version (can't recall) and that didn't solve it. Then I made a boneheaded mistake and removed the system menu I installed, not realizing that it had overwritten my current one. Soon as my Wiimote stopped responding, I restarted, BAM, instant brick.

    I've read over everything concerning this kind of brick. I can't get into Priiloader, can't load a SaveMii, can't do anything.

    I don't have the tools or the skill to reprogram the NAND myself. Is there someone who can help with my issue? I'd like to hire any programmer available.

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    Do you by any chance have Bootmii installed as boot2?

    Also, the programmer will need your NAND backup or if your Wii is old enough to have a vulnerable Boot1, boot2 can be injected into it.


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    That's the one where the Wii's disk tray blinks twice, right? If so, no.

    I have a NAND backup, but it's from another Wii. The Wii I bricked was bought since launch.

    I'm in Louisiana, so Indiana's a bit closer.

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    You mean your Wii was bought at launch? What is the first 6 digits of your serial number?

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    That's what I was told.

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    Definitely boot2 compatible so it can be fixed. Choose a programmer from the list I gave you and send out a PM to discuss services.

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