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    Try this:

    1. Download this and unpack it to your SD card.
    2. Place SD card in your Wii and boot.
    3. MMM should start
    4. Scroll down to "Load another IOS" and press A.
    5. Choose IOS249 and press A.
    6. Scroll up to "Wad Manager" and press A.
    7. Press 1 to install all wads and then press A.
    8. Let it finish and reboot when done


    With any luck you will have a work Wii again.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Krafter View Post
    Try this:

    1. Download this and unpack it to your SD card.
    2. Place SD card in your Wii and boot.
    3. MMM should start
    4. Scroll down to "Load another IOS" and press A.
    5. Choose IOS249 and press A.
    6. Scroll up to "Wad Manager" and press A.
    7. Press 1 to install all wads and then press A.
    8. Let it finish and reboot when done


    With any luck you will have a work Wii again.
    Could you explain to me what this does so I can know in the future? Is it replacing a missing/corrupted IOS?

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    Quote Originally Posted by Krafter View Post
    Try this:

    1. Download this and unpack it to your SD card.
    2. Place SD card in your Wii and boot.
    3. MMM should start
    4. Scroll down to "Load another IOS" and press A.
    5. Choose IOS249 and press A.
    6. Scroll up to "Wad Manager" and press A.
    7. Press 1 to install all wads and then press A.
    8. Let it finish and reboot when done


    With any luck you will have a work Wii again.
    Extracted to SD card, but now when I boot up my TV switches from "No Signal" to "Mode Not Supported."

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    Sounds like either a
    1. failing gpu
    2. AV encoder
    3. bad cables


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    Quote Originally Posted by emuhack View Post
    Sounds like either a
    1. failing gpu
    2. AV encoder
    3. bad cables

    Hmm never thought of hardware failure. It's a launch Wii, so it's got some time on it. I tested the cables (switched from component to AV) and the same thing happens so I don't think it's them. Could be the first two though. I've opened my Wii before, is there any way for me to check the first two by opening it?

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    Quote Originally Posted by emuhack View Post
    Sounds like either a
    1. failing gpu
    2. AV encoder
    3. bad cables

    The only thing that gets me is the fact you had a corruption error.

    This may sound silly but unplug your power supply from the wall and let it sit for a few minutes and try it again. If that doesn't do it then I would have to agree with emuhack.

    It's not to uncommon to have an AV encoder fail. When that happens you can usually change cable types and have it work. If you have composite video cables then see if you can't find component video cables as see if it works and vise versa.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Krafter View Post
    The only thing that gets me is the fact you had a corruption error.

    This may sound silly but unplug your power supply from the wall and let it sit for a few minutes and try it again. If that doesn't do it then I would have to agree with emuhack.

    It's not to uncommon to have an AV encoder fail. When that happens you can usually change cable types and have it work. If you have composite video cables then see if you can't find component video cables as see if it works and vise versa.

    Hmm, actually now, on AV cables, it boots to the cBoot2 DOL loader v16. However after that I get this:

    IOS Version 36 v16 0x00240010
    IOS successfully loaded

    but that last line is very....blurry? I guess would be how to describe it. It's shaking basically and then nothing else happens.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Krafter View Post
    Try this:

    1. Download this and unpack it to your SD card.
    2. Place SD card in your Wii and boot.
    3. MMM should start
    4. Scroll down to "Load another IOS" and press A.
    5. Choose IOS249 and press A.
    6. Scroll up to "Wad Manager" and press A.
    7. Press 1 to install all wads and then press A.
    8. Let it finish and reboot when done


    With any luck you will have a work Wii again.

    Alright I unplugged it for a bit and managed to get into the menus. Now, when I click on IOS249 it says "Not loading stub IOS"

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    lol, the whole point of me posting that was to help recover from your black screen. No need to do it now that you can get back into your System Menu.

    If you want to softmod then follow the 4.3 Softmod guide found in my signature. It doesn't sound as if you are since your IOS249 is a stub.
    Last edited by Krafter; 01-28-2011 at 07:25 PM. Reason: typo

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    Quote Originally Posted by Krafter View Post
    lol, the whole point of me posting that was to help recover from your black screen. No need to do it now that you can get back into your System Menu.

    If you want to softmod then follow the 4.3 Softmod guide found in my signature. It doesn't sound as if you are since your IOS249 is a stub.

    Haha, thanks, I didn't even try to boot to the actual System Menu first! :P

    Assuming I get my paycheck today, I'm sending another donation your way!! You guys are always awesome and helpful, thank you SO MUCH.

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