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    You need to follow the steps that Streamlinehd laid out for you. You are missing your setting.txt and that is why you show an unknown in place of the System Menu version in the Syscheck and also the reason you are still getting the black screen. Your Wii remote will not work in Settings Replacement Mod. You will need a Gamecube controller as mentioned in step 5 above.

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    If you don't have a gc controller, you can fix it by making a new nand.bin with giantpunes nand.bin editor. Then restore that from bootmii, no gc controller needed. But you loose all the data on your wii.
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    Quote Originally Posted by mauifrog View Post
    If you don't have a gc controller, you can fix it by making a new nand.bin with giantpunes nand.bin editor. Then restore that from bootmii, no gc controller needed. But you loose all the data on your wii.
    Or he could use that app to install a new SM in his current nand.bin and he should be prompted to create one.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Krafter

    Or he could use that app to install a new SM in his current nand.bin and he should be prompted to create one.
    Yes that should work, just skip the format and update to 4.1 should do the trick.
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    look i dont care if all the data gets lost i just want that my wii works again

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    Just tell me how to make that one to modify the nand cuz im sick of looking my wii thats bricked and just standing there i can always play games from the begining
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    They gave you a few things to try.. try one... dont expect to be spoon fed..

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    haha that had to be spaghetti..

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    You have 3 options.

    1. Follow the steps by Streamlinehd above. (fastest)
    2. Follow the nand formatter guide. You will loose all your data this way but if you make a nand backup first you can use giantpunes nand.bin editor to fix your current nand and reload it. (easiest)
    3. Use giantpunes nand.bin editor to install a new SM and restore your Wii with all data intact. (do this if you don't have a GC controller.)


    All of these options are fairly easy to do but it does require a little work and thought on your end.

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    i will try the 2nd option =) will report if it works

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