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    To be honest i did not tried bootmii solution. I'll try that when i get home. I'll post the result after..
    But for my simple mind I think this wont help. Powering ON wii with RESET button pressed isnt woriking anymore. Ant there is NO SIGNAL on TV. Not a black screen...
    I think in my case Bootmii/Bootmiifrii is the last resort before NAND flashing.


    I tried method from thread "Fully Brick, Bootmii/boot2 installed but No Nand Backup? Solution Here!"... and as i assumed it didnt worked... i tried both versions of WAD manager.... still NO SIGNAL on TV
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    Quote Originally Posted by wa7d1 View Post
    To be honest i did not tried bootmii solution. I'll try that when i get home. I'll post the result after..
    But for my simple mind I think this wont help. Powering ON wii with RESET button pressed isnt woriking anymore. Ant there is NO SIGNAL on TV. Not a black screen...
    I think in my case Bootmii/Bootmiifrii is the last resort before NAND flashing.


    I tried method from thread "Fully Brick, Bootmii/boot2 installed but No Nand Backup? Solution Here!"... and as i assumed it didnt worked... i tried both versions of WAD manager.... still NO SIGNAL on TV
    That's because you don't have Bootmii installed as Boot2 (your drive light only blinks once per your 1st post). If you updated IOS70 you are fully bricked and your Wii can only be repaired by flashing the NAND. If you have a bootmii backup for this Wii it is repairable otherwise you will need it to be old enough to support boot2 Bootmii. If you don't have a Bootmii backup and it's not boot2 compatible you're SOL sorry
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    So even Savemii wont help?

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    with no boot2?... no

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    streamlinehd if have back up bootmii as ios is work ???

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    When you turn on your wii does the disk drive flash blue once or twice?

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    As far as i remember i have installed bootmii from this site: BootMii.org (for sure!)
    and probably i have installed a preloader form this site: Preloader - WiiBrew (not sure)
    So is it posiible that bootmii isnt working becasue of my stupid ioeses updates?

    When i entered a bootmii from homebrew (before brick) it displayed a sentence bootmii2 v4

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    If you installed Bootmii, it was installed as IOS not as boot2. Newer Wiis (post 2006) are not boot2 compatible units. If you have Bootmii installed as boot2 your drive light will blink twice at startup (you said it only blinks once in post 1). Installing Bootmii is one thing but you would've had to use it to make a backup of your NAND. If you made a backup, you will have two files on the root of your sd card nand.bin and keys.bin. If you don't have these files then you didn't make a backup and your Wii is toast unless it's boot2 compatible. You can check to see if it's boot2 compatible here. If you have a backup or if the Wii is boot2 compatible, it can be flashed and repaired.
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    Quote Originally Posted by streamlinehd View Post
    Newer Wiis (post 2006) are not boot2 compatible units.
    First quarter of 2008 was when the boot1 bug was fixed.

    Latest confirmed date code with the bug was 0817, which is 2008 week 17. The Earliest confirmed date code that it was fixed was 0820 - 2008 week 20.
    Last edited by Bad_Ad84; 04-15-2011 at 05:41 AM.

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    My mistake. Didn't realize I put 06 my bad. @op check your serial number in the database I linked.


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