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    Try cBoot2

    - Make sure you have Bootmii flashed properly.
    - Download this pack and extract it to a freshly formatted compatible SD card Wii Brick Fix Pack
    - Use MMM to install system menu
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    not working, screen stay black.
    i wonder if the sd card slot is good, is there any way to test this


    Quote Originally Posted by streamlinehd View Post
    Try cBoot2

    - Make sure you have Bootmii flashed properly.
    - Download this pack and extract it to a freshly formatted compatible SD card MMM_CB2.zip
    - Use MMM to install system menu

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    Make sure when formatting the sd card that you do a full format not a quick format. That fixes most sd card errors.

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    What sd card are you using?


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    i have try 3 different sd cards, the most i used is from sandisk 2 gig, works perfect on a another console

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    What sd card are you using?

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    Are you sure you flashed Bootmii properly? When you flashed bootmii did you do an update and compare with Xavbox? If bootmii wasn't flashed into boot2 properly the drive light will only blink once at startup. For example, this will happen if your programmer doesn't transfer data correctly or if the data in block 3 is corrupt. If you flashed with Xavbox and did an update and compare without error, it should be fine.
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    hi streamline, yes iam sure that the bootmii blocks flashed proberly. i always flash with xavbox, and do the update/compare flash.
    this give me no errors. the blue light blink 2 time verry fast.
    i was thinking is there a way to test the sd card slot? maybe a fuse???
    or the videocard, maybe fuse??

    Quote Originally Posted by streamlinehd View Post
    Are you sure you flashed Bootmii properly? When you flashed bootmii did you do an update and compare with Xavbox? If bootmii wasn't flashed into boot2 properly the drive light will only blink once at startup. For example, this will happen if your programmer doesn't transfer data correctly or if the data in block 3 is corrupt. If you flashed with Xavbox and did an update and compare without error, it should be fine.

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    Quote Originally Posted by blackeye2602 View Post
    hi streamline, yes iam sure that the bootmii blocks flashed proberly. i always flash with xavbox, and do the update/compare flash.
    this give me no errors. the blue light blink 2 time verry fast.
    i was thinking is there a way to test the sd card slot? maybe a fuse???
    or the videocard, maybe fuse??
    I don't think it's a fuse but it could possibly be a bad A/V encoder. If it's a bad A/V encoder you may luck out by using a component cable instead of the composite cable. I've had quite a few Wiis with bad A/V encoders that still work with one cable and not the other.
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    I have not had an AV encoder that has been completely broken yet.

    They always work with 1 cable type or the other. So I would try that, as streamline suggested.

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