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    ok well Krafters is there anything i can do?

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    Well you don't have Bootmii as Boot2 as narse1979 pointed out. If you tried everything and you still can't boot (removing the SD card, trying to launch Priiloader, etc.) then you have a full brick. I'm a little confused on how it happened though. It sounds like a Priiloader bug...

    Try one last thing, power on your Wii with the remote. If you can't then you might have a bad Bluetooth module but I kinda doubt it unless it was an amazing coincidence. If it does turn on then you have full brick. The good news is that your Wii is Bootmii/Boot2 compatible and can be recovered by a nand programmer.

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    what is a nand programmer? is it possible to use someone elses nand backup?

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    A nand programmer is a person with the right hardware and equipment. A programmmer can take your wii apart, remove the nand and inject the bootmii/boot2 blocks into it. Once that is done it can be easily recovered.

    Try one last thing though. If you followed mauifrogs guide you might have a chance to fix it yourself by using savemiifrii. I don't have a link right now but I'm sure someone can link it to you.

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    edit: here is the link to SaveMiiFrii thread.. There are all kinds of methods posted in that thread to help you recover. If you followed mauifrogs guide recently or have cIOSCORP/DARKCORP installed then you won't need a modchip. Start by trying to get into the recovery menu using a Gamecube controller. I have a video on youtube on how to make a SaveMiiFrii. If you google "savemiifrii krafterwow" you will find it. I can't give a direct link to it as I have a feeling it will get removed.

    And if mod feels that I shouldn't mention it the please edit this post.
    Last edited by Krafter; 06-11-2011 at 08:21 AM.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Krafter View Post
    A nand programmer is a person with the right hardware and equipment. A programmmer can take your wii apart, remove the nand and inject the bootmii/boot2 blocks into it. Once that is done it can be easily recovered.

    Try one last thing though. If you followed mauifrogs guide you might have a chance to fix it yourself by using savemiifrii. I don't have a link right now but I'm sure someone can link it to you.

    Sent from my DROID2 using WiiHacks



    edit: here is the link to SaveMiiFrii thread.. There are all kinds of methods posted in that thread to help you recover. If you followed mauifrogs guide recently or have cIOSCORP/DARKCORP installed then you won't need a modchip. Start by trying to get into the recovery menu using a Gamecube controller. I have a video on youtube on how to make a SaveMiiFrii. If you google "savemiifrii krafterwow" you will find it. I can't give a direct link to it as I have a feeling it will get removed.

    And if mod feels that I shouldn't mention it the please edit this post.
    savemiifrii didnt work

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    Did you take the controller apart? The recovery menu is very difficult to provoke just by pressing down on the rubber pad. You have to get it lined up just right and press down just right. If you break the center post of the D-pad and reassemble the controller then then it never fails ss long as your Wii meats the requirements as I list in the video.

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    yes i did all that im gonna try some nand recovery thing i downloaded from the internet

    didnt work damn!!!

    do you think i could use a recovery disk?
    Last edited by Brian; 06-11-2011 at 09:33 AM. Reason: Come on, triple posting?

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    Maybe you should bump your post one more time.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Doodle210 View Post
    yes i did all that im gonna try some nand recovery thing i downloaded from the internet

    didnt work damn!!!

    do you think i could use a recovery disk?
    Not if you can't get into recovery mode. Your only chance is to have someone flash it for you with a programmer.

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    i actually just sent a message to DacoTaco (the creator of Priiloader) and hopefully he knows how to fix this

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