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    Us My wii is fully bricked help?

    I Bought a Wii at a garage sale and when i turned it on it said system files are corrupted etc. and so it wasn't a banner brick so i did some more searching and found out that it was a extremely Rare mail brick so i found some software to fix it and then i went to the system menu and clicked on a channel and opened it and when i exited the channel it said your system files are corrupted and so i put it away for a couple months and when i went to go turn it back on and there was a black screen with no health screen. I have no priiloader installed and no bootmii can anyone tell me any ways i could fix this problem please.

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    Check your serial number on this webpage to see if its boot2 compatible.

    Boot2 compatible Wii serial number list


    And do you know what the system menu version was and did you softmod your wii during that time?

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    it is boot2 compatible and it is not softmodded and i think it was 3.2-3.4

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    Well because it is boot2 compatible then the wii is fixable!!!

    The catch is: if you want to fix your wii you have to send it to a nand programmer to flash bootmii as boot2 into your nand. What you can try is using the "savemiifrii" trick with a gamecube controller you may be able to run the bootmii setup from a disc using "Smash stack exploit".

    I will wait until a more experienced brick fixer comes along to fix your problem.

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    ok thanks for your help

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