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    ModChip for Wii recovery? Low Level System Failure, SaveMii works though

    My Wii:

    System Menu 4.3
    Low Level System Failure, SaveMii works though
    Launch Wii
    The ONLY thing I did to my Wii in terms of modding has been the Homebrew Channel. I didn't install anything else.

    After tons of searching around, I've been directed here. I don't really know what I'm doing, so the more help I can get the better. I don't really even know what to ask short of "help me fix my Wii". I'm useally not one to ask for hand-holding to this degree, but I'm tired and lost. So, wherever you guys can point me, I'd appreciate.
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    I moved your thread to the bricked section for better assistance.

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    Quote Originally Posted by bigmac909 View Post
    My Wii:

    System Menu 4.3
    Low Level System Failure, SaveMii works though
    Launch Wii
    The ONLY thing I did to my Wii in terms of modding has been the Homebrew Channel. I didn't install anything else.

    After tons of searching around, I've been directed here. I don't really know what I'm doing, so the more help I can get the better. I don't really even know what to ask short of "help me fix my Wii". I'm useally not one to ask for hand-holding to this degree, but I'm tired and lost. So, wherever you guys can point me, I'd appreciate.
    Since you say that you have not installed anything and savemiifrii works, it is likely that your bluetooth module has gone bad. If your bluetooth module is bad savemiifrii will work, bootmii will work, and your wiimotes should not turn the wii's power on (in most cases). If this sounds like your wii I suggest your buy a new bluetooth module and replace it.
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    Quote Originally Posted by mauifrog

    Since you say that you have not installed anything and savemiifrii works, it is likely that your bluetooth module has gone bad. If your bluetooth module is bad savemiifrii will work, bootmii will work, and your wiimotes should not turn the wii's power on (in most cases). If this sounds like your wii I suggest your buy a new bluetooth module and replace it.
    Or use wireless bar

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    The sensor bar and the bluetooth don't have anything to do with one another. The sensor bar is just a bank of IR LEDs for the pointer and the BT uses a radio frequency for motion and the buttons.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Krafter View Post
    The sensor bar and the bluetooth don't have anything to do with one another. The sensor bar is just a bank of IR LEDs for the pointer and the BT uses a radio frequency for motion and the buttons.
    lol sorry i was thinking something else i retrack my last statement thank you krafter for the catch.

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    lol, no problem.

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    For the record, Mauifrog's solution worked, a new bluetooth module did the trick. Thank you so much Mauifrog

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