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    4.3U Whitel Wii Bricked - please help

    okay so, i had 4.3u, i was in the process of downgrading to 4.1. it was goign fine then messed up and said i didint have nand permissions? ive tried it a few tiems with diff ios's and AHBPROT or w/e, but it wouldent do it. i even installed nand permisions to ios36, along with the trucha bug and the other thing that dop-mii can install to it...i kept having the nand permissions problem which to m made no sense cause i gave ios 36 nand permissions. anyways, it wouldent work and i tried or like 4 or 5 times. after the last time it crashed, and i went back to loader, started up dop-mii with ios 222, as soon as i hit A it went to an error dump screen with white text. so i went to power off the wii, and as i was holding the button it went back to HBC automatically. which i wish i knew it would do that cause the wii turned off as it was loading. anyways now when i turn it on its a completely black screen. i didint install bootmii cause i couldent find a dam guide that told me how to launch it from the homebrew channel, i figured i'd have to put it in the apps folder but idk. so i didint do bootmii, i also didint know about priloader until about 15 mins ago, i want to say ive backed up my NAND. im pretty sure i did it a long time ago when i first modded my wii, but this was a long time ago, back when like 4.1 was the latest. is there a way i can check if the nand is backed up? i really need to fix this. i dont have enough spare money for a savemii or to send it to anyone. bills to pay you know :/. i'd really like to find a way to restore it with a usb or sd card. i also dont have a gamecube controller for that savemiifrii or something. please help me. also if i can get it unbricked i'd like to know how to install bootmii. like i said i THINK i backed up my nand a long time ago. maybe i should try that first. advice?

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    Hello mighty wall of TEXT!

    ..... Your nand back up would not be on the wii.. it would be on the sd/usb/ or your computer...

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    i guess im SOL? :/
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    Were you following mauifrog's guide (re: downgrade)? If so, why aren't you seeking advice there first. If you don't get what you need, maybe then post here? Mauifrog checks his guide and this section. If you didn't follow mauifrog's guide --- did you try getting advice from whatever fly-by-night place that gave you bad advice? Your wall of shame seems to confirm to me you didn't follow the guides here...

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    bigcb1991, try to turn on the Wii with wiimote. a failed bluetooth module will result black screen, if u switch on the Wii by pressing the POWER button at console.

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