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    Do you have priiloader?

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    I don't believe so, is there a way of checking?

    I found the following on my sdcard, but it just looks like a bootmii installation.

    [33;1mThe test results are in:


    [37;1m Using IOS versions: Installer: 58, HBC: 58


    The Homebrew Channel: [32;1mCan be installed[37;1m
    BootMii: [32;1mCan be installed[37;1m
    ..............................................A BootMii install [33;1mrequires a SD card[37;1m.


    Runtime files will be written, these are required to
    properly boot BootMii.


    Mounting SD card...
    Creating directory '/bootmii'...
    menu_bootmii_sd: io_mkdir_bootmii failed: -1
    A BootMii install [33;1mrequires a SD card[37;1m.


    Runtime files will be written, these are required to
    properly boot BootMii.


    Mounting SD card...
    Creating directory '/bootmii'...
    menu_bootmii_sd: io_mkdir_bootmii failed: -1
    A BootMii install [33;1mrequires a SD card[37;1m.


    Runtime files will be written, these are required to
    properly boot BootMii.


    Mounting SD card...
    Creating directory '/bootmii'...
    menu_bootmii_sd: io_mkdir_bootmii failed: -1
    A BootMii install [33;1mrequires a SD card[37;1m.


    Runtime files will be written, these are required to
    properly boot BootMii.


    Mounting SD card...
    Creating directory '/bootmii'...
    menu_bootmii_sd: io_mkdir_bootmii failed: -1
    A BootMii install [33;1mrequires a SD card[37;1m.


    Runtime files will be written, these are required to
    properly boot BootMii.


    Mounting SD card...
    Creating directory '/bootmii'...
    menu_bootmii_sd: io_mkdir_bootmii failed: -1
    A BootMii install [33;1mrequires a SD card[37;1m.


    Runtime files will be written, these are required to
    properly boot BootMii.


    Mounting SD card...
    Creating directory '/bootmii'...
    menu_bootmii_sd: io_mkdir_bootmii failed: -1
    A BootMii install [33;1mrequires a SD card[37;1m.


    Runtime files will be written, these are required to
    properly boot BootMii.


    Mounting SD card...
    Creating directory '/bootmii'...
    menu_bootmii_sd: io_mkdir_bootmii failed: -1
    A BootMii install [33;1mrequires a SD card[37;1m.


    Runtime files will be written, these are required to
    properly boot BootMii.


    Mounting SD card...
    Creating directory '/bootmii'...
    Writing '/bootmii/armboot.bin'...
    Writing '/bootmii/ppcboot.elf'...
    Writing config file...


    Done.


    Testing usable NAND blocks...
    Launching BootMii/IOS
    Waiting for mini to load ...
    Mini version: 1.3
    NAND minpage: 0x200
    set NAND minpage to 0x40
    testing block 3
    writing test pattern
    verifying test pattern
    Erasing test pattern
    testing block 4
    writing test pattern
    verifying test pattern
    Erasing test pattern
    testing block 5
    writing test pattern
    verifying test pattern
    Erasing test pattern
    Calling boot2_run(1, 58)
    Waiting for boot2 to load ...
    Waiting for IOS ...
    IOS loaded: IOS58 v24.32
    IPC started (641)
    Launching BootMii/IOS
    Waiting for mini to load ...
    Mini version: 1.3
    NAND minpage: 0x200
    set NAND minpage to 0x40
    Erasing NAND block 3
    Writing NAND block 3
    Verifying NAND block 3 to block 0 of BootMii
    Erasing NAND block 4
    Writing NAND block 4
    Verifying NAND block 4 to block 1 of BootMii
    Calling boot2_run(1, 58)
    Waiting for boot2 to load ...
    Waiting for IOS ...
    IOS loaded: IOS58 v24.32
    IPC started (640)

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    If you didnt install it you dont have it.. you could push and hold reset on start up to see if priiloader boots... buuut yeah..

    If not check out this thread:
    http://www.wiihacks.com/bricked-wii-issues-only/38777-oh-sh-t-black-screen-wii.html


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    nly other module I can think of is you wifi module going out.

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    yeah looks like i didn't, guess it's time to throw it at the wall. Thanks for you help.

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    did you try this?

    Option #1 Bootmii Boot2

    You where both lucky and wise and were able to install bootmii as boot2. If you have boot2 bootmii you can recover from any code related brick. Bootmii boot2 produces two flashes from the blue led drive light at boot with disk removed. And when you place the bootmii files onto your compatible sd-card, bootmii will load. Also when a cboot2 app is places onto your compatible sd-card, the app will load. This allows you to backup and restore your nand, and/or run a variety of apps to fix your wii.
    If you lost your bootmii folder, try these:
    bootmii folder-E.rar
    bootmii_folder-U.zip

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    Yeah i tried both the following
    as I mentioned in my first post it does do the whole 2 flash thing with the sdcard removed, so it does appear that bootmii is installed etc. Just nothing displays.

    Maybe I should try it all again with my non composite cable.

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    Have u tried a different SD card? Or format the 1gb-2gb non sdhc card with the quick box unchecked. Then put the files on it and try again.

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    Quote Originally Posted by playerkp420 View Post
    Have u tried a different SD card? Or format the 1gb-2gb non sdhc card with the quick box unchecked. Then put the files on it and try again.
    Unfortunately didn't make a difference.

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