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    Bricked Wii Mobo for sale - for NAND programmers - name your price

    Background: I'm collecting bricked Wiis to try and recover using SaveMiiFrii methods.

    I have got one that is full brick: Black screen, no BootMii, Priiloader, or Rescue Menu. Rescue Menu is usually black screen and 1 out of 20 times I get green/purple stripes. Discs spin but don't boot.

    My conclusion: This will require a NAND programmer (Infectus etc.) to unbrick.

    This is for the motherboard only. No metal shields, BT/WiFi modules, heatsink, screws, cables, etc. are present. Shipping is USA - First Class Mail $4, ask about international prices depending on your country. If you need additional parts from this Wii together with the mobo, just ask, factor that into your offer price and note that I may need to raise shipping.

    Mobo sticker says: 09296009 S40B459 REV:A
    Wii S/N (appeared unopened when I got it): LU645319680

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    It would seem you've skipped the Introductions section (something site rules strongly suggest you initially post it). It's not too late, please do:
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    For others who may wonder: this by all appearances (based on serial # in comparison to this thread) isn't a boot2-capable Wii.

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    Its 100% not boot2 capable.

    It is no use to anyone unless you have a NAND backup or someone needs it for components.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Bad_Ad84 View Post
    Its 100% not boot2 capable.

    It is no use to anyone unless you have a NAND backup or someone needs it for components.
    Lol, that's not going to help sales.
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