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    need help with boot mii

    heres the issue. i went to run a simulation scan and THANK GOD I CAUGHT THIS it wont run. instead of simulateing its msging me try harder (something)-san. i have soft modded with muifrogs soft mod any wii guide. syscheck below

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    why u need to rewrite the nand backup into the console ?

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    That's not a boot2-capable Wii. If billyhome is indeed correct in that you're contemplating writing the NAND backup back to the Wii, simple word: DON'T.

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    ok but say my wii bricks cuz i messed up. then how the hell should i boot it? *im paraniod no its not bricked*
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    I have edited your previous reply, please be very aware that children/minors do frequent our site. Your SysCheck looks in order. Please elaborate the nature of your problem. The purpose of a NAND backup is because you could always have somebody reprogram it (it'd take a NAND reprogrammer like BadAd, Krafter, etc). If you didn't bother making one and something serious did happen, you'd have absolutely NO AVENUE of recovery.

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    what im saying is if say my wii got bricked will i be able to recover in its current state? Note: i have keys and nand on my SD card.

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    Re-read my reply.

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    ok ty. *sorry 4 the grief i just got up and i got 2 little ones who like to run around on the wii. *

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