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Thread: Warning - Possible Full Brick after Downgrade to 3.2 from 4.0+ System Menu.

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    I had 4.2U and I installed IOS50 v4889.wad then I downgraded to 3.2U, but my wii still bricked.

    I can still run bootmii, what system menu should i install to fix it?

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    Well if you got 3.2 installed then it should be that one. Your brick is unrelated to this thread by the way. IOS50 only prevents the upgrade 4.0 to 3.2 then to 3.4.

    Install IOS30 for 3.2, then System Menu 3.2 for your region.
    Not really doing much Wii stuff these days.

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    Nintendo Repaired Mine :)

    Hey i had the black screen of death tried everything nothing worked anyway still under warrenty so i sent to nintendo and they rang today and wholah new wii

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    Quote Originally Posted by Tealc View Post
    You can't just go putting the files on your SD card and expect it to work, you needed to have installed it to your Wii beforehand. If you did then you need armboot.bin, ppcboot.elf and bootmii.ini in the bootmii folder on the SD card, which it would have created at time of installation.
    Hi, my wii is "bricked" because the system menu doenst work. i have installed bootmii beforehand. i have the files armboot.bin, ppcboot.elf and bootmii.ini in my bootmii folder.

    Is there still a way to fix it for me now? and how?

    i also have a backup from nand.bin that i made before my wii crashed. i hope that my wii can be fixed.
    Last edited by XeroxNL; 10-18-2009 at 04:25 AM.

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    Quote Originally Posted by XeroxNL View Post
    Hi, my wii is "bricked" because the system menu doenst work. i have installed bootmii beforehand. i have the files armboot.bin, ppcboot.elf and bootmii.ini in my bootmii folder.

    Is there still a way to fix it for me now? and how?

    i also have a backup from nand.bin that i made before my wii crashed. i hope that my wii can be fixed.
    just go into bootmii and restore your nand backup

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    how can i go in bootmii? when i start my wii the screen is black...

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    bootmii is launched by having the bootmii files on your sd card.

    unless you installed bootmii as an ios

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    yes, i have installed it as an ios because, because i could only install it as an ios

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    yes it works a treat my other wii got bricked but installin this doin everything same was perfectly safe many thanxxxxxxxxxxx

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    Smile Will DVD drive swap work?

    I just bricked my unit. I have the D2Ckey installed. Can I but a wii and swap the entire DVD drive, leaving my chip on the old drive and run it on the new wii? Or do the new wii's prohibit this?

    Thanks

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