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    Us Bootmii Preloader conflict, need some assistance.

    Every-time I turn on my Wii I boot into bootmii as usual, but this time after reinstalling preloader(I lost it when I used any region changer to update my ioses). Now when I turn on my wii and select boot to system menu from bootmii it loads preloader, then I have to select system menu from that menu to actually get to the system menu. So any help will be appreciated.

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    You will have to change the settings on preloader for it to boot to system menu.



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    Us Thanks that worked

    It seems that, that did the trick. Umm... do you know how to boot into the system menu without removing Bootmii. There doesn't seem to be an option to do this in Bootmii, so I'm a little lost.

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    Quote Originally Posted by DragonMeister39 View Post
    It seems that, that did the trick. Umm... do you know how to boot into the system menu without removing Bootmii. There doesn't seem to be an option to do this in Bootmii, so I'm a little lost.
    If BootMii is installed as boot2, you can make BootMii autoboot to the system menu or Homebrew Channel after a specified number of seconds of inactivity by altering sd:/bootmii/bootmii.ini by adding or changing the following lines:

    * AUTOBOOT=HBC (or SYSMENU)
    * BOOTDELAY=5 (or any other number)

    GAF's Wii Homebrew Tutorial: Bootmii

    thanks to Stomp442 for the page.

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    You could remove the bootmii files from your sd-card and back them up on your pc, then bootmii should never start at all.
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    Or just eject the sd card while you start the wii!

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    Here's the editor I found it's very handy:
    BootMii Configuration Editor - WiiBrew

    Thanks so much for helping me, you guys are life savers.
    Last edited by DragonMeister39; 11-20-2009 at 04:36 AM.

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