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Thread: Updated WII through Samba de amigo and now blue screen

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    Updated WII through Samba de amigo and now blue screen

    Hi all,

    I modded my wii a while ago and everytthing was fine until i tried playing samba de amigo.. stupidly i upgraded the firmware when i inserted the game. Now all i get is a blue screen when the wii switches on and no controllers switch on either.
    It has a wiikey, first version (its that old)... does anybody know of this problem...
    or is it as i think...... knackered!!!

    Ta

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    Do you know what firmware version the WiiKey has? The latest is version 1.9s which can be downloaded from wiikey.cn. There is also a config disc image that goes along with that firmware that you should also get.

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    pretty sure i did 1.9g a while back. When it updated it went to a blackscreen and froze. I left it a while then rebooted. Now when it switches on it stays at blue screen (no output to TV). the dvd drive still takes in / ejects disks but nothing else???

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    removed wiikey form the wii and problem still occurring.
    Can it be recovered? or is it now officially a paperweight?

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    Sounds like your Wii is dead man, I would make sure it is the cable just to be 100% sure lol xD

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    As suggested by WiiWouldliketohack, check the video cables first. if the video cable is good, then If you used RCA video output then now try component cables.

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