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    Exclamation Wii can't boot up: installed file

    I already have HBC.
    I held the reset button on the wii until that menu thingy came up, then I clicked on options, and then I changed the first option (I think it says boot up for something like that), I changed it to installed file, then I pressed save then I backed. Then I changed the installed file to USB Loader GX, then I clicked on load installed file and it said
    Error: Couldn't open file!
    Press any button to reboot Wii...

    It was white text and the rest of the screen was plain black.
    When I press a button it reboots and says the exact same thing.
    plz anyone help

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    Hold reset when you boot the wii. That way, you should be able to change the autoboot options.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Bliepo View Post
    Hold reset when you boot the wii. That way, you should be able to change the autoboot options.
    That doesn't work. But I used emergency system menu return and got back to the system menu then held reset and changed the settings.

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    Turn off wii (red light)
    Hold reset and don't let go!
    Press power (while still holding reset button).
    Priiloader menu will show, now you can let go of the reset button.

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