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    nandBinCheck

    nandBinCheck is a CLI program, so there are no fancy screenshots. It is able to display information about boot1 & 2, nand filesystem, permissions, ecc, hmac, SFFS, detect causes of many different types of bricks ( opera, 003, unbootable IOS ). With this program, you are almost guaranteed that a nand.bin is safe to install on a Wii. I have also used it many times to diagnose an otherwise unknown cause of brick. Here is the built-in help

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    usage: nandBinCheck nand.bin <other options>
    
    Other options: 
       -boot           shows information about boot 1 and 2 
     
       -fs             verify the filesystem is in tact 
                       verifies presence of uid & content.map & checks the hashes in the content.map 
                       check sha1 hashes for title private contents 
                       check all titles with a ticket titles for required IOS, proper uid & gid

    output of the program on a nand.bin




    warnings are shown highlited in blue. these are things that you probably need to look at.
    errors are shown in red. these are things that will likely result in a brick.

    download for windows users... Multiupload.com - upload your files to multiple file hosting sites!
    linux & mac can build it from source code... http://code.google.com/p/wiiqt/

    Source: nandBinCheck - GBAtemp.net

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    This might be a nice utility if I can figure out how to use it. Any ideas what environment it runs in? The exe will run in the dos prompt but when the arguments are applied it does nothing. Example "nandbincheck -boot" displays the same as running "nandbincheck".

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    nandBinCheck nand.bin -fs
    nandBinCheck nand.bin -boot

    make sure you have the nand.bin inside the same folder....
    Last edited by Cile; 02-19-2011 at 10:06 AM.

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    Ummm.... ya..... LOL. It's makes sense to give it a file name to check.

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