Gooood morning everybody...
Hi, I'm new here... I used to have a korean wii softmodded with 3.3U... now I've got a brick 4.2U!!!
still waiting for a possible solution, but if I manage to fix (using a modchip) I'll post what I did!
Hello from Scotland
Glad you fixed your problem.
Post your guide and this will help others.
Sorry... but I still haven't fixed it... I've got some ideas... but nothing more!
If I manage to, I'll post hte solution... but don't bet on me, I wouldn't!
Did you have preloader or bootmii installed?
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Hello and welcome to the wiihacks community.
I know you are anxious to get started; but, there are a few items to cover before you post your questions or start doing anything to your Wii. If you intend to make or have made software-based modifications (softmod) of your Wii, including installation of the Homebrew Channel, DO NOT ACCEPT THE NINTENDO UPDATE TO SYSTEM MENU VERSION 4.2.
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Some of the Korean Wiis that were flashed with an American NAND and ended up with the 003 error code have a recovery mode. Check to see if yours does. Get a GameCube controller, plug into GC port #4 and simultaneously press the up/down/left/right button (might need to remove cover)-need more info-Google the term savemiifree. Good luck. Enjoy your stay with us.
I think I installed bootmii, but it never worked... (I just discovered what was that for!!!)
As to now, I'm pretty sure I have a korean wii, with us system menu, softmodded. I upgraded it to 4.0 and then 4.1 (with Waninkoko update) had ios 249 222 and 223 installed
and it used to work great with a WD 250GB passport HD
now it shows error 003:bla bla bla
inserting a modded NGC controller in port 4 and pressing the 4 directions appears the black screen with 4.2U on the bottom right... inserting original WII-DVD (wii-fit US), the disk spins, and after a while the screen goes completely black.
next movethat i'll try will be a wasaby DX and some autobooting disks.
with NSUD I downloaded all the ios for a korean wii upgrade 4.2 and I will try to install them one by one... maybe in the same order a system update would... maybe!
this is the only mad idea I had!
Good luck, hope you can get it to work again.
hello again, on wiibrew i've just found this:
and this is almost what i thought i could do to fix the problem... but... how do I do all this...
Originally Posted by wiibrew
tomorrow I should get the Wasabi DX from TNT traco, I already have some autoboot DVDs and I also have the system menu... but which one shoul I use: the korean one?
and should I install it in the ios70?
Or should I install all the IOSes of the korean update the way they are installed during the Nintendo Update?
maybe near to the solution, but I still need some help!
looks as if you will have to install the Korean menu again back to the pre-update.
I have scrolled through loads of forums for a guide for you but no-one has solved this yet, you could maybe be the first.
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