Ah... here's one more which deleted the same IOS60, with the same mistake too... :(
Only one thing is different in my situation.. i have a copy of my NAND... but i don't have bootmii anymore... awful...
I want to know if there's a way to inject the nand into my wii memory... with an external tool, plugin the board direct into something... some technical procedure... anyone know something about this?
I'll search some technician that can do this job, official nintendo support isn't a option for me.
so how did you lose bootmii? there a thing called an infectus i think that can do what you want....
i know then waninkoko or wiigator accept some nand modif but if you install bootmii or preloader; but i'll sugest 2 things
1 buy a modchip
2 try to look after savemii /usb gecko loader SaveMii - Introducing SaveMii, the Wii recovery dongle
you can make one with a gamecube controller too
these 2 think can help you
if you need help don't hesitate
Unfortunately, the new version of boot my showed an option to uninstall it...i wasn't satisfied with the long wait to startup all the system, then i remove it... we realize the mistakes only when it's to late . lol
Originally Posted by Dogeggs
i'll start looking for this infectus... sad :(
thanks for your reply :)
infectus is not easy to install
savemii is already good for you no ?
a gc controller is only 9 €
why don't put a try ?
you can make a custom cd with wadmanager custom
and lauch it by this you must recover easily your wii
i was wondering if the samemii is exactly the same as the gc controller trick, because
Originally Posted by ghostdogjp
yep. i got a gc controller to test this... but there was no way... tried with game discs, bootable wadmanager, that nintendo official repair disc... but anything worked... i read somewhere that this ios60 fullbrick isn't recoverable so easily... when i press the four directions on controller, i listen the disc spinning, trying to read, but there's nothing on the screen.
i'll look for someone who can use/install infectus, not me, of course.. i'd certainly mess even more my wii. rsrs
but if you know any other possible methods to test.. don't hesitate in tell me... i don't have so much to lose rsrs
i just installed and followed the instructions on IOS60patched and then when i was finished i had a semi brick.
so i said no hell no this and i uninstalled it.
then when i restarted my wii it went black. my wii will turn on but the screen is still back it wont go to the system menu.
i have preloader installed and preloader wont work when i hold the reset button.
i have bootmii installed and my nand backed up on my sd card.
is there anything i can do to fix this or to hell with it and sell it for parts. i have 3 wii's so its not a problem but i hate knowing know i have no control of this situation any info would be great thank you
this wii was soft modded.
ok i understand now its a full system brick.
there is nothing you can do when its a full system brick except send it back to nintendo thats it.
I'm in the same boat; I just downloaded the unbrick disc and will let you know how it goes.
Same here.. I had everything going good except I wasn't able to use the SD card for channels, so I installed this wad.
Originally Posted by frost167
I can get to HBC and I have uninstalled it, but now cannot get to the Wii menu. It just goes back to HBC all the time.
I can still play games via USB with neogamma.. but really want the Wii menu back for the kids ease of use.
I have 4.1E installed already (What's left of it) if I just run the updater again will it fix my issues? Or should I run the downgrader then updater again?
i have the same problem deleted I0S60 how can i save it modchip the the gc trick with universall unbrick disc does this work