Fully Brick, Bootmii/boot2 installed but No Nand Backup? Solution Here!
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This is a for people who have a fully bricked wi with bootmii/boot2 installed but no Nand Backup. This is a rare situation but the solution is simple. Since Loading Homebrew Channel would give you a black screen, you'll need to follow these steps.
STEP 1 - Preparing SD Card
This Download This Pack:
cBoot2 + Wad Manager v1.5
or if you have a gamecube controller and the wiimote doesn't work, you could use this pack:
cBoot2 + WAD Manager v1.5 MOD
Unzip the pack and place the files on the root of your sd card so that your sd card looks like this:
Next Download One of These Packs Depending for your system menu and region before you bricked.
System Files 3.2 USA
System Menu v289 (3.2u)
System Files 3.4 USA
System Menu v385 (3.4u)
System Files 4.0 USA
System Menu v417 (4.0u)
System Files 4.1 USA
System Menu v449 (4.1u)
System Files 3.2 PAL
System Menu v290 (3.2e)
System Files 3.4 PAL
System Menu v386 (3.4e)
System Files 4.1 PAL
System Menu v450 (4.1e)
System Files 3.2 JAP
System Menu v288 (3.2J)
System Files 3.4 JAP
System Menu v384 (3.4J)
Next Create a folder called WAD on the root of your sd card so that your sd card now looks like this:
Unzip the System Files Pack that you downloaded earlier and place the .wad files into the WAD folder on the root of your sd card.
STEP 2 - Unbricking
1) Take the same SD Card with those files and put them into your wii before turning it on. Turn on your wii and WAD Manager should appear. Press B for 'No IOS Reload' or select IOS36 by pressing A.
2)Now Install the IOS wad and your system menu wad. Restart your wii by pressing the Home Button, after it reboots,turn it off. Remove your sd card and turn on your wii. Your wii should now be unbricked.
If the first pack didn't work, try Wad Manager v1.4 + cBoot2, remove everything from your sd card and download and unzip this pack to the root of your sd card:
A Black Screen may not always be caused by a full brick, it may be a problem with your bluetooth module. To clarify, try powering on your wii with your wiimote, if it powers on then that means it is a full brick. If it doesn't that means you'll have to replace the bluetooth module.
Credit to Dogeggs and Tealc for the System Files
Credit mauifrog for Wad Manager v1.5 GC Mod