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    Quote Originally Posted by pens View Post
    I have 4.3 J and tried to use letterbomb method, but I can not find the big red envelope, I filled in correct Mac address and pick the correct letter bomb, is there something else I need to put in SD card? Please advice. Thnx
    Assuming you put the boot file, the private folder and all on the SD, did you check to make sure your system time is set properly? the letterbomb is set up to be marked with yesterday's (the day before you actually created it) date, and, if your wii thinks it's 2006, you'll have a lot of days to page through before you see the letterbomb in 2011.

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    My 4.1e wii freezes when I'm trying to access the sd card (formated) with bannerbomb on it. Any tips?

    Thanks

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    This Guide Is great, i'm onto hacking my third wii (my buddy's) and this is the first hiccup i've come across. I successfully installed homebrew and bootmii and boot2, I prepared the SD card, now I got to launch bootmii and it goes straight to the system menu. I dont know if this will affect the rest of the hack, and i dont want to continue without having a nand backup. Thanks in advance

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    Quote Originally Posted by joerags3 View Post
    This Guide Is great, i'm onto hacking my third wii (my buddy's) and this is the first hiccup i've come across. I successfully installed homebrew and bootmii and boot2, I prepared the SD card, now I got to launch bootmii and it goes straight to the system menu. I dont know if this will affect the rest of the hack, and i dont want to continue without having a nand backup. Thanks in advance
    if I remember correctly when bootmii is installed as IOS, it needs the bootmii folder on the SD, when installed as boot2 the bootmii directory on sd causes it not to work correctly.

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    Of course, it could also be the case that you didn't use the prepare SD card option (This is one of the parts that I don't think is explained properly in the guide)
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    Quote Originally Posted by Charles David Brown View Post
    if I remember correctly when bootmii is installed as IOS, it needs the bootmii folder on the SD, when installed as boot2 the bootmii directory on sd causes it not to work correctly.

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    Of course, it could also be the case that you didn't use the prepare SD card option (This is one of the parts that I don't think is explained properly in the guide)
    I prepared the SD after installing bootmii as boot2. when I go to HBC and launch bootmii it flashes VERY briefly then goes back to as if I just turn on wii (press A to go to the system menu). should I erase whats on my SD card and try starting fresh with the Smash Stack? (the wii is running 4.3e)?

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    Quote Originally Posted by joerags3 View Post
    I prepared the SD after installing bootmii as boot2. when I go to HBC and launch bootmii it flashes VERY briefly then goes back to as if I just turn on wii (press A to go to the system menu). should I erase whats on my SD card and try starting fresh with the Smash Stack? (the wii is running 4.3e)?
    Look at your sd card in your pc. Is there a folder on the root named bootmii?

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    Quote Originally Posted by playerkp420 View Post
    Look at your sd card in your pc. Is there a folder on the root named bootmii?
    I do, This is what the SD card looks like after preparing my SD card through the hackmii installer combined with the SSBB hack files

    SD:/boot.elf
    SD:/installer.log
    SD:/Bootmii/
    Bootmii/armboot.bin
    Bootmii/bootmii.ini
    Bootmii/ppcboot.elf
    SD:/Private/Wii/App (and a bunch of subfolders from the SSBB Hack)

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    I followed this guide and everything seems to be working...at first. Now, when I boot up the Wii, and let it sit at the system menu, after about 5 seconds I get a black screen and this message.

    "An error has occurred. Press the Eject Button and remove the disc, then turn the Wii console off and refer to the Wii operations Manual for help troubleshooting."

    What do I do??? Please help!!!

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    Quote Originally Posted by joerags3 View Post
    I do, This is what the SD card looks like after preparing my SD card through the hackmii installer combined with the SSBB hack files

    SD:/boot.elf
    SD:/installer.log
    SD:/Bootmii/
    Bootmii/armboot.bin
    Bootmii/bootmii.ini
    Bootmii/ppcboot.elf
    SD:/Private/Wii/App (and a bunch of subfolders from the SSBB Hack)
    Well if its a boot2 wii. When you start it up again bootmii should load instead of the system menu. Try going to the HBC and press home --> Scroll down to start bootmii and see if you can get into it that way.


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    Quote Originally Posted by dufran3 View Post
    I followed this guide and everything seems to be working...at first. Now, when I boot up the Wii, and let it sit at the system menu, after about 5 seconds I get a black screen and this message.

    "An error has occurred. Press the Eject Button and remove the disc, then turn the Wii console off and refer to the Wii operations Manual for help troubleshooting."

    What do I do??? Please help!!!
    Do you have a disc in the Wii?



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