Another noob bites the dust...
I installed a WiiKey 2 on my 4.0 system. Everything was working fine until I I tried to downgrade to 3.2. In my blurry eyed late night idiocy I'm pretty sure I picked 3.2E on my NTSC system. Now when I turn on my wii it seems to boot fine but the screen is constantly flipping vertically. Even with the screen flipping I can tell that HBC is not loading and CDs are not loading either. Can anyone throw me a cluestick as to which way to proceed from here?
If you can...
If you can, try to do bannerbomb exploit(if you can do anything) to load anyregion changer and change your region to 3.2U again
Just a guess as this hasn't crossed me before, i thought you just get a semi-brick
Well...just try it and see what happens
I think you can explore the "SaveMii" option. I googled it and it uses GameCube memory card that carries firmware restoration file embedded. Maybe you want to check it out.
I figured out that I can boot DVDs but they must be PAL format. Obviously. Although very painful I CAN navigate to the HBC as well and even start cIOS Downgrader. I get lost from there.
My question now is can I create a DVD with an easy way to downgrade? Or even put something on the SD card? If I can start a program with a known number of up/down/A/B or whatever clicks I can lick this.