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    Brick? Very important! Black screen

    Hello and sorry for create new thread but i dont have much time to read all those threads.
    Why?
    Becouse my english sux, and its hard to translate evrything and Wii was a chrismas present for my son.
    Some facts:
    Wii had 3.4E, bootmii, hombrew channel and OpenWii modchip. Evrything works perfect before i put Wii Sports Resorth (PAL ofc) and update. Now when i want turn on wii, ony bootme appers. When i click hombrew channel or normal Wii menu then i see black screen!
    What should i do? Tommorow chrismas.

    Im sorry for trolling like this.

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    New Member erikie's Avatar
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    That sucks, did you try turning on your wii with the wii mote?
    Could be your bluetooth module
    If you happen to have a game cube controller you can try the trick with holding down the 4 directional buttons when turning on the Wii.
    Did you try booting without the SD card too?

    In the worst case you can always use the comex formatter tool to restore your wii to 3.1 and then update using the sports resort disc. That should cover your problem in about 10 minutes

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    http://www.wiihacks.com/bricked-wii-...tion-here.html

    I try that, and actualy it works but bootme and hombrew channel are crashed. But that dosent matter, my firmware is 3,4E and Wii Sports Works
    Im sorry for my "panic"

    I wish Merry Chrismas to evryone

    Threat can be deleted.

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    the formatter probably remove the bootmii and homebrew channel. I would recommend you install bootmii again because its your absolute best protection against bricks.

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    Quote Originally Posted by twiggy2cents View Post
    the formatter probably remove the bootmii and homebrew channel. I would recommend you install bootmii again because its your absolute best protection against bricks.
    The formatter only formats the nand filesystem and not your boot1 / boot2 blocks so your bootmii remains. I have done this over 20 times already on multiple Wiis. It is a good way of cleaning up a bricked or messed up wii.

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