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    Angry Bricked Wii HELP!!!!!

    My Wii is fully bricked ..tear tear . My 4.2 u uLoader was garbage and randomly quit playing my discs, so i downgraded my wii from 4.2u to 4.1u and when i did... i got to 3.2u fine and when i went to goto 4.1u i didnt properly read what it said and i am assuming it said something other then 4.1u ... SO HERES WHAT MY Wii is doing ... I turn it on and disc drive wants a disc .... I have no signal ...and can not access anything ... ( Also i do know what i am doing and was following a good set of instructions on how to do so ) Just failed to change the final screen to 4.1u before loading it ...

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    I bet you installed 4.1u perfectly. I also imagine that the guide you followed was not so good and failed to emphasize the importance of installing ios60-v6174 to replace the stub ios60-v6400. I also imagine that you don't have boot2 bootmii, so you can't fix it.

    You only hope of fixing the wii in the above case would be to use a nand programmer to flash your nand backup back to the wii, if you have one.

    At least that is my take on the details provided.
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    well ... if u brick your wii and do not want to spend any money getting it fixed, there is a way. I had a fully bricked wii and a walmart 5 minutes from my house .... I went there bought a brand new one .. Removed the serial and put it on my broken one .... Then returned it claiming it didnt work ... they gave me my money back and i got free brand new wii with all new accessories and free wii motion plus ... SUCK ON THAT NINTENDO !!!

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    You set the moral bar very high for yourself.
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    Yes, that's called larceny or false pretenses within the legal framework of most societies. This is not a cause for celebration.

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