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    brick after changing ios70 with DopMii

    hi, i got a black screen on my 4.2e wii after changing iso70 with DopMii. i got no priiloader and drive blinks once on startup so no bootmii as well. tried savemiifrii with wireless gc-controller but no effect at all. hope anyone can help.

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    Were you on system menu 4.2 when you did this? If so you more than likely updated you system menu ios to the latest version which is a stub. That is a bad thing. Post the first 3 Letters and 4 Numbers of your serrial number. I know that Bad Ad is going to ask for that. If what I think happened is correct, the only hope you have is that your wii is old enough to have the option to install bootmii as boot2. Good luck.

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    If you stubbed IOS70 with no boot2 the only way to fix it is if you have the nand.bin and keys.bin, you'd have to send it away to be flashed (erikie, bad_ad or Deadly Foez can do this for you).

    Savemiifrii won't work as it requires a functional recovery menu, which you don't have.
    Damn I suck!!!!

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    yes, 4.2e was already installed with Firmware Updater 4.2 from Waninkoko. the serial is LEH1209.
    the system has a wiikey installed (the one with 6 contacts)
    Last edited by jerry1975; 10-09-2010 at 10:06 AM.

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    Made in 2006 so that sounds promising. I can't remember the cut off for the ability to install boot2 but Bad_ad84 will. Your only option is to send it to him or erkie now if it qualifies. Sorry, partner.

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    Quote Originally Posted by junkmail View Post
    Made in 2006 so that sounds promising. I can't remember the cut off for the ability to install boot2 but Bad_ad84 will. Your only option is to send it to him or erkie now if it qualifies. Sorry, partner.
    The copyright year is 2006, but that doesn't mean that it was manufactured in 2006.

    If it was manufactured in 06 then he definitely has the ability to install bootmii as boot2.


    If he doesn't have the ability to install as boot2 then it can still be fixed with the nand.bin and keys.bin.
    Last edited by Krank; 10-09-2010 at 10:53 AM.
    Damn I suck!!!!

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    The only way to know for sure is to open it up and look at the date code on the Hollywood chip. You need the first 4 digits at beginning of the last line of text on the chip. You will see something 08xx. If that number falls between 0810 and 0815 it will have a vulnerable Boot1 and can be flashed with Boot2.

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    so if the console was build in 06, how would the bootmii install work after having a wii and doesn't show me anything?
    by the way, thanks for the quick responses.

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    Quote Originally Posted by jerry1975 View Post
    so if the console was build in 06, how would the bootmii install work after having a wii and doesn't show me anything?
    by the way, thanks for the quick responses.
    As I said, the copyright date does not suggest when the Wii was manufactured. Krafter told you how to check if you have a boot2 capable wii. You would need to send it and have bootmii flashed to the nand, the names of the people that can do this were mentioned.

    If your console is not boot2 capable then you would also need your nand.bin backup made with bootmii, and send the wii and the backup to one of the 3 people mentioned.
    Damn I suck!!!!

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    It's boot2 compatible.

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