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    Deleted IOS60, Bootmii on IOS, with NAND Backup.

    Like a genius, I deleted ios60 and put my wii into a low level brick about a year ago. Like an even smarter person, I put bootmii on ios instead of boot2. But I made a smart move and made a nand backup (no sarcasm that time). I now know that deleting ios60 disabled bootmii (ios version anyways) and the preloader, along with SaveMiiFrii and the capability to read disks. After all the research I did last year, I came to the conclusion of either sending it in, or flashing the nand with injectus, not options that I like too much. I've been trying to figure out for the past couple days if there was a new way of feeding a NAND backup to a wii in my wii's condition. Are there any other ways I can revive my wii?

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    Nope, programming it with some kind of hardware programmer is the only way. You can get it done at a reasonable price if you should ever want to.

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    Crap, I was hoping not to hear that. Thanks for the quick reply anyway.
    Last edited by smillz999; 01-23-2011 at 10:24 PM.

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