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    If you have the 2 bootmii blocks flash them in block 3 and 4 of your nand
    Or another option is to take the first 8 blocks of a working wii with bootmii in boot2 installed and flash those in your nand
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    First off, I want to thank you for the tut.
    Received a wii from a customer yesterday. Told me wii hasn't been modded (soft/hard). He inserted NSMB and ran the update. After reboot, no video.
    I tried replacing the bluetooth module and wifi module.
    Installed an infectus2. Removed everything (inc. bt & wifi) except the fan. Did a dump of the wii. Also did a dump of my own wii (leh1), a very old one. It has fw 4.1e. Installed hbc, dvdx and bootmii on boot2 on it.
    Wrote the first 8 blocks (0-7) of my dump to the not working wii.
    Connected wifi, bt and fan Inserted the sd-card. But nothing.
    Do I have to remove the infectus2 to be able to test the wii? Or is it enough to disconnect PWR and GND?

    Did I mis anything?

    Thank you.

    Ferid

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    Infectus can be attached for starting bootmii.
    It could be that you have boot2v2 on your own wii and the client had boot2v4 on his wii. Then this trick does not work. You need equal or greater version of boot2 in the wii.
    It could also be that the composite signal out is bust, did you try component cables also?
    Happened 4 times to me ...
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    Thank you for your reply.
    Is there any way to find out what version I have and what version the brick wii has? Any way to maybe update boot2 to v4?
    There are 2 version boot2, v2 and v4?
    Will try a component cable.

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    It might be possible by comparing the raw boot2 blocks from the nand dump.
    However I have boot2v2 and boot2v4 with bootmii injected at my disposal.
    So if one does not work I will try the other. Then I check with bootmii itself the version that is listed by the wii itself.
    There is also a boot2v3, havent seen that yet though
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    Zo, dat was snel!
    Bootmii is giving the following info:
    BootMii: v1.1
    Stub: v1.1
    Mini: v1.1
    Console ID: ............
    SysMenu: 4.1E boot1b boot2v4

    So that means my boot2v4 should be compatible with the brick wii?
    Then maybe the wii has another problem.

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    First, check the blue light on the DVD slot. So connect that thing. It is damn handy in troubleshooting. Look for the bootmii flash.
    Do you see that? Or do you have constant blue light?
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    On my own wii I get the bootmii flash. On the brick wii, no
    Also, as soon as I connect the power to the wii, the light goes red and straight to orange/green. Don't know if that means anything.

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    What do you get on the bricked wii? One flash / no flash / blue light stays on?
    Did you ever try to read back the data you flashed into the nand and compare that with what you tried to flash in? the 8 blocks ... Could be ground bounce you have
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    I get one flash. Will read out the first 8 blocks and compare them to the dump of my own wii.

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