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Thread: Semi-bricking: why it happens, and what to do about it

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    thanks for this - saved my butt

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    Good one , thanks.

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    on the first page of this post it says if you have a chipped Wii you can download and burn an ISO to run a system update ?? The links are dead and I haven't seen an updated link posted yet ??

    I have a semi bricked Wii and was looking to burn a ISO and try and fix it. Unless that first post that talks about that is out of date ?

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    The Wii hacking scene moves quickly, even a month is considered old.

    So when a thread is started 08-12-2008, 09:17 PM (12th August 2008) and has never been edited since I think we can safely say it's out of date.

    Normal procedure for semi-brick is System Menu replacement, either use a higher version disc or install another one using Wad manager.

    Thread closed as it is out of date.
    Not really doing much Wii stuff these days.

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