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Thread: How can i mod my wii and keep it from becoming a brick

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    how long does it usually take to upgrade a firmware and if it is semibricked how can you unbrick it..?

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    because mine is taking a whole lot of time to upgrade

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    GREAT THREAD!! it was what i was going to ask

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    Quote Originally Posted by animboo View Post
    because mine is taking a whole lot of time to upgrade
    it depends can take a minute or as long as 10 minutes...but seems longer


    some bricked wii's can be unbricked..... wii modchip section

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    This thread should be stickied or at least the most valuable info should be...

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    we have tested the following on several machines and have had no problems. This is directly from wiinewz

    As promised, here are discs to install the latest version of the system menu for each region — v288/v289/v290 for JAP/USA/PAL, respectively.

    dCiSo has generously offered to host these on console-scene.info:

    wii-system-menu-update-JAP-v288-repad.rar

    wii-system-menu-update-USA-v289-repad.rar

    wii-system-menu-update-PAL-v290-repad.rar

    Please note that I have not tested either of the NTSC/J or PAL versions because I have no way to do so, and although I have double-checked them, they were created manually. Hopefully the first people to try these will comment below reporting success — before trying them yourself, please scroll down to see if anyone has reported problems, and I will update this entry once they have been confirmed to be safe and effective.

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