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    Us Help!! My son did something I don't know what to do now!

    Hi! Yesterday we hacked our Wii with Homebrew. This morning my son clicked on the Bootmii link that came up on the Homebrew Channel. Now the screen is black, the wiimote is off & the blue light on the Wii is flashing!! I don't want to mess anything up, I'm not computer/wii savvy, so what do I do now? Please help before my husband finds out!!

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    Thank you, thank you, Thank you!!! I was freaking out!! Thought he'd screwed it up for sure!! LOL

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    Lol, you must be the best wife ever. My wife usually blames ME when my son screws up one of MY toys!

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    Quote Originally Posted by Singapura View Post
    Lol, you must be the best wife ever. My wife usually blames ME when my son screws up one of MY toys!
    LOL No, he knew Dad wouldn't help him hack the family Wii, so he came to me instead. So it was my fault that he did it & I had to find a way to fix it before Dad found out! ~

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