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    bricked my wii with usb loader?

    So, my optical drive in my Wii died. I tried adjusting the pot but wasnt able to make it read disks (cleaned it first obviously) next I letterbombed it, installed bootmii as a 2nd loader (however you word that)

    next i installed usb loader 70 onto a different sd card, removed the letterbomb sdcard, put in the usb loader card, installed usb loader from homebrew, when I was notified that IOS was just a stub, pls reinstall. Since this point my wii appears to be bricked.

    Any advice, or any more info you need that I left out?

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    Were you using the softmod any wii guide?
    If yes did you complete the entire guide (all of the chapters)?

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    Quote Originally Posted by IBe6UBe9 View Post
    Were you using the softmod any wii guide?
    If yes did you complete the entire guide (all of the chapters)?
    I assume that guide is from this site? No. I discovered this site afterwards. I think I listed stepby step everything i did

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    Quote Originally Posted by aheny View Post
    I assume that guide is from this site? No. I discovered this site afterwards. I think I listed stepby step everything i did
    Check the "Softmode Any Wii" Guide in my signature. You'll want to go through the entire guide, since if you missed installing cIOS files, you likely missed other things that you should be doing as well.

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    thanks for the quick advice. This is all so much more obvious now that I found these forums. I was going off the info I got from letterbomb and google searches

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