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    bootmii won't go now.

    ok i followed the tutorial for the 4.2u version. i installed priiloader. but i went to go into bootmii to make a nand back up, and it won't load, all it does is lose signal to my tv. i tried it through homebrew channel aswell same thing. unless it needs more time to load, but didn't do that last time

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    I uninstalled, then re installed, but one thing it said something file already exists. but i continued to install success. maybe you know a solution?

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    Is the bootmi folder in the root of the sd card?
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    Is the BootMii folder present on your SD card? You will need the files on the SD Card to run BootMii.

    You can place the files from Step 1 of the guide onot your formatted SD card, and click on the SD icon on the front page. When asked to load, select yes. You will recognise this screen as the first screen you saw when you started the guide. Ignore the options to install Homebrew Channel and DVDX and select the BootMii option.

    When presented with the options to insatll/uninstall, select the option to "Prepare SD Card". When this has completed exit and return to the Homebrew Channel. Load BootMii and it should work.

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    Quote Originally Posted by oddgriffin View Post
    Is the bootmi folder in the root of the sd card?

    yes it's there

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    Also make sure you dont plug in the gamecube controller until after it loads or sometimes it auto presses the green button.
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    ok I figured it out..files must of been corrupted, cause i deleted them from sd card then reinstalled bootmii on my wii, now it works.

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    No Problems. Simply having the BootMii files from archive at the start of the guide is not enough. The Installation of BootMii crweates some files and places them onto the SD Card. When you have created your NAND backup, I suggest you store it with a copy of the BootMii folder that is currently on your SD card now. This will remove the need to reinstall BootMii or Prepare an SD Card.

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