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    Is there a way to get your NAND without a GC controller?

    Is there any way to get your Wii's NAND without a GC controller? The reason is I modded my Wii today following Messie's Guide but I know the only thing I'm missing is backing up my Wii's NAND. I can ask some of my friends to borrow their GC controllers on Monday but to save me the time is there anyway to do it without a GC controller.

    I'm reffering to BootMii as an IOS i believe and NOT boot 2.

    IF it matters I'm runnig firmware 4.2u

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    make sure you have the bootmii files on the sd card

    go to home brew channel
    hit the home button
    then load bootmii

    once in there use the power button and eject button to move around and the reset button is the enter key.

    Hope this helps.

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    Quote Originally Posted by marcher22 View Post
    Is there any way to get your Wii's NAND without a GC controller? The reason is I modded my Wii today following Messie's Guide but I know the only thing I'm missing is backing up my Wii's NAND. I can ask some of my friends to borrow their GC controllers on Monday but to save me the time is there anyway to do it without a GC controller.

    I'm reffering to BootMii as an IOS i believe and NOT boot 2.

    IF it matters I'm runnig firmware 4.2u
    If that doesn't work the way I backup NAND from the Wiis I hack is simple. When BootMii starts up I hit the power button 4 times so that it selects the "Settings" icon, then you hit the reset button on the Wii to enter the "Settings" section. After getting to the "Settings" section you will see a picture of a processer and a green arrow pointing to the letters "SD". From there hit the reset button again and watch it work it's magic. Make sure you have more then a 1gb SD or atleast 1gb. If you need any help just let me know man. Hope this helped.
    >>Better Finish What You Started<<


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    Thank you Motortracker and Artisticjacob. I was able to do it. Now I feel much safer

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