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    Seriously need Help! Need To Unmod a Wii before a Mom Kills Me!

    Okay, So there is a saying no good deed goes un-punished... This applies here.
    I modded a Wii for the son of a co-worker only to find out, after following all the necessary steps, that it has a newer chip set and while homebrew and the VC Games etc that I installed work perfectly the drive itself will not read Backup disc games... This is where the problem comes in. The mom is furious at me as some of the newer games she bought her son aren't working, Netflix being one of them.
    She wants the Wii returned to the Factory state so she can update it through nintendo etc... I don't care if she can NEVER mod it again. I beg someone for a tested safe method to make things right. I'm dead if something goes wrong. Thank you so much for any help!

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    here is the guide >http://www.wiihacks.com/recommended-...ii-virgin.html
    A simple search would find this
    PAL 4.2E|BootMii/Boot2+IOS|Priiloader v0.5beta|HBC 1.0.8|ciosX rev20 [249/57][250/56]
    Wiiflow [rev 254]|WiiMC v1.0.9|1.5TB HDD|
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    If I was you I would disable Priiloader, delete HBC and update to 4.3. Although you could just delete HBC and no one would be the wiser.

    I don't recommend following any virgin guide. We just had someone today brick their Wii trying. Come to find out they where not following the correct guide for their SM and ended up with a full brick.

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    I agree with krafter. If HBC is under 0.7 then no need to delete anything...This is if you are going to update.

    But, I would never do this. Did you explain that she can use the netflix disc and play backups from a USB Drive?

    If you installed darkcorp that's a different story. Can you post a syscheck?
    Damn I suck!!!!

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    Quote Originally Posted by Froggit View Post
    Okay, So there is a saying no good deed goes un-punished... This applies here.
    I modded a Wii for the son of a co-worker only to find out, after following all the necessary steps, that it has a newer chip set and while homebrew and the VC Games etc that I installed work perfectly the drive itself will not read Backup disc games... This is where the problem comes in. The mom is furious at me as some of the newer games she bought her son aren't working, Netflix being one of them.
    She wants the Wii returned to the Factory state so she can update it through nintendo etc... I don't care if she can NEVER mod it again. I beg someone for a tested safe method to make things right. I'm dead if something goes wrong. Thank you so much for any help!
    There is no need to unmod your wii
    Play the game with USB Loader GX or disable the update with priiloader
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    I><><><><><><><><>II 8GB SDHC Card II WBFS II 2GB SD Card II FAT32 II Logitech K120 II<><><><><><><><><I
    I><><><><><>II Homebrew Channel 0.5 II Priiloader 0.4 II Bootmii as IOS II USB Loader GX R928 II Neogamma R8Final II<I
    I><><><><>II Windows XP Professional SP3 32bit II Intel Core Duo E7500 2.93GHz II Nvidia Geforce 9800GT II 1GB RAM II<I

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