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    When I launch "Bootmii" I get a blue screen

    I'm doing my first 43u Wii according to the guide here and everything stopped production after bootmii blue screened after I loaded it and tried to run it per the walkthru for 4.3u. Unfortunately there are no instructions for this not working. On all the wii's I have ever softmodded, I've never had a problem making a back up of the nand. Has anyone had this happen? If so, what do I need to do to make a back up of the nand? Tried reinstalling, tried loading priloader, but priloader errors out. Thanks!

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    Try using this bootmii.zip folder instead. There are instructions on renaming the correct file inside the download.
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    Hmmm, why not post the question in the thread of the guide you are following, as everyone else who wants specific questions addressed to their relevant topic?
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    Quote Originally Posted by JoostinOnline View Post
    Try using this bootmii.zip folder instead. There are instructions on renaming the correct file inside the download.
    Thanks so much for your prompt reply - this completely fixed the blue screen I was getting. I had the "progressive" bootwii rather than the NTSC bootmii. Worked like a champ! Thanks again!

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    Quote Originally Posted by oddgriffin View Post
    Hmmm, why not post the question in the thread of the guide you are following, as everyone else who wants specific questions addressed to their relevant topic?
    Thanks for your advice. Will take it to heart next time I"m having issues with a particular walkthrough. Hopefully this will help others as quickly as it resolved my issue! Thanks!

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