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Fix Full Bricked Wii Without Nand.rar

Fix Full Bricked Wii Without Nand.rar

If you have a full bricked Wii, meaning that nothing shows up on the screen when you turn it on, you may still be able to fix it without using Nand.rar. Nand.rar is a file that contains a backup of your Wii's internal memory, which can be used to restore it in case of a brick. However, not everyone has a Nand backup, or knows how to use it. In this article, we will show you some methods that you can try to unbrick your Wii without Nand.rar.

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Method 1: Using a recovery disc

A recovery disc is a disc that contains software that can fix some types of bricks by loading before the System Menu. Some examples of recovery discs are the AnyRegion Changer disc, the WAD Manager disc, and the HackMii Installer disc. To use a recovery disc, you will need to have BootMii installed as boot2 on your Wii. BootMii is a program that allows you to access the BootMii menu, where you can launch recovery discs, backup and restore your NAND, and more. If you don't have BootMii installed as boot2, you may not be able to use this method.

To use a recovery disc, follow these steps:

  • Insert the recovery disc into your Wii.

  • Turn on your Wii and wait for the BootMii menu to appear.

  • Use the power and reset buttons on your Wii to navigate the menu. The power button moves the cursor, and the reset button selects an option.

  • Select the option that looks like a DVD disc. This will launch the recovery disc.

  • Follow the instructions on the screen to fix your brick. Depending on the type of recovery disc you are using, you may be able to uninstall corrupted files, reinstall system files, change region settings, or install homebrew applications.

Method 2: Using a GameCube controller

A GameCube controller is a controller that can be used with both the GameCube and the Wii consoles. Some Wii models have four ports for GameCube controllers on the top of the console. If you have one of these models, and a GameCube controller, you may be able to use this method to unbrick your Wii without Nand.rar. This method works by using a modified version of WAD Manager, a program that can install and uninstall files on your Wii's NAND. You will also need a SD card with cBoot2 installed on it. cBoot2 is a program that can boot WAD Manager from the SD card before the System Menu.

To use a GameCube controller, follow these steps:

  • Download WAD Manager 1.5 mod from [here] and extract it to your SD card.

  • Download cBoot2 from [here] and extract it to your SD card.

  • Insert the SD card into your Wii.

  • Connect your GameCube controller to port 1 on your Wii.

  • Turn on your Wii and wait for cBoot2 to load WAD Manager.

  • Use the GameCube controller to navigate WAD Manager. Press A to select an option, B to go back, and D-pad to move the cursor.

  • Select NAND Emulation: Disabled.

  • Select Uninstall WADs.

  • Select USB Loader GX 573.wad (or whatever file caused your brick) and press A to uninstall it.

  • If your Wii does not boot after that, select Install WADs and reinstall your system IOS and system menu using WAD Manager.

Method 3: Using Savemii

Savemii is a device that can fix some types of bricks by loading a game disc before the System Menu. Savemii plugs into one of the GameCube controller ports on your Wii, and has a LED light that indicates its status. To use Savemii, you will need to have one of these devices, and a game disc that matches your Wii's region and system version. You can find out what game discs are compatible with your Wii by using [this list].

To use Savemii, follow these steps:

  • Plug Savemii into port 4 on your Wii.

  • Insert the game disc into your Wii.

  • Turn on your Wii and wait for the Savemii LED to flash green. This means that the game disc is loading.

  • If the game disc loads successfully, you will see the game's banner on the screen. Press A to start the game.

  • If the game has an update option, select it and update your Wii. This may fix your brick by installing the latest system files.

  • If the game does not have an update option, or the update does not fix your brick, you can try to access the Wii Settings menu by pressing Home on your Wii remote. From there, you can try to change some settings, such as the video mode, the internet connection, or the parental controls. This may fix your brick by resetting some corrupted settings.


In this article, we have shown you three methods that you can try to fix a full bricked Wii without Nand.rar. These methods are not guaranteed to work for every type of brick, but they may be worth a try if you don't have a Nand backup, or don't know how to use it. If none of these methods work for you, you may need to use a hardware device, such as an Infectus or a Progskeet, to flash a new NAND chip to your Wii. However, this is a risky and complicated process that requires soldering skills and special equipment. We recommend that you seek professional help if you want to attempt this method.

We hope that this article has been helpful for you. If you have any questions or comments, please feel free to leave them below. Thank you for reading!


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