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Wii This user is running System Menu 4.1 on their Wii.
Userbox homebrew channel.png This user has installed the Homebrew Channel version 1.0.3 on their Wii.

DVDX This user has installed DVDX on their Wii.
BootMii This user has installed BootMii on their Wii.
Userbox trucha.png This user has around 30 trucha vulnerable IOS(s).
3 Wii Remotes This user owns 3 Wii Remotes.
Nunchuck alternative.svg This user owns 3 Nunchuks.
ClassicController.svg This user owns 3 Classic Controllers.
USB Keyboard This user owns a USB Keyboard.
Wii Balance Board This user owns 1 Wii Balance Board.
Wii MotionPlus This user owns 4 Wii MotionPlus units.
GameCube Controller This user owns 5 GameCube Controllers.
Wi-Fi This user uses Wi-Fi.
SD Card This user owns a 2 GB SD card.
DS Icon.jpg This user owns a Nintendo DS Phat.
DS Lite Icon.jpg This user owns 1 Nintendo DS Lite.

In addition to my extensive Wii knowledge (LOL WUT), I'm quite knowledgeable with regards to messing with the iPhone OS. (Definitely not as much as bushing, marcan, or anyone else on the dev team though.) I will do my best to help you, but I will just point and laugh if you deleted your System Menu's IOS without BootMii. Because that is just too stupid and funny.

Story of my (Wii's) Life

Once upon a time, in an imaginary land far far away, I had a near-launch Wii. Before BootMii was released, I made some stupid moves (it wasn't "I'm on 4.0. I'm gonna delete IOS60 because I have IOS61."-stupid) and thought I bricked it. (I now believe I could have recovered.) I sent it to United Radio (Nintendo's authorized NY repair facility), convinced I couldn't do anything to repair it. My replacement came with System Menu 3.3 (sans Wii Shop Channel update) and the f01e boot1. I was shocked, extremely happy, and extremely sad, for I could easily hack for homebrew. However, it also meant I am unable to install the beloved BootMii for brick protection.

And they all lived happily ever after.