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BootMii Public Beta 6: format fixed it
== Tests ==
=== BootMii Public Beta 6 ==={| class="wikitable sortable" style="text-align:center;"! Brand! Model! Size! NAND backup! BootMii! Boot time! Notes! Confirmed|-| '''Kingston'''| microSDHC in SD Adaptor Class 4 (China)| 8GB| {{yes2}}Works| {{yes2}}Works| | Successful BootMii load on boot and through HBC.| 0|-| '''Kingston'''| 16GB SDHC Class 4| 16GB| {{yes2}}Works| {{yes2}}Works|| Successful BootMii load on boot and through HBC.| 0|-| '''Kodak'''| SDHC Class 2| 8GB| {{yes2}}Works| {{partial2}}From HBC Only || Will not boot into BootMii or System Menu| 0|-| '''Lexar'''| microSDHC Card (SDMI4GB-695) (w/ SDHC Adapter)| 4GB| {{yes2}}Works| {{partial2}}From HBC Only| | Disc light flashes, then hangs on a black screen when the Wii is started up. Works fine when started through the HBC. NAND backup was also successful.| 0|-| '''PQI'''| 8GB SDHC| 8GB| {{yes2}}Works| {{partial2}}From HBC Only| | Will not boot into bootmii. HBC can launch bootmii. NAND backup works but free space detection is buggy (e.g., 5GB free space was detected as only 864MB). | 1|-|'''SanDisk'''| 8GB microSDHC (Sandisk adapter)| 8GB| {{yes2}}Works (with caveat)| {{partial2}}From HBC Only|| Doesn't appear to launch into bootmii directly (bootmii was installed via IOS), but HBC loads it just fine. <s>Unclear whether NAND backup can work at all with this card; it decided I didn't have enough space when there was 5 GB free.</s> A format fixed the space detection. Before, it was reading 435MB no matter the actual space, but after it was cleared, the space seemed fairly accurate and the backup/check took about 10 minutes.|0|} === BootMii Public Beta 5 ===
{| class="wikitable sortable" style="text-align:center;"
! Model
! Size
! Nand NAND backup
! BootMii
! Boot time
! Confirmed
|-
| '''KingstonCnMemory®'''| Secure Digital™ Gold Firstclass| 4GB| {{yes2}}Works| {{partial2}}Sometime (?)| || 0|-| '''PNY'''| OPTIMA SD 2GB (EMET1276)| 2GB| {{yes2}}Works| {{yes2}}Works| 0~1| Very fast. Installation and NAND Backup made without any problem.| 0|-| '''PNY'''| MicroSD in SD Adapter2GB (EM-ET1272)| 2GB| {{not tested}}| {{no2}}Doesn't Work| | | 1|-| '''Transcend'''| 8GB Class 6 SDHC| 8GB| {{yes2}}Works| {{yes2}}Works| 0~1| NAND dump testet. NAND restore untestet.| 0|-| '''Transcend'''| 2GB 150X
| 2GB
| {{yes2}}Works
|
| 0
|}
 
=== BootMii Public Beta 4 ===
 
{| class="wikitable sortable" style="text-align:center;"
! Brand
! Model
! Size
! NAND backup
! BootMii
! Boot time
! Notes
! Confirmed
|-
| '''A-Data'''
| {{yes2}}Works
| 0~1
| just Just tested nand NAND dump. no nand No NAND restore.| 0|-| '''A-Data'''| SDHC class 6| 16GB| {{yes2}}Works| {{yes2}}Works| 0~1| Seems to work fine, including NAND dump and NAND restore.| 0|-| '''Dane-elec'''| SD| 1GB| {{yes2}}Works| {{yes2}}Works| 0~1| Just tested NAND dump. No NAND restore. Backup & Verification in 13 minutes
| 0
|-
|-
| '''Kingston'''
| SDHCMicroSD in SD Adapter| 8GB1GB| {{not_testedyes2}}Works| {{no2yes2}}DoesnWorks| 0~1| Formatted with Panasonic SD Formatter| 1|-| '''Kingston'''t work| MicroSD in SD Adapter| 2GB| {{yes2}}Works| {{yes2}}Works| || 0|-| '''Kingston'''| SD| 2GB| {{yes2}}Works| {{yes2}}Works
|
|
| 01
|-
| '''Kingston'''
| {{yes2}}Works
|
| didnDidn't test nand NAND restore.
| 1
|-
| '''Kingston'''
| SDSDHC| 2GB8GB| {{yes2not_tested}}Works| {{yes2no2}}WorksDoesn't work
|
|
| 10
|-
| '''Lexar'''
| {{no2}}Doesn't Work
|
| Boots to system menu, System Menu normally; occasionally boots black screen instead.| 0|-| '''Lexar'''| Gaming SD| 2GB| {{yes2}}Works| {{no2}}Doesn't work| | Locks up Wii about 80% of the time. Usually works right after install for about 3 boots. When working, Backup/Restore works perfectly.
| 0
|-
| {{yes2}}Works
| {{yes2}}Works
| 0~1
| Works perfectly! Very fast!
| 23
|-
| '''PNY'''
| {{no2}}Doesn't Work
|
| boots Boots to blank screen, sometimes boots straight to System Menu. Model Number is in small black text on the rear of the card.
| 1
|-
| '''PNY'''
| Optima Micro SDHC| 8GB4GB
| {{not tested}}
| {{no2}}Doesn't work
|
| Boots to a black screen
| 0
|-
| '''PNY'''
| Micro Optima SDHC| 4GB8GB
| {{not tested}}
| {{no2}}Doesn't work
|
| Boots to a black screen.
| 0
|-
| '''Power Saves'''
| SD
| 512MB
| {{yes2}}Works
| {{yes2}}Works
|
| 0| 1
|-
| '''Sandisk'''
| 1
|
| 01
|-
| '''Sandisk'''
| 1
|
| 0
|-
| '''Sandisk'''
| SD Extreme III
| 1GB
| {{yes2}}Works
| {{yes2}}Works
| 0~1
| Just tested NAND dump. No NAND restore. Backup & Verification in 12 minutes.
| 0
|-
| {{no2}}Doesn't Work
|
| Boots to system menu, System Menu normally; occasionally boots black screen instead.
| 0
|-
| {{yes2}}Works
| 0~1
| just Just tested nand NAND dump. no nand No NAND restore.
| 0
|-
| {{yes2}}Works
| 1
| backupBackup/verify takes about up to 10 minutes.| 01
|-
| '''Sandisk'''
| {{yes2}}Works
| 2
| works Works just fine!| 34|-| '''Sandisk'''| MicroSD (with SD Adapter)| 2GB| {{yes2}}Works| {{yes2}}Works| | | 1
|-
| '''Sandisk'''
| {{yes2}}Works
| 2
| backupBackup/verify takes about 15 minutes.
| 0
|-
| {{yes2}}Works
| 1
| Backup/Verify 12min, 10.2 Mb Read Speed in Sandisk SDDR-89 V4, Format 64k Cluster Size for the best SD Card Menu Speed, http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=r0Bby5R_qY0
| 0
|-
| '''Sandisk'''
| MicroSD (with SD Adapter)
| 2GB
| {{yes2}}Works
| {{yes2}}Works
|
|
| 1
|-
| '''Transcend'''
| {{no2}}Doesn't work
|
| backupBackup/verify takes about 15 minutes.
| 0
|-
| {{no2}}Doesn't work
|
| Locks up Wii about 40% of the time,but seems to happen less on fresh formatted card with all files transfered in one go, . Using 16k/32k cluster size seems to help with wii access speed also on . On fat32, boots fast to Wii health screen once in a while, beta1 was always around 8 seconds slower than factory, . Still locks up before health screen randomly. Fails to boot bootmii bypassing to sysmenu, System Menu. Seems to crash before boot more than beta 1 and 2 , 18.9 Mb Read Speed in Sandisk SDDR-89 V4
| 0
|-
| '''Power Saves'''
| SD
| 512MB
| {{yes2}}Works
| {{yes2}}Works
|
|
| 1
|-
| '''Kingston'''
| MicroSD in SD Adapter
| 1GB
| {{yes2}}Works
| {{yes2}}Works
| <1
| Formatted with Panasonic SD Formatter
| 1
|}
! Model
! Size
! Nand NAND backup
! BootMii
! Boot time
| {{yes2}}Works
| 4
| Now perfectly compatible.
| 1
|-
| {{yes2}}Works
| 1
| Works Perfectly.
| 1
|-
| {{no2}}Doesn't Work
|
| Would not Doesn't load BootMii, would always go to but loads System Menuinstead.
| 0
|-
| {{yes2}}Works
| 2
| Works Perfectly.
| 1
|-
| {{yes2}}Works
|
| Works Perfectly.
| 1
|-
| {{yes2}}Works
|
| itIt's a micro SDHC in a sandisk microSD to sd SD adapter and it works fine!
| 1
|-
| {{yes2}}Works
|
| Using it in a generic microSD->sd SD adapter and it works great.
| 0
|-
| {{yes2}}Works
| 2
| Faster nand NAND Backup, with "Official Nintendo Seal" (!)
| 4
|-
| {{partial2}}Varies
|
| BootMii compatibility only works for some--Wii stuck on blank screen for about 30 secs before drivelight flashes and system menu System Menu boots, or might be ignored immediately.
| 1
|-
| {{no2}}Doesn't Work
|
| can Can used for nand NAND backup, but the freespace free space is not correct, incorrect; if there is more than 4G data in the card, bootmii will said no say not enough free space.
| 0
|-
| {{no2}}Doesn't Work
|
| can Can used for nand NAND backup, but the freespace free space is not correct, incorrect; if there is more than 4G data in the card, bootmii will said no say not enough free space.
| 0
|-
| {{yes2}} OK
|
| Now works 100% with Beta 3.
| 0
|-
| {{yes2}}Works
| 5
| An old card that came with a digital camera.
| 0
|-
! Model
! Size
! Nand NAND backup
! BootMii
! Boot time
| {{yes2}}Works
| 2.5
| Fast Boot.
| 0
|-
| {{yes2}}Works
| 2.5
| Fast boot.
| 1
|-
| {{yes2}}Works
| 2
| Everything Almost everything works fine, even HBC. But , but things like HBB and WadManager 1.4 can't seem to read the card. Same with WadManager 1.4.
| 1
|-
| {{yes2}}Works
|
| BootMii backup the NAND successfully , but the nand.bin size is 0kb...
| 0
|-
| {{no2}}Doesn't work
|
| Worked perfectly in beta1. Beta2 backups the NAND a bit slower and fails to detect bootmii files on the SD resulting in a skip to sysmenuthe System Menu.
| 0
|-
| {{yes2}}Works
| ~3
| Works, but slow on booting.
| 0
|-
| {{yes2}}Works
| 3
| Works perfectly fine.
| 0
|-
| {{yes2}}Works
| 2
| Works perfectly fine.
| 0
|-
| {{yes2}}Works
| 3
| Works perfectly.
| 0
|-
| {{yes2}}Works
| 2.8
|Fast startup, NAND backup hangs when tried.
| 0
|-
| {{no2}}Doesn't Work
|
|boot2 fails to load; NAND backup hangs when tried, output image appears to be proper size.
| 0
|-
| {{yes2}}Works
| 2
| Works Fine fine and Fastfast.
| 0
|-
| {{yes2}}Works
| 3
| Nand NAND backup hang up,but I wait hangs for one minutesminute,Backup begion then begins to work,however . However verifying backup is hang up hangs,there is a and nand.bin with is 0 byte filesbytes.
| 0
|-
| {{yes2}}Works
| 2
| Very Fast.
| 0
|-
| {{partial2}}Issues
| 3
| Didn't work for me. SD not detected by bootmii. Works fine otherwise. (20090817 - 2nd opinion: I tried FAT/FAT32 and various cluster sizes and did NOT work for me with bootmii).
| 0
|-
| {{yes2}}Works
| 3
| Took 21 seconds to boot on 0.8(beta 1).
| 2
|-
| {{yes2}}Works
| 2
| with With "Official Nintendo Seal" (!)
| 3
|-
| {{partial2}}Issues
| 3
| Works fine with Nand NAND backup. Bootmii doesn't start (for me).
| 0
|-
| {{yes2}}Works
| 2
| Very fast.
| 0
|-
| {{yes2}}Works
| 2
| Very fast.
| 0
|-
| {{no2}}Doesn't work
| /
| BootMii dondoesn't recognizes recognize the sd:/bootmii/ dirdirectory.
| 0
|-
| {{no2}}Doesn't work
|
| Locks up Wii about 20% of the time, boots fast to Wii health screen once in a while, beta1 . Beta 1 was always around 8 seconds slower than factory, Still . Beta 2 still locks up before health screen randomly. Fails It fails to boot bootmii , bypassing to sysmenuSystem Menu.
| 1
|-
! Model
! Size
! Nand NAND backup
! BootMii
! Boot time
| {{no2}}Doesn't work
|
| Doesn't Workwork.
| 0
|-
| {{partial2}}Issues
| 18
| Very slow.
| 0
|-
| {{partial2}}Issues
| 20
| Very slow for BootMii / Format Failure for Nand NAND Backup.
| 0
|-
| {{yes2}}Works
| 1
| Very fast.
| 0
|-
| {{partial2}}Issues
| 10
| Average of 10sec 10 seconds to boot after initial power on.
| 0
|-
| {{yes2}}Works
|
| Works fine (it's slow if you use more than 1gb 1GB of the SD card).
| 0
|-
| {{yes2}}Works
| 1
| Very fast.
| 0
|-
| {{not_tested}}
|
| Not tested.
| 0
|-
| {{partial2}}Issues
| 14
| Very slow.
| 0
|-
| {{not_tested}}
|
| Fails verification of Nand NAND Backup.
| 0
|-
| {{partial2}}Issues
| 21
| Very slow.
| 0
|-
| {{yes2}}Works
| 3
| Works perfectly fine.
| 0
|-
| {{yes2}}Works
| 3
| Works perfectly fine.
| 0
|-
| {{yes2}}Works
| 3
| Works perfectly fine.
| 0
|-
| {{yes2}}Works
| 2
| works/Works and is fast.
| 0
|-
| {{yes2}}Works
| 1
| with With "Official Nintendo Seal" (!)
| 1
|-
| {{partial2}}Issues
| 23
| Very slow.
| 0
|-
| {{partial2}}Issues
| 20
| Very slow.
| 0
|-
| {{no2}}Doesn't work
|
| Wont boot BootMii and also locks up Wii 1 in 5 times or so (No Boot).
| 1
|-
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