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Nintendo has released a new version of [[boot1]], which disables Bootmii as a [[boot2]] hack. Fortunately, Bootmii can also be modified to work as a replacement for IOS, or as a separate IOS (likely [[IOS255]]). See more at [http://hackmii.com/2009/02/bootmii-and-the-new-boot1/ Hackmii]. Since boot1 cannot be updated, all consoles already manufactured before this update are safe. About 10% of the consoles that ran the BootMii Checker tool have the new boot1.
==Videos/ScreenshotsMedia== [[File:Bootmii_screenshot.png|thumb|right|200px|Screenshot. Click for larger image.]] <youtube size="small" align="left">9oAQ9i4FMeg</youtube>This is a demo from Marcan about the BootMii platform. This is (a very old version of) the official BootMii. Please read the video description if you are wondering about the hardware on his Wii.<youtubebr><br><br><br><br><br><br><br><br>9oAQ9i4FMeg</youtubebr>[[File:Bootmii_screenshot.png|frame|right|This is a screenshot of a new version of BootMii.]] 
==External links==
* http://www.hackmii.com/
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