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Wii Menu doesn't start up!

I hooked up my Japanese wii to my wireless internet last night and since it was late i stopped it halfway through the process of Saving the settings or updating the settings, and the next day i turned on my Wii and it showed the menu but before i can move the control it flashed away and something in Japanese popped up, and i can't read it, but i know it said something about referring to the User Guide! what happened?? please help! Thank you in advance!!

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I think you just bricked that wii dude
i think there are ways yo unbrick it but i think they all require a bit more than the average user is capable of...

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