Updating a modded wii updating i930 software
The update also "bricks" legitimate Wii consoles, leaving them utterly dead in the water, a brick of metal and plastic so to speak.Nintendo's technical support forum is currently lit up with reports that consoles are locking up while downloading the update, and will not reboot when unplugged and restarted; Neo GAF is also listing similar reports, with "non-HBC" Wii owners claiming "bricking" as well."The problem appears to lie with an incredibly shoddily programmed update to boot2 of the Wii," reads this forum announcement on Neo GAF. But the update stopped at the download, and now I cannot update the system, it says error 32007...Can I fix the update using an game, like DK Returns?
I'm on wii system 4.2 and for some reason Nintendo won't let me download the new system update.
Today, more than 1.5 years since the last one, Nintendo finally released a new Firmware update for the Wii U.
This is a pretty big one, that adds compatibility with Switch games, but also controllers and... Here's the actual "patchnotes": Originally Posted by L~A Today, more than 1.5 years since the last one, Nintendo finally released a new Firmware update for the Wii U.
It's that time again folks -- the moment when you're rushing out of the house, but you make the oh-so-wise decision to head in even later rather than leaving that glowing Wii unattended.
Today, Wii owners in Europe, Japan, and the US can download a shiny new firmware update, which institutes a new digital clock on the main menu, a few "aesthetic changes to the Wii Shop," an updated Forecast Channel window, a "Today's Accomplishments" note on the message board, and a made over Wii Shop that "changes the way Virtual Console games are ordered." Also of note, some users are reporting that a message appears before updating that states: "If your Wii console has an unauthorized technical modification, this upgrade could cause interoperability of your console." Of course, this shouldn't come as a surprise considering the Big N's crackdown on modders, but in our single attempt of updating a Wii left on standby, the aforementioned statement did not appear.