Going clean

Discussion in 'Wii - Hacking' started by Kysafen, Jul 24, 2010.

Jul 24, 2010

Going clean by Kysafen at 8:50 PM (685 Views / 0 Likes) 4 replies

  1. Kysafen
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    Newcomer Kysafen Newbie

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    With Other M coming out soon, I surmise it'll probably require a system update, and since I spent a fucking DAY trying in failure to get NeoGamma to work on my Wii, buying a backup copy of Other M and burning the .iso to a DVD-R isn't going to do it either. So I'm definitely considering upgrading to 4.3.

    So,
    1. Would upgrading to 4.3 brick my Wii? (I followed the Complete Softmod guide and have CIOS 249 installed)
    2. If so, are there tutorials to make my Wii completely homebrew-free so that the 4.3 upgrade won't brick it?
     
  2. Clarky

    Member Clarky Don't you know who I think I am?

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    the firmware shouldnt matter, as long as you have the right ios' installed the game should run

    as to answer your questions

    1.no it shouldnt brick your wii, the homebrew channel will be removed though
     
  3. tj_cool

    Supervisor tj_cool Stuff

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    The guide in that topic isn't the completesoftmodguide, but anyway there is no reason to go to 4.3. Why do you want to update to it?
    Also, making your Wii "clean" again isn't a good idea either.
     
  4. Slowking

    Member Slowking GBAtemp Maniac

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    Stay on 4.1. It has all the same features as 4.2 and 4.3 minus all the homebrew deleting and bricking of region changed consoles crap.
     
  5. Zetta_x

    Member Zetta_x The Insane Statistician

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    You may also want to block disc updates with priiloader.
     

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