Problem updating

Discussion in 'Wii U - Hacking & Backup Loaders' started by pin, Aug 22, 2016.

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    Hi,

    Seems now may be the time to update from 5.3.2 but am having some trouble. When I try to update i am getting the following error message 'error code 108-0142'. Pretty sure nothing is blocked anymore although I did use an update nag remover a while back. Any ideas?

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  2. Wolf_Lovel

    Wolf_Lovel GBAtemp Regular

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    Question, did you mod your vwii in any way? that can prevent a system update, if you use the wrong file ex. Wii in vWii. Even if it doesnt seem to brick, it can still prevent updates.
     
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    I only soft modded following the tutorials. I haven't messed with it any further and my vwii works fine still
     
  4. Wolf_Lovel

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    Somewhere, Up high in the Sky...
    hmm... I'll do a little research on the message, sorry i was gone for so long.

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    Yep, I did research (aka google) and it says it could be a problem with the server, you might want to double check everything you have done so far, also, try to preform a connection test, if possible.
     
  5. Kafluke

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    Did you use a Wii tutorial for softmodding instead of a vWii guide?
     
  6. Wolf_Lovel

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    ...Thats a good question too. is there anyway we could get a link to the guide you used?
     
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    If not any of the above did you change your connection setting or start fresh? If the first one I would delete all my connections and then re-establish them fresh then make sure to reapply tubehax or whatever method you had prior. I don't know otherwise just throwing an idea out there.
     
  8. loco365

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    Check to see if you have any filters set on your access point. They might be blocking your ability to update.
     
  9. Bug_Checker_

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    Eliminate the usual suspects and run a SysCheck HDE on your vWii to verify all is good on the vWii side.
     
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    Nope, vanilla tut from this forum

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    Yes, I used a new connection and deleted all old ones.
     
  11. tech3475

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    edit:
    nvm.
     
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    hmm,, I'll try a wired connection later and see if that helps. Cheers
     
  13. tech3475

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    Sorry about that, I tried googling the code but it turned out Google wasn't strictly enforcing the error code.

    Since you've seen the message, here was the link if you want to try it anyway:
    http://www.technobuffalo.com/2012/12/11/wii-u-error-code-108-0075/
     
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    Yeah, I saw it was a diff error code but I don't have strong wifi so it could be the culprit