UPDATE Solution that worked for me is in this response: https://gbatemp.net/threads/remove-delete-downloaded-system-menu-update.373594/#post-5147419 ### Having looked at these threads: https://gbatemp.net/threads/delete-already-downloaded-3ds-system-update.359062/ https://gbatemp.net/threads/remove-ready-to-start-system-update-at-the-boot.352948/ https://gbatemp.net/threads/deleting-downloaded-but-not-installed-system-updates.353445/ It's still not clear to me if I can remove a downloaded System Menu update. I have a 3DS on System Menu Ver. 3.0.0-6U, but it has downloaded some unknown more recent version to which it is prompting to upgrade. If I go into my System Settings and tell it to perform an upgrade, it says that it can do so without connecting to the Internet. So there must be a stored update on here somewhere. I have tried removing all data from my SD, but the System Settings continue to say that it can perform the update. I don't want to format the System Memory, but if this will remove the downloaded update then I will do so. But I want to first confirm that this will remove the downloaded update. Is there something else to try? Or do I not need to be worried at all? Can I just use a game with a 4.1-4.5 firmware update and it will use the game's update and not the downloaded version? My end goal is to update my 3.x 3DS to a 4.1-4.5 3DS. I have a Gateway 3DS in my possession. Thank you for any help.