Updating modified wii
Also, if you are using Preloader and you "dop" IOS60 or IOS70 or IOS80, remember to reinstall Preloader after "doping"; otherwise, you won't be able to load the System Menu.
Instead, boot HBC through Preloader to reinstall it.
Because the updated agreement applies to you and your use of the Wii Network Service, you should view the updated version by clicking on the Wii icon located on the lower-left portion of the Wii Menu, selecting Wii Settings, accessing the Internet settings, and selecting User Agreements.
You may also view the updated Wii User Agreement online at
During Boot Mii's development, its authors noticed that Nintendo's code had critical bugs and could sometimes permanently brick a console by writing incorrect or unchecked data to flash memory, so they decided to write their own, much safer flashing code.
Now, Nintendo has pushed a boot2 update to all Wii users, and the results are what was expected: users are reporting bricks after installing 4.2 on unmodified consoles.
marcansoft writes "On September 28, Nintendo released a Wii update, titled 4.2.
This update was targeted squarely at homebrew, performing sweeping changes throughout the system.
These cases can be fixed by installing a newer version of the System Menu from a disc of the correct region, or with any other tool that can modify the System Menu.To brick a Wii is to damage the console beyond repair - as in 'A bricked Wii has all the electronic functionality of a brick'.To put it simply, fully bricked Wii consoles do absolutely nothing.This can be fixed if the Wii has previously had Boot Mii (as Boot2), WC24 title booting or Preloader installed, otherwise it's the hypothetical equivalent to a Full Brick.Since boot2 is intact during a Banner Brick, any user who owns a pre Q4 2008 Wii with Boot Mii installed (as boot2) can access Boot Mii regardless of any corrupt WAD installed.