Updating wii system for mario galaxy wiikey

11-Dec-2019 13:10

If you are thinking of modding, unless you have an old Wii, chances are you will have a D2C console.

D2C chips are undetectable as they don't actually inject code/modify anything where as the Wii Key does.

I hope this serves well for new wiikeyers :)Well it depends how sure you want to be.

Peaople have different hardware, some people find that a ~15mb file works; others may not.

Just to confirm: I installed 1.9s on my key (first upgrade I've done to the key) and works fine.

I didn't chop or anything, just burnt the ISO with IMGburn to DVD.

Is this based on research/knowledge of the operation of the Wii or a guess?

If it is just a guess then here is my counter argument: An optical disk drive is just too slow for gameplay. Unless you are viewing a cut scene, then yes you simply stream.

Should I update my Wii to the latest version before running the 1.9s update?or install the 1.9s update and the update the Wii to 3.2 (that's the newest isn't it?)Haven't actually updated my wiikey from the version it came with.Does this kind of thing happen every once in a while, or is it a sign that my Wii's dying? It will, amongst other things, allow you to play backups of your Wii and Game Cube games (subject to certain limitations).

Should I update my Wii to the latest version before running the 1.9s update?

or install the 1.9s update and the update the Wii to 3.2 (that's the newest isn't it?

)Haven't actually updated my wiikey from the version it came with.

Does this kind of thing happen every once in a while, or is it a sign that my Wii's dying?

It will, amongst other things, allow you to play backups of your Wii and Game Cube games (subject to certain limitations).

I've put in the game Up and it's asking for an update? It plays some back ups fine, first time, which it used to always do, but it's not playing other backups.