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 Sep 30, 2009 - 02:51 PM - by Michael
* Wii "update" pushed

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Big N have pushed an "update" to the system software for the Wii, which apparently targets "unauthorized" software (Homebrew Channel and other items) as well as rewriting something core to the system. Word over on Nintendo's forums, along with a lot of deleted/scrubbed posts, indicates that the update package for the core system file is none-too-clean and may be causing Wii's to brick.

Install at your own risk; my advice is to not bother if you value your Wii's functionality.
 

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