Semi-brick (NTSC) through recent game update
Cannot access settings menu (get Opera issue) on Wii - after web searching discovered this would be a 'SEMI-BRICK'.
How can I get it back to normal?
Wii is a US NTSC bought and chipped in Hong Kong - I bought it from a friend and do not know what chip it has. It has no non-standard software on it (no homebrew channel etc).
I have not tried to access the settings for a while, on loading a fairly new game recently it asked to do an update, but I cannot remember exactly which game it was. However checking my PC it appears I used a PAL COD Modern Warfare Reflex disc so that could be the likely culprit.
Before I do anything I thought I'd consult the experts - there appears to be some semi-brick fix discs out there but the forum entries are old and I don't want to make the situation worse.
I normally just burn and play the games and do not venture any further in to Wii hacking - am happy and capable to follow instructions but all Wii terminology to me is new.
Any help gratefully received.
Recent games I've played (in case this helps)- I always go for NTSC games if it is displayed, it would appear I downloaded a couple of games without checking.
Tiger Woods Golf 2010
COD Modern Warfare Reflex
Mario & Sonic at Winter Olympic games