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    NSMB:Wii

    Hi guys, I have recently installed a drivekey (it was shipped two weeks ago) onto my PAL Wii which has firmware 4.1E on it. When I try to boot the ISO for NSMB, it asks for a firmware update. Is it safe to do so? I have a PAL Wii and a PAL copy of the game (its the BAHAMUT iso from megaups, if that matters). I just don't want to brick my Wii as soon as I get it modded!

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    DO NOT UPDATE!

    Welcome To WiiHacks!

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    So what can I do?

    Thanks for the quick reply

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    you can update via the disc and you will be fine, just be sure you use pal discs on a pal system or you will brick your wii.

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    Quote Originally Posted by jax View Post
    DO NOT UPDATE!

    Welcome To WiiHacks!
    wow, thats really helpful, im sure lots of people will be using that information.

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    Quote Originally Posted by PimP420 View Post
    you can update via the disc and you will be fine, just be sure you use pal discs on a pal system or you will brick your wii.
    So theres no risk to updating using this disc? It will work ok?

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    Quote Originally Posted by PimP420 View Post
    wow, thats really helpful, im sure lots of people will be using that information.
    I'm Sorry ,But I was told never to update thru Big N or Disc.

    Just Update Using new revs And such!

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    What I mean is, as long as I use PAL ISOs from now on, then updating using this disk WILL NOT have any effect on my Wii?

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    Quote Originally Posted by Scorpia View Post
    What I mean is, as long as I use PAL ISOs from now on, then updating using this disk WILL NOT have any effect on my Wii?
    I can't Answer That Question ,I've never updated using a disc.

    Piiloader stops updates.

    Should check in to that!

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    Quote Originally Posted by jax View Post
    I can't Answer That Question ,I've never updated using a disc.

    Piiloader stops updates.

    Should check in to that!
    Hi.

    I to have the new drivekey and updated my wii safely to 4.1e with a downloaded iso of NSMB. I can still play import games and pal games. Just be sure you use a pal for youre pal Wii. And dont use patched iso's.

    It is safe to upgrade only if its the same region as youre Wii. If you want to keep play import games then dont upgrade to 4.2. Nintendo blocked that future in the firmware. NSMB only updates to 4.1

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