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    Downgrade from 4.2U to 4.1U

    Is it safe to do this? I've been having issues getting my Wii to read GC retail discs and I read on gbatemp that it may be an issue caused by the System Menu (apparently other 4.2U users had this issue too). Thanks for any help

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    There's always a risk when installing any wad file, including SM wads. If the SM is a nice clean download from NUSD, it is relatively safe, but like I said, there's always a risk.
    Make sure you have a Nand backup before hand, and make sure to re-install priiloader when your fresh SM is up and running. If you brick, I'm not responsible. Just saying.



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    Looks like there's no reason to try it lol, I have determined my laser is messed up somehow. I tried all 18 of my GC disc on CleanRip and of those 18 only 2 copied...and it took more than 5 tries to get them to make it to 100% :P

    Thank you for the response though.

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    No probs mate. Replacement lasers are real cheap. You're bound to find one on ebay or somewhere like that.



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    I'm more so worried about the damage I'd probably cause trying to replace it lol. Though I have opened up other electronics and been able to put them back together without damage so maybe it's worth a try.

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