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    Update

    I have a Wii than I downgraded to 3.2u and I have installed on it:

    HackMii - boot2
    CMDVDX34
    WMIOS35
    IOSDowngraderv1
    cIOS Downgrader
    HBC

    If I upgrade the Wii normally:

    Will the Wii get bricked?
    Will the HBC remain installed?
    Should I uninstall everything I've installed? if so, How?

    P.S. I've read almost every post about the firmware 4.2, I know it is not a very good firmare. But I just want to know the answers.

    Thanks in advance.

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    simplest answer to all your questions: DO NOT update yet

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    Thanks, but I'd like my Wii back to normal, when I was able to play games directly from the Wii Menu, not via HBC because I my firmware version.

    The only reason I downgrade my Wii was to cheat on MM9 :P now than I'm done with that, I have no more use for 3.2u.

    I know the HBC is easily uninstalled, but not so sure about everything else.

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    well, if you dont want to play backups anymore, and dont need HBC etc, then go ahead and update to 4.2, just make sure you read all the threads about it first.

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    aaaaaaaaaa a cioscrp fail issue? uninstall cioscorp first

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