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    My Grandson bought a second hand Wii recentley. I bought him a game Zelda Skyward Sword, but when he tried to play the Wii had to be updated.

    I tried to update but got error message 32004. After many enquiries Nindento told me some illegal software must have been put on.
    I have pressed the reset button on the Wii and the following came up.

    System Menu
    Homebrew Channel
    Bootmii ios

    Installed File
    Load/Install File
    System Menu Hacks
    Settings



    IOS V70
    Systemmenu v482 Priiloader v0.3b (r480m)
    Priiloader is a mod of preloader 0.30

    I have no idea what the above is.

    The only channels on the Wii are Disc, news, Weather, Shopping & MII.

    Can someone give some help to enable him to play game, but in easy to understand language.

    Many thanks in advance

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    What you are seeing there is Priiloader. It is specifically made to stop certain things from happening, such as system updates etc. Select system menu hacks and disable all hacks then save. After that you should be able to perform your system update without errors.

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    Quote Originally Posted by cjizzle View Post
    What you are seeing there is Priiloader. It is specifically made to stop certain things from happening, such as system updates etc. Select system menu hacks and disable all hacks then save. After that you should be able to perform your system update without errors.
    Thanks, but without sounding too thick how do you select system menu hacks, have tried with Wii control, but nothing happens

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    Use the d-pad on your Wii remote to move up and down. If it is not working you may have to re-sysnc your remote from the health and warning screen.

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    thanks cjizzle, it nows says :-
    failed to mount fat device
    can`t find hacks.ini on nand

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    Yeah thats one thing I didnt think about. I dont suppose the Wii you bought came with an sd card, or you have a spare lying around do you?

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    no card came with Wii and I do not have a sd card, but I could go and get one

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    Yes you will need one. I'd recommend a sandisk, 2GB or less.

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    Quote Originally Posted by cjizzle View Post
    Yes you will need one. I'd recommend a sandisk, 2GB or less.
    hi cjizzle, now have card

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    Create a folder called apps on the root of your sd card. Inside that folder, create a folder called priiloader. Download THIS and put it in the sd/apps/priiloader folder that you just created. Insert the sd card into your Wii, launch priiloader again by powering on and holding in the reset button, navigate to system menu hacks, and make sure all are disabled and then save. Then try to do the system update.

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