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    Upgrade Firmware Version

    My current softmodded Wii firmware version is 4.1E, how do I update it to the latest 4.3?

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    u don't, there is no need

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    Quote Originally Posted by Pob3008 View Post
    u don't, there is no need
    What's new in 4.3?

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    more anti homebrew

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    Quote Originally Posted by Pob3008 View Post
    more anti homebrew
    Sorry about this, what does anti homebrew do?

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    It was Nintendo's attempt to stopping homebrew (why Bannerbomb doesn't work on 4.3, only to find that letterbomb does, otherwise the only other method of hacking systems are disk-based exploits).

    4.1 just leaves more options open to you in the future than 4.3.

    Anything any games require that may be part of a system update are all included in the "Softmod Any Wii" guide, so as long as you followed that, your system is current. Menu level has nothing to do with the IOSs installed once you've modded it.

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    Quote Originally Posted by llaffer View Post
    Anything any games require that may be part of a system update are all included in the "Softmod Any Wii" guide, so as long as you followed that, your system is current. Menu level has nothing to do with the IOSs installed once you've modded it.
    I've softmodded my Wii to 4.1E one year ago using the guides on WiiHacks, haven't been playing on my Wii for a while and I think my cIOS, IOS and the apps on my SD card is out of date

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    follow the softmod anywii guide to update your softmod

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    Quote Originally Posted by Pob3008 View Post
    follow the softmod anywii guide to update your softmod
    Which section in the guide should I be looking to update my softmod?

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    We usually suggest people follow the entire guide.

    Though, if your HBC is current (1.1.0) and you have your NAND backup still in tact, you can jump to chapter 2.

    If you have HBC of something other than 1.1.0 and you don't have a NAND backup, then start at the top.

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