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    updating to 4.1 from 3.3e. Need some advice

    Hi

    I have a old wii that I want to update to 4.1e from 3.3e

    it is already softmodded and has piiloader installed as a IOS and bootmii installed into boot2 (i think thats what its called)

    I just wanted to make sure if anything needs to be uninstalled or if anything on the system could result in a brick?

    thank you in advance to any advice before I update!

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    i think you should be good. check with some other people first though. I dont know much about European wiis

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    when you update make sure you install the ios60 patched before you update......

    how do you have priiloader on 3.3.....NO hacks

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    Hello Bubblegum and welcome to the WiiHacks community. There is a guide to updating your previously softmodded Wii HERE.

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    Thanks for the help guys!

    and yes Cile thats one of the reosons I want to update, 3.3e seems to be one of the least supported firmwares in the homebrew community and I want to try catch up.

    oh and great site btw!

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