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Access wii shop channel without updating

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But the disk didn't have any update on it, console is running 4.3e and does not allow me to access the shop without an update and the update never happens.The progress bar doesn't even move and then after a few minutes I get the 32007 error code.

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If you've installed the Homebrew Channel then a Wii System Update could brick your Wii (one update was specifically designed to do so, with the side effect of bricking non-homebrewed Wiis as well).Or if there are any other solutions anyone could recommend, I would really appreciate them. It has been updated on 09 March 2011 and now I can't access the shop without applying the update, but I can't download the update.So I think there is something wrong with the console itself.However, I thought that since the red 25 th anniversary console was released in November, it would already have the latest September "hot fix" update on it.Are there any other games that have the update, apart from Mario-All Stars?Or if you are somewhere else, I would pay speedservices both ways.

Or if you have a cool new game that has 4.3u and are willing it go for a good price, please let me know. However, I did a bit more research and it seems that the 4.3 is in fact the latest firmware. It seems that the problem is with the shop channel.

If you're running something earlier, though, you'll need to use the instructions below.

To install channel updates without installing a system update you will need a homebrew application designed to update specific Wii Channels while avoiding a system update.

With Wii SCU you will be shown a list of individual updates for your channels, plus some other updates.

Wii SCU has a simple interface but doesn't tell you what non-channel-specific updates need to be installed for specific channels to work.

Deletes the Homebrew Channel and DVDX, title IDs HAXX, DVDX, JODI, DISC, and DISK. However, HBC 1.0.7 or later contains the HW_AHBPROT flags, which was DVDX formerly. IOS254 was stubbed causing Boot Mii to be deleted if it was installed. The System Menu will display "Error:004" if it finds Bannerbomb.