Just a little issue I solved when transferring Wii System Data to my Wii U so I could upscale my Wii Shop Channel games with e Shop.
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Everything went perfectly as i wanted plus i added myself the SD card menu and all other old days stuff still working as well.
Well, after debating whether or not to update since i spent 2 hours downgrading back to 3.2 a while ago, i finally decided to update since i really want this feature. Along with the new SD Card Menu, you can also download games from the Wii Shop Channel directly to an SD Card.
I was mostly just trying to compare load times between NES, SNES, N64, and Wii Ware Games and then see how they played. Here is the list of changes (From wii/menuupdate) * Store more—Add more Wii storage using SD Cards or the high capacity SDHC Card format (up to 32GB) * Improved SD Card support—launch Wii Ware™ titles, Virtual Console™ games, or channels directly from an SD/SDHC Card * Let your Wii console move games and channels to an SD/SDHC Card with Auto Manage when system memory fills up * Download titles from the Wii Shop Channel to Wii system memory or directly to an SD/SDHC Card This is a video of me formatting my Wii to it's factory settings which is erasing all of its data.
Nintendo has released a minor system update for the Wii U, bringing the version number up to 4.03 U.
The last system update we saw was in September, which brought the ability to automatically receive demos through Spot Pass, as well as other enhancements.
While this new update isn’t as significant, it does address system stability and other adjustments.
The last few updates have added a few new features: It’s nice to see improvements to the internet browser for the Wii U, but lots of work still needs to be done.
While the browser does support the latest HTML 5 technology, it doesn’t recognize the audio tag and therefore won’t play audio files.
In January during Nintendo’s financial briefing, president Satoru Iwata briefly touched on a Quick Start Menu function that will arrive by system update this summer.
This feature will half the time it takes from turning on the console to starting a game, as the current time is around 20 seconds.
TO AVOID FUTURE QUESTIONS, IN ORDER FOR THIS TO WORK YOU MUST HAVE PRIILOADER HACKED ON YOUR WII, AND SYSTEM MENU HACKS.