Updating wii via sd card

After doing so, you can (if you want) delete the installer from your card :)Edited 1 time(s). Sif Jar & Axel, Thanks for all your advice & I'll implement them shortly.

I did try using Gecko OS to load the games, & that's when it indicated to me that I need to install the IOS58.

Do not save the zip files themselves to the SD card, only the contents. Once it is done it will ask you to Push 1 on the Wiimote to continue. This means to open up Bootmii you’ll need to do it through the Homebrew Channel. After it is loaded: The Wii is now jailbroken and modded out.

The automatic update via HBC always fail (even after using a wired LAN connection), so I'm wondering if I can just both remove the HBC v.1.0.3 & upload the HBC v.1.0.8 via PC?Or an easier way to upgrade SD cards that I'm missing?Now that the Wii-U is out, there isn’t much use for that old Wii you have laying around is there? You can turn your old Wii into a total Nintendo entertainment center by jailbreaking it. Note: Formatting the card will erase all data that is currently on it.This way if your Wii ever fails you’ll know where to find them. One of the suggested things to do is pick up an external USB hard drive (reformatted to FAT32) and connect it to the Wii. In the meantime here are a few utilities that are worth downloading to the SDcard or the external hard drive once you set it up.Back in the Homebrew channel, launch the Wii Mod Batch. If you save them to the SD card, they can be launched via the Homebrew Channel.

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