If you're running something earlier, though, you'll need to update your platform.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.Although it may be a little unnerving to simply let an application do so much at once, most users report no difficulty with the massive updating effort, although the tool will also permit individual updates instead of a larger mass-update operation.
This will allow you to shop with the latest Wii Shop Channel without updating the Wii System Menu.
The main reason you shouldn't update to Wii System Menu 4.2 or 4.3 is that there is no actual update for anything, just annoying ways attempting to prevent Wii hacking.
to re-install IOS60 (if you are on Wii Firmware 4.0 or 4.1) or IOS70 (if you are on Wii Firmware 4.2) or IOS80 (if you are on Wii Firmware 4.3) with the signature hash check (trucha bug).
Also, if you are using Preloader and you "dop" IOS60 or IOS70 or IOS80, remember to reinstall Preloader after "doping"; otherwise, you won't be able to load the System Menu.
i manage to install back HBC and also necessary channel. now, how can I restore system menu and fix this error ?
shall i need to burn skyward sword Jap version and let it update or what?
List/ The emu is still in beta stages and most games have issues anyway......
Of course it also depends on the source of your games too.
They all seem to suck balls running the roms on emulators!