Something like this seems to be happening with most of the recent Wii updates. It's fairly likely, though, that there might just be an update to the Homebrew Channel that bypasses the security settings. It's sort of like a game of chess: Nintendo keeps trying to put the Homebrew Channel in check, but they just move somewhere else.
I do have a question though. Does it automatically update to this version when you play a game that says it needs a Wii Update, or is that something separate?
Depends. Last time I checked, it was only if its a new game. Example:
If you have LoZ Twilight Princess and play it, it won't ask for an update. HOWEVER. If you get a new game, like...just as an example, New Super Mario Brothers Wii, it will force an update on your Wii, to be able to play the games. Pretty much, any new game that you HAVE NOT PLAYED on your Wii, will check for Wii System updates, and if it finds one, will update your Wii, IIRC.
Okay. First off, what version are you running? Make sure its the latest. Good. Next, float down the right side of the screen, keeping a small distance from the invisible wall. And dodging munchers and Koopas. Finally, it should be on a ledge about 3/4ths of the way down, in front of a tree trunk.
Philadelphia-area GameFly subscribers asking why their games keep going missing in the mail may have an answer. Local news site Philly.com is reporting that a former US Postal Service worker pleaded guilty to stealing more than 2,200 games from the Netflix-like, mail-based rental service.
Given the value of the mail theft, Reginald Johnson, 34 (not pictured), now faces 12 to 18 months in a federal prison. According to prosecutors, a surveillance operation found that the former mail handler stole $86,000 worth of games from April to September 2008. The operation, which used test mailings, was prompted by increasing reports of GameFly games going missing beginning in late 2007.
When the surveillance operation ended on September 5, 2008, federal agents moved in to arrest Johnson, who attempted to flee in his SUV before crashing it. Authorities recovered 160 GameFly envelopes from the vehicle, along with three Wii Fits, five "Nintendo Wii Sports" [sic], and an unspecified PlayStation console. Also inside the van were numerous receipts indicating that Johnson had been trading in games to local GameStop locations in exchange for consoles, according to his plea agreement.
The Philadelphia arrest hits GameFly closer to home than one might think. In 2007, the Los Angeles-based company opened a distribution center in Pennsylvania's second city, Pittsburgh, to improve service to the East Coast.
The thefts also aren't GameFly's only problem with the United States Postal Service. In April, the company filed a complaint with the Postal Regulatory Commission alleging that the USPS gives preferential treatment to Blockbuster and movie-by-mail service Netflix.
I'm pretty sure they don't support database transfers, PLUS, sites like those have been known to be "Wiki Farms", aka, if so many people hit there, they take the content, ban that account, and claim ALL the content as their own.
I remember SNN posting somewhere else about this. He stated that Carol's allows more channels or something, but Romi's is easier to use (?), correct me if I'm wrong. Although the amount of channels in both is extremely high, so...I'd suggest Romi's. And what are you having trouble with, exactly?