Updating nintendo wii
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After the Homebrew Channel is installed, it appears in the Wii System Menu where you can use it to easily install homebrew applications.
The Wii is not designed to support homebrew applications.
Occasionally, users update their Wii operating systems, not realizing doing so results in the loss of the Homebrew Channel.
The latest upgrade version at the time of publication is 4.3.
To find out what version of the operating system you have, go into Wii Options, click on Wii Settings and check the number on the upper right corner of that screen. Now you reinstall the Homebrew Channel for the appropriate OS.