Updating a modded wii i kiss dating goodbye by joshua harris
"boot2 is basically the area that "starts up" the Wii.
But the drawback to the new firmware update is twofold: it disables the Homebrew Channel, locking hackers out of their naughty, unofficial applications.Wii updates 4.2 and 4.3 were both specifically designed to kill homebrew.If you have lost homebrew but can still use your Wii, be happy about that, because sometimes the updates made Wiis unusable.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.When you get the Homebrew Channel back, make sure to turn off update checks and don't opt to upgrade your Wii again to prevent this from recurring.
If we must honestly answer this question, you'd have to say: "Yes there is", but we still don't recommend it for 2 reasons: So, whenever you want to re-softmod your wii, or "update" it, all you actually need to do is to follow the normal steps again.