System updates are dangerous to a Wii console with homebrew installed onto it, as updates can "brick" the system.
But some game disks contain a system update and won't let you play the game until your Wii is updated. Answer: The simplest thing to do is to use Start Patch, if your Wii is running System Menu 4 or higher, or Star Fall if you're running System Menu 3.2.
You will be prompted in install updates after boot-up but you can decide to do it when it is convenient.
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The listed DNS servers will block various Nintendo URLs that the Wii U communicates with.
* Added 10 "PSN not required" apps to the PSN category. Add : For PS2 and PS1 the main icon (aka 'ICON0') is loaded at the path of the game. Note : (1) It use the included Wide Screen pnach collection from PCSX2.
* Added an XMBPD Rebugification skin to the style switcher (Thanks to @Berion) * Added Content IDs for No-PSN and PSN categories. If you want to use your own pnach from "/dev_usb XXX/PNACH/[CRC].pnach", you must disable Wide Screen because when you apply a pnach to the iso it change the CRC. It convert the registry to a txt file in "/dev_hdd0/tmp/xreg.txt".
These updates are designed to upgrade your Wii with new features, enhance your Wii's performance, or fix bugs from previous releases.
However, you may realize that, at times, you are better off running an old software version than upgrading to a new version with unseen problems.
If you use Start Patch/Star Fall to install this hack, you will no longer have game disks insisting on updating before you can play them.