Nintendo wii updating frozen

That being said, it's a little unfair to claim Nintendo is consistently in third place.

The trouble is, comparing Nintendo's consoles to Xboxes and Play Stations is akin to comparing apples and oranges.

Despite being understandably overshadowed by the Nintendo Switch in a major way, the Wii U just received an unexpected update out of nowhere.

When it comes to the great console war, for the past two decades (almost) the two heavy hitters have been Microsoft and Play Station.

A Semi/Partial Brick occurs when a System Menu update from the wrong region is installed on a Wii or some resources have been otherwise damaged, breaking some (but not all) of the functionality of the System Menu.

Typically, games will still boot but the Settings menu will not work -- this prevents the system from healing itself with an online update.

We're not entirely sure how this update will improve your Wii U, but reports it will likely add "improvements to overall system stability and other minor adjustments have been made to enhance the user experience." It hasn't been so long since the last Wii U update as you might imagine.

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The Wii is the third best selling console of all time, and the Switch has almost sold more units than the Xbox One despite being released a full four years later.

 It’s pretty much common sense, but I guess the anticipation and excitement has gotten the best of many Nintendo fans.

Just wanted to share this experience with you in hopes that I can save the lives of so many Wii U consoles that may find themselves endangered due to unknowing or incompetent owners.

Many users did exactly that, probably assuming their system froze, Wi-Fi was messed up, or something else, but apparently these users are now enjoying a very heavy paperweight: their Wii Us are bricked. Whether you’re downloading updates to your phone, updates to your PC, or updates to anything else…

we always see the, “Do not restart or power off your device during the installation/upgrade process.”?

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