If you have lost homebrew but can still use your Wii, be happy about that, because sometimes the updates have made Wiis unusable. The latest upgrade as I write this is 4.3, but if you were updated by an older game you might wind up with 4.2 or even something older.
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 simply need to reinstall homebrew for the appropriate OS.
If you manage to get homebrew back, make sure to turn off update checks and disable Wii Connect24 in Wii Settings so this doesn't happen again.
k so heres what happens, I go to my settings, then i hit update. Heres the funny part when i go to settings it says 4.3U when it did not even update.
But in June/July a lot of people started reporting complete inability to upgrade due to this error. There are all kinds of arcane solutions to this around (check out AUDISIOJUNIOR’s solution for arcane) but reports are that Nintendo tells people As best Andrew and I can tell Nintendo is right, it is your ISP’s fault, at least in a way, although they aren’t being very specific.Also, bear in mind that the Wii U only supports wifi, so you cannot connect using ethernet.You must have a wireless router unless of course you wish to search and spend the extra money on the ethernet cable dongle hookup that is available if you can find it.9: After that it will prompt you to update your Wii U automatically, if you haven't already done so then go ahead and if you have already updated then just hit "cancel".1: If you have a Windows XP/Vista/7 pc, click the windows icon in the bottom left corner (the Start Button icon).You can use my homebrew installation guide to learn how to determine which homebrew package you need and how to install it to your system.