The Wiikey team has promised to release an updated version of the disc in the near future. For the moment there seems to be no problem updating to Nintendo's Wii firmware 4.2 (using the safe updater in case you use Homebrew apps/channels) if you have a Wiikey installed.One solution is to install the system update, provided that the game is of the same region as your Wii.Insert the SD card into the Wiikey Fusion card reader and start up the Wii.Use the reset button (quick press) to move from game to game (or to the config option) When you have chosen the game you want, press the reset button (long press) and the Wii will restart.The patches are cumulative, so you need only to install the last version available.The last version available: Firmware 1.99 Beta - 20 Due to it's popularity the Wiikey has been cloned.
However, special patches have to be applied to gamecue-homebrew discs, including the Wii Key setup disc. Soon after this happened to me, I started to find a lot of people with the same problem in forums around the net.However, most are told to “check for dry joints/shorts” or “check your media”.Yes, Gamecube homebrew games and apps can be burned on DVDs.
However, special restrictions apply when using Wii firmware 3.0 or higher (see below).
Wii Firmware Version – 3.0E Original/Clone Wiikey – Original Previous Wiikey Firmware Version – 1.9b Any problems Updating? This entry was posted on December 1, 2007 at pm and is filed under 1.9g with tags 1.9g, backups, firmware, galaxy, originals, recovery, smg, wiikey.