please try again later." I've went to support.ninento.com, but they were no help. It's been going on for a couple of days for me now.Try manually setting your IP, changing MTU to 1500 and opening the ports the Wii uses, like: TCP 28910, TCP 29900, TCP 29901, TCP 29920, TCP 80, TCP 443 and UDP 0 to 6553. yes that would ideally be helpful but I don't live in the US.In a non-homebrewed Wii, the game will install the proper IOS if it isn't already there, but operating system updates from Nintendo are designed to destroy homebrew, which is why users avoid updating when the Homebrew Channel is installed.
And I don't think we have a channel 1 or 11 over here. I'll try again tomorrow and disconnect the connection, and then connect it again to see any results.
Using the Left Stick, scroll to the "System Update" icon and press the A Button. Tap "Update" to connect to the Internet and begin the update process.
Pimp My Wii will optionally automatically install all IOSes and non-homebrew-breaking updates, but you can also choose which updates you want, which is the more cautious approach.
If you want to select only the IOS you need for a particular game that won't run, check this list which shows which IOS is used by each game.
If Netflix isn’t working, you may be experiencing a network connectivity issue, an issue with your device, or an issue with your Netflix app or account.
To get back to watching, first check if there is an error code or error message on-screen.If you get an Error #002 message when starting a Wii game, and you have the Homebrew Channel installed, then you're most likely experiencing an IOS problem related to game updates.The IOS is the part of the operating system that loads games, and different games use different IOSes.yes that would ideally be helpful but I don't live in the US.I do have an American (or at least an NTSC) Wii though.If your problem is still not resolved, please contact Nintendo Customer Service Monday to Friday, am to pm Australian Eastern standard time on: 03 9730 9822 or New Zealand customers please call: 0800 743 056 so that we may provide you with further assistance.