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==Installing 4.3K update to fix?==
 
==Installing 4.3K update to fix?==
 
Is this actually a plausible means of repair?  As I understand it, system menu 4.2 and higher prevent running or installing updates from out of region games, and a Korean game would be out of region to any wii bricked with error 003.  Furthermore, if there was a way to install the update, the Korean update must only be equal to the current system menu revision (meaning that bricked wiis on 4.2 could use a game with 4.2K rather than one with 4.3K) since the Korean version numbers are higher.--[[User:Jbc007|Jbc007]] 02:28, 24 August 2010 (UTC)
 
Is this actually a plausible means of repair?  As I understand it, system menu 4.2 and higher prevent running or installing updates from out of region games, and a Korean game would be out of region to any wii bricked with error 003.  Furthermore, if there was a way to install the update, the Korean update must only be equal to the current system menu revision (meaning that bricked wiis on 4.2 could use a game with 4.2K rather than one with 4.3K) since the Korean version numbers are higher.--[[User:Jbc007|Jbc007]] 02:28, 24 August 2010 (UTC)
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== But...why? ==
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Why did Nintendo only do this to Korean Wiis and not those of the rest of the world? Was it for law compliance in South Korea? [[User:Hallowizer|Hallowizer]] ([[User talk:Hallowizer|talk]]) 05:17, 27 January 2021 (CET)

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Region converted korean Wii check

Is there a way to check whether my Wii is a region converted korean Wii? I have installed System Menu 4.1 some time ago, but dare not to install any later versions, as i suspect my Wii to be korean. --OnlyNickLeft 10:53, 20 August 2010 (UTC)

Installing 4.3K update to fix?

Is this actually a plausible means of repair? As I understand it, system menu 4.2 and higher prevent running or installing updates from out of region games, and a Korean game would be out of region to any wii bricked with error 003. Furthermore, if there was a way to install the update, the Korean update must only be equal to the current system menu revision (meaning that bricked wiis on 4.2 could use a game with 4.2K rather than one with 4.3K) since the Korean version numbers are higher.--Jbc007 02:28, 24 August 2010 (UTC)

But...why?

Why did Nintendo only do this to Korean Wiis and not those of the rest of the world? Was it for law compliance in South Korea? Hallowizer (talk) 05:17, 27 January 2021 (CET)