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{{stub}}The update partition for [[Title database#00010000 and 00010004 : Disc-based games|''Animal Crossing: City Folk'' (RUUE)]] contains [[IOS History|IOS38]], which may be required for the game's WiiSpeak Wii Speak feature. But it ''City Folk'' also contains an update partition with [[System Menu 3.3]] and a "fixed" IOS30 and IOS31, which prevents any "trucha"-signed discs from running, including the Homebrew Channel installer ISO versions.  Do ''City Folk'' does '''not confuse with ''' contain the October 23rd update, which fixes the [[signing bug|]] in every IOS, but it's likely to be on future discs.
The Disc Channel will not let you start Animal Crossing: City Folk until you've installed all updates from the partition.
Here's how to '''install the new IOS''' so that Animal Crossing: City Folk will work:
[[Gecko OS|Gecko 1.8]] or later automates all steps of this process and is recommended over it. #Use Google to find Get [[WUFE]] and download Wii Update File Extractor and WAD-Manager, [[WadImport]] and put them on your SD card. If necessary, [[ELF to DOL Converter|convert them from .elf to .dol]].
#Use Wii Update File Extractor to dump the update partition to an SD card with 200 MB free.
#Create a folder at the root of your SD card called <tt>wad</tt>
#Move IOS38-64-v###.wad from the root into the <tt>wad</tt> folder. The rest of the wads are no longer needed.#Use WAD-Manager [[WadImport]] to install IOS38 to your Wii console.#Animal Crossing: City Folk will now At this point, you may be able to load correctly the game disc through the Disc Channel. If it still displays "Wii System Update", use [[Gecko OS]] to start it.
''Based on an explanation provided by Muzer in #wiihelp''
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