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: Nintendo (or some "other force") can't intentionally brick your Wii. That would give you the right to sue them. The update does remove homebrew, but there are already updates that work around this. You can still buy WiiWare with homebrew installed. Bannerbomb is not something that is installed and it does not do anything permanent. All you need to do to remove bannerbomb is delete the file from the SD card. --[[User:Bg4545|bg4545]] 01:56, 3 October 2009 (UTC)
The bricking of those Wiis isn't related to bannerbomb; homebrewers say it has nothing to do with homebrew but with a Nintendo's buggy code (it can cause a brick in a unmodified wii too) and Nintendo says it can only happen when you have "modified" your console. Anyways that brick occurs when writing to boot2, you don't need to freak out and uninstall everything you have in your wii since the only thing related to boot2 is Bootmii (and only if it was written there), if you are paranoic you can uninstall Bootmii/boot2 (if you have it installed) using the hackmii installer, any other uninstallation will be irrelevant to this issue.--[[User:Aruskano|Aruskano]] 03:04, 3 October 2009 (UTC)
 
In response to Aruskano, I actually a few times got an error that wii system files were corrupt even before I installed bannerbomb (this occured over a year and a half after I uninstalled the Twilight Hack so I could send my wii in for a repair, and the system error thing occured in July of this year), so maybe you're right, it could be Nintendo's buggy code.
I'm confused though. You say BannerBomb does no permanent effects. If thats true, then how does the Homebrew Channel work? In the Twilight Hack you had to keep that save file didn't you?--[[User:Namo|Namo]] 10:27, 3 October 2009 (UTC)
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