Question about Nintendo Wii Console
Once I click on the wii settings tab I get error msg that states tried to access the address marc: fix/us/eng/index01.html. which is currently unavailable. Please make sure that that web address (URl) is correctly spelled and punctuated, then try reloading the page.
I have never connected on line and have never installed any keyboard to alter the address
there are two highlighted hyper links that are showing on this screen which directs me to opera help however i can't click on them
This happened to my Wii till i came across this youtube video. So basically, i look for a file called - wii-ntsc-systemmenu-v289 - paste that into google and you'll find links to the actual file. Burn the iso on a DVD-R then popped it into my wii. Go run the CD and it will immediately ask you for an update. Click ok and let it run. After it updates, volla! i can go to my settings and my current version is now 3.2U.
Posted on Jun 24, 2008
The solution to this is rather simple. Just wait for the next Nintendo first party game to be released, get that game and make sure it is the same region as your Wii and load it up. Most first party titles by Nintendo comes with a firmware checker, it checks the firmware in your Wii and updates it to the latest version on the disc. Run the update if the disc prompts you to, and it should install the firmware as per the same region as your Wii, and unlocks the Wii Settings menu.
For me, I used Link’s Crossbow Training. It ran on my Wii and asked for a firmware update. I installed the update, and behold, my Wii Setting menu is back up and running Firmware 3.0U.
Posted on Jan 01, 2008
I, too, ran into this problem. Does anyone have any solution for this?
Posted on Dec 29, 2007
Would it be possible if some one could paste the right link to download the wii-ntsc-systemmenu-v289 file.
Posted on Jul 28, 2008
New super mario was the fix for me! (even though scrubbed!)<br />After the update ran i now have access to wii system changes, wireless and able to play all new games.<br />(My wii has been chipped as well!)<br />
Posted on Aug 24, 2010
I had the same problem but i got it fix by giving it back to the shop i got it from they installed this thing called wii back up launcher. when it say "after start pressed press and hold (1) on the wii remotewhen you get to the configuration screen click configuration and theres something that comes search for "force NTSC" , "force PAL60" or force "force PAL50" and then the settings will start to work i dont no if it will cruch your wii or not i tried it and it worked for PAL and NTSC
Posted on May 21, 2009
Run Red Steel 2. Run the update. Bam! Problem solved. Oh yeah if you are using a scrubbed version this wont work since it wont have the update!
Posted on Mar 28, 2010
If you have Homebrew, download AnyRegion Changer.
If you updated it with a Japan Wii game, turn your Wii into Japan
If you updated it with a PAL Wii game, turn your Wii into Europe
Posted on Nov 28, 2009
Idont know how to make the time and the calander our how to be on line?
Posted on Sep 30, 2008
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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
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