Question about Nintendo Wii Console
It depends on what stage of the upgrade the Wii was at. If it was not near the end then you should be fine. There is part of the process where the Wii clears out the old firmware and replaces it with the new firmware, called flashing. If the Wii was switch off while flashing you might have caused serrious damage to the firmware, which can kill the console.
The only way to know is to try and switch the console back on. So give it a go, in effect if there has been any damage, then it's already done, turning the console on won't make it any worse.
If it doesn't work, call ninetendo, they might be able to repair it for you.
Posted on Jul 20, 2008
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