You can also learn how to prevent new games from attempting to update your system here.It is a good idea to read the Wiibrew FAQ before proceeding.Once you’ve done that, you can enjoy the splendor of mplayer.That what started out as a simple proof of concept has rapidly turned into a full-featured media player, under the nourishing hands of dhewg.
To find out what version of the operating system you have, go to Wii Options, click on "Wii Settings" and check the number on the upper right corner of that screen. If you have 4.2 or lower you will use something called Bannerbomb. If you're installing homebrew using Letterbomb for OS 4.3, click here.If the main version doesn't work for you, go back and try the others one by one until you find one that works on your Wii. From the main Wii menu, click on the little round circle in the lower left-hand corner that says "Wii." Click on Data Management, then click on Channels.Click on the SD Card tab in the upper right corner of the screen. We hope you enjoy the wonderful world of homebrew software.Since this post is primarily about the DVD player in particular, and assumes that you are at least familiar with the usage of homebrew software on the Wii, we would appreciate it if you avoid asking general questions like “How do I run this on my Wii?The first thing you will need is an SD card and an SD card reader connected to your PC.It is a good idea to format your SD card before you begin; I had a number of problems with homebrew applications that were fixed after I reformatted my card.If you're installing homebrew using Bannerbomb for 4.2 or lower, click here.(We're skipping steps 3 and 4, which are devoted to the Letterbomb Set Up.) Go to the Letterbomb page. Note: If you have a brand new Wii, this reportedly won't work until there is at least one message in your message board.Users of firmware 3.3 or without a modchip will need a (legit) copy of Twilight Princess and a special hacked savegame that will let you boot the Homebrew Channel installer from your SD card. We had some problems getting it out to release because of the difficulties we encountered while writing the second part of this topic.The DVDX installer instead will install a small, hidden, channel on your Wii that allows you to read DVDs on an unmodified system. You may however need one, depending on your system. Run the found in the package, follow the onscreen instructions, and you’re done.