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== Links ==
 
== Links ==
  
*[http://www.nintendojo.fr/post/2006/10/13/%5BWii%5D-Images-exclusives-de-l'interface-finale nintendojo.fr] - (The first images) Dead link
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*[http://hackmii.com/2010/09/insert-startup-disc/ Insert Startup Disc]
 
*[http://hackmii.com/2010/09/insert-startup-disc/ Insert Startup Disc]
  
 
{{System Menu Navigation}}
 
{{System Menu Navigation}}

Revision as of 19:57, 29 November 2020

Prelaunch System Menu update
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Date history
Release dateUSA Flag.png None (Wii Startup Disc menu was released to some retail store demo kiosks in the US circa October 2006)

JAP Flag.png None

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System
System Menu IOSIOS4 used for Wii Startup Disc menu, otherwise unknown]]
Version History
Succeeded by1.0

Startup Disc Menu

On early-run Wiis shipped for use in store demo kiosks, and some early consumer Wiis, the primitive "Insert Startup Disc" menu was installed. You can read more about this on the HackMii article; it's a menu that prompts for a disc, checks it, then loads/installs from it.

Other Menu Prototypes

There are other menu prototypes shown in pre-release videos and conferences, sometimes labeled "9/14". There are several versions under this label.

WARNING: Be advised that if your system is shipped with 4.0 preinstalled, you can not downgrade and will brick your console.

Beta Materials

Inside a System Menu TPL, there exists a unused DVD icon, and an Animal Crossing message icon (shown at the September 14 press conference; see link below).

Links

  • [Wii-Images-exclusives-de-l'interface-finale nintendojo.fr] - (The first images) Archived from the original.
  • Insert Startup Disc