Trouble updating wii u

I fear my only solution is buying a 32GB Wii U and doing a system transfer, which would cost 0 and yield zero other benefits. It's just a hunch and is based on you not having the disc version, but that's the only potential solution I can think of.

Is there no way to download an update directly to the hard drive when it's not there already? “I am a brother to dragons and a companion to owls." Job: Need a second opinion before grabbing that unknown new game? It should download the latest version directly to your hard drive, so you don't have to update.

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tl;dr: Smash data and firmware are the only thing taking up space on my Wii U but I can't transfer or delete existing Smash data to make room for more Smash data I've got an 8GB Wii U Basic and want to play Smash.

It has a new update today to support Corrin and all that so I try to boot up the game.

Basically, it's impossible to clear space since the only things that could make space on the system are 1)Smash update data that can't be touched 2) data that came from mandatory Wii U updates and can't be touched.

When the download is complete, you will receive a dialog on the Wii U Menu detailing the steps to install the update.

Come check out my reviews at Wii Ware Wave, "The Friendliest Nintendo site on the 'Net." Nintendo Network ID: bro2dragons | Twitter: Cody Muzio MAYBE you could delete Smash Bros. It's just a hunch and is based on you not having the disc version, but that's the only potential solution I can think of. I had the exact same problem yesterday — I downloaded the new DLC and went to launch Smash (disc version), but the game wouldn't launch because I did not have enough space to download the update.

Like you, my Smash data was on my nearly full internal Wii U HD, but I have an external HD with plenty of space.

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