While the system is updating
It's the same type of thing when you're saving data to a game, if you turn off the console while the data is updating the file, it could cause the bits of the data to become incomplete rendering your data unusable or corrupt. what about .01% chance of file corruption, I would still warn my clients.
Now the question is, what is the likelihood of that happening? I think it's more of a if there's any possible chance this could happen, warn the client regardless. This Might Serve as an answer : The OS Upgrades during installation puts a message “Do not shut down your machine”.
It'll be much safer to leave it on until the prompt to install appears, or you can always go to the system update option and manually start the installation once a bit of time has passed.
My Asus Memo Pad hd7 ask to update then I response with yes then proceeded to install however aftrr sometime like an hour already its stillinstalling update then when I tried to turn it off it wont turn off even the tab has run out of battery already then was chargeds still stuck on installing update Hold the power button down until it shuts off.
So, performing a background download for Wii U's system update is indeed a simple option if you know what to do, though quite why Nintendo didn't make that clear is anybody's guess.
In any case, do not turn off your system, even if you use this method to download in the background while you play some games.
If one complaint drowned out all others among excited Wii U owners on launch day, it was the waiting time to install the system update.
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