does wii brick blocker fix pal games to ntscu?

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Jun 12, 2009
  1. 2yugimoto
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    i have a ntsc wii and a pal game i downloaded, i used wii brick blocker and im about to burn it , will it brick my wii or will it work on ntscu now?
     
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    On the backup loader, just go to settings and choose

    FORCE NTSC

    Then it should work, and no it does not fix it, it just blocks updates.
     
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    well does it stop the ntsc wii from bricking??? because game is pal???
     
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    bump....
     
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    Just install bootmii, and back up your nand.

    Then try, without fear. [​IMG]
     
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    im kinda scared about some thing going wrong....
     
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    To make things a little more clear: Sometimes games ask you to update your Wii before you are able to load them. If you have a PAL game asking you to update an NTSC Wii, you will be bricked if you go through with the update. The BrickBlock prevents the game from asking for an update. As long as you do this, you're safe.
     

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