1. loz_the_guru

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    Having had a look at the various patches different people recommend applying to ISO's (wiibirckblocker, trucha etc) im just wondering if theres a step-by-step guide to doing this? Im absolutely baffled by what im supposed to be doing, depsite looking through the wiki on this site.
     
  2. Bob Evil

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    Find youself something called Wii Toolkit v1.1 ...

    It hs Brick Blocker, RegionFrii, and other programs bult-in, and has a simple GUI ...
     
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    If you just want to burn a normal wii game, burn it like a normal dvd. Just load the iso in your fav burning program at around 4x and you're good to go.
     
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    thanks for the replies. I wii toolkit whilst peroozing the wiki, but the problem is I dont know when/why I should use these various different programs?

    If I do go ahead ill be using a key clip with wiikey firmware, if that makes any difference?
     
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    Nintendo occasionally throws an update in with their games. If you are NTSC and accidentally update with PAL *and visa versa* it can brick your wii.

    Wii Brick Blocker - Removes the update from the wii iso. This is essentially useless for you because the new wiikey firmware lets you disable updates in the setup.

    RegionFrii - lets you play out of region games, though the wiikey allows you to do this as well(an option in the setup disc).

    You will probably never need a "trucha signer". Its used to edit the inside of wii isos (as far as i know).
     
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    Get yourself a FreeLoader ... copy or 'original' ... works wonders with some of the more awkward games ...
     
  7. loz_the_guru

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    Cheers again, I think im sorted now.

    Just to be clear though, so long as I'm running Pal games on a Pal system, im okay to apply the disc updates and my Wiikey will still work with all games, and can just burn the image (without modifying it first) via ISOburn
     
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    Yeah, PAL on PAL is always fine ... I recommend ImgBurn, if you ever find yourself having problems with ISOburn ...
     
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    whoops meant Img Burn! Thanks for all the advice people, ive just opened up my wii and its a DMS so im going to be ordering my key-clip ASAP.

    Just as a last note, can anyone recommend a key-clip vendor? Was going to use ozmodchips as he has a presence on these boards, but unfortunately he doesnt sock them [​IMG]



    EDIT: Also, whats this .001 error I keep reading about? Is this another I dont need to worry about so long as im burning Pal discs for use on a Pal system?
     
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