1. clifftopp

    OP clifftopp Newbie
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    I've recently received a mod-chipped japanese wii as a gift, which was nice, with back up copies of sports and play (I already own genuine copies) which work very well. My ten year old already has a PAL wii with quite a few games - I'd like to back the games up to play on the japanese machine, or even to play the originals, but I simply don't know where to start. I've tried genuine PAL versions of Sports, Smooth Moves and Brain Academy and they open to a welcome page but go no further. I'm not the most technical of people, so if anyone has an idiot-proof step-by-step method of doing this I'd be very grateful.
     
  2. darkriku197

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    wow nvm..
     
  3. webyugioh

    webyugioh GBAtemp Advanced Fan
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    Japanese wiis are NOT pal wiis!!

    Japanese wiis are NTSC-J wiis
    for compatibly of pal games on a NTSC-J wii go here:
    http://wiki.gbatemp.net/wiki/index.php/Wii...ty_List:_NTSC-J
     
  4. Bob Evil

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    A Japanese FreeLoader disc will allow original PAL games to play on your Japanese Wii.
     
  5. future

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    where can i download the iso file of the jap freeloader
     
  6. grubbymitts

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    SLAP SLAP SLAP SLAP SLAP SLAP
     
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