NTSC to PAL

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Nov 26, 2008

NTSC to PAL by miffy93 at 12:09 PM (829 Views / 0 Likes) 4 replies

  1. miffy93
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    I know this has been asked many times & I have read through various threads, just want to double check before I go & do it.

    I have modded (Winja) PAL wii with 3.4E firmware & have acquired an NTSC backup of a game that I want to play.

    I have 2 utilities:

    RegionFrii v1.21 and WiiBrickBlocker V1.3R2

    To play the game do I just have to run the iso through RegionFrii, then burn to disc, or do I also need to run it through the brick blocker as well? (if so does it matter which utility I use first).

    Like I say I'm sure this has been asked many times before, but better safe than sory.

    Thanks for the help.
     
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    use RegionFrii thats wat makes it compatable with the pal console and you can use wii brick blocker incase the game has a update.(don't want a brick)
     
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    Does it matter which way round I do it, or is it just a case of doing one, then doing the other, then burning?
     
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    i don't think it matters, don't see how those two apps could cancel each other out there doing to different things completely.
     
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    Ok, thanks for the help (and the quick response).
     

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