Ntsc-U games on Pal wii SSBB

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  1. UchihaByakuya
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    I have a Pal wii. It is set on regionfrii. I can play SSBB. But when the game is loading I hear a lot of sound coming out of the wii. I'm worried about this. Especially since my modder has told me that turning your wii on regionfrii and playing games other than your region could damage your wii.
    Can anybody confirm this?
     
  2. arctic_flame

    arctic_flame GBAtemp ATMEGA8 Fan

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    It's fine. SSBB is the only game at the moment which loads vast amounts of data from the disc.
     
  3. manias

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    lots of noise could mean you used crap media.. use tdk or verbatim dvd+r DL
     
  4. ilovengage

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    I'd say the "damaging" he meant is that US games could install an incompatible firmware on your Wii.
     
  5. UchihaByakuya
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    I used Philips DVD+R DL. How good is that one?
     
  6. arctic_flame

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    They're fine.
     
  7. manias

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    you don't know the amount of noise his wii makes dude so how would you know it's exactly the same ;p geez
     
  8. arctic_flame

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    No, I don't. But, being a modder, I have access to many Wiis and probably have more experience than the average person.
     
  9. mattlouf

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    Try to find the Media ID of your blank DVD (using DVD Identifier for exemple) and Have a look here.
    You'll know for sure if your media are crap, good or 1st class...