Hacking Uninstalling channels via wad manager or wii system?

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They both do the same job, but I don't know which one is the most recommended way. I just don't want to leave any traces of the wads Im uninstalling.
 

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Wad Manager deletes any installed tickets as such, (traces)... Where as deleting off the Wii Menu, just deletes the channel and nothing else, so I suggest Wad Manager, but if your not gonna send it into Nintendo to get it repaired then it really doesn't matter...
 

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jackdanielchan said:
Wad Manager deletes any installed tickets as such, (traces)... Where as deleting off the Wii Menu, just deletes the channel and nothing else, so I suggest Wad Manager, but if your not gonna send it into Nintendo to get it repaired then it really doesn't matter...

Then I guess wad manager it is! =D
 

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razorback78 said:
legit VC/wiiware through wii system menu...pirated VC/wiiware via wad manager.

Sounds good.

But ... what if I installed a wiiware wad like megaman 9 via wad manager, but then I downloaded dlc material especifically for that game (like used 200 wii points in order to play as protoman) through the wii shop channel? Thats a combination of two.
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Actually, I want to revisit this question too.

is there really a functional difference?

Sometimes I loose the inital .wad file to run the uninstall from. i have been using wii system to uninstall of these channels (wads)
 

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