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By Jibib, May 29, 2008
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Is this the same as un-installing them ? :S Whats the difference??
uninstalling removes them completely. deleting them from the wii menu leaves the ticket file.
are the ticket files dangerous in any way??
Tickets are proof you've 'downloded' the game and so unless I'm mistaken, Nintendo would be able to see that you have a ticket without paying any money.
It's better to get rid of the tickets on wads you never intend on using really :/
Almost all of the wads that have been released have unproper tickets. And even now, they're useless. (After PAL Wiiware) - you have still option to DOWNLOAD for Wii Points and nothing else. You just have a game in Wii. And it's better to uninstall wads, 'cause you will get another 1block free or something about it.
Thats ok then.. ill just hope ninty dont do anything xD..
i dont think i could live without Online MKwii..
I went through the menu and deleted a game I had installed using a wad. I didn't even think about the fact that I should have been using the uninstaller. Anyways, immediately after it was erased I got a black screen saying my system files were corrupt and I should check the manual. Freaked me out for a minute, but I restarted and everything was fine. Probably not the best to leave unnecessary files lying around, but it doesn't appear to be particularly harmful to do it through the menu.
My advice is to use the direct unistaller via THack, is the most safe and fast.
i got this too.. it seems to happen everytime i delete something now.. but otherwise everything works fine.