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Discussion in 'Wii - Console and Game Discussions' started by philipcooper, Jul 19, 2007.
Is it ok to do them, i have just put mario party 8 in and it want me to update.
Someone must know
yeah they probably do, wait longer than 6 minutes before bumping next time.
Ok sorry really just want to play mario lol
Okay! I know this is from yesterday, but seeing as you're a scouser I'll fill ya in...
Pal releases = Okay to update.
Non pal releases (aka NTSC) = not okay to update, run brick blocker first.
Brick Blocker can be run on pal releases too. Which is something I do because my partner is worried about future patches bricking chipped wii's.
Where do you get that brick blocker from.
Downloads section in GBAtemp.
Uhm, judging from his flag, he's from America, so it's quite the other way round.
Game same region as your Wii = Okay to update
Game NOT same region = Might have bad sideeffects (bricking Wii, double channels, Wii Settings not working, etc.)
Judging by his location it says Liverpool UK... hence he's a scouser. I saw him post about being from the UK in another topic too. Hence I'm right =D (Which makes you wrong... sucks for you) I like being right.
Huh, you're right. Go figure why he set his flag to USA then.
Downloaded the brick blocker.
There is 2 files a Wii brickblocker file and a Patch ISO fil.
Do i put both of them onto the disk with the game or what?
Uhm, you're special.
Unzip the brick blocker with the patch ISO in the same folder. Run (by double clicking) the brick blocker from your PC.... select the ISO of the game you want to update. Click Patch or whatever weird french it has. It will then say "Complete" in Red.
Forgot to add, after you've done that, just burn the game ISO as you normally would.
when i run brick blocker it is saying cannot run active x controller
You need NET Framework 2.0 installed or you won't be able to run hope this help.