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    Wii Sport Resort PAL copy does not work...

    Hi, I'm newbie to this forum.
    I got a PAL Wii recently (firmware ver. 3.2AU initially), and have just installed a DriveKey on it. I set the region PAL. After the installation, I can access the Drivekey menu, can play flawlessly the original PAL discs and also a copy of Lego Indiana Jones PAL.
    However when I insert the Wii Sport Resort (downloaded copy), it asks me to update my system. With the Update Block Setting set to Import, I updated successfully my Wii to ver. 3.4E. But I can not play the Wii Sport Resort. Whenever I click on Disc Channel, it loads for a while and an message error appears on black screen : "an error has occurred".
    Can someone please tell me what I should do (without softmodding) in order to play that disc ?
    Thank you in advance,
    Hoai.

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    Check your iso (maybe boot it using Dolphin). Burn at a slow speed. Use Quality DVD-R.
    Not really doing much Wii stuff these days.

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    blackscreen with drivekey

    I'm having the same problem with a lot of games, the black screen (just the old ones work). My wii is american with the 3.1u version. With tiger woods, for example, the console ask for an updating system.
    Can / should i make the updating by system manager (with an internet connection)? Should i change something in drivekey menu settings?
    If i understand perfectly in older posts, the tiger woods disc have this updating "program". But i'm not sure if my version of the game is PAL or NTSC. Can i broke the console with a wrong update?
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    You can brick your Wii with wrong region updates and you'd then require to learn loads of stuff to actually fix it.

    Tiger Woods would update your Wii to 3.4. Most discs have an update of some kind on them, unless they've been scrubbed off.

    Try running the ISO through an Update manager such as WUM or others to remove the update.

    If you use Internet to update to 4.2 you will no longer be able to run PAL games, as this was fixed by Nintendo in that update.
    Not really doing much Wii stuff these days.

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