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    Yeah, im gonna burn them at slow speeds. What I was asking was when you buy DVDs, usually you see it's marked 8x or 16x or whatever. Does it matter which one I get?

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    i believe the wii reads its discs at 6x so 8x or 16x doesnt matter once its above 6x

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    let me get this straight. so you don't have to do anything else besides burning the .iso file for it to work? what's all this with brickblocker?

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    BrickBlocker is a PC tool which removes the update partition from the ISO while Starfall is wii homebrew apps which skips and prevents discs from updating your wii

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    If you have a mod chipped Wii, you don't have to worry about updates, right? It's only the soft mods that gotta worry about updates in the games?

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    nope modchip users still do so u need preloader / starfall which skips the disc update checking. or brickblocker which u can apply in windows which removes the update.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Mike Shinoda View Post
    nope modchip users still do so u need preloader / starfall which skips the disc update checking. or brickblocker which u can apply in windows which removes the update.
    If you have a decent modchip, (ie D2Pro, etc...) you don't need to install Starfall or anything to that extend. The chip has built-in disc update checking blocking features. If your that worried, as you mentioned, WiiBrickBlocker (running on the PC) will do just fine.

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    Quote Originally Posted by JR007 View Post
    If you have a decent modchip, (ie D2Pro, etc...) you don't need to install Starfall or anything to that extend. The chip has built-in disc update checking blocking features. If your that worried, as you mentioned, WiiBrickBlocker (running on the PC) will do just fine.
    I just thought I'd contribute some info since I found this post helpful. I'm using d2pro9 mod chip with HP DVD+R 16x DVD's burning @ 4x scrubbing with WiiBrick Blocker 1.3R2 and I have little to no problems with this procedure. I did indeed run across "Mad World" the game which wouldn't work when scrubbed with brick blocker, so I skipped the brick blocker the second time and burned @ 2x and it didn't go black like the first time but asked to update. I'm still trying to decide if I want to risk it.

    Does anyone know if there's a way to get it restored if something was to happen?

    FYI:
    http://wum.talevas.com/?page=dev
    This is a great site for people who like to find out what update Nintendo is trying to force to your wii.
    Last edited by silencer32; 07-18-2009 at 12:50 AM. Reason: More info

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