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    Exclamation Just got Wasabi Zero Genuine Solderless Mod - PAL or NTSC???

    Hey guys,
    I just got "Wasabi Zero Genuine Solderless Mod" installed on my Wii. I do not know much about mod chips. Most of the games I have found on torrent sites are in "PAL".. what does that mean, can I burn them and play them on my wii? I live in Canada and I bought my wii in Canada too.
    Thanks for your help!

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    europe
    Yes
    you got NTSC
    just block updates befor you play

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    so I can burn and play PAL games or can I only play NTSC?

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    "block updates befor you play"
    i dont see the confusion -.-

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    You can play Pal games or Jap games as long as you remove the
    Update files using WiiBrickBlocker or any other application that would
    do the job... so before burning the ISO. run this application, patch the ISO.
    and you are good to go! I have been rocking out on the japanese game
    Tatsunoko vs Capcom! Awesome game! You should get it!

    Quote Originally Posted by ruler View Post
    so I can burn and play PAL games or can I only play NTSC?

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    ^^^ Thank you very much!
    Also another questions.. If I rent a wii game and want to copy it using my computer do I have to use a specific DVD burner?? I have read on other sites that only * LG-8164b, * LG-8163b, * LG-8162b and * LG-8161b work.. is that true?
    And can I just use Nero burning ROM to copy wii DVDs?
    Thanks!

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    ^^^ Double Post..

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    Actually these DVD drives:
    * LG-8164b, * LG-8163b, * LG-8162b and * LG-8161b
    They are a DVD-Rom only.. They are used to read the Wii or GameCube games.
    You dont use them to burn the games. When it comes to burning, you can use any
    DVD burner and you can also use IMGBURN or NERO to burn the ISO images to a disc.
    You can not use NERO to copy a Wii or GameCube game.
    *Almost forgot, i found one of those DVD drives on eBay

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    i want to remind Spike =P that wasabi lets you just block updates via chip update, and since 3.3+ blocks fake signed games that would be most diserable, be it for firmware #, or save time

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    Quote Originally Posted by ruler View Post
    ^^^ Thank you very much!
    Also another questions.. If I rent a wii game and want to copy it using my computer do I have to use a specific DVD burner?? I have read on other sites that only * LG-8164b, * LG-8163b, * LG-8162b and * LG-8161b work.. is that true?
    And can I just use Nero burning ROM to copy wii DVDs?
    Thanks!
    Just to clarify,

    The trick is finding something to read the discs, not write them.

    In order to copy Wii discs you have at least two options. Either get one of the above drives to read the disc, or else run DVD Dumper through the Homebrew Channel on your Wii to dump the disc image to either an SD card (in pieces) or a computer over Wifi.

    Once it has dumped (to an .iso) you should be able to burn it using (pretty much) any DVD writer. For best results, try using ImgBurn software with Verbatim DVD-Rs written at 2x speed.
    Last edited by BluntTrauma; 01-26-2009 at 04:23 AM.

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