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    Will I be able to use my 3.2u Homebrew if I install the updates for Tiger Woods 2010?

    Hello everyone, second time posting. I recently got tiger woods 2010 and when I inserted it in my wii, it led me to a system update page. Now, I have the homebrew channel installed and play all of my games through the usb loader. If I install the system update in order to play tiger woods, as well as punch out, will I be able to still use the homebrew channel and usb loader?

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    You should. But here's a better question. Why don't you just put TW10 onto your hard drive and load it too from USB? Thus avoiding any updates.

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    Is that possible? I feel like it will still bring me to an update page no matter what. I have it loaded onto my hard drive, I'll try it right now and answer back.

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    It's 100% possible. Infact, there's no way to avoid that.

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    Well, problem solved, hahaha.

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    Quote Originally Posted by greenca190 View Post
    Is that possible? I feel like it will still bring me to an update page no matter what. I have it loaded onto my hard drive, I'll try it right now and answer back.
    When you install a game to your HD, the USB Loader will scrub the ISO, meaning it will remove any update and the unwanted junk data (so the ISO will be smaller in most cases).

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