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    Big misstake, update NTSC on PAL machine, help

    Hi. Everything works perfect before yesterday. I download the new WII Music and patch it to PAL. To run Wii Music it must update wii, i do that

    Now if I try to goto setup or Wii shop, it only says ENG/EU/EU/index01 not found

    I think a have updated my PAL wii with NTSC update

    Please can anybody help me, can i downgrade updates, or patch a PAL update to ISO file, factoryreset ?


    /Jörgen

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    You cross updated your Wii and now it is semi bricked. *face palms*. I think you need like a savemii dongle to save your Wii.

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    You can still recover from it as long aas your wii still recognizes backup discs. Go to the following thread and follow the instructions.

    http://www.wiihacks.com/faq-guides-t...ght=semi-brick

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    worst thing you can do

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    same thing

    samething happened to me. you need an update disk!

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    Thank you

    all for the answers. I have downloaded a updatedisc to PAL, but my WII can't detect it. Perhaps the updatedisc was wrong. Have you any idea where I can get one ?

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    Make sure its burnt on good DVD-R media by Verbatim, Sony, TDK, Philips (and some others, burnt at 4x speed using ImgBurn. Also do any of your backups still work?

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