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    Store bought game, wii system update.

    So I have wanikoko's 4.2U on my system running everything fine. My brother bought me a store bought copy of Resident Evil - Darkside chronicles for wii as a christmas present. now it's asking me to "update". Since my wii is softmodded is this safe? It's a NTSC game on a NTSC system but it's softmodded. Thanks in advance!
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    Quote Originally Posted by stupidgamer1 View Post
    So I have wanikoko's 4.2U on my system running everything fine. My brother bought me a store bought copy of Residend Evil - Darkside chronicles for wii as a christmas present. now it's asking me to "update". Since my wii is softmodded is this safe? It's a NTSC game on a NTSC system but it's softmodded. Thanks in advance!
    If it asks to update, i wouldnt, just disable the version check using something which i can't remember, because unless its a critical update, you don't need it and it will just make things more complex.

    *Cue wii guru entry here to announce where the disable version check is*

    I think it may be in priiloader, but im not sure.

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    "wii system update" on the disc channel. I didn't do it just yet. Thought I would check here and see if there is a way around that stupid system update check. I do have bootmii even thought that probably won't do much.
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    Any thoughts or suggestions is welcomed.

    been reading that it's ok to do it as long as you have the latest firmware and it's the region the system is "it is NTSC" but I still want to know if it's ok.

    *update* I decided to so something wierd.... I loaded the game in neogamma (yes a store bought game) and it worked! No ask for updates or anything. Glad it works! now I'll just use neo gamma in the HBC for new bought games! Thanks.
    Last edited by stupidgamer1; 12-26-2009 at 08:55 PM.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Stephen304 View Post

    *Cue wii guru entry here to announce where the disable version check is*
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    Im not a wii guru but install priiloader and disable wii update for game.

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    Quote Originally Posted by robertbaobao View Post
    Im not a wii guru but install priiloader and disable wii update for game.
    True Story.
    Disable disc updates with PriiLoader hacks.

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    Hi all new to softmodding spent a few nights playing now with my 4.2E system, got Home Brew and few other progs installed but am also have problems with copied games in the disc channel asking my to run a system upgrade.

    Tried Priiloader v2 but have had to remove it as it also boots to this on power up, if i install v1 what option do i need to enable to stop this?


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    Dear Alex

    Priiloader is meant to be loaded before Wii menu runs... you can configure Priiloader to "Load to Wii Menu" under system options, and it will not bother you anymore. Moreover, you will need Priiloader to be running in the background in order for its features like "Skip System Updates" and "Region Free"...

    So, to summarise, do not remove Priiloader, just configure it to load to your normal Wii menu... Should you need to access your Priiloader again, just press and hold Power when loading up, or you can reinstall Priiloader again.

    Hope this helps.

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    Quote Originally Posted by madsock View Post
    Dear Alex

    Priiloader is meant to be loaded before Wii menu runs... you can configure Priiloader to "Load to Wii Menu" under system options, and it will not bother you anymore.
    but ther are problems with priiloader rev30, sometime it boots to priiloader sometimes it doesnt, but rev32 works perfect

    ^^^^^^^^pimpness from the mighty bmarlo ^^^^^^^^

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