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    Is it safe to put your wii mac address on your profile?

    This site is cool and all but, I'd like to have a discussion with someone who can help me with my qualms.

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    What qualms might be impeding your ability to hack your Wii?

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    I just wanna know what files I can take out of a game to make it fit into a 4 gb hard drive. It has nothing to do with piracy. And no one will help me here. My wii is fit for the job.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Nukix View Post
    I just wanna know what files I can take out of a game to make it fit into a 4 gb hard drive. It has nothing to do with piracy. And no one will help me here. My wii is fit for the job.
    What game? Use wii backup manager to convert it to wbfs and enable full scrubbing under the settings. How big is it then? Most games are less than 4gb.
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    Quote Originally Posted by mauifrog
    What game? Use wii backup manager to convert it to wbfs and enable full scrubbing under the settings. How big is it then? Most games are less than 4gb.
    Black opps it's about 500 mb too big. There's a little less than 4gigs on the hard drive.

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    You could load the game in dolphin on your pc, play the zombie game. You can have dolphin log files that are used, with that you can figure out which files you wish to remove. Of open it in wiiscrubber, perhaps it is very clear which files are what, but I doubt it. You know a 64mb usb stick is like $30 right, you could probably find a 16 gig for like 5 bucks.
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