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    Super Smash Bros Brawl and Softmodding

    When I softmodding my wii a while back I used super smash bros brawl. Today I noticed I was running low on data space and as I was deleting saved data for games I noticed there was about 128 blocks being saved for super smash bros brawl. The problem is I don't have this game and I only used it one time for the softmod. My question is can this data be safely deleted or do my wii still need this data for something. I'm not sure if this has anything to do with the softmodding process, but I don't want to delete the wrong thing.

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    Quote Originally Posted by reesecup View Post
    When I softmodding my wii a while back I used super smash bros brawl. Today I noticed I was running low on data space and as I was deleting saved data for games I noticed there was about 128 blocks being saved for super smash bros brawl. The problem is I don't have this game and I only used it one time for the softmod. My question is can this data be safely deleted or do my wii still need this data for something. I'm not sure if this has anything to do with the softmodding process, but I don't want to delete the wrong thing.
    Go ahead and delete it. You shouldn't have any problems. The save isn't even necessary for the exploit itself (unlike Indiana PWNS, Bathaxx, etc.).
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    Feel free to delete the SSBB GAMESAVEMANAGER from Wii.
    Yes, it ate a lot of Wii's NAND space.

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