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    Sport Resort NTSC on Chipped Wii?

    Every thread i've read has been about PAL Wii's or softmodded Wii's..

    Should I be able to play a backup of the game without any changes to my setup? Run the update on the drive or will there be a safe update available for the NTSC's?
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    Quote Originally Posted by DatacomGuy View Post
    Every thread i've read has been about PAL Wii's or softmodded Wii's..

    Should I be able to play a backup of the game without any changes to my setup? Run the update on the drive or will there be a safe update available for the NTSC's?
    If you only have a chip and no softmods you can update.

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    Quote Originally Posted by jonathanb9595 View Post
    If you only have a chip and no softmods you can update.
    What about homebrew?
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    Quote Originally Posted by DatacomGuy View Post
    What about homebrew?
    homebrew=softmod and if you have homebrew just get a disk update skipper (you can find one on the forms :P)

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    Quote Originally Posted by jonathanb9595 View Post
    homebrew=softmod and if you have homebrew just get a disk update skipper (you can find one on the forms :P)
    Oh ok, didnt really think of that way. I guess what I was trying to say is that I'm not using any software to play backups.. I installed homebrew so I could downgrade the os.

    I searched on here for disk update skipper, but only this thread came up. Same in google. Could it be called anything else?
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    Bump, anyone?
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