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    Is it ok to install wii music forced update?

    So I don't have to go back and use WIU to take it off. Is it ok to update? The game is the same region as my wii so I won't get semi-bricked. I don't have any of these new patches and such that effect dvd reader capabilities and possibly the HBC, whatever else.

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    Yes, as long as the game is the same
    region as your console.. then yes...
    and you non-region games, make sure you patch
    the iso prior to burning using
    WiiBrickBlocker ...alright, have fun!

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    Awesome, thanks.


    And for whatever reason I could never get any PAL game to work. Regardless of if I patched it to NTSC or not. All NTSC games I get work fine. Apparently the d2pro9 isn't exactly region free :P

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    Weird, it's supposed to be...

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    I've tried about 5 games. But I've also heard it depends on the game?

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    pal has a about a 50/50 work chance on ntsc wii's from what i understand, just install HBC, and boot in GeckoOS and youll be fine

    as for the update, thats 3.3 so unless you play out of region games a lot, or patched games, and use homebrew a lot, then dont install, and just find a fix, or block the update with a modchip update like most have, or a HBC program, if none of this pertains to you, then feel free to go all the way to 3.4

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    I have installed many d2pro9 before...
    I know once it's installed, then you need
    to load an original disc so it will configure
    the region on the Chip. but if that's the
    case it still should work after you patch it...
    I know the ones i worked did load pal games
    cause my customers would ask me about it:
    If it was ok to play Pal games..

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    Quote Originally Posted by admiral victorinox View Post
    pal has a about a 50/50 work chance on ntsc wii's from what i understand, just install HBC, and boot in GeckoOS and youll be fine

    as for the update, thats 3.3 so unless you play out of region games a lot, or patched games, and use homebrew a lot, then dont install, and just find a fix, or block the update with a modchip update like most have, or a HBC program, if none of this pertains to you, then feel free to go all the way to 3.4
    Ah, so you have to boot using that region free program with the HBC? I thought it depended on the mod chip, regardless.


    How do you block the update with a mod chip? I guess I'll just use WIU or something. What's the best program for stripping .iso's of patches?

    Quote Originally Posted by §piktsµ View Post
    I have installed many d2pro9 before... I know once it's installed, then you need to
    load an original disc so it will configure the region on the Chip. but if that's the case
    it still should work after you patch it... I know the ones i worked did load pal games cause my customers would ask me about it: If it was ok to play Pal games..
    Yeah, the guy that installed mine set it to NTSC.

    Am I supposed to patch the d2pro9? When was the last update released? I haven't gotten any pal games to work but I didn't try to use the HBC to boot it either.

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    For D2Pro9 I believe the 1.7 utility disc needs to installed to have the ability to block updates.

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    it does, and thats what i would do, and look into Homebrew, its good for booting things, and such, if you dont want to make this overly complex, you can just download the update

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