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    Question Is it possible that an update stil asks after I used Wiibrickblocker on the .iso?

    And can I accept it, (EVEN IF I USED WIIBRICKBLOCKER).???



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    Don't accept any updates. Look into priiloader to block disk and online updates. There's a guide by wiijohn

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    I wouldnt use wiibrickblocker as its way out of date not to mention that it doesnt always work. What I have done recently was open the iso using wiiscrubber. Right click on the update partition and delete it.
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    Are there any decent tutorials on WiiScrubber?

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