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    I use ritek disks without any problems.
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    just about to package your order mate will be sent tomorrow

    as for the games the general thinking is use the best disks you can get but to be honest i use anything thats resonably priced (meaning cheap) and the only ones ive had problems with were some silver bulkpak disks. aslong as you dont burn at 16x you should be fine i just leave mine set to max and they work ok.

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    Cheers mate. Lookin forward to gettin the key installed and running. Ive downloded a load of games to get me goin. Ive noticed a few games with comments (the games scrubbed) not sure what this means. Any info on this. Cheers again lads.

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    Forgot to mention about the write speed but consolebits told you anyway.

    I burn my games @ 4x and never have any problems yet.

    I think there's a garbage file on wii disc's which is used to fill up the disc's, scrubbing the wii game just means they've removed the unneeded files leaving you with the game data.

    Thanks consolebits about video.
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    I found this on the scrubed question

    Best Answer - Chosen by Voters
    On Wii discs, there is garbage data that is used to fill the disc to a certain size. Because obviously not all games fill up the disc and can have a decent amount of garbage data, Dack from GBATemp.net created the tool called WiiScrubber. This program detects the garbage data in Wii ISOs and removes it so you can keep your archive of backup games as small as possible. When you want to burn your backup game, you just have to run your scrubbed ISO through WiiScrubber and the garbage data will be inserted back into the ISO so the game plays just like a real copy. My source also has a flow chart which should be of great use.
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    thought i would post it for anyone else.

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    Oh yeah deeboi. Great video & crackin sound track. Just what i will be watchin doin my first wii. Cheers for it. Gavin

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    what did you order?
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    The wii key 2. will be here tommorow.

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    Deebois guide is a good one to use mate - obviously the guide doesnt apply to your inline mod once you get the wii open - but as a guide to opening the thing up i found it invaluable.

    its worth remembering that non of the mods come with any insulation even though the drivekey site (and i assume wiikey) show an insulated mod being placed into the wii.... i had to search for some insulation tape before starting mine.... so it may be worth getting some ready for when you sit down to start yours.
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    The wiikey 2 just simply clips onto the chip and is insulated in black plastic, also the packaging doubles as insulation for the board.
    If you look closely to cardboard packaging at the top right of the wiikey theres a square section you take out and it fits onto the board to isolate it, I however never noticed this until after I'd made the video, lol.

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