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Mac User needs help!!!!!!!!

Discussion in 'Nintendo Wii / Wii U' started by EmmetKT, Feb 3, 2008.

  1. EmmetKT

    EmmetKT Guest

    Hi okay so here's my little tale of woe.

    Yesterday I installed my Wiikey. Seems to have worked okay as its playing my original games. However, I don't know what to do next. I am running Osx and a lot of the programs in the EXCELLENT wii firmware updates, wii and wiikey gide are not available to me.

    Here's what I need to know. Are there any other mac users out there?

    I have Mario & Sonic backed up to iso.

    How should I burn this to DVD-R? I really have no idea what software to use.

    Same goes for the wiikey update, also I have only installed the wiikey I have not run config disks or updates yet what exactlly should be my next step?

    Okay I think that covers it. I'm sorry if I seem like a lazy or stupid newb but I have been reading up I'm just finding the whole process really confusing. Any help would be great thanks.
     
  2. cybaster

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    you can use Disk utility to burn isos, remeber to set the speed of the burn.

    Wiikey updates are tougher, either have access to a PC, bootcamp, MAYBE try Parallels or VMWare Fusion. and then burn the iso again with Disk Utility

    if that doesn't work, try to find if there are any pre-patched iso of firmware updates for your region (i think this forum has it somewhere on the stickies)
     
  3. boybrown

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    Hi,
    I don't have the Wiikey chip i have an openwii chip but i'm a mac user.
    I burn my dvd's on an external freecom writer at x6. You can use disk utility to burn the iso's i use a program called wiijunkies for mac. You can set your region and it'll apply whatever it does :) then burn in one program. seems to be fine for me. I'm running 10.5.1 on an intel Mac.

    cheers
     

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