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Friday, April 30, 2010

How To burn a Wii game

Let's get things straight to the point. To decode the security code, you will need to have the Easy Backup Wizard. This software program basically takes out all the protection so that you can copy, backup and burn your Wii games.

How To Burn Your Wii Games?

You will need to the following 4 things.

  • You need to have the Easy Backup Wizard.
  • A DVD burner.
  • An empty disk to burn the files with.
  • An original game from the Wii. DUHZ!

Follow this sequence:

  1. Insert the original game disk into your computer's DVD drive.
  2. Start the Easy Backup Wizard, and wait for the game to load.
  3. Create a backup file or an image file from the original game.
  4. Remove the original game, and insert the empty DVD disk.
  5. Drag all the backup files to your burner software, and burn it.

Search for 'wii easy backup wizard' if you need to! Have fun!

Thursday, April 29, 2010

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iPad - Do You Really Want to Buy One?

It's widely reported that the launch of the Apple iPad was disapointing to say the least. It wasn't just the expected first generation bugs, or the odd name. It lacks 16:9 support, Flash support, multitasking, SD card slot, HDMI or high-res video output support, USB ports, GPS and the list goes on. It is also exclusive to AT&T's network and the 3G wireless add-on is $130 extra with a data limit of 250MB per month. That's a joke I can burn through that much data in a day on the internet. I would say that some of these missing features will eventually come along but seriously folks; this is a work in progress. Would you want to buy one right now knowing that it is the first generation release complete with bugs and all? I need to be convinced that buying the iPad is going to be a better choice than a notebook.

What Apple needs to do is not try to make this seem better than a notebook because I don't see how at this point it really is. The iPad is a fancy news print reader, or a replacement for paper. This makes it ahead of its time. The idea of tablet computers is nothing new; Microsoft has been working on one for years. I just believe that Apple would be better suited to try to market the iPad as something that could be used in schools or could be used as a way to revolutionize how we read our news every morning.

I'm going to stick with my laptop for now and see what happens with the iPad before I spend a fairly good chunk of money on one. Let the bugs get worked out first.

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