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Not sure if it’s actually the ticket that’s transferred; might be the Wii shop account
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The '''Wii Backup Disc''' is a service disc apparently used inside Official Nintendo Repair shops to transfer personal data like savegames and console settings between Wiis as part of a repair.
 
The '''Wii Backup Disc''' is a service disc apparently used inside Official Nintendo Repair shops to transfer personal data like savegames and console settings between Wiis as part of a repair.
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It appears to allow [[ticket]] files and save files to be dumped and packaged as [[RBK]] files, and RBK files to be installed. The actual RBK format is unknown, but presumably it included these.
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While it does not transfer [[channel]]s, it is capable of transferring enough to be able to redownload the channels from the [[Wii Shop Channel]], which the disc says to do. It is not clear how it does this; the ticket may be resigned, or the whole Wii Shop account might be transferred. The ticket would probably go together with the save data in an [[RBK]] file.
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"Change WiiId" is mostly useless. WiiId is only used as your "Wii Number" that you give to your friends so they can send you Wii Mail. When you pick it, it assigns you a new random ID.
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"Change WiiId" is mostly useless. WiiId is only used as your [[Wii Number]] that you give to your friends so they can send you Wii Mail. When you pick it, it assigns you a new random ID, possibly by incrementing the reset counter.
 
   
 
   
 
It also doesn't boot on full bricked Wiis and it's unlikely that it repairs half bricked Wiis since delete all only deletes savegames/settings and not any channel content (Weather/News/Games..) or IOS.
 
It also doesn't boot on full bricked Wiis and it's unlikely that it repairs half bricked Wiis since delete all only deletes savegames/settings and not any channel content (Weather/News/Games..) or IOS.
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