I have come up with a decoding scheme as follows:
* Take a raw dump of the data using a software called rawdump2.0 which simply reads raw data from the optical drive and creates an ISO file.
* Once the ISO file is created, I plan to use another software called Wii Frii which can change the coding of the ISO file from PAL to NTSC.
* I believe that burning the ISO game on a DVD after the encoding change should create a replica of the original game in NTSC which should be compatible with my console.
The problem is:
* I am not able to test this procedure. Has anyone tried it? Can this actually work?
* I could not test this procedure because rawdump2.0 software has strict requirements of the DVD drives it can operate on (specifically LG8164b or equivalent) which apparently is no longer available in stores. Is there any other software available that can work on a broader range of manufacturers/models? Or is there a simple way of reading Wii disks and creating data dumps?
* Is there an easier alternate?