Change NAND?

Discussion in 'Wii - Hacking' started by Aimen, May 30, 2009.

  1. Aimen
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    Aimen Newbie

    Hi guys! Me again! (Damn it) Well, i have to ask you guys something! Can i change out the NAND in the Wii? Yeah, it look like this i think:

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    I mean, a saw a video when you use something that was very hot and then you could take it of and then insert back! Well, it was a video for reflash NAND, i dont know, but if i could change a another NAND chip, should it work then? [​IMG]

    This is a n00b asking with bad english! xD
     
  2. Aimen
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    Aimen Newbie

    It's not mean to have the "hot" thing over the NAND chip all the time xD like have it there 2,3 sec maybe and see if it's of [​IMG]
     
  3. Mrkinator

    Mrkinator Neil Peart Wannabe

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    Meh, considering what this guy has already done to his wii, it shouldn't hurt [​IMG]
     
  4. Aimen
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    Aimen Newbie

    I was asking, i will not taking shit from people again and what have i done you guys? Actually, it's so strange! :S Have that something to do with the thread?
     
  5. WiiBlaster

    WiiBlaster GBAtemp Maniac

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    torching it for about 2-3 seconds it should come off or fall off then stick on the new nand chip, I like to use crazy glue or something, then torch that Nand chip for alittle bit and you should be good to go

    heres the torch i used, its alittle small but gets the job done

    http://rds.yahoo.com/_ylt=A9G_bF5YbyBKI6cA...neTorch-035.jpg


    edit- Sorry about that, i couldn't help myself, But Changing the nand is extremely hard, i'd say it can be done, but would require alot of skill
     
  6. Mrkinator

    Mrkinator Neil Peart Wannabe

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    No, I'm not taking a stab at you Aimen, just mentioning that [​IMG]
     
  7. nabster92

    nabster92 GBAtemp Advanced Maniac

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    Don't do it...or you'll make Wii feel bad [​IMG]
     
  8. afif95

    afif95 I own a bungalow on Mars, and booked 4 corner lots

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    You flamed marc_max and his app. You are an idiot.

    And yea, use WiiBlaster's suggestion about the torch. I've done it on several Wiis. But you need a Fire Extinguisher standing by though.
     
  9. batwings21

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    Aimen, seriously. It takes some very expensive rework equipment to remove that ic without damaging it or the board underneath. Suck it up, send it to nintendo say it bricked during an update. You are going to kill it if you try to change the Nand.
     
  10. Link5084

    Link5084 Sword & Shield at your service

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    What he said
     
  11. carbonyle

    carbonyle GBAtemp Fan

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    Have nothing to say about soldering but... man... I've read your problem of bricked wii.... and I just agreed: Keep away from any Wii [​IMG]
     
  12. Lexip;

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    Yes. Technically it CAN be done, but I don't know if you would have to flash the other nand chip with a dump from the original wii (but if you had a dump you probably wouldn't even want to do this) because it being encrypted for a single wii. I WOULD NOT RECOMMEND TRYING THIS, epically if you want to use a "hot thing"

    http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=B8nqaysKwBI
    Two NAND chips on 1 wii!
     
  13. stikboy73

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    This needs to be filed under demodulating flange widgets