d2c wii

Discussion in 'Wii - Hacking' started by loresfx, May 14, 2008.

  1. loresfx
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    loresfx Member

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    Can someone give me some direction for d2c easy modding?
     
  2. James B.

    James B. GBAtemp Regular

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    1. Solder
    2. Close up wii
    3. ????
    4. PROFIT!
     
  3. muhsheesuh

    muhsheesuh Member

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    I hear many of the new D2C's out are unmoddable currently. Check your serial number on the Wii serial tracker.
     
  4. loresfx
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    loresfx Member

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    Whats up with d2pro? this any good? If its only 9 wires thats not all that bad.

    http://www.d2pro.com/
     
  5. muhsheesuh

    muhsheesuh Member

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    You can opt for the Wii-Clip + chip if you aren't confident at soldering.
    The D2Pro is for D2c consoles I believe with a new firmware update that cuts back from 15/13 wires to 9 wires. It still requires some soldering to the IC pins but they are not next to each other if I remember correctly, so soldering isn't too hard provided you have a bit of experience.
     
  6. loresfx
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    so anything else out there other than d2pro?
     
  7. DrHectic

    DrHectic Advanced Member

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    Wasabi is a low wire chip for d2c wiis. I have one - no problems so far.
     
  8. didineedthis

    didineedthis Member

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    stick with the d2pro ,better support ,and a much better chip than the wasabi.

    didineedthis
     
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