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Discussion in 'User Submitted News' started by Wii_DS., Oct 5, 2007.
The official site has been updated with an installation guide and new information as well.
*Sigh* If this still hasn't been improved yet, I might as well buy a US Wii with a Wiikey
Yeah, i know what you mean. Luckly i don't have a D2C chip, i think, but still....all the mod chips give 'partial' support
which isn't good enough.
Does not look fun too install
The girl in the pic looks like John Connor out of Terminator 2 BTW
those 2 pics in the top are different 0_o
Don't tell me I need to solder wires onto 0-9 and C-Z... A couple alphabets are missing, thank god.
They also once did hand and arm binding as a cultural thing; that's why her arms are tiny. Not her fault. She's lucky she gets enough use out of them as to be able to levitate over-sized, over-complex modchips.
That looks pretty complex...luckily, I got my Wii earlier.
How hard is it to get D2A/B Wiis now?
you cant get D2A/D2B now in the UK , they are all D2C , in fact its a total nightmare even trying to get a Wii in the UK now, i have tried all over, everywhere out of stock and no dates given as to when new stock is expected
They will be some odd wii's with D2A/D2B chips.
This chip looks like so much fun to install!
Damn, this chip is manly. Early adopters win again.
from a german modding page... nothing to say more
I just got my Wii a few weeks ago and could not find any other's than D2C here in Connecticut. I checked Toy's r Us, Circuit City, BestBuy, Compusa and they all had D2C's :-( . Guess I either man up and get me a new soldering pin or wait for a new version to come out with less solder points.. 62 points total to solder? Crap .
i have a d2c... :'(
You can get the new D2C chip now: