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Discussion in 'Wii - Hacking' started by wii_ownz, Mar 18, 2007.
no talking, show your wiikey install pics. here is mine.
here's a size comparison with Canadian coins.
Thats a nice and neat install.
damn, clean install
bow to the might of a damn clean install
Yeah, peeps should take note. Small wires, not too much solder. Pretty much as close to perfect as you can get.
word XD nice install
Which installation is better with cables or without ?
welcome lisek to gba temps --honestly im floatin in da same boat you are cause i have the same question
Done by M37R01D @ wiinewz
I messed up when I tried to install it, he fixed it.
thanks for compliments.
I prefer cable, you never know you might to want to remove this and upgrade to a better chip that'll be released in the future. remember that this is only a drive mod and has no implications to the wii bios whatsoever, future chips may allow for wii homebrew to run.
wii homebrew would -rock right guys
nice pic toxix
That is really an amazing install. I guess you messed up bad. But that is impressive. I can solder to a leg, but that many legs would drive me nuts to fix.
red wires are mine and orange are the customers, kept them in to show him and others...
wii_ownz, how do you make your wiikey glue on the Board? Do you use super glue or something?
OK. So if I use cables then where Wiikey should be placed. Do I have to glue it or tide it somewhere ?
Mine is not worth showing.. but oh well..
(i'm gonna get a lot of bad comments about this... haha.. well, my last soldering experience was 8 years ago.. )
Here's my latest install
good ol wiikey
It is alright to put in the middle? I thought behind it is where the DVD spin. Is that a good ideal? How's ur wii running so far(how many days)?
I dont see any real problem with it, there is no moving parts under the electrical tape, so far I've installed two like this and they have been running fine for about a week now, I have also seen several similar mods around the net