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Discussion in 'Wii - Backup Loaders' started by WiiUBricker, Feb 2, 2010.
Fake or not, what do you think?
Noone has something to say about that? This guy in the video claims to play burned disks with a D3-2-Drive using cIOSCorp 3.6, Hermes cIOS, cIOS rev17 and Priiloader.
Probably just a black case mod or one of the first black wii's fom Korea/Japan/china wherever you get them from
I'd say it's fake. The drive chipset isn't shown, so how could we tell it truly is a D3-2 drive? For all we know, he threw a D2C drive in there.
This is off-topic, but… bumping your topic after 13 minutes?
Sorry for that, I was just a bit surprised seeing this on Youtube first. Well, atleast Im not the only one who thinks this is fake
Must be fake.
We can't accept it as real if he doesn't even show if its really a D3-2 drive.
playing backups with modchip?
yeah, i was at the forum where this guy posted this video, and i tried to explain that d3-2 drives can't read backups, because of the hardware limitation,
but he claims that was only by softmod, and said 'i probably deleted something that malfunctioned the protection against dvd-r', and that i was 'not helping him, instead was doubting of what he had done'.
anyway, stubborn people are hard to deal with.
Maybe he switched drives or is using a modchip.
A modchip wouldnt work as it is the actuall DRIVE that cant read the disk and not some sort of software protection. Its more than likely an extremely early version of the black wii, The drive has been changed or he has put a black case on an old wii.
Isnt Fusion handling D3-2 Drives?