A few years ago I attempted to modify system files to make this Wii capable of playing a backup of the dual-layer DVD game S.S.B. Melee. I was not successful due to the presence of an outdated modchip, the original Wiinja. However, I modified several system software modules and am wondering if I should now try to restore them to their original state or clean them up somehow. I have the backups that I made at the time. I don't remember exactly what I changed, so this may give clues as they will have references to the tools I used. In my Wii backups folder, there are three main folders: - 4.3 Files - BootMii Recovery Files - Clean SD I also see folders referring to DARKCORP-v1.1 and NeoGamma. I believe I used these tools to modify the version of some system module. Is it a good idea, and is there a method, for cleaning up and restoring the system modules to an accepted "optimal" state? Also, I would like to now sell this Wii. It is RVL-001. The Wiinja is still installed (professional job). Since the Wiinja is interfering with modern softmodding techniques, would it raise the Wii's value to remove the Wiinja?