Post your USB loader casemods or *ideas* for casemods

Discussion in 'Wii - Hacking' started by franky86, Jun 4, 2009.

  1. franky86
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    Newcomer franky86 Advanced Member

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    I picked up a couple of these external hard drives on sale. I liked the look and it sits nicely between my Wii and 360.

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    But it doesn't really match and it stands out.



    Theres one guy who did an amazing job modding a Pelican case for his Wii into an professional looking set up, if you haven't seen it here a pic and a link to his thread:

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    http://gbatemp.net/index.php?showtopic=154808


    I almost want to directly copy him because that Pelican case makes a great base for any project with a hard that can fit in it. But I want to try something new.

    I have a few old NES's kicking around that I've contemplated modding my Wii into one like here:

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    http://hackawii.com/wiitendo-hack-a-wii-in...-case/#more-186


    Theres a lot of room in an NES for a hard drive and the wii's hardware, but it would probably require more work than just sticking a whole wii case into the NES.



    Theres also the whole stuff a NES and SNES into a toaster mod thats been floated around that looks neat, but it wouldn't look near as cool with a wii because no cartridges to stick out the top so have no idea how I'd get it to work out.

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    I know the guy with the pelican case can't be the only one out there whos made a nice cozy place for their usb drive to sit. POSTTTTTTTTTTTTTT
     
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    The Pelican case looks very nice and practical. Luv it.
     
  3. franky86
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    Newcomer franky86 Advanced Member

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    yeah, the random 'box' on the side seems like it was just made for a hard drive. its hard to think of anything else to use to house a hard drive.
     

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