Some Wiinja Deluxe Questions

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Mar 16, 2007
  1. teonintyfive
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    I want some answers to the following Wiinja Deluxe questions, after I found these on an online shop:
    • Non Swap / Direct Boot
    • Boots Own Region WII Backups Directly
    • Boots Own Region Gamecube Backups Directly
    • Boots All NTSC JAP/USA on NTSC WII
    • Boots NTSC Backups/Originals on PAL WII Partially
    • Boots PAL Backups/Originals on NTSC WII Partially
    • Boots Directly Gamecube Original/Backups Imports Partially
    • Boots All Gamecube Import Backups by SWAP
    • Supports all the WII Versions/Drive currently available
    • D2B Drive Support and Improved Read Method (No DRE)
    • AudioFix
    • MultiDisc/MultiGames
    • Easy Soldering & Remove / 6 Wires
    • Support DVD-R/DVD+R & DVD+RW/DVD-RW without Booktype
    • Universal EUROPE/USA/JAPAN Wii Console Supported
    • Hardware DISABLE Option Using Pin3+SW2 (Poweron+Reset)
    • Stealth Mode
    • Recovery Mode for Bad Upgrade
    • UPGRADEABLE by DVD
    Here are the questions:
    • Do these things mean it's region free?
    • What does it mean by "Upgradeable by DVD"?
    • It means it can load backups from "DVD-R/DVD+R & DVD+RW/DVD-RW" type DVD's?
    • What's audiofix?
    • Can it run region free Gamecube backups?
    That's all. Thank you.
     
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    Bump. I need answers to my questions. (sorry if it's not allowed)
     
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    Most likely it is similar to the wiikey:

    1) Partially all region free, might be a couple games not compatible....especially PAL to NTSC.
    2) You can upgrade the firmware/unlock options by loading a burned DVD for the chip.
    3) That's what it says, real world tests no one knows unless they try.
    4) Audiofix is to fix some GC games in the past that had certain forms of audio that cause lag in the sound....later solved in later generation Gamecube modchips.
    5) Most likely the same story with the Wii games, can run NTSC multiregion well if you have a NTSC machine and PAL multiregion titles well if you got a PAL machine.
     
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    Well, I've got a PAL machine, and lots of the games I want don't work from PAL to NTSC (with programs like regionfrii)
    Also, will a rom with UK region work in a PAL system?
     
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    Sorry again for the double post. I demand one final answer:
    Do you actually NEED the wires to install it?
     
  6. gov78

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    yes you do for wiinja as its not uick solder if you want a quick solder option go for wiikey.
     
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    Yes it will work (UK region = PAL).
     
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    quicksoldering a wiikey + being a beginner isnt usually recommended .... loll
     
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    I've also heard that the wiikey is region free.
     

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