Way To Boot Backups without Modchip

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  1. BHK_Heartless
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    Botch has posted a version of the Wiinja v2 hex for use with Datel's Drive Doctor, using this we can boot backups without using a modchip,(does require abit of soldering) but its worth it for the region free GCN and full GCN support, since he is making Xeno GC for drive doctor

    Get the Wiininja V2 Hex that is bootable on the Datel Drive Doctor here
     
  2. Harry Potthead

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    Does it work ???
     
  3. BHK_Heartless
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    well according to brakken on tehskeen it does, if anyone has a drive doctor try it. For 20 bucks this is a cheap softmod [​IMG]
     
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    yeah as harry said, does it work? And if it does, how do we use it?
     
  5. BHK_Heartless
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    Straight from offical page, wow Xeno GC full GCN Support [​IMG]

    *EDIT* According to this it does require alittle soldering and interfaces through the USB port.[/url]
     
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    hmm, the drive doctor requires soldering :/
     
  7. BHK_Heartless
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    yes but we can boot gamecube backups without the issues that the wii modchips have!
     
  8. INTERNETS

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    Right, but it requires soldering. It's a modchip.
     
  9. BHK_Heartless
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    I wouldn't call it a modchip per se, but a data cable like WAB's , but in all senses i guess it could be called a modchip
     
  10. Ralle-644

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    Why not just buy and install a modchip?
     
  11. BHK_Heartless
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    because with this , you could make this a Xeno GC modchip, which would allow for far better GCN compatibility than any other wii modchip now
     
  12. TheStump

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    how is this a softmod? [​IMG]

    from the looks of the install pics, its just the same as any modchip. I can't see anything revolutionary at all here.
    Plus wasn't there already some type of mod made that uses the PC to change DVD firmware on the fly?
     
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