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Chipset on my Wii

Discussion in 'Nintendo Wii / Wii U' started by shuby99, Oct 9, 2007.

  1. shuby99

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    is it very likely that any Wii bought brand new today will have the D2C chipset.

    the serial number starts: LEH14130xxx

    also would it tell you on the drive its self once the machine has been opened

    thanks sean
     
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    damn...30 wires for a modchip install. Not for the squeamish!
     
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    Well 50% d2c, but it's a good bet that it is if you just got it
     
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    ok you dont have to rub it in you know, im sure there will be another easier chip along shortly
     
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    just had it in bits to check drive and 2 of the 4 screws that hold the drive in are worn so the screw drive wont grip!

    wonder if that their new secuity feature
     
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    hey i noticed that some of the screws seem to be spring loaded from the bottom so you have to have a decent amount of pressure you them you cant just fit the screwdriver and turn, to be honest i think most of the tri screws are like this i myself almost stripped the first one because I didn't know this, try pressing down with a decence amount of pressure before you try to turn, once you start it and if its a spring loaded one you'll know what i mean, also remember this when putting it back together otherwise you'll run the risk of stripping it on the put back
     

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