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    as far as i know, changing motherboard would solve the problem. i found few Chinese sites which sells wii motherboard. this motherboard sells with CPU and gpu attached and costs like 65-75 us$ w/o shipping.

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    Does replacing the motherboard require soldering ? Would it be easier to buy a wii with a faulty drive and replace the dvd drive rather than the motherbaord ?
    Last edited by sweany; 03-23-2010 at 05:35 AM.

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    Quote Originally Posted by sweany View Post
    Does replacing the motherboard require soldering ? Would it be easier to buy a wii with a faulty drive and replace the dvd drive rather than the motherbaord ?
    No.

    Yes.
    Not really doing much Wii stuff these days.

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    right ok thanks, will look for a wii with a dodgy drive and replace it with the one i have. thanks

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    no soldering is required to switch wii motherboards.

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