My price included shipping, Ntsc/USA, takes around 5-7 days and is boot2 capable... Don't know what more you want lol
And it was £62 which is more like $95? (at an estimate)
The serial is LU112106256, the 6 is in a box.
Does that mean anything to anyone?
That Wii is definitely Boot2 compatible and would be an easy fix for a programmer.
edit: and you must have bought it used because it is much older then a year. That is close to a launch Wii witch would date it around 2006.
hmm wierd, It was brand new from best buy. It's couldn't have been more then 2 years ago.
OK, I may have jumped the gun on that. Nintendo shuffled up the serial numbers a couple of times to where there were not all in numeric order according to date. Yours is going to be somewhere close to one of those points. Look here for reference. It may not be Boot2 compatible.
Its a mix!!! look at this!!!
Wii Drive Chip Database - Serial Number Estimation
1. Buy a MOBO from another USER (bad_ad -- streamline)
2. I can try to flash boot2 when i take it apart i can def tell what drive is in there and then boot2 might be an option
3. I can just flash your nand backup in to and MAKE sure everything is ok when that is done!!!
Ok, since I'm gonna take this thing apart no matter what I do is there a way to tell by looking inside the wii?
If it is boot2 compatible I'm gonna get it flashed, If it is not then I'm gonna buy a mobo that is. Since I messed up once, I'd like the safety of having bootmii as boot2 incase I somehow do it again.
..........Originally Posted by erikie