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    Wii w/D2Pro (To Buy Or Not)

    Hello everyone!

    I am highly considering ordering a premodded Wii (w/D2Pro 6 chip) from, our favorite place of course, Canadamods, but am paranoid now after reading some of the issues people are having across the board (I think most of them are user related vs. chip).

    All I want to do is play backed up games and it seems due the upgrade ability of this chip, I should have no issues playing any games on the market today.

    I think I am just being silly, but wanted you guys input. Any advice or replies are greatly appreciated.

    Thank you!

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    Quote Originally Posted by JR007 View Post
    Hello everyone!

    I am highly considering ordering a premodded Wii (w/D2Pro 6 chip) from, our favorite place of course, Canadamods, but am paranoid now after reading some of the issues people are having across the board (I think most of them are user related vs. chip).

    All I want to do is play backed up games and it seems due the upgrade ability of this chip, I should have no issues playing any games on the market today.

    I think I am just being silly, but wanted you guys input. Any advice or replies are greatly appreciated.

    Thank you!
    Technical Specifications d2pro

    5/6-wire (with SPI Flash)
    •Compatible with DMS, D2A, D2B, D2C, D2C-2 and D2E* chipsets
    •Compatible with all regions, USA, JAP and PAL
    •Compatible with D2B "cut pin" drives (does not require the cut pins to be connected)
    Fully configurable and updatable via DVD
    •Advanced automatic region detection with fallback (works even if a drive is changed to a different region Wii)
    •Region override for Wii and Gamecube games
    •Direct Boot of Wii original, import, and backup games
    •Direct Boot of Gamecube original, import, and backup games
    •Direct boot of homebrew in GC mode
    •Supports multi-disc games, DVD-R, +R, +RW (no bitsetting required)
    •Supports Dual Layer
    •Supports factory made 'silvers', even with incorrect header data
    •Supports, SMG, SSBB, Mario Kart and other 'problem' titles
    •Streaming audio-fix for Gamecube games
    •Diskspeed configurable via DVD, with separate settings for different media types
    •Recovery mode makes it impossible to brick the chip with a bad flash
    •Onboard JTAG interface for in-system updates of FPGA core if necessary**
    •8Mbit onboard flash for storing data and applications
    •Rock solid performance with 1.5V FPGA core and high quality components
    •Onboard status LEDs

    i think this will answer your questions

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    @ben361 - Thanks for taking time to read and reply! I understand, thanks again.

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