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    Ca Good day, eh?

    Hello - new to the Wii and modding (only hacking experience is limited to making copies of CD-rom games and swapping the .exe files to remove the "insert Disk" pop-ups).

    I've got 2 kids (5 & 3), and want to protect the original game disks (and may download the occasional iso file).

    My system is a LU70 serial number, and firmware version is 3.4U. From what I can tell, this setup is escellent for a softmod, but if i'm wrong, please let me know!

    Thanks guys.

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    You can check the drive data base to see if it has the latest drive chip

    http://www.wiidrives.com/list?v_cont...&v_perpage=100

    Hi and welcome to WiiHacks moric76

    If you need advice or help for anything Wii related you have joined the right site, whether its hard or soft modded.

    Don’t be shy, ask if you are stuck, just don’t expect other people to do all the work for you.

    Before you start anything, make sure you read the rules go over the tutorials, and most importantly, search before asking questions.

    Make sure you post in the correct areas of the forums.

    Here is the site index wiihacks ultimate index written by ShadowSonic2

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    2009 Wii Serial numbers after LU3884XXXX and LEH2676XXXX have probably got the new D3-2 chip that prevents playing backup DVD's. They can still use original discs and USB loaders.

    I hope you have a great time here at WiiHacks, and increase your knowledge of all things Wii.
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    Thanks for the link to the Drive Chip Database - I'll have to get the full S/N to check if I'll be able to play DVDR's.

    If it won't play DVDR's, would a big USB Stick work well?... I'd almost rather go that way in the first place... put a bunch of games on it and just leave it plugged in.

    Thanks again.

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    Quote Originally Posted by moric76 View Post
    Thanks for the link to the Drive Chip Database - I'll have to get the full S/N to check if I'll be able to play DVDR's.

    If it won't play DVDR's, would a big USB Stick work well?... I'd almost rather go that way in the first place... put a bunch of games on it and just leave it plugged in.

    Thanks again.
    I think you may have to buy a USB HDD. 3.4 does not support SDHC cards, and that the type you would need to run games.
    A HDD is the best option, but if you don't want to buy one, you would have to update your system to 4.1.

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