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    Red face An hello from the salmons' country!

    Hello all,

    This is not actually my first post, but I realised I was rather impolite not to present myself. I am Dudush (Matthieu is my real name) I am French and I write you from Norway where I live currently.

    I discovered your awesome website earlier at the end of this summer.
    Last year, one friend had installed the Wiikey 1 chip on my Wii and it turned out to stop working minutes after he installed it. We did not succeed in fixing it. Then I gave up for a while. But time going by, I got more and more frustrated to have a chip in my console and not being unable to do anything with it! Eventually, at the end of last August I started looking for something to fix my chip (I failed, it appears that nothing is possible in my case) and I ended up on Wiibrew and then on your website. The more I read, the more I was dumbfounded to discover the wii homebrew world and its possibilities, and all the SUPER guides available on your forum.
    But, I am really wedded to my Wii, and I barely knew what was an homebrew before. So to say, I was really scared to death to put a guide in application, but at the same time there was something exciting about trying it . After reading your FAQ, your guides and others threads something like 1000 times to be sure I understood everything, I decided to do the great Messie's guide and its linked FAQ, which corresponded to my system and was reassuring with its numerous small warnings like:
    "
    NEVER UNINSTALL ANY IOS LESS THAN 200!!!!
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    or
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    If you uninstall ios70 or any ios lower than 200, your Wii will suffer a slow and painful DEATH!
    "
    for a noob like me .
    I had cold sweats during all the process, but it worked without any problems, and when I was done, I realised that I liked it .
    Earlier I followed the non less amazing Mauifrog's guide to add some missing IOS to my Wii because I had few problems with some backups and apps.
    I really want to say thank you and thank you so much again to you guys who give your time to write such amazing, complete, safe and high-quality guides, you are really awesome generous people, I really admire you for doing all of that! I think now I will come on this forum as much as time allows me to, in order to learn more about my dear Wii and try to know more about softmodding. I do not think I will become as strong as you, but if I can get some basics and help some lost people at my turn, I will be happy with that.

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    Believe me, I know the fear of softmoding for the first time. The wife and I bought a Wii for our kids last Christmas and I knew ahead of time that I wanted to softmod it but I never told her that lol. When I started the process about a week after I hooked it up I had to keep looking over my shoulder to make sure she wasn't watching me, lol. Every little thing I done made me shiver with fear but it all went smooth and I realized just how awesome this sire is.

    Hello Dudush and welcome to WiiHacks.com!


    --You will find everything you need to know about your Wii and maybe a little more right here. It just takes some reading but it is worth it. You can start by looking at our Site Index to get you on your way and maybe answer some of your basic questions as well.



    --To get you started in your adventure will find one of these guides helpful. Just pick one out that fits your Wii (yes that includes black Wii's).



    --There are also guides on setting up an external hard drive to play your backup games from. You can find one by Gen3sf here and another by Krank and Cile here.


    --We also strongly encourage you to use the search feature built into the forums. There is a nice guide that explains the ins and outs of it found here. We promote the practice of search first and ask questions later. Most new comer questions can be answered just by utilizing the search feature correctly. If you can't find an answer then please feel free to ask your question in the appropriate section.


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    Other links that might interest you:
    Monster Hunter Tri Guide by Davepm- Here
    Super Mario Galaxy 2 Guide by Ithian-Here
    New Super Mario Bros Wii Guide by Davepm- Here
    Metroid Other M Guide by emuhack- Here

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    And since you are still alive, I assume that eventually your wife and your children did not take a long time to get used to a nice softmodded wii .
    See you later on another thread!

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