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    Wii Modchip Case on People's Court: Pirate FAIL

    These two bumbling bafoons go on television's, "The People's Court" to settle a dispute over a poorly modded Nintendo Wii that was supposed to have been "upgraded" to play cheaper/free games (their description, not mine).

    The plaintiff says the Wii won't start up correctly on boot, that the defendant is holding his property until payment of ~$160 is received, and is suing for the cost of a new Wii. The defendant claims...well he doesn't really claim anything he's just counter-suing for ~$160.



    And yes, it's very possible this video will pop up more often now as the final post in a thread when pirates come here asking us for help.
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    Sounds like he was going to put a modchip in,and then realized
    the wii had the D3-2 drive and couldn't play backups!
    So then he bought a new drive that could play backups
    and charged extra for it,without consulting his friend first.
    But I don't know what they meant by unplugging the power and
    then plugging it back in? What does that do?



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