Duboisbrian said it best.
I'll just be softmodding from now on, if these companies stop backing their product after less then 2 years.
I've only had the D2Pro for about 6 months before NSMB came out.
Ridiculous support, especially after they have been promising an update since before Christmas.
Are they really that busy, or do they just not care?
Seems like they don't care...And honestly, they aren't the only ones...It's not as if switching a soldered modchip is something the average joe wants to risk either
Originally Posted by dmangsr
I believe the only one that has supported all their chips is Wasabi
Originally Posted by wiimatrix
Thanks for the heads up.:D
Just make sure you let others know that your link is for the Euro region, in case they are looking for the US rergion.
Original post edited due to dmangsr very good point.Credit to dmangsr for the change.
It has taken its time, but it feels good to know that there are some teams thinking about early adopters(Wiikey/D2Pro, Wasabi)...Will be them I keep an eye out for next time I get a chip
If only the crappy Infectus team could do the same and update the Argon...
Does anyone know if this update is good for the D2CKey (31 wires)?
Quote from read me from release,
Originally Posted by Stargazor
d2pro DVD update v1.8 *BETA* - EUROPEAN REGION
This software is provided as-is, with no warranties of any kind.
If you use this software, you do so at your own risk!
For the latest version, see d2pro : Home
Thank you for supporting d2pro!
* Fixes the NSMB BCA issue.
This update is for use with d2pro. However,
it has not been tested
with all d2pro versions and it has not been tested with all drive
It is a BETA AND YOU SHOULD BE VERY CAREFUL!
If the update fails, you will need to have a d2prog programmer to
recover d2pro. Currently, d2prog programmers are very difficult to find
Burn the .iso to a blank DVD and boot.
If your d2pro does not
already have the latest firmware, you will be prompted to update it.
I have no other info