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    Old hacked wii (over 4 years ago) what next?

    Hi guys,

    So, back in the day when the wii was new and I had more time on my hands I installed a chip onto the mobo (forget the name now) so i could play game from backup media. As time went on and the DVD collection grew I install the cfg channel and moved all the games onto a external usb hdd.

    I haven't turned it on in years however my youngest is now getting to the age where it'll be enjoyable for her to play so I turned it on yesterday. All is working as it was left, but I'd like to a, change the hdd to a smaller unit and the one I have to huge and takes up loads of space and b update it so newer games can be played.

    Since I'm sooo far behind the trend now, I have no idea where to start.

    Any pointers?

    thanks,

    blastman

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    Quote Originally Posted by blastman View Post
    Hi guys,

    So, back in the day when the wii was new and I had more time on my hands I installed a chip onto the mobo (forget the name now) so i could play game from backup media. As time went on and the DVD collection grew I install the cfg channel and moved all the games onto a external usb hdd.

    I haven't turned it on in years however my youngest is now getting to the age where it'll be enjoyable for her to play so I turned it on yesterday. All is working as it was left, but I'd like to a, change the hdd to a smaller unit and the one I have to huge and takes up loads of space and b update it so newer games can be played.

    Since I'm sooo far behind the trend now, I have no idea where to start.

    Any pointers?

    thanks,

    blastman
    Hey Blastman - I was in a similar situation as you. The tuts are really good and took no time at all to get back up to speed. Also lots more things that can be done...

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