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    Talking Got my wasabi dx!

    Recently fitted my wasbi dx had a problem at first my wii wasnt reading any discs, so took it apart again and found that i had not pushed the ribbon in far enough, put it back together and all is well all backups from my region PAL work but some NTSC backups not loading( black screen )i think this is because they need updates to run, but not gonna risk a brick lol il stick to pal games for now, so to sum up im more than pleased and id reccomend this modchip ps: i have updated my chip to 1.2 using the iso from wasabi website

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    Quote Originally Posted by jms1977 View Post
    Recently fitted my wasbi dx had a problem at first my wii wasnt reading any discs, so took it apart again and found that i had not pushed the ribbon in far enough, put it back together and all is well all backups from my region PAL work but some NTSC backups not loading( black screen )i think this is because they need updates to run, but not gonna risk a brick lol il stick to pal games for now, so to sum up im more than pleased and id reccomend this modchip ps: i have updated my chip to 1.2 using the iso from wasabi website

    I am NTCS regionally & I have gotten several pal games to play fine.. Infact everything I have thrown at it untill last night worked & Wario Wares PAL last night gave me a blank screen.. I have several other pal games that have worked fine though..
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    I just got my Wasabi DX in the mail today. Installation was a breeze, and updated to 1.2 firmware. I have only tried two games so far (original Twilight Princess and backup Need for Speed Carbon), but both have worked fine (after the upgrade at least).

    All seems well, except that I can't figure out how to access the configuration menu. The site says "reset console then press 3 times eject." I have tried this about nine times using various different timings between resetting and pressing eject, length between pressing eject, with a disc in the drive and without one, letting the wii get to the channels screen after rebooting before pressing eject, etc. Could someone please enlighten me on the matter?

    EDIT: Never mind. After posting this, I decided I'd try again. Oddly enough it worked this time, even though I didn't intentionally do anything different than I had already done in previous attempts.
    Last edited by avlbfntiu; 03-23-2009 at 04:31 PM.

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