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    Best wii solderless modchip?

    So what is the best modchip for the wii that is solderless at the moment? And why?

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    hello i have just joined also and would also like to know this before i decide if i get a chip or softmod

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    it depends on which model wii you have, what you expect from the chip, etc etc.

    The single best thing to do is to contact a local modchip supplier/installer and talk it through with them.

    Some of the chip suppliers/installers have web based tools to determine which chips are compatible with which Wii's.

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    model RVL-001 (EUR) serial LEH1132etc
    Have chipped a ps1 myself and have had a ps2 chipped not by myself
    but if you get wireless chips for the WII i would possible go with that
    I would only use it for playing backup games and would think its a better option than any of the others (well it was with the ps1/ps2)
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    Quote Originally Posted by hawkwind View Post
    model RVL-001 (EUR) serial LEH1132etc
    Have chipped a ps1 myself and have had a ps2 chipped not by myself
    but if you get wireless chips for the WII i would possible go with that
    I would only use it for playing backup games and would think its a better option than any of the others (well it was with the ps1/ps2)
    could always just softmod it, cost? 0/$0

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    Thanks will look into maybe doing a softmod instead (whats the preferred method amongst most on here)

    Do you have a link to the latest way of doing it as i am always scared i google an out of date tutorial
    ps my model number is above

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    check the tutorials forum for the 3.1-4.1 softmod guide. Or the complete 4.2 softmod guide. (Depending on your firmware version).

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    how do i find the firmware info for my wii

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    anyone know where to find out what firmware is on my wii

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    wii settings menu, top right hand corner.

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