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    new to this. need soft mod feedback

    i have been reading and it looks like a softmod is the best way to go for modding your wii? just trying to get some feedback on this. i have a wii model # rvl 001 version 3.4u any feedback appreciated?

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    Just answered this here and yes softmod is the way to go

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    i like softmod the best, all games so far work and no spending extra $ for it.
    heres a 3.1-4.1 tut
    http://www.wiihacks.com/recommended-...d-any-wii.html

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    Softmod is a great solution and the tutorials on this site are great. I've have chip modded everything from playstation 1 to Xbox. Softmods have always held up better for me.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Dami View Post
    i like softmod the best, all games so far work and no spending extra $ for it.
    heres a 3.1-4.1 tut
    http://www.wiihacks.com/recommended-...d-any-wii.html
    Can I softmod my wii even it has drivekey in it already? cause I can't make the back up games to work.

    thank you

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    Yes you can softmod

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    Quote Originally Posted by oddgriffin View Post
    Yes you can softmod
    before I will start doing the softmod, I wanna make sure if it will work. cause a lot of people say, my chip is d2-3. My model # is LU7234xxxxxx is it gonna work even though I got that kind of chip?

    Thank you

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    It will work, just not for disk loading.

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