My white Wii bought in November, 2009 from Sam's Club here in the states had D3-2 drive in it (so to answer your question, no it's not only the black ones).
Well, that's my question, i've read that new black wii's have the D3-2 drive, that won't allow to run disc backups.
My question is : Do only NEW black wii's wont allow to play backups? or both NEW White and black Wii's have this D3-2 drive.
Thanks (excuse my english, currently learning)
Thanks a lot, i'm gonna have to go used i think :S
Or USB Loading which is much better IMO.
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Yes, i thought of that too, but my daughter is very young, and i just want her to put grab the backup disc she want's, put it in the wii and play.
She likes to change the game every 5 minutes, so thats why i want to have a backup of every game, as any kid of her age (6), it would be risky to let her use the original games.
Makes sense. Just so you know though, with USB Loading she wouldn't be using the original games.
Also you can set it up so that when you turn your wii on it Auto-boots to a USB Loader and then all she has to do is click the game she wants to play. Upon exiting the game it would then return to the USB Loader allowing her to select another game. No disk changing at all. USB Loaders also have Parental Control Features which make them very child friendly.
I understand if you don't want to go this route, just thought I would let you know.
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My personal preference is usb loading. I have a young son (almost 4) and remaining on the couch and changing games with the Wiimote is much simpler than loading discs, not to mention no dropped,scratched or broken discs. Most, if not all loaders support game cover images, so they (my son anyway) enjoy being able to scroll through the covers to choose a game.
Thatfloorguy, please check your PMs and vistor messages really quick. I need your help with something. Not truing to waste the forums time at all.
I think im gonna go for the hard drive option, it looks pretty practical. Can i use any HD with a rack?