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    What do i do after softmod completion.

    Right now i have completed my softmodding on my wii.
    I successfully used the internet.
    What other capabilites does it have.

    I downloaded new super mario bros.
    and using this tutorial to burn: http://www.wiihacks.com/creating-bur...ief-guide.html

    IT SAID I NEED A MODCHIP TO PLAYED BURNED GAMES ON DVD. Wat is that true

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    In fact the one thing that would prevent you from playing disk backups is the d2-3 drive chip, and a modchip will not help this either. If you can't play disk backups from the softmod, usbloading of iso files will work. Also go to wiibrew.com and look through the various homebrew stuff there for other things to do.

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    if i burn iso to dvd and play using neogamma loder will it work.

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    There is a 50/50 chance and only one way for you to find out.

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    If your Wii is new then it most likley has the d3-2. So you would have to go with USB Loading. ( Which is better in my opinion)
    Damn I suck!!!!

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    how do you know if your wii is D3-2 drive

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    Why don't you um, TRY IT. If it works, you know. If it spits out an error code, check against the Error Thread (usually a 11XX or 12XX errors relate to D3-2 drive)

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