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    they work well with clip, but you have to do it properly.
    [ame=http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=Ld0p8LLqeSM]YouTube - Canadamods Presents: Wasabi Zero 100% Solderless install on all Chipsets - Wii Mod install[/ame]
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    Send me a PM if you need any Canadamods.ca support

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    Wii Clip

    has anyone tried the Wii Clip version of the Wasabi Clip? and if so what are the benefits?

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    The Wasabi Zero Solderless was my first attempt at a Wii mod. I opened the Wii using a video on Canadamods.ca as a guide (I ordered my chip from them), this took about 15 minutes, I put the clip on my D2C chipset, seated it in place, powered up the Wii and had a green light come on. Put electrical tape over the Wasabi and put the Wii back together. All backups that I have tried have worked great. This includes SSBB burned on a Verbatim DVD+R DL. The whole process took 30 minutes.

    Can't imagine that the Wii-Clip would be any easier to install, but I guess anything is possible.

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    WiiClip

    the WiiClip comes with the card and a sticker to make it even simpler.

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