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    A couple of questions

    Hi guys, I am a previous modder. I used d2pro v 3 in the past to mod my wii, left a review, and then left the scene. My modchip works perfectly so I didn't read any troubleshooting or find out about any new mod chips.

    Now I have returned! I need to mod a wii that is around 3-4 months old, its my uncles. I am pretty confident it is one of those d2nothings that I managed to find some info about...

    ****Basically heres what I want to know!****

    Who made drivekey? Is is some random new company, or a trusted one that I know will provide updates and support?

    What is the read speed on the drive key? I cant find this anywhere!

    Does the 3x drive speed hurt your wii drives laser?

    Should I get the drive key or the wasabi dx? I don't plan on converting it to a wasabi zero so which one do you think would be better?

    Last one! If I use the usb loader homebrew app, does the drive speed matter on the chip?

    Thanks a lot for your help guys!

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    Hi, can't add much, but I believe the Wasabi is made by the same people who make the CycloDS for the NDS Lite. I have 2 of those and they work flawlessly - pretty much just drag and drop. The Cyclo is one of the most popular cards for the NDS. This was the deciding factor in my choice of the Wasabi DX - a company that is committed to its product. I just got my Wasabi DX by the way and plan on putting up a full report shortly.

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    Wasabi dx i would go for.

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