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    dx to zero install

    hey guys i did a search but still not sure ...i installed my dx with 2.0 beta now when i install it with the wasabi clip ..do i just remove the small drive ribbon cable that came with the dx and put it back to normal and just install the clip (without having the ribbon cable hooked up to the wasabi dx?) thanks

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    Quote Originally Posted by glock View Post
    hey guys i did a search but still not sure ...i installed my dx with 2.0 beta now when i install it with the wasabi clip ..do i just remove the small drive ribbon cable that came with the dx and put it back to normal and just install the clip (without having the ribbon cable hooked up to the wasabi dx?) thanks
    once u flash ur firmware to 2.0 in dx mode you then unhook the dx, pop the clip on it and then it presses down onto ur chipset. no need for the ribbon cable.

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    I want to update my wasabi dx to 2.0 but Id on't know how to and when I used the config screen by repressing eject 3 times the screen turns black and I'm unsure on what to do.

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    Quote Originally Posted by DarkSageZX View Post
    I want to update my wasabi dx to 2.0 but Id on't know how to and when I used the config screen by repressing eject 3 times the screen turns black and I'm unsure on what to do.
    u need to go to Wasabi Wii Modchip - Compatible with DMS, D2A, D2B, D2C, D2C2, D2E - Upgradable from DVD - Simply the best download the 2.0beta iso, burn it to disc then pop it in your wii. i think it shows up as a gamecube icon in ur disc channel, start it up and enjoy.

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    thanks guys for the reply ....man this is a awesome chip ...i have no softmods on my wii ...and with the chip and the clip(running update 3.4u) i have had no problems with backups ... ghostbuster-punchout all run perfect ...very happy with wasabi dx/wasabi clip

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    Quote Originally Posted by glock View Post
    thanks guys for the reply ....man this is a awesome chip ...i have no softmods on my wii ...and with the chip and the clip(running update 3.4u) i have had no problems with backups ... ghostbuster-punchout all run perfect ...very happy with wasabi dx/wasabi clip
    i agree, i love my dx/zero. it handles everything i throw at it. i also have a drivekey, which is collecting dust because the wasabi blows it away.

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    Quote Originally Posted by bsmalley23 View Post
    u need to go to Wasabi Wii Modchip - Compatible with DMS, D2A, D2B, D2C, D2C2, D2E - Upgradable from DVD - Simply the best download the 2.0beta iso, burn it to disc then pop it in your wii. i think it shows up as a gamecube icon in ur disc channel, start it up and enjoy.
    What if I have a GC2-D1? I am a noob to this entire scene. bought a used Wii console with no games, and ordered a Wasabi DX. Can I/should I run it as a zero or just leave it as a DX? I got the 1.2 update in, and burned a few coaster on DVD+R until I bought some DVD-R - worked on the 1st 2 so far.

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    Quote Originally Posted by boneman2 View Post
    What if I have a GC2-D1? I am a noob to this entire scene. bought a used Wii console with no games, and ordered a Wasabi DX. Can I/should I run it as a zero or just leave it as a DX? I got the 1.2 update in, and burned a few coaster on DVD+R until I bought some DVD-R - worked on the 1st 2 so far.
    i never heard of a D1 chipset so i dont know if u can use it as a zero. u would want to put the latest firmware on it. which is 2.0beta.
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    OK. I will update to the 2.0Beta. The chipset D1 really exists. Just not much info on it I guess.

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    Quote Originally Posted by glock View Post
    thanks guys for the reply ....man this is a awesome chip ...i have no softmods on my wii ...and with the chip and the clip(running update 3.4u) i have had no problems with backups ... ghostbuster-punchout all run perfect ...very happy with wasabi dx/wasabi clip
    Ok, so you are using it as a Wasabi Zero instead... Has anyone with a "normal" Wasabi DX installation (installed as a ribbon chip, and not with a clip) tried to run Ghostbusters?

    Ghostbusters (USA) does not work on my PAL Wii 4.1e with a DriveKey chip installed

    Also, how does the Wasabi DX (installed as a ribbon chip) perform when you throw out-of-region games at it? (E.g. European PAL games on an American NTSC Wii or vice versa). There are problems playing certain out-of-region games with DriveKey, but I suspect this is not related to DriveKey as such, but rather limitations of the Wii (or more specifically the Wii drive).

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