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    I agree thats the only way at the monment just wait for a firmware update and that should fix everything

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    when that happens, what do i need to do and buy( tool ) to update it . (i have a drivekey installed on mine.) will i need to send it to my dealer or i can do it myself. thanks in advance

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    Has something like this happened in the past? I am a new modded wii user.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Shadowkiller97 View Post
    Has something like this happened in the past? I am a new modded wii user.
    Of course.
    Whenever Nintendo release a game in-house, the gaming world gets excited... modders get worried.

    Super Mario Galaxy was the first to detect a mod-chip.
    Super Smash Bros was the first to cause problems with dual layer.
    When those games were released, there was fierce competition with the modchip manufacturers to be the first with a permanent fix.
    Then it all went quiet.
    So quiet in fact that a lot of manufacturers have since dozed off and no longer seem to be supporting their own products and the release of the D3-2 drive was just the final nail in the coffin.
    So we are now left high and dry as for most mod chip owners, there will be no fix.

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    Quote Originally Posted by biolante View Post
    Didn't mean to insult you or your website, I'm sure you're helping a great amount of people. But I still don't think most average Joes are capable of getting through all the hoops necessary to get around this new copy protection. I'm not, and I don't consider myself technologically inept. But the guides mostly confuse me and the risk of a brick is enough for me to buy a copy instead.
    That didn't sound very smart thing to say.

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    There are a number of modchip companies that are working on updates for the chips to play NSMB and any newer copyright protected discs. Just check their websites for the most up to date information. If your chip isnt updatable, you will either have to soft mod or purchase a new chip that is able to play the newer games.

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    Quote Originally Posted by frankyz View Post
    That didn't sound very smart thing to say.
    And your brain is a flawless diamond, as proven by your writing abilities or lack thereof. Grow up.

    By the way, thanks to tunne1rat for the info.

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    Quote Originally Posted by biolante View Post
    And your brain is a flawless diamond, as proven by your writing abilities or lack thereof. Grow up.
    Haha. If you don't want to do it, this forum is not for you. Get lost (please)!

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