Hi i got the waspkey 2 my version is v3.3E a frend of mine has it on v4.1E works to on his wii.
I also us the ntsc version game's only the new game's wil give a code 002 but if you got the homebrew and the neogamma r7 and others that do the same it works perfect.
Al game's play fine it's also how you burn your dvd's but every body knows that if you need other info let me know.
update to 4.2 mate then repost on how your games work...
It'll work the same on your 4.2 its like the wasabi dx you may give it a threy for your selfs for 20euro i'll send you one.
Iám not going to upgrade mine it works to good for me.I did just want to let you know that it works on every wii.
It does work on 4.1, 3.3, 3.2, 1.4. 3.5, 2.4 etc, I know because I have one. it DOES NOT work on 4.2 though for import backups, thats what this thread is about mate. The whole point of this thread is that all modchips now do not boot backup imports with 4.2 so why are you posting about how your waspkey works with 3.3 and 4.1?
A lot of people dont want to bother with homebrew etc and just want a machine that they can stick a disc in and go.
i have D2Pro on NTSC wii
Pal and Jap games don't work
I used region free on them before burning
it just stoped working after the 4.2 update
Pal Wii with Wasabi V3 (no softmods)
Pal games work
Region free is dead
Nothing seems to be happening on this front now, have the modchip makers give up on the region free now?
D2C Key and 4.2 update -- backups no longer work...
Actually, I don't know how to fix it either
d2cpro updated to 4.2 NTSC now PAL games won't run. I didn't think I had that many PAL games, but apparently I'd been busy.
I've been avoiding homebrew just 'cuz I don't need it nor the headaches that potentially come with it.. but has anyone tried installing the homebrew region fixes and had luck? Or even better, has anyone tried without homebrew?
Anyone who's using 4.2 and needs to play region free discs with their Wii should probably downgrade to 4.1 or earlier at this point if they're able. rdpierce, it's probably a wise idea to install the homebrew channel (check out this link for information and installation instructions, make sure you follow ones for 4.2 if you're starting with it) simply so you can downgrade and update your IOSes. IOSes are system files that are installed with system menu updates - you can update these independently of your system menu with the homebrew channel thus getting the benefits of the new system menu without the problems that they bring. This brings old system menus up to the same level of compatibility as newer ones. That's really all I use homebrew for other than the occasional emulator as I prefer to use my modchip.
You don't *need* to do it, but if you absolutely must have region free discs, you're going to either have to hold out for modchip makers to release patches or you're going to have to use the homebrew channel. I prefer updating IOSes over using homebrew disc loaders because at least once they're installed, you don't have to rely on using homebrew programs. Once your IOSes are properly updated, you won't need to use the homebrew channel until some new update comes out.
Just a suggestion.
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