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    GC2-D2B (no cut pins or missing pad) help!!!

    Hello,

    Im new to this. I will mod my wii using the guide located in this Site http://www.wiihacks.com/recommended-...d-any-wii.html

    However I am somewhat confused and wondering if it would be better to hard mod it instead of doing a softmod.

    Can anyone out there give me suggestions for my system? I have provided the details below.

    Thanks



    The Wii has a RVL-001(USA) model number and is produced for Canada/Mexico/USA. The copyright year is 2006.

    DVD drive and chipset features

    Your drive most likely has the following chipset:

    * There is a 100% chance the chipset is GC2-D2B (no cut pins or missing pad).

    → More detailed computational data...

    The following data is used to calculate and estimate the drive chip:

    * LU3132XXXX GC2-D2B (no cut pins or missing pad) (1 entries)
    * LU3130XXXX GC2-D2B (no cut pins or missing pad) (1 entries) Derv: 526672
    * LU312568229 - Entered serial - middle point
    * LU3124XXXX GC2-D2B (no cut pins or missing pad) (1 entries) Derv: 129843
    * LU3124XXXX GC2-D2B (no cut pins or missing pad) (1 entries)

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    Compatible Wii modchips:

    * WiiKey - D2A, DMS, D2B
    * Argon - D2A, DMS, D2B, D2C, D2C2
    * D2Pro9 v2 (D2C2), v3 (D2E) - D2A, DMS, D2B, D2C, D2C2, D2E
    * Wasabi - D2A, DMS, D2B, D2C, D2C2, D2E
    * Wiizard - D2A, DMS, D2B, D2C, D2C2, D2E
    * D2Sun v1.31+, v3+ - D2A, DMS, D2B, D2C, D2C2, D2E
    * D2Lite - D2A, DMS, D2B, D2C, D2C2, D2E
    * WiiKey 2 - D2A, DMS, D2B, D2C, D2C2, D2E
    * DriveKey - D2A, DMS, D2B, D2C, D2C2, D2E, D3
    * Wasabi DX - D2A, DMS, D2B, D2C, D2C2, D2E, D3

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    drivekey is so far the best i think.
    1st chip solderless and can play the new super mario bros game.



    u can always add homebrew/neogamma aswell .

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    You have a great Wii for hardmodding. Pretty much every chip out there will work on it. You could get someone to solder in a chip so that the games will run at 6x instead of with a ribbon chip that only run at 3x speed.
    Ribbon chips are really easy to install if you want to do it yourself. Drivekey is the most recognizable chip out right now, but not necessarily the best. They still don't have a way to update the older version chips to play NSMB.
    Sunkey brand chips are cheaper and in my opinion a better chip. They already have updates released and a programmer to update with. Or they have the cheapest ribbon chip out there, Sunkey lite. It's not updatable, but you can buy one with the BCA update to play NSMB already in it. I think it's the V1.3b version of the chip.

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