Discussion in 'Wii Hardware' started by Matt, Jul 21, 2007.
Mine hasnt', not going to risk it either..
Same here i don't want nothing to go wrong with it i'm going to leave it the way it is.
Yeah, too many risks involved.
No, i dont fancy having my Wii took to peices and some1 attacking it with a soldering iron lol
I might be getting a new Wii on holiday.
And that might get modded.
i didnt even no u could get your wii modded, what do they do to it when they mod it?
They use a modchip such as the Wiikey and solder it to the motherboard of the Wii allowing it to play backed up games and homebrews.
I would not like to mod my Wii because it would void my 3 year warrenty! I payed Ãƒâ€šÃ‚Â£50.00 for that!
no I deffinately wont be getting mine modded
Freeloader for wii? I shall be modding my wii for one reason. I want Linux on it! But not for pirate games. Thats very bad *slaps wrist*
im not messing w/ it. lol
it's just idiotic, risk ur wii to gain some free games...
I have mine modded, the chip goes on the dvd drive and not the actual Wii motherboard, it is very easy to do. I have chipped about 18 or more Wii consoles so far.
Its perfectly safe if you know what you are doing.
Handy if you accidently loose your original game that you purchased.
How many Wiis do you have? 'cause I wouldn't mod mine if I only had one, since an update might cause some brick'age...
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