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www.wi-modchips.com - a good link

Discussion in 'Wii Hardware' started by GoldenAssassin, Jul 29, 2007.

  1. GoldenAssassin

    GoldenAssassin New Member

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    http://www.wii-modchips.com/
     
  2. Viety

    Viety New Member

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    So your Wii is modded?

    I'm just assuming from the link.
     
  3. kaitora

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    A word of caution for those with warranties... if you apply a mod chip then it will void your warranty... you have been warned
     
  4. badboykane

    badboykane New Member

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    Warranty apparently void yes, but Nintendo along with Microsoft still take back modded consoles and repair them. 100's of people all over the world on other forums have tested this when they have damaged their console and they have sucessfully been repaired and returned.
     
  5. kaitora

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    true, but then they have the right to charge you. or they could also say no to you if they really wanted. Also think of the shipping costs to send it to get repaired. Hopefully if you are fitting a mod chip you know how to solder etc
     
  6. badboykane

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    Soldering is easy for some people, for me I used to solder for a living for about 5 years so soldering is really easy.
     
  7. longhorn

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    wat does a modchip do
     
  8. badboykane

    badboykane New Member

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    It cooks you breakfast in the morning and drives you to work.

    Type it in on Google or perhaps click on the link in the first post and read.
     
  9. kaitora

    kaitora New Member

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    find out for yourself dude. But if you use one, be it on your own head
     
  10. badboykane

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    You shouldn't tell him things like that, he will think he has to put it on his head
     
  11. kaitora

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    maybe he could insert the modchip into his head, and then he would perform actions when you use a wiimote. So press a, and he acts like a monkey
     
  12. badboykane

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    i would love to see that... hold down a and b and you can pick him up like a mii
     
  14. TimpZ

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    hmm.. isn't that... illegal..? Maybe not, but using it is. Would we really want that?
     
  15. serpent01

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    I already modded mine, Dont want to use any more.
     

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