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    Quote Originally Posted by StevenNevets
    Everyone uses that.



    And skins are not mods people...

    Sure they are, a mod doesn't necessarily have to be about performance, it can include appearance as well.
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    Well I ordered the CycloWiz with the Tri-Wing screwdriver and a soldering kit.

    I'm just worried about:

    - My CD burner not being good enough to burn the Wii games correctly. I've burned CDs.. and DVDs and they've worked fine using Nero. So I hope I'm okay here.
    - Me voiding my Wii's warranty by opening it up.
    - Me ruining the CycloWiz chip because I've never soldered anything before in my life.
    - A better modchip coming out the second I install the one I just got. (Which is bound to happen. :|)

    I also ordered a skin from Decalgirl.com.
    Successfully modded my Wii with CycloWiz! :] Works great.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Bryan_
    Well I ordered the CycloWiz with the Tri-Wing screwdriver and a soldering kit.

    I'm just worried about:

    - My CD burner not being good enough to burn the Wii games correctly. I've burned CDs.. and DVDs and they've worked fine using Nero. So I hope I'm okay here.
    - Me voiding my Wii's warranty by opening it up.
    - Me ruining the CycloWiz chip because I've never soldered anything before in my life.
    - A better modchip coming out the second I install the one I just got. (Which is bound to happen. :|)

    I also ordered a skin from Decalgirl.com.

    test your soldering skills first... Take apart a known working cheapo alarm clock or telephone, "break" some pieces off and solder them back together and test to see if the alarm clock or phone still works. If you do this, try to test every function, just because the alarm clock blinks "12:00" doesn't mean every function works.


    Edit: Also make sure you test every function before tearing stuff apart so you're not wasting your time punching holes in the living room wall because the sleep button doesn't work, unknown to you it didn't beforehand either.
    Last edited by fistpittingnork; 03-01-2007 at 12:44 AM.
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    Quote Originally Posted by fistpittingnork
    Sure they are, a mod doesn't necessarily have to be about performance, it can include appearance as well.
    It's only a temporary sticker...

    Unless it's a permanent major appearance chance I wouldn't call it a mod.




    Personaly I havn't done anything yet, I'll wait till we get some good chips


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    Quote Originally Posted by Bryan_
    Well I ordered the CycloWiz with the Tri-Wing screwdriver and a soldering kit.

    I'm just worried about:

    - My CD burner not being good enough to burn the Wii games correctly. I've burned CDs.. and DVDs and they've worked fine using Nero. So I hope I'm okay here.
    - Me voiding my Wii's warranty by opening it up.
    - Me ruining the CycloWiz chip because I've never soldered anything before in my life.
    - A better modchip coming out the second I install the one I just got. (Which is bound to happen. :|)

    I also ordered a skin from Decalgirl.com.

    I thought about chipping my wii, but the only thing i was worried about is that nintendo might do some sort of online update thingy majiggy that breaks or denies all Wiis from playing online, or playing at all. not sure if thats a major problem but i heard xbox did something like that, scans for mods everytime u connect to xbox live. i'd probably wait a year b4 chipping mine :S

    oh and i thought wii games were dual layered? if they are does that mean you need to have a dual layer burner in order to burn the games?
    Last edited by Jonny; 03-01-2007 at 11:03 PM.

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