I thought about that but a wii heatsink would be way too big. I thought about cutting up a gamecube heatsink as well but figured doing this is...
Ayy that's pretty much exactly the same stuff :D
Yes very much
Anyways, I have some actual progress. Pretty much everything (except like...
combined with this \/
Damn this is pretty fucking genius
If this will look as good as your previous portables.. oh boy
Can't wait to see it done!
So, yesterday I made some progress with that LMAO v2 ish wii..
I've got to say, those nand flex boards make it a lot easier :D
The Swiitch 2.5 rev2
So, as some of you may know I've been working on a new wii portable again for about 10 months now. The main goal of this...
Just made some trimmed wii models with most large components modeled as well. (large caps, ics like ave, stuff like that)
This has the models of...
What do you mean with "the whole thing"? A portable?
Apparently there will be snapped nands at MGC next year ( ͡° ͜ʖ ͡°)
lmao, well, the batteries being so close together wasn't an issue. The batteries touching the heatsink which was already too small tho.. yeah....
I actually tried doing that at first as well, but it didn't end up nicely at all. I'd either go with switch sticks or with the separate parts like...
Thats what you think
Then, suddenly, stuff ALL around you starts randomly dying. And you have no idea why!
In a few days you'll have over 9000...
Waiting for parts once again.. Digikey why are you taking so long ಠ_ಠ
You need to reply to existing threads first, to combat spam. I think you need at least 3 messages to be able to create your own thread ;)
Hi, sounds like a great first project!
When it comes to batteries, this guide pretty much covers it all:...
Not sure about that, as i can use NTSC backups without problems on my PAL wiis. What definetly does matter though, is that you have a folder with...
Are you 100% sure the gameid is correct? Thats very important with postloader.
Make sure all your paths are correct, and the gameids are as well. So you need this folder structure:
/USB ROOT/wbfs/SOUE01.wbfs (or SOUP01.wbfs,...
The WAH man made a guide about this a few months ago. Look in the guide hub, should be in there.
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