Solved Portablize mii

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  1. Toaster912 .

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    Portablize Mii isn't loading on my Wii the SD card works just not the portablize mii booting on the Wii? Any help is appreciated. I just want to get started trimming the motherboard! Thanks
     

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  2. Gman RTFDS Staff Member . . . . .

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    Portablizemii is loaded through a usb drive. Make sure the Wii has the homebrew channel installed then follow the steps through cheese installer.
     
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    Thanks for replying. Is there a guide on bitbuilt on how to build a Wii Portable? I've been looking forever Lol
     
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  5. Gman RTFDS Staff Member . . . . .

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    Not specifically. Every modder builds there portables different using what materials they can acquire and the skills they have. Such a guide would only be useful for one specific portable. However, every step on building a Wii portable is documented and a respected guide for accomplishing it. I recommend reading worklogs of portables to get a general idea of how one is created and then put your own twist on it.
     
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    Thanks Gman. I'm just wondering what is the drill bit that you used in your tutorial on how to make a ps2 portable? I need it to cut the button holes in the case.
     
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    the wii uses a tri-wing screw driver. you can also use a generic screw driver
     
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    Cutting button holes ≠ screwhead type.
     
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  10. Toaster912 .

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    Yeah I wanted to know what screw head type he used.
     
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  11. Gman RTFDS Staff Member . . . . .

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    If you are just starting out, you can get a cheap drill bit set from walmart or homedepot. Also garage sales are a good place to find quality tools for a good deal. Just because a tool is old, doesn't mean it is bad or inferior. I use some tools that are older than my dad and they are way better then the plastic crap homedepot sells these days.
     
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    Sure I'll try to buy a drill bit set from Walmart, Home Depot or just use my dad's XD
     
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    Is there anyway to get it to work? I'm kind of mad now since the trim won't work.
     
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    Thank you. for that now I can get started to trim, just have to buy all the stuff
     

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