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I've made the basis for compatibility lists of the different Wii and Wiikey media .
You are free to add your own experiences with the different games and disc.
All the listed Drivekey’s features like Auto-booting, Brick-blocking and even disabling the chip are being tested and they all worked fine.
Gecko OS on which you are able to use legal backups with your cheats, is also compatible with booting backups so you don’t need to worry about that.
Also, for a D3 this is the only option available for the buyers that can boot backups on console. So, this chip makes a bold statement and will change the way modification chips are designed in the future for Wii.
It is surely going to take over the market and consumers who can’t take risk with their Wii will go for it only.
) Integrates proven D2CKey Intelligent Code Modifying System Supports, SMG, SSBB and other 'problem' titles No soldering necessary No external PC/laptop needed Ultra-low power consumption; does not interfere with normal Wii operation No awkward USB interface - just insert DVD and play!
However, by using older Game Cube tools, you can manually change the streaming audio settings for preventing the stammering sound.Wii Key Features Direct Boot of Wii original, import, and backup games Direct Boot of Gamecube™ original, import, and backup games Supports multi-disc games Supports dual-layer discs Fully configurable update blocker Fully configurable region override Works on all Wii drives (D2C, D2C-2, D2E, D3/D2nothing, DMS, D2A, D2B) Works on all Wii regions (USA, PAL, JAP, KOREA) Compatible with D2E "epoxy" drives (no need to remove epoxy) Compatible with D2B "cut pin" drives Firmware can be updatable from DVD-R Plug-and-play 5 minute installation Fully configurable via built-in config menu.( Go to Wii disc channel and press eject 3 times to load configuration menu) Can disable Drive Key via the config menu - stealth operation Config option to autoboot Wii discs (insert the disc, the game will load immediately!So, there is a little loading delay but all the games which were being tested worked fine and you can’t tell any difference while you are playing the game.
The one more limitation is that it does not support Game Cube games that contain CDDA tracks which come up during the play and one can be stuck with a stammering sound.
Even if the more new versions of Wii’s will come out, buyers won’t remain ‘high and dry’ with a useless chip because of the utility of updating it through a DVD or a JTAG programmer.