Difference between revisions of "Drive Replacement Chip"

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== Overview ==
 
== Overview ==
  
Drive replacement modchips did not come around until the Wii era. Originally there was the [http://www.crazynation.org/GC/ CrazyNation HDD DD replacement] for the Gamecube however nothing was produced publicly until the Wii Drive replacement modchips came about. First was the FlatMii, followed by the SunDriver, followed by the [[WODE]] and then the [[Wiikey Fusion]].
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Drive replacement modchips, also known as Optical Drive Emulators (or just "ODE") did not come around until the Wii era.
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The original inception of such a device was the [http://www.crazynation.org/GC/ CrazyNation HDD DD replacement] for the GameCube however nothing was produced publicly until the Wii Drive replacement modchips came about. First was the FlatMii, followed by the SunDriver, followed by the [[WODE]] and then the [[Wiikey Fusion]].
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The GameCube eventually gained its own ODE, the [[GCLoader]].
  
 
[[Category:Modchip Types]]
 
[[Category:Modchip Types]]

Latest revision as of 02:10, 29 June 2020

Overview

Drive replacement modchips, also known as Optical Drive Emulators (or just "ODE") did not come around until the Wii era.

The original inception of such a device was the CrazyNation HDD DD replacement for the GameCube however nothing was produced publicly until the Wii Drive replacement modchips came about. First was the FlatMii, followed by the SunDriver, followed by the WODE and then the Wiikey Fusion.

The GameCube eventually gained its own ODE, the GCLoader.