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    Default Looking to repurpose my WII revision 6

    Hello everyone,

    I have an old, black Revision 6 WII system that I no longer use, I was told that they are great for emulation. Can I use this unit as an emulator for older/different console systems and how would I go about doing so?

    Thank you,

    SteveG

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    Default Re: Looking to repurpose my WII revision 6

    Yes, I use my that way. Things to know.

    1) Softmod Any Wii (Version 1.0 - 4.3) https://www.instructables.com/id/Sof...Version-10-43/.

    2) for 4.3 and older https://www.instructables.com/id/How...r-Wii-43-UEKJ/

    3) load up a bunch of roms and get the emulators. I can not mention how to get roms but here is a link to the emulators how to https://www.google.com/url?sa=t&rct=...vCNINRoML701RV

    4) And as you may know, the wii classic controller sucks! Just use the USB ports and the Bliss-Box adapter. If that is too much your left with trying various adapters to get them working or use the classic controller on the wii-mote.
    Last edited by ulaoulao; May 13th, 2019 at 18:31.
    Original, the only way to play.

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    Default Re: Looking to repurpose my WII revision 6

    Thank you so much for the information ulaoulao ... will this work 100% with Revision 6? All I want to do is play all the marios that I can get on this thing!

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    To the best of my knowledge no Wii has troubles with softmods.
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