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It looks identical to a D3 chipset apart from the board serial number (generally serial numbers starting E or below are D3, F or above are D3-2) but the DVD mode has been removed from the drive, frustrating attempts to load any discs not sanctioned by Nintendo.An alternative is to replace the D3-2 chipset with an older revision, or getting a D3-2 compatible drivechip which must load via USB or SD. Originally referred to as the D3-mini it uses a smaller PCB, about half the size of its predecessors.In May 2008, Nintendo released a new batch of Wii systems with drive chipsets (D2C2) that look identical to D2C drives but require updated chips for support.
The newer fourth generation of drivechips do not require soldering; they sit between the connection to the Wii and the disc drive.The backup needs to be patched or modified first in order to work with certain drivechips.This modification was released the day after the game was released.Its release was met with scepticism in the modding community, as it was felt that the particular method it used was readily fixable by Nintendo and commercial use would result in a useless product and the loss of an important vulnerability in the Wii.Indeed as of version 3.3 Nintendo has patched the flaw and blocked the use of freeloader.
When Nintendo released the D2C drive chipset, it broke compatibility with every (at that time) Wii drivechip.