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.
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There are also similar workarounds for software modifications.
Note that all D3-compatible chips are "plug and play", limited to a 3x disc read speed, and most have issues with streaming Game Cube audio.
Such chips are advertised as "plug and play" and include the Flat Mod, Flat Mii, Wasabi DX, Wii Key Fusion, Drive Key, and the WODE Jukebox.
There have been reports of bricking (rendering the unit inoperable due to an incompatible firmware update) of a small number of Wii consoles after the installation of an update to System Menu 3.0, Due to hardware revisions, older drivechips may not work on newer Wii systems.
As a result, they are often referred to as drivechips.
Most modchips are capable of circumventing region coding and copy protection, which allows users to play games created in different regions, load burned discs, and use third-party homebrew software.
With the release of Neogamma by Wii Power (a modification of Backup Launcher), it has now become obsolete.
The drivechip can be soldered onto a clip that replaces the wires that connect the disc drive to the drivechip, and connects onto the drive itself.
On 25 October 2008, a Backup Launcher 0.3 beta was released by Wii Gator which makes it possible for DVD-R disks burned from backup ISO files to be played on a soft-modded Wii.