The firmware was tested here on D2C2 and D2E only and works great... but inside there is the support of D2C and DMS consoles... is apreciated a feedback on these two too...
We didn't lose too much time to test old consoles, the priority is to give something real full working for D2E and D2C2! After we get positive feedbacks from users here we will compile the version for A3P125.
Sorry for delay but we are FULL working on ARGON2 that soon will be here... this new modchip will introduce new features that no competitors has.. like 9 months ago ARGON SPI did with 13 wires...
BUT THIS TIME WE DECIDE TO DELAY RELEASE UNTIL QUALITY AND TESTING PROCESS INSIDE OUR COMPANY DON'T GIVE US 100% POSITIVE RESULTS! We don't want to do mistakes like the past for sure!
284w ago - The folks at Wasabi have confirmed that their method already works on the newly released "D2E" drives found in the latest Nintendo Wii consoles.
After dumping the firmware, they found the D2E firmware was created on 12th February 2008 while the Diagrams for Wasabi were released on 19th February - Wii and GC backups are also confirmed to be running.
To quote: Did you hear about the new D2E drive? We've only got a couple of reports of those drives seen in the wild so you don't need to worry about them yet, but they have been spotted at different places. They are the successors of D2C2 drives and the the curious may be wondering if this new drive is a reaction to Wasabi's 9-wire patching method.
There's one way to know for sure, that is dumping the firmware and look at the build date to see if it was created before or after Wasabi diagrams (below).
So D2E firmware was created on the 12th of February 2008. Wasabi diagrams were released on the 19th of February... Do we really need to say more?