For modchip users, Djhg2000 from our forums offers two ways to enable and customize Wi-Fi on Epsilon BIOS: The hard way and the easy way. Yeah, you're going to want the easy way first, wouldn't you?
The easy (well, easier) way is to use his Epsilon BIOS Wi-Fi editor, downloadable from the link below. Instructions are included in the package, but this will require the user - meaning you guys - to finalize the result with fixupdreg2.exe, which is NOT included in the package. And we're not including it, for the obvious reasons. That last step is up to you.
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