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    Quote Originally Posted by billyhome View Post
    the tsop48 adaptor is wired (soldering) to the infectus-2 module,
    the infectus-2 is connected to computer via usb cable.
    What is a infectus 2 module?
    Can you describe it for me or give me a picture?

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    just google the word "Infectus2", u'll meet the angels

    haven't u read streamlinehd's top thread #1 ? ......detail and picture were included in Step-4 !!!!!!!!
    Last edited by billyhome; 03-05-2011 at 02:26 AM.

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    Does i need a Infectus 2 module or i can skipp it?

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    I'm sorry I didn't bother to read the tutorial to answer my questions which are in fact, in said tutorial.
    Last edited by nightstah; 03-05-2011 at 07:07 AM.

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    No offense but if you are asking these kind of silly questions then maybe this guide is to advanced for you........ The Infectus is the heart of this guide and is required. The TSOP adapter just makes the job easier.

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    The xavabox download link does not work.

    I also found that the 2 wiring diagrams are conflicting.

    The top diagram shows what appears to be a diagram of a TSOP circuit board. Numbers 1-24 going down the left side, and 48-25 going down the right side.

    The bottom diagram shows the infectus chip wired to a 56 pin nand. Starting from the left side, If I were to wire directly to the nand as per this diagram. The actual connections would be completely different than the TSOP Diagram.

    Ok

    So if I wire according to the TSOP diagram. Point (M) from the infectus chip would connect to point (8) on the left side of the TSOP board. Now in relation to the actual pins in the TSOP connector..This would be the 5th pin from the left on the top row.
    Is this the correct wiring schematic to follow?

    I ask this because the 2nd diagram (the infectus chip wired to the 58 pin nand) shows point (M) wired to pin 8 of the nand. (when counting from left to right)

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    The xavabox download link does not work
    Just tested all the links and they're working fine on my end.

    The top diagram shows what appears to be a diagram of a TSOP circuit board. Numbers 1-24 going down the left side, and 48-25 going down the right side.

    The bottom diagram shows the infectus chip wired to a 56 pin nand. Starting from the left side, If I were to wire directly to the nand as per this diagram. The actual connections would be completely different than the TSOP Diagram.
    Follow the top diagram for wiring. The diagram is not of a TSOP circuit board it comes directly from the Hynix HY27UF084G2M data sheets and the correct pins needed are highlighted.

    You need to connect all the highlighted pins on the nand to the matching points on the Infectus. If you're using a TSOP adapter, you will have to ring out the solder points to the pins and make sure your connections are correct. Use a continuity meter or multi-meter with continuity testing for this.
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    I did previously ring out all the pins on the TSOP pinout to the numbers along the sides if the circuit board. What I ended up with was having all the correct pins to the actual nand, but all the wires to the infectus chip wrong. That was the end result of using the second diagram.

    I also have the issue a previous poster had with nothing showing on the unfiltered device list of the libusb program.

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    4. Unplug the Infectus from your computer and plug it back in. Go back to Device Manager, locate USB API, right click on it and choose update driver software. Choose to brows your computer for the drivers and navigate to the location you extracted them to (e.g. C:\Xavbox_v1.0.0.7\Drivers).
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    After this step is performed. Libusb is shown on my device manager with "Infectus Device-Xabox programmer underneath it. Then I run the lilusb set up wizard and nothing comes up on the list of filtered devices, after the program is installed and launched.

    Don't have a clue. I do exactly what the guide says and it just does not work.
    Last edited by hayuk; 03-23-2011 at 11:44 AM.

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    If Libusb is shown in device manager with Infectus Device Xavbox under it then the filter is already installed.
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    Bricked wii, recovery with Olimex nand programer?

    Hello,

    Sorry to bump up all the topics but i want to know what direction i should take in recovering my bricked wii.

    I folow this tutorial step by step to softmod a 3.3E (updated to 4.1 with patched IOS60) and after installing Priiloader, went back to HBC, Power OFF and hold down Reset button to enter Priimenu but the wii console remains on black screen; so i never got in Priimenu..

    Bootmii is instaled as a IOS.

    Googled 5 minutes and i got to the conclusion that this is a full brick.
    I don't have a GC controler to try 4 button trick.

    Anyway, i have made the nand backup with bootmii.
    I read that to reprogram wii nand's you need Infectus.

    Well, at the moment i have Olimex-LPC2148 witch i used to jtag my xbxo360 my console, read/write ok the nand of xbox 360 console.
    Olimex seems more cheaper than infectus at that moment to read/write the xbox nand and has only 7 points to solder instead of 19 at Infectus.

    So, is there any tutorial around or workaround to write the wii nand with my Olimex nand programer?

    Or the only solution is to buy the Infectus?

    Hopefully mauifrog or someone with technical knowledge will step by here and give a clue about what is possible to recover...

    Thanks in advance!

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