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    How to remove the wii nand from the motherboard????

    Hello everyone.
    I need somehelp with removing the wii nand.
    I should flash the nand.....
    Can someone TELL me how to remove the nand from the motherboard.

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    With the Proper Tools.... You should look at the Flashing guide in this section.... to begin... and the bare minimum

    1. Liquid Flux
    2. HOT AIR REWORK STATION
    3. SKILL (LOL)

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    Quote Originally Posted by emuhack
    With the Proper Tools.... You should look at the Flashing guide in this section.... to begin... and the bare minimum

    1. Liquid Flux
    2. HOT AIR REWORK STATION
    3. SKILL (LOL)
    Can i use a hairdryer or a hot air gun instead for a HOT AIR REWORK STATION?

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    Quote Originally Posted by Phreeze View Post
    Can i use a hairdryer or a hot air gun instead for a HOT AIR REWORK STATION?
    LOL, umm, NO!!!


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    yeah i have to agree.... you can send it to a programmer (like me) and i can repair it for you

    whats wrong with it!!!


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    fail...... its not going to provide precision heat, like you need.. you dont want to heat EVERYTHING..... why do you think there are so many xbox 360 "reflow" failures?....

    When I was doing rrod repair I found that out the hard way.. if you cant afford a rework station go to your local hardware store (fredmeyers in my case) and find a little hand held butane torch with the air nozzle attachment.. I bought mine for $32.99.. Dont take the torch to it without the hot air attachment...........

    edit.. also.. re-soldering it isnt going to be an easy task either... I would send it to a programmer like above.

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    No. I MUST do it itself.
    Because I have spent a lot of money on the infectus modchip and the TSOP48 adapter....

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    Well, you are going to need to spend some more money on the correct tools.

    Hot air rework station + GOOD soldering iron.

    The fact you do not know how to remove the chip doesnt leave me with much confidence that you will be able to successfully replace the chip.

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    how long time should i blow the legs of the nand before i can take it off?

    I have tried to blow it in 3 min but it wont off!

    edit: i used a hot air rework station, and yes i have bought one
    Last edited by Phreeze; 04-17-2011 at 01:16 PM.

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    With the proper tools you can remove / reflow the solder in about 2-4min.... but with you homebrew toold idk..... you will prolly break it



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