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    Soryy, I mean D2pro9 V1.1. Thanks.

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    Quote Originally Posted by ModderMan View Post
    Hi there....

    give us your details....

    serial### just 7 digits
    chip.... fw version
    soldered or clip
    symptoms...etc

    Serial: LEH1866
    Chip: D2Pro9 wire (bought from here)
    Clip version, firmware 1.3
    Symptoms:
    Turn on Wii, sometimes fail to spin up and so game doesnt load. When this happens the drive usually locks up and wont let me insert or eject games. Basically as if it doesn't even realise the drive is there.

    When it works, it works perfect, turn it on, game spins, click play and there you go.

    After playing a game, if you turn it off with a game inside, you're bound to have problems because that won't spin up on next start up.

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    Smile Solution that worked for me

    I had the same problem. The console worked fine when open, booted backup discs like a dream. As soon as it was all assembled and back in its stand the discs failed to spin up or even eject while the wii was on. I found that loosening the screws on the drive very slightly (try 1/4 turn at a time) seemed to fix this problem and now all discs seem to work fine!

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    for you guys loosening the screws, I would check to make sure you've properly covered any exposed connections that may be touching the metal (when tightened too much) causing a ground/short.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Spyman View Post
    for you guys loosening the screws, I would check to make sure you've properly covered any exposed connections that may be touching the metal (when tightened too much) causing a ground/short.
    I had previously covered all connections, ensuring none could possibly short anywhere.

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    so i'm bumping a VERY old topic, but I have not touched my Wii since i posted until now. i would love to get it reading discs again. Does anyone happen to know anyone local to possibly take a look at it/fix it? I am also willing to ship it out to get it fixed...the friend of mine that soldered it moved away and i'm not confident enough to mess with it myself. any info would be greatly appreciated. thanks in advance.

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