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    Us D2Pro problem reading discs

    Ok, so i had a buddy of mine soldered up my D2pro the other day, just got it all back together, everything boots up just fine but the second i throw a disc in whether its burned or original, it just sits there and does nothing, sometimes it throw me the nice black error screen. Is it more than likely just a shitty connection somewhere?? I thank you in advance

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    Does the disc spin in the DVD drive when you put it in there, weather it be a back-up or real game...? The DVD Drives in the wii's are really picky as to how they sit inside the wii. If your disc is not spinning inside I suggest that is the problem. Tighten the screws down hand tight snug but not super tight. Then give a very lil turn to loosen it up for bounecy. Try it out before you put the wii all back together...

    I have had the same problem on a couple wii's I modded...Let me know if that helps you out....

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    no the disc doesn't spin in the drive, i'll try that out before taking everything apart again. thanks i appreciate it

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    Yeah try that out if it's not spinning.....You will have to take apart the wii still to get to the dvd drive....Just take it apart plug it in, make sure the legs of the dvd drive are sitting flat into those lil rubber pads down below where the dvd drive screws go in. It must be sitting flat and level into those rubber pads. Then like I said put in the screws hand snug, then a slight turn to loosen(just a lil to relieve pressure). You can then power up and test before putting back together. Just press the eject buttons and power buttens with a lil screwdriver or something.When you get it to work just put it back together. Let me know how you make out....

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    Quote Originally Posted by Ninety5TSi View Post
    Ok, so i had a buddy of mine soldered up my D2pro the other day, just got it all back together, everything boots up just fine but the second i throw a disc in whether its burned or original, it just sits there and does nothing, sometimes it throw me the nice black error screen. Is it more than likely just a shitty connection somewhere?? I thank you in advance
    I can''t see it being a problem of the dvd drive not lying flat..or on too tight...etc.

    If the disc does not spin at all....
    it is most likely as you said "a shitty connection somewhere" or a wrong wire connection.

    if it does a click clickity click....when you put the disc in and does not spin..... try shorting the 4X diode by the ground pad.

    I have had drives detached and working while testing out points...at times the drive were lying upside down...no problems to play them.....
    Last edited by ModderMan; 04-05-2008 at 08:37 PM. Reason: thumb typing

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    Sorry for bumping a reasonably old topic but I'm having the same issue as the one mentioned by the topic author and am curious to know whether a solution was found or not?

    Be great if someone could shed some light on this.
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    Quote Originally Posted by MrBrightside View Post
    Sorry for bumping a reasonably old topic but I'm having the same issue as the one mentioned by the topic author and am curious to know whether a solution was found or not?

    Be great if someone could shed some light on this.
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    Hi there....

    give us your details....

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

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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
    Hi there
    I had the same problem as above. I just installed a D2pro9 V1.1 to my new Wii Chip which first line is GC2-D2C and second line is 812P4004. I follow the instruction installed the modchip to my Wii, and had original Wii sport dvd in the dvd drive. When I turn it on it asked me to insert disc. and also the dvd drive is not spin. The D2pro9 V1.1 modchip red light is on.
    I would like to get some help for what I did wrong? connection? or need to update modchip to V1.1B? Thank you any thought will help me to solve the problem.

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    lol...I mean the wii serial### just 7 digits


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    My serial number is LU344xxxxxxx, Just like to know if can be mod with D2pro9 Modchip?

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