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    Angry d2pro 9 wire doesn't work

    Hello,

    I got my d2pro 9 wire yesterday and installed today, but it doesn't work after installation. The problems is: DVD drive like doing step movement, when the drive take in disc, it move inch by inch, and after the disc is in the position, it doesn't spin. Only the red LED on d2pro is light up, it never flash. and the green LED never light up.


    I tried to upgrade the d2pro to latest firmware, seems can't. Below is the screen output for my upgrade process, you can see after the 1st time success flash, the current firmware version still be 0.9b.

    Is my chip faulty? Any suggestion?


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    C:\Documents and Settings\xxx\Desktop>d2prog
    d2pro 9w updater v1.0

    Programmer firmware: v1.0
    Searching for chip: A3P125 detected.
    Current firmware: "d2pro (9 wires)" (v0.9b)

    Available firmwares:

    Product FPGA SPI
    ================== ==== ====
    1) "d2pro (9 wires)" v1.0 v1.0

    Using firmware "d2pro (9 wires)", v1.0.

    WARNING!
    If you have connected the programmer to anything else
    than a d2pro chip, it may be rendered useless.

    To start flashing, type 'yes': yes

    Erase FPGA [.]
    Flash FPGA [.........................]
    Verify FPGA [.........................]
    Erase SPI [.]
    Flash SPI [.........................]
    Verify SPI [.........................]

    Done! Spent 87.9 seconds.

    C:\Documents and Settings\xxx\Desktop>d2prog
    d2pro 9w updater v1.0

    Programmer firmware: v1.0
    Searching for chip: A3P125 detected.
    Current firmware: "d2pro (9 wires)" (v0.9b)

    Available firmwares:

    Product FPGA SPI
    ================== ==== ====
    1) "d2pro (9 wires)" v1.0 v1.0

    Using firmware "d2pro (9 wires)", v1.0.

    WARNING!
    If you have connected the programmer to anything else
    than a d2pro chip, it may be rendered useless.

    To start flashing, type 'yes': no
    Process aborted!

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    what is the 1st 5 digits of you serial after LU?

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    what does it say on the top of your wii drive controller chip on the wii drive board?

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    Angry

    My wii with serial No: LU5242xxxx, and on the d2c chip there are text, so it's not the latest un-modable wii sets.

    After install the d2pro, the red led will always light up, and it never flash or off, and the green led never light up.
    If power up the set, motors on dvd drive will keep moving with some interval, seems it tried to take in disc. If i tried to insert the disc, dvd drive will take in disc inch by inch, and when the disc is completely in position, it won't spin, and the the eject button doesn't work.

    btw, the disc i insert is original WII sports.

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    Quote Originally Posted by sglancer View Post
    My wii with serial No: LU5242xxxx, and on the d2c chip there are text, so it's not the latest un-modable wii sets.
    solder or solderless D2Pro?

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    Good news.
    Just as suggested, today I re-do all the soldering, and finally it works.
    Very very excited.

    Thank you guys!

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    so, just the soldering problem...glad you had it work. congrat./

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