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    presoldered d2pro9

    I have been seeing some places you need to solder 1 wire for the presoldered solution. Whats the deal? I want to buy for my d2c2 but I have no soldering experience.

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    Where did you see it?
    I dont know man..
    These solderless solutions
    sometimes can cause issues..
    Show me what u found & i'll take a look
    And tell you what I think..

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    Yeah.. I used one of these ones with a regular D2Ckey chip..
    All you have to do is clip it onto the D2C2 chip set..
    And u are set.. No, u dont need to solder point one..

    There isnt even a one on it... Where ever u buy from,
    make sure it comes pre-soldered, so all u would have to do is clip it

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    you did what i was talking about on that page right with the jumper too? but thanks i just bought from canada mods for 95. i already had a triwing (got it on ebay for 2 bucks with shipping!!)

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    Kool man! good luck! It should all work out!
    U dont need the jumper, cause it will detect the region of games automatically

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    hello §piktsµ so you do not need to put solder on the clk jumper or solder the J points from the chip to the dvd drive motherboard with the wire you get with the clip.i have just bought the d2pro v2 chip with the 4vc wii-clip.they tell you to do this on their web site.have you any suggestions on how to keep the clip in tighter because i sort of got it working but i have to press down on the top of the dvd drive to get the best connection to get it working so the clip is obvliously tempermental.the clip i have is very easy to put on and take off where it should be tight.if i took the wire of the 2 J points the dvd drive will still work with the chip.going back to matey problem with the slow drive taking in and out i get this with the connection not working right.so all i can say mate is that you have a loose connection somewhere on your soldering.good luck bonesy

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    You need to be sure the clip is fully seated, it takes a bit of pressure, but the gray part of the clip should seat right on top of the chip. When installed properly, you can damn near lift the whole drive just by the clip itself.

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    Yeah, I was checking their site.. as they show on this picture below



    Try Shorting the CLK, if that works great! If not then remove the jumper
    & connect the wire from J to the point specified.. I know what u mean
    by the clip not really staying in place as it should. That's why I dont trust
    them.. I rather solder the wires onto the ic legs.. but the wii clip I used was
    version 1 for D2Ckey "per customer request" I soldered all the points onto
    the Wii-Clip & then clipped on there.. "I did noticed it wasnt so good on
    the chip" & I warned him.. It could mess up.. but after placing that little
    paper that comes with it on top of it.. it was a bit better! It kept the clip tight.

    §piktsµ

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    So, the solderless solutions are not fully solderless?!?!?!?!?

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