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    G2C-D2B cut pins...solid red on wiiclip

    Hey guys I just got a d2pro9 v2 for my G2C D2B w/ cut legs w/ wiiclip from GMODZ...the problem is when I put the chip in I and turn it on I get a solid red light and the wii does not recognize the drive...turn it off pop off the clip and the drive is noticed again. Ive read about first shorting the jumper CLK and on my clip CLK has a bead of solder on it does that mean that is not shorted or shorted? also if it shorting that does not work soldering from point J to point J and trying again...also to make sure that I dont have CLK bridged and point j to j at the same time I just want to make sure that shorted means to have the solder on point CLK so I dont mess anything up....please help!

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    basically what im asking is...in this picture is the CLK shorted or not? because on mine there is a blob of solder over top of it..ALSO my clip has everything soldered the same as in this picture but I read somewhere that C, D, E, and F should not be for the D2B w/cut pins? The only difference between this and my chip is CLK is soldered on mine...
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    remove the solder from C, D, E, and F first and try.

    that blob means that CLK is shorted.

    If it still doesn't work with C, D, E, and F removed then remove the solder from CLK and go from point J on the d2pro to point J in the install diagram (can be found on wii-clip.com)

    edit: I don't see a picture, it may just be my computer/internet, I have a bad connection right now but I saw an image begin to load then disappear.
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    My understanding is that with a D2Pro9 on a D2B the CLK should not be shorted. So it may easier to try that first.

    Also check out the following thread -> http://www.wiihacks.com/d2pro9/4853-...-cut-pins.html

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    Either CLK has to be shorted or a wire for point J has to be soldered on any install with the v4c
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    just take of the clip and do a 5 wire install it very easy.....

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    Please send it chip back and we will prep it for your d2b board. Sorry for the inconvenience.

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    Had the same problem like you. What had happened was that i had clipped my wii-clip the wrong way, thus causing the light to stay red. Try aligning the clip right and make sure the chip is firmly in place. I just kept turning it on, and and pressing the clip to see if it would blink red to blue, and got it working. Not sure if that was safe, but you could try it that way. Saying hello btw since this is my first post.

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    well I removed the CLK jumper and wired J to J when I turn the wii on I get red light then blue light really fast then no light. No drive spin up and no drive recognition. Should I removed C, D, E, and F now on the clip?

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