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Thread: D2pro 9 wire install Blue light stays on, dvd drive doesnt move

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    Quote Originally Posted by §piktsĩ View Post
    Nice tips seņor how nice of you.. i like that..
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    thanks guys for the compliments, always here to help everyone.
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    One last thing

    I resoldered the joints (on the ic legs, the other things were well soldered) to the point that i could give a small tug and they wouldnt come off

    Though, theres not much solder surronding the wires; they stay on very well

    i think this is good contact right? (and yes the modchip still works :P )

    i seriously dont think i can do better than this without bridgeing the connections

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    Quote Originally Posted by kose View Post
    One last thing

    I resoldered the joints (on the ic legs, the other things were well soldered) to the point that i could give a small tug and they wouldnt come off

    Though, theres not much solder surronding the wires; they stay on very well

    i think this is good contact right? (and yes the modchip still works :P )

    i seriously dont think i can do better than this without bridgeing the connections
    ok....one thing though I forget to add in the tips I gave..... NEVER I repeat NEVER TUG AT YOUR YOUR CONNECTIONS that tends to make the connections weak again.
    This is just a small advice.
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