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    Cool Power Cycling After Install D2pro9 - help

    I have searched all over the forums and not seen this issue before.

    I have successfully installed a d2pro9 wiiclip on version D2C Wii, and am able to play backups without problem. Surprisingly I have not experienced the disc eject problem.

    About 1/10 times I turn off the Wii and it will turn back on after a couple seconds. If I turn it off again using remote or power button it continues to do the same thing. If I eject the disc and then shut it off the Wii stays off. Does anyone know what could be causing this? My thoughts are it has something to do with the connector for the front panel you have to remove during install.

    Thanks in advance.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Six View Post
    I have searched all over the forums and not seen this issue before.

    I have successfully installed a d2pro9 wiiclip on version D2C Wii, and am able to play backups without problem. Surprisingly I have not experienced the disc eject problem.

    About 1/10 times I turn off the Wii and it will turn back on after a couple seconds. If I turn it off again using remote or power button it continues to do the same thing. If I eject the disc and then shut it off the Wii stays off. Does anyone know what could be causing this? My thoughts are it has something to do with the connector for the front panel you have to remove during install.

    Thanks in advance.
    ok.....common problem and I want to ask you this question.......while installing the chip with this infamous wiiclip, did you make sure that this "clip" pushed down properly on the wii drive chipset? and also when you are assembling the wii together, did you carefully route the frontpanel wire so it will not pinch on anything?
    Please let me know if you did all that on your checklist before you encountered that prob with your wii before it was modified.

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    The chip was definitely pushed down properly, and I followed the instructions carefully.

    As for the front panel wire I was careful, and it's possible it was pinched. That was kinda my thought as mentioned in the orignal post. I have modded a number of consoles, and am pretty thorough. Thanks for the help although I detected I slight note of cynicism in your post

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    Quote Originally Posted by Six View Post
    The chip was definitely pushed down properly, and I followed the instructions carefully.
    Thanks for the help although I detected I slight note of cynicism in your post
    no problem.........but can you please point out what I said. (cause you said you detected a little cynicism) If you point it out to me I will be grateful and definitely explain or apologize at least.

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    After reading the post I read into it wrong. You were trying to be helpful. Thanks again!

    I checked the wire, and it seemed slightly out of position. We'll see if that takes care of it.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Six View Post
    After reading the post I read into it wrong. You were trying to be helpful. Thanks again!

    I checked the wire, and it seemed slightly out of position. We'll see if that takes care of it.
    hey no problem dude.......cause i'm here trying to help everyone out in whatever situation....and I try not to create any slip-ups or arguments, cause at the end of the day everyone needs everybody help, that is why I always try to let the person point out my mistake and I always correct myself so everything will run smoothly.

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    what version of the d2pro9 did you get ?
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    It looks like the D2pro9 (13 wire version) Spyman buddy
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    Quote Originally Posted by Dark Mod View Post
    It looks like the D2pro9 (13 wire version) Spyman buddy
    There isnt a 13 wire d2pro9... unless one downgrades to it for some reason.. Or if he has a 'd2pro'

    If it is a d2pro9 though, d2pro9 v3 would cause the issue he is having. Reflashing it would help.
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    i'm sorry...Is a little while I didn't use that chip or seen one in a little so i'm kinda forgetting (brain getting a little old lol) I mean't D2Pro.
    Thanks everyone for the great support.
    Hope to hear from you soon, cause i'm getting ready to retire from the modding scene.
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