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Thread: D2Pro9 V3 w/ Wiiclip

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    Quote Originally Posted by bigmahlman View Post
    so, i orderd a d2prov3 with wii clip for my d2e wii. I shouldent have to solder the jpoints at all, it SHOULD just work correct.
    Please post back and let me know. Also, what's your serial number?
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    Still havent got the modchip in the mail yet.

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    you should have taken the wasabi v3 chip instead. Better performance and waaaaay more stable
    Thanks everyone for the great support.
    Hope to hear from you soon, cause i'm getting ready to retire from the modding scene.
    Gonna start a new profession.

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    yea, coulda woulda shooda.

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    any news on the chip?
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    ohh yea

    the thing works great!
    i followed the tutorial on canada mods and it took me 20 min to get it installed and my wii back together.

    haven't had any trouble with games yet, (other then some shity media)

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    sweet! I just need to check my board to make sure I don't have any poxy on the board, then I'll be ready to order. Did you have to solder a wire?
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    no soldering needed at all

    and i dont think its posible to set this thing wrong.

    you will feel the clip line up just right, clip it down and its on. once the drive of the will goes back down is will hold the clip into placeinto place. so i dont think it will fall off.



    happy modding

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    Congrats on installing your chip properly. I'm actually expecting the same chip (D2Pro9) with the latest firmware of course and I believe I may have the same model Wii because I purchased it recently and got the same results for those websites as you.

    Can you just elaborate a little on when you knew the clip was installed. I understand this is the most important part and I see reports of people messing it up because they are not careful. I saw the Canadamods video but its a bit ambiguous on how much to push down. Can't push down too little because inching may occur. Too much and you may damage something. Is there an actual 'clicking' sound? Or is it to the point where you can't push down much further? Is the Wii board suppose to bend downward during this process or does that mean you are doing it too hard?

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    there is no click sound when you put on the clip....just push down evenly and you will see the clip almost touch the pcb board


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