Gmodz, thanks for the pic! Just purchased my solderless D2Pro9 from you guys and can't wait to install it. So at this point (where the clip is almost touching the board), will I feel that I won't be able to go down further?
Also, up until that point, is there a lot of resistance or is it smooth? I ask because if theres a lot of resistance when there shouldn't be, I would know its not properly aligned and would stop and start over as oppose to continuing and damaging something.
Its hard to say how much to push down. U shouldn't see the pcb board flexing. People run into problems because they don't alighn the clip properly which bends the pins.
Originally Posted by jm2432
I got a D2PROCLIP D2Pro9 rev 3 + WiiClip V4C-3 presoldered from GMODZ INC., it didnt work with D2E chip, but it works fine on wii with D2C. I was experiencing disc eject issues and no spin up on D2E. When I ordered the D2PRO from GMODZ I specified wii with D2C, but should that matter I thought the chip works on the D2E as well? Do I need to do the one wire mod? Or as suggested by Dark Mod I should try the D2 SUN.
Well, I've seen others with the same model Wii that bought the D2Pro9 recently and it worked for them. I'm in your same shoes because I have that model and I got it from GModz. I heard of this problem where a particular chip may not work for a particular Wii. Its just strange to me.
Would another D2Pro9 solderless possibly work or would he have to try out another chip (e.g. Wasabi, D2Sun, etc.)? I'm asking those who had experience with this problem before. Unless the D2E problem could be solved by soldering the extra wire included...
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