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    Red face D2Pro9 V3 w/ Wiiclip

    So I've been researching a lot and I can't see to find anything on the install of a D2pro9 v3 with a wiiclip on a D2E board. How different is it? What if I have the epoxy on my board? I'm going to open it up this weekend and make sure, but this is a just in case question. Do I have to solder the one cable that Gmodz talks about or is there more?
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    There is quite a lot of posts in the D2Pro9 section of the forums regarding installs in the D2E wiis.

    If you don't have the Epoxy then I believe now the D2Pro9v3 it a total solderless solution using the WiiClip, but if you have Epoxy then, unless you are brave and want to tackle it yourself, its going to require a professional to install the chip.

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    yes i wouldnt recommend doing the epoxy version urself. as for d2e we find the wasabi 2 have been more stable and they are 100% solderless.

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    Quote Originally Posted by jbloggs View Post
    There is quite a lot of posts in the D2Pro9 section of the forums regarding installs in the D2E wiis.

    If you don't have the Epoxy then I believe now the D2Pro9v3 it a total solderless solution using the WiiClip, but if you have Epoxy then, unless you are brave and want to tackle it yourself, its going to require a professional to install the chip.
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    yes i wouldnt recommend doing the epoxy version urself. as for d2e we find the wasabi 2 have been more stable and they are 100% solderless.
    That's why I am definitely going to open this up tonight to verify, because reading serial numbers, Lu358853167, I'm seeing other people with D2E serial numbers and they're nowhere near what mine is. I checked on Gmodz site and it's saying I have a D2E as well, but the nintendo-scene site is saying 50% chance of D2C.

    I guess the only way to know for sure is to open it up.
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    we have modded some lu359 and they were d2e but didnt have epoxy on them so im pretty sure ur doesnt have epoxy

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    I guess the only other question I have is how do you know you'll need to solder the one wire for the d2pro9 w/clip? If it doesn't work when you first install it and make sure its seated correctly?
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    well that depends...if u get a d2pro d2e version that also has 2.3 firmware on it then u shouldnt need to solder the J wire

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    We just got the latest v3 version with 2.3/1.6 firmware and its solid. It works on all drives without any issues from what we tested so far. It will replace the v2 d2pro9 now. Since it works on d2c/d2c2/d2e perfectly you shouldnt have to worry about what chipset you have.
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    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.

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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.
    Yep it will just work. You can also order our v3 for a d2c/d2c2 now and it will also just work.
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