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    Wiiclip + D2pro9 v3 on DMS

    Heya,
    So I followed the instruction guide from canadamods on youtube.
    Now when I plug my wiiclip in my DMS system, it only turns on the red light. No blue light at all. The drive also does not seem to take/eject any discs.
    When I have removed the wiiclip everything works fine.

    All the pins are fine none are damaged.

    Any idea's how to solve this ?

    I will add some pictures off the presoldered wiiclip I got.
    My system is DMS.

    This is my clip+modchip:

    http://img157.imageshack.us/my.php?image=1000792yl4.jpg

    http://img300.imageshack.us/my.php?image=1000789ik8.jpg

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    this wont work for a DMS in this configuration, you will need to cut the last 4 traces, C D E F then it should work fine or a DMS chipset.
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    What do you mean by cut the 4 traces ?
    Scratch the solder off C,D,E,F ?

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    Yes I believe that is what he means as the DMS only requires 5 wire install. Check out the following diagram and the note about NOT connecting the points denoted by the pink dots.

    http://www.d2pro.com/downloads/installD2pro5-9V1.4.pdf

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    yes you want to cut the traces, the d2pro9 is different in the way its designed, infact its very advanced in the way it detects chipsets. When all the points are attached it kicks it into a mode for d2c/d2c2/d2e chipsets, when only the 5 points are attached it kicks into a mode for d2a/d2b/dms chipsets. So if you do 9 points on a legacy drive it will react the way you described. Cut the traces with a blade/stanley knife or even scissors (be careful), and it will work.
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    Heya, right now I'm having another problem.
    I have cut the C,D,E,F traces.
    So when I connect the wiiclip into the wii.
    The red light starts again.
    I put just a little pressure on the wiiclip and then the blue light starts and indicates it is fine.

    I'm 100% sure the C,D,E,F traces aren't connecting.
    I even have putted pieces of paper between de C,D,E and F wire to confirm they are not making contact.

    After the blue light has flashed, It takes discs and ejects discs as usual.
    Last edited by Nimtor; 10-19-2008 at 07:17 AM.

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    Take 1: [ame=http://nl.youtube.com/watch?v=gwk2mxLLcQE]YouTube - D2pro9 errors Take 1[/ame]

    Take 2: [ame=http://nl.youtube.com/watch?v=Hnw2RBM7c8s]YouTube - D2pro9 errors Take 2[/ame]

    Take 3: [ame=http://nl.youtube.com/watch?v=SWuFonQxqEI]YouTube - D2pro9 errors Take 3[/ame]

    Photo: http://img55.imageshack.us/img55/4421/1000800ln4.jpg

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    Take off the Wii-Clip and reseat it again...make sure that the clip sits firmly on the chip and it should be flush with the board. Make sure you apply equal pressure around the entire clip. Your clip just needs to be adjusted and you should work fine...

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    Have you tried putting your finge ontop of the clip itself to see that if you get the same results? It looks like a connection issue as putting a little pressure seems to making the connection. Just check that none of the pins inside the clip are bent. if any of them are bent the use some thing like a stanley knife to straighten them out.

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    I made a new photo where you can see how itīs seated:



    Is this wrong ?

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