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    V5 Wii Clip with Wasabi

    i dont know if the wii-clip website could be any more confusing.
    with a D2c chip and the wii-clip with wasabi presoldered in place i think all i have to do is solder the F points shown in the pix at wii-clip site?

    why its confusing is this little tidbit at the beginning of the instructions:

    Step #1
    If your WII is DMS/D2A chipset, need short the "DMS" jumper of V5 CLIP

    If your WII is D2B chipset, need short the "D2B" jumper of V5 CLIP

    If your WII is D2C chipset, don't need do anything.

    Step #2
    If your WII is USA version, need short the jumper "1" of WASABI chip

    If your WII is PAL version, need short the jumper "2" of WASABI chip

    If your WII is JAP version, don't need do anything

    then it shows a pic of the F points connected....

    so you dont have to do anything is D2C or you have to short jumper one or you have to wire the F points???

    Really.. wtf...

    can someone verify all i have to do is wire the F points....

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    if you want to play other region games then you have to solder extra points.

    if you buy a that wiiclip that doesnt have a d2c chipset then you need to solder an extra point to accomodate for that chipset change.

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    Quote Originally Posted by sturm View Post
    if you want to play other region games then you have to solder extra points.

    if you buy a that wiiclip that doesnt have a d2c chipset then you need to solder an extra point to accomodate for that chipset change.
    Hi have the same ?, so if I understand you correctly, since I have a DC2 and want to use a WASABI chip and clip, I don't have to solder the "F" point ("If your WII is D2C chipset, don't need do anything.") and since I dont care for non USA games Im good?

    Thanks

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    Ok, you got a NTSC d2c wii I assume. Bridge point 1 and solder the 1 wire from the clip onto the board. Close up and play.

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