This seems to have fixed my buddies issue...
This seems to be a common problem with the Solderless WiiKey2. So I
Originally Posted by askaban
rec'd a meesage from one of the techs over at ModSupplier and they had
this to say...
"Something we just found out was the G point can cause some issues even
though it's not soldered, can you try something for me with the chip you
have their please mate?"
"Cut the G track on the clip with a razor blade, I have attached a picture of
what you need to cut. Make sure to make a good cut, even cut it in two
places to be 100% sure it's no longer making connection. You won't be able
to see the track is cut, but it will be."
Here's the Image:
So, anyway, my buddies Wii was having the same problem, so I picked up
his Wii last night, I cut the G track, and every game has been working fine
Please keep in mind that if you tighten the drive screws too tight, this
can also cause drive read errors. So do not over tighten your screws.
I'll keep you guys posted after I let him test it out for a few days to
see if it is still working.