try making all the wires shorter. Also double up the wire for the 3.3v and GnD.
Place the chip right inside that hole in the center of the board. that should allow for you to make the wires a lot shorter.
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well as much as I didnt think this would make a difference at all. Im pleased to say I was wrong. Damn thing is working like a champ. I wonder what really did it, is this chip just power hungry or what. Thanks for the input. I odviously needed it.
no problem. a lot of the chips need short wires when installing them. I know the wasabi chip even give a length requirement on its ground and power wires.
so I wonder whats up with this wii clip not working either, I wonder if i ran power wires if it would..... might give that a go on another one .
I have never been a fan of any type of clip. They always fall off after a while. If you want a solid install then solder it. i used the clips for the first version xbox's and had so many problems. I would say stick to soldering its the best way to go.
You got that right
I try telling people...
Dont waste your money on the WiiClip..
but no.. they think im just trying to make money...
it's funny when they contact me though..
asking me to install it due to the fact it fell off...
or it's not working properly anymore...
I am with spiktsu,
Wii-Clips, of any brand, SUCK!!
Good to meet you SolderMaster
yeah bro.. they only understand about the Wii-Clip
after they spend money on it.. and specially after
it doesnt work for them...