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    Wasabi zero solder problems.

    Hello everyone. Despite the fact that this is my first post, i've been around for some weeks. I'm from Portugal, and i'm new to the wii, the thing is, ive bought a wii about a month or so, and this last week i got it modded with a wasabi zero, already made the upgrade to the 1.4 and i'm having some problems, sometimes after exiting a game to the wii menu, the dvd drive stops working and i need to restart the wii, or, i exit the game, eject the dvd and the next dvd won't be detected unless i restart the wii, this doesn't happen all the time but it happens around 40% of the time, i'm using Verbatins -R from Mitsubishi chemicals, any ideas what this might be? Thanks in advance.

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    i did notice this with mine, the only diffrence is mine i have to go to wii menu, to switch games... or reset. Now i do notice that it takes little longer to get the wii menu back up after exiting games

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    use thicker gauge wire for your power and ground points

    try different ground points mentioned in the forums...

    also can you the alternate clock point


    never had an issue of any kind with the wasabi zero

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    I'm having the exact same problem.

    I installed the solderless version and after I exit a game I can't eject the disc. And if I power on the Wii without a disc, the drive doesn't recognize any disc that I put afterward, I have to shutdown, put the new disc, shutdown and then power on again.

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    Quote Originally Posted by ModderMan View Post
    use thicker gauge wire for your power and ground points

    try different ground points mentioned in the forums...

    also can you the alternate clock point


    never had an issue of any kind with the wasabi zero
    Done, still the same, will this somehow endanger my wii lifetime? Aparently alot of people are having the same problem with wasabi zero.

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    I'm having same trouble with my zero ...soldered in. Have to reboot often to get it to take disc.

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