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Thread: Wasabi with Wii-clip v5; drive won't spin

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    Quote Originally Posted by §piktsµ View Post
    you can see more details here
    but here is the picture.. it's the middle leg of the reset switch

    Could you please attach the picture of the reset switch again? It's no longer attached to this post.

    I am trying to install a Wasabi with Wii-Clip and am having the same problem as everyone else here.

    I have already soldered all points to the Wii-Clip. Do I have to remove the solder from K on the clip to connect it to the reset switch?
    Last edited by AnotherNeko; 07-27-2008 at 09:04 PM. Reason: punctuation

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    Thumbs up Huge Thanks for your help GMODZ

    Quote Originally Posted by GMODZ View Post
    yes all d2c and d2c2 boards require the F wire
    Hi Readers,
    I would like to recommend the people from GMODZ (Welcome to Gmodz.ca). I bought my modchip from another supplier located in the UK and I have been asking for help but without any reply. Today I can across GMODZ’s MSN address and added them. Within 25 min’s the person on MSN had helped me solve all my problems with my Wasabi V3 wii-clip. I am extremely great full to GMODZ and will in future buy my friends mod chips from them. They helped me solve someone else’s problem which I could not solve from reading all the forums . The problem was in fact that the supplier of my wii modchip had made some assumptions about my wii and had configured it for another version. They provided no documentation and no help. Thanks to GMODZ (Welcome to Gmodz.ca) I’m working fine and am now a loyal customer of theirs alone.
    Regards MurphyMt

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