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    Newbie Wasabi + Clip

    Hey Guys,
    I just recieved my Wasabi pre soldered onto the clip from GMODZ.
    thanks for speedy shipping!!!

    I have the D2E drive

    The wasabi I recieved already had a wire soldered to a couple points...not sure what that is for.
    Being new to all this, I did take the wii apart, snapped the chip on and put the wii back together.
    I didnt realize that I should have looked at the LED's on the chip, so I will take it apart and look.

    question...is there anything else I need to do? There was a loose wire included in the package, am I supposed to solder anything?

    Is there anything during boot up or on the wii menu that I can check the chip to see if it is working?
    I tried a burned game, but it didnt work...although, I have to check my media and my burning methods.

    I wanted to verify first that there was no other steps for the install of the chip.
    Thanks
    Rod

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    Which point the wire is connected to?
    Thanks everyone for the great support.
    Hope to hear from you soon, cause i'm getting ready to retire from the modding scene.
    Gonna start a new profession.

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    The presoldered wire is to make the wasabi 100% solderless. You don't have to do anything extra other than insert a copied game and play. The chip/clip is seated properly when you set the green light flash and the drive power cycles. Everything else stays exactly the same. Enjoy!

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