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Thread: Wasabi V3 (Wii clip V5B) and D2E: current status

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    Same here - D2E with Wasabi V3 + V5B clip. Wasabi came pre-soldered from modchipcentral.

    At first when I installed the drive wouldn't spin up at all. I adjusted some of the pins on the clip - now the drive spins up but backups dont play (only originals). Light on chip flashed red when powered on - then goes green.

    Any ideas?

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    I have one from console24 also pre-soldered.
    Firmware is 3.4... Could this be the problem?
    Last edited by dview; 11-26-2008 at 09:44 AM.

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    Thumbs up I fixed the Problem by myself, yeeah



    I fixed my problem, but first here is my confuguration.

    Wii PAL Europe FW 3.3E
    MOD-Chip Wasabi V3 on Wii-Clip V5b

    At beginning i was very confused what configuration is the rigt one for me.
    Must i conect F-F or F-Q or not, Clk solded or wired with 12 inch wire or leave unconnect.

    Here is my resolution, Soldering all contact from Wasabi with wii-Clip, connect a wire from F to Q on wii-clip V5b (V5 for Wasabi must connect dircly to board point f). And that it is.

    My Problem were a Pin in the clip have to connect to Point A.

    How i figure out that?
    I measured the reconditions with a circuit analyzer on the points Wasabi to Driveboard, wii-clip attached.
    A-A, B-B, 3,3V-3,3V , Ground-Ground, F-F, Clk-Clk,

    Point G,H,I could not be measure because wii-clip is attached.

    Everything was ok but not the measure of point A-A. So it was easy to me to connect a soldering a wire from board point A to Wii-Clip Point A.

    Voila, the Wii runs exellent with Backup and Original disks.

    I forgott to say i had measured the Clip-Contact for point A with the Contact on Clip surface. I think it is somewhere broken.

    Hope it helps.
    Last edited by muemmiline; 11-26-2008 at 11:18 AM.

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    also - my wii-clip does not 'fit' very well onto the chip. it just sorta sits there... any kinda bump and it comes right off... anyone else have a 'loose' clip?

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    Quote Originally Posted by ralphkaz View Post
    also - my wii-clip does not 'fit' very well onto the chip. it just sorta sits there... any kinda bump and it comes right off... anyone else have a 'loose' clip?
    How often you have put the clip on off the chip?

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    Quote Originally Posted by muemmiline View Post


    I fixed my problem, but first here is my confuguration.

    Wii PAL Europe FW 3.3E
    MOD-Chip Wasabi V3 on Wii-Clip V5b

    Here is my resolution, Soldering all contact from Wasabi with wii-Clip, connect a wire from F to Q on wii-clip V5b (V5 for Wasabi must connect dircly to board point f). And that it is.
    So with V5b i do not connect a wire from wii clip F to point F on the motherboard?

    But where is Q? F is on the wii clip and Q? I did not find Q?

    Should i connect the wire from F on the wii clip to Q?

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    I found the Q Pin.

    Thats the solution!
    I can play backup games :-)

    Here is a screenshot of the Q Pin:
    http://www.gmodz.ca/images/online/14.JPG

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    Quote Originally Posted by dview View Post
    I found the Q Pin.

    Thats the solution!
    I can play backup games :-)

    Here is a screenshot of the Q Pin:
    http://www.gmodz.ca/images/online/14.JPG
    my chip came pre-soldered with Q-F already connected (with a wire). It still didn't work!

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    Quote Originally Posted by muemmiline View Post
    How often you have put the clip on off the chip?
    It became loose after the 1st time I took it off (when it didn't work and I pulled it off to check the pins)

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    Quote Originally Posted by ralphkaz View Post
    It became loose after the 1st time I took it off (when it didn't work and I pulled it off to check the pins)
    You can carefully try to push the contact lightly forward with a needle or something. (Very careful).
    Have you measure the contacts on wasabi chip and board by attached clip? Do it.

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