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    Datel's Wii Drive Doctor solder points.

    I have purchased a Drive Doctor long over a year ago for my Wii, because it seemed intriguing and fun.


    I haven't installed it yet, because the contained sheet that indicates the solder points was not included. I actually did spend a long time trying to obtain this information, and Datel did not respond to my emails.

    Does anyone know the information for this?


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    24 hour bump.
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    Would somebody with the knowledge hear my plea?!

    It's five leads that I need to interface into the odd board. They are red, black, green blue and yellow. I've been searching for months and asking people and Datel and I still don't know.

    I want to be able to use this toy finally. It seems so fun and educational.

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    you may not be getting a response because we dont support cheating here.. why not contact codejunkies and request the diagram

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    Quote Originally Posted by Shift_Lock
    you may not be getting a response because we dont support cheating here.. why not contact codejunkies and request the diagram
    I did contact code junkies. I never recieved a response.

    I don't know why it matters if I'm going to use this.

    I'm mainly going to use it to hack games I've already cleared and not for cheating. If I wanted to.cheat I could just use Ocarina. I mainly want to do stuff like change up the games on the fly and do stuff like find isolated beta code within the games. I actually like that stuff as much as playing the game. I don't really think that goes against the 'play fair' policy, does it?

    The device isn't only marketed for cheating, and I don't engage in cheating. Why would I ruin a game that I've paid 50 dollars for by cheating, anyway?

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    Thanks for the picture, but I've seen it already.

    I might be able to work off it if it was a higher resolution, but I can't tell the precise pads. There's 40 in that area, but there are five leads. I don't really want to fry anything. If I knew what each lead was for and what each pin was fun, then I'd just be able to trace it to the points. But they didn't say what each wire was for.


    I think I'll go shoot another email at CodeJunkies.


    EDIT: If that picture was of a higher resolution, I would probably be able to use it with this part of the installation guide.

    The solder points are located very near to the brown socket that the ribbon cable
    (detached in Section 10) connects to. Make sure you match the exact solder points
    indicated in the diagram.



    Carefully solder the five wires to the solder points on the circuit board. The
    black and red power leads are soldered to two slightly larger pads on the
    board as shown in the diagram below:

    The yellow, green and blue signal carriers are soldered to slightly smaller pads on
    the board. The recommended order to solder the wires is:



    BLUE, GREEN, YELLOW, RED, BLACK

    Before continuing, look closely at the connections. Make sure that the wires are
    properly connected to the pads (no dry joints) and that none of the wires are
    interconnected.
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    Take a good look at this diagram. It is from a guy who figured out how to add a serial port to a wii.

    Points 5(blue) and 6 are ground and power respectively - you can also see in the pic Shift_Lock posted that the leads are black(ground) and red(power) which is standard.

    If you look closely at the yellow wire, there is a silver dot to the left, indicating yellow goes on point 3 in this diagram. The other two are directly to the right, and from everything I can tell it looks like the blue wire is over the green, therefore blue would be on 2, and green on 4.

    (Ok fine, yes Im a geek and zoomed and sharpened the image in photoshop. No guarantee's but this appears to be the case...lol)

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    Quote Originally Posted by cjizzle

    Take a good look at this diagram. It is from a guy who figured out how to add a serial port to a wii.

    Points 5(blue) and 6 are ground and power respectively - you can also see in the pic Shift_Lock posted that the leads are black(ground) and red(power) which is standard.

    If you look closely at the yellow wire, there is a silver dot to the left, indicating yellow goes on point 3 in this diagram. The other two are directly to the right, and from everything I can tell it looks like the blue wire is over the green, therefore blue would be on 2, and green on 4.

    (Ok fine, yes Im a geek and zoomed and sharpened the image in photoshop. No guarantee's but this appears to be the case...lol)

    That was quite an involved post. I really do appreciate the effort.

    But something is wrong. Windows XP detects it and loads the installed drivers. But the client says USB error. The same thing happens in 7x64, but it doesn't load the drivers sometimes.


    I haven't had them communicate yet except for the USB error indication in the status bar.

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