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Thread: Wiikey 2 Solderless issue

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    Remember, I do have the Solderless Wiikey2 in there. Also I put the tape on the back on the clip that came with it but I can always try to put the double stick tape or electrical tape on the back side.
    It does light up when connceted when I opened my Wii again & powered it up so I dont think the wiikey is broke.

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    I know i have solderless too.When you power the wii on,the red and blue light flashes about 3 times and then they are off.If the red light remains on there is a problem.If they are off when you insert a Dvd game they flash once in order to decode and then off again.Does the wiikey do that thing?

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    Yes the red & blue lights flash. Let me go open it up in a few, Ill check back in about 2 hours with an update.

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    Check if the red light remains on and if not,after you insert a Dvd if the lights flash once and then off

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    Us This seems to have fixed my buddies issue...

    Quote Originally Posted by askaban View Post
    Hi guys, this is my first post.

    I bought and installed my new solderless wiikey 2 a couples of weeks back. The thing is that sometimes when I'm playing the screen goes black and says "system can not read disk, refer to owners manual" or something like that. I just eject the disk and put it back to continue playing. What can be the problem?

    tnx in advance
    This seems to be a common problem with the Solderless WiiKey2. So I
    rec'd a meesage from one of the techs over at ModSupplier and they had
    this to say...

    "Something we just found out was the G point can cause some issues even
    though it's not soldered, can you try something for me with the chip you
    have their please mate?"

    "Cut the G track on the clip with a razor blade, I have attached a picture of
    what you need to cut. Make sure to make a good cut, even cut it in two
    places to be 100% sure it's no longer making connection. You won't be able
    to see the track is cut, but it will be."

    Here's the Image:




    So, anyway, my buddies Wii was having the same problem, so I picked up
    his Wii last night, I cut the G track, and every game has been working fine
    now!

    Please keep in mind that if you tighten the drive screws too tight, this
    can also cause drive read errors. So do not over tighten your screws.

    I'll keep you guys posted after I let him test it out for a few days to
    see if it is still working.

    -Subbywrx

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    Angry

    Quote Originally Posted by subbywrx View Post
    I'll keep you guys posted after I let him test it out for a few days to
    see if it is still working.
    So I get everything working, put back together, no back up games
    work. I take it apart...the games work. I put it back together, no
    games work.

    Is it me, or does alot of people have this problem? I installed the
    d2pro on my Wii without any problems at all in December. I've been
    playing every game I've "backed up" since.

    Seems like the older versions of the Wii have a problem with the WiiKey2??
    Maybe there's a bad batch of the WiiKey2 going around? Anyone have
    any ideas?

    I'm tempted to have the guy buy the drive with the wiikey already
    installed but hell, if it's the Wii that has the problem, I don't wanna
    make the guy spend the $134 for it.

    Any help would greatly be appreciated!

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    Quote Originally Posted by subbywrx View Post
    So I get everything working, put back together, no back up games
    work. I take it apart...the games work. I put it back together, no
    games work.
    Seems like this Wii is very touchy. I took it back apart, loosened up
    some screws that may have been too tight and now 90-95% of the
    games are working. Some times I have to eject the disk and reinsert
    it. Maybe, just maybe, because of the age of this Wii, it could be a
    dirty laser?? I'll have to get a disc/laser cleaner and give that a
    whirl to see if I can get every game to work 100% of the time.

    My buddy will def be happier now that he can play mostly all of his
    games.

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    bro all it is you got a game thats not compatible with it...i have alot of games that work but sometimes when i get a game it says that but i get a diff DL and it works...member theres softmod DL and usb DL so you just gotta get the right one

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