1. Game333

    OP Game333 Advanced Member
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    Erm, so...
    I bought a wiikey from weeks ago.
    And the problem for installing it it's soildering ==
    Forget about that, I might handle it, in a messy way =.=
    So the question is :
    Will wiikey easily spoil when soildering?
     
  2. layzieyez

    layzieyez GBAtemp Fan
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    Nah, just check the expiation date. Seriously though, if you are not handy with a soldering iron, let someone else do it. I messed up a PS2 because I couldn't solder on the IC legs without bridging them. Soldering is easy for some. Others, not so much.
     
  3. Slowking

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    No but you could burn some holes in your Wiis drive-PCB....
     
  4. jam3972

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    story form my botched wii-key install:

    was trying the direct solder to wii board method,

    I had some giant globs of solder that managed to bridge some connections, my shitty battery-powered iron couldn't melt it all the way so i had to pry it off.

    managed to rip off elements from the wii PCB, drive wouldn't boot anymore.

    eventually got it all soldered back together and used a wii-clip instead (since the contacts for the chip were fubar)

    moral of the story: JUST USE A WII-CLIP
     
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