D2E compliant D2pro + D2E Wii, Inching problem.

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  1. Richy Freeway
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    As per the topic, I have a D2E D2Pro and a D2E Wii, I've installed the chip with a Wiiclip V4C 9 Wire.

    Backups work, but I'm suffering with the inching problem. Also the slot LED flashes and pulses in weird patterns.

    Any ideas?

    Edit : It's also now powering up then shutting down after 5 seconds and it won't let me eject the disc.

    I understand firmware 1.6 fixes some of these problems but it specifically says not to use it on a D2E chipset.
     
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    A friend of mine recently did a wire install on a D2C (Probably D2C2) wii with a D2pro and had inching issues...

    Werdly, running the clock wire over the oscillator, and taping it down fixed it up... may be worth a shot.

    There's a thread on this 'fix' over on wiinewz -> http://wiinewz.com/forums/d2pro/70589-ejec...n-give-try.html
     
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    Yeah I read that yesterday. I'm kinda loathed to start soldering stuff in as the whole point of getting the clip was to save me having to bother.

    I've not found anyone else having this problem on the same combination of parts as me. I believe the inching issue is common on the D2E-D2Pro with a D2C chipset.
     
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    Well you may be able to desolder the clk point on the clip, and run it over the oscillator and then back to the clip...

    Maybe unbridge the CLK jumper, run a wire from one side of the jumper over the oscillator and back to the other side of it... worth a shot.
     

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