D2E - Red Light - Drive just makes noise

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Sep 10, 2008
  1. djcraze
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    Hello everyone, my friend just bought the D2Pro for his D2E chip with the WiiClip.. He installed it, but he just gets a red light on the D2E and the drive just makes a clicking noise with a disk out... When he puts a disk in, the disk starts to inch while the ModChip is still lit with a Red LED. When the disk is finally in, it never gets read by the Wii.

    Any ideas? Faulty ModChip? New firmware for this perhaps?


    Thanks,
    DJ
     
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    Its the classic inching problem. The new update solves the problem.
     
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    Newcomer djcraze Advanced Member

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    Is D2Prog needed to do this update?


    Just read it does. Thanks for the help [​IMG].


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    Hmm actually what I read says only up to D2C2.. sooo What?
     
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    Does D2Pro have support for D2E yet?
     
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    If he has the D2E chipset, I can guarantee you the inching problem will be solved if he removes the CLK jumper and solders the J wire manually as shown here: http://www.wii-clip.com/V4B_for_D2pro-9.htm
     
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    That's exactly what I wanted to know! Thanks for answering my question before I asked and for the speedy delivery & service.
     
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    Ok, thanks! I'll pass the information off.
     
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    Problem solved. Working perfectly now.
     

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