D2Pro9 + Wii-Clip Question

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    So, My brothers friend wants to put a mod chip in his Wii he got a couple months ago. Well first he needs a D2Pro9 chip with the Wi-Clip (he wants me to install it and I only work with Wii-Clips). So on the Wii-Clip website I was looking at the D2Pro9 page and it says stuff about short "J" and "CHK" and if that doesn't work than you need to solder stuff on.

    From what I remember isn't Wii-Clip's tagline: "The Completely Solderless Solution" (or something around those lines). I don't want my brothers friend to waste his money because I am not soldering shit.

    Here is the thing talking about it from the Wii-Clip site:

    http://wii-clip.com/images/V4C_D2Pro_9wires-8.jpg

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    Theres a picture of it (too big to post).
     
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    Double post sorry.
     
  3. tatumanu

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    well i really dont know what they are talking about but i did buy a pre soldered d2pro9+wii-clip, that means the chip is already soldered to the clip. So all i had to do was open the wii, put the clip on top of the black board where is suposed to go , applied some pressure and all went perfectly fine. but the presoldered d2pro9 comes with a wire for soldering but you only need to solder it to the wii if you want to boot games from other regions, i didnt solder it and i use a homebrew called gecko OS to boot games from other regions. Oh and it also comes with this flat cable that is for connecting your d2pro9 to some extrernal thingy that i know nothing about and dont care, suposely its for updating the firmware but for that i burn the update to a dvd.
    hope it helps
     
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    Ok, I just needed someone basically to confirm or explain to me what that ment.

    Thanks [​IMG]
     
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    With that being said...Does anyone know if wii clip and d2pro9 will work for this?

    "There is a 50% chance that your drive chip is a GC2-D2C

    There is a 50% chance that the pins on your drive chip are not cut."
     
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    I think so. I have heard that D2Pro9 will work with any type of chip.
     
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    source same as above
     
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    thank you buddy [​IMG]
    But it still seems a bit hard to understand this type of lingo...I mean d2e? What is that?
     
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    D2E is a much newer drive chip in wiis. Apparently only been showing up for a short while.
     
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    Also how do you update by DVD? All they have on their website is by the d2prog.
     
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    IIRC you can use the newest config disc to update.
     
  12. NeSchn
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    Ohh ok.