Problmèe with my chip...

Discussion in 'Wii - Hacking' started by LaGzoR, Feb 18, 2007.

Feb 18, 2007

Problmèe with my chip... by LaGzoR at 3:20 PM (1,181 Views / 0 Likes) 6 replies

  1. LaGzoR
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    Newcomer LaGzoR Advanced Member

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    Hello,

    I have tried to install wiinja's modchip but when i have solder the wires, a "big" problem appear :

    Can you tell me if I can't continue to solder it or if my Wii is dead ?
    And, if my WII isn't dead, please tell me how do I can to solder it because i don't arrived to insert solder on it.


    Here, 2 pictures of my Wii :

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    [​IMG]

    Thanks [​IMG]
     
  2. FAST6191

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    Not the best image to try and diagnose faults from (double the res and get in a bit closer/use a scanner if you can please) but photoshop made it slightly better (unfortunately I do not have spy film grade software at my disposal).
    At first glance you appear to have just removed the original solder and perhaps scorched the board (that could well be flux though), try and add a drop more solder on there to replace it.
    If that does not work/is not easy chances are you have removed the trace, this is bad but not critical: I advise scaping some of the protective layer away and repairing the trace with some conductive ink.
    You can then start soldering to that or you can equally install the wire to the leg on the chip that it connects to (which will be much more difficult).

    If you have no conductive ink then you can solder the now unconnected component to the chip and stick the wiinja wire along that new wire.
     
  3. Ben_j

    Member Ben_j GBAtemp Advanced Fan

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    If you're near Paris, I could take a look at it if you want.
     
  4. lookout

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    It look baddly over heat, you need to desolder with a lower (solder 15w) remove any join...

    you need to find someone professional to do something like this:
    [​IMG]


    you also using the wrong wires....
     
  5. LaGzoR
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    Newcomer LaGzoR Advanced Member

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    I live in Aix, near Marseille !
    Thank you for your proposition !
    lookout, I have to look with a professional !
    I will search for a good people who can help me !
    Ben_j, who know somebody in Aix who can help me ?
    I want to put a glue conductor ! What do you think about that ?
     
  6. LaGzoR
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    Newcomer LaGzoR Advanced Member

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    Hello,
    I have take 2 other pictures of my Wii !
    I want to take resin core on it in order to resolve my problem.
    Look their pictures and advise me please :

    [​IMG]

    [​IMG]
     
  7. Azimuth

    Member Azimuth Chicken Teriyaki Boy!

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    the board doesnt look damaged, but it seems like you lifted all the solder of one pad. Just place your iron on it to heat it and quickly add solder(2-3 seconds max) then lift iron. Also you have to use smaller diameter wire.
     

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