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Wiikey install question...

Discussion in 'Nintendo Wii / Wii U' started by Jeevus, Nov 21, 2007.

  1. Jeevus

    Jeevus Member

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    I recieved my Wiikey last week - original wiikey with Holigram. Not a clone. I've had it profesionally installed. It doesnt read any backups or Wiikkey setup disks. I've tried about 15 different setup disks burnt on several different media (including verbatim), at 2x on 4 different drives. I've had the wiikey solder install checked over with a multi meter and it reads fine.

    Looks to me the chip is bad???
    Any other suggestions?

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  2. Jeevus

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    I should clarify its an original Wii with the GC2-D2C board. The drive pins are not cut.

    Originals work, just no backups or setup disks.
     
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    weird.. never seen an install like that.. id take it apart and just use the wires... even adding more solder to the points will help..

    maybe 2 are touching?

    add more solder to the white and green wire.. looks like theres not enough on it.
     
    Last edited: Nov 22, 2007
  4. Sagadon

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    The WiiKey doesn't work with the D2C chipset.

    You'd need the D2CKey:
    http://www.d2ckey.com/

    If you mis-stated the chip, then I had problem with D2B and WiiKey where installing the chip in that location gave me a non-working WiiKey. I had to switch to a long-wire install.
     

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