thx, I found a pin that I could probably solder too, check it:
All the outputs read exactly correct when the wiipms is not wired to the Wii and only connected to batteries sir
I just do not understand what I’m doing wrong, like why are the WiiPMS outputs never staying the same?
When I disconnect the 1v wire, the 3,3v shows 2.9v and the 1.15v shows 1.15v
I feel like it’s not getting enough power to run all the regulators?...
With the solder pad gone on that spot, how would I be able to solder the composite wire on? Thanks!
[ATTACH]Here’s a picture
Well, just wired it up using 22 gauge wire and it still does the same thing... anymore advice guys? Thanks
Yeah I really really feel like it’s becauSe of the wire gauge
Just checked it against grounds, It measures 36.1 ohms
Once I get home today I’ll reply with the readings, and once I get the 22 gauge wire in Monday, I’ll hook those up to see if that was the problem,...
Very nice! Good job! :D
Trying to make a Wii portable
I would say just buy a Gc+ lol, I think they’re on sale right now for like 12$
Thank you sir!
Can you drill the ground points on the Wii motherboard in order to fit a bigger screw/ mount? Just slightly not remove entirely
thanks guys, I’ve got some 22 awg wire on the way I’m going to use instead, I’ll keep y’all updated
Ok Just checked the C9, it shows 18.85 mega ohms. What else do you think could be causing the problem? By the way, thank you and thanks Mr Cheese...
[ATTACH] Found it and here’s a picture
I’m not 100% sure, but I know It’s wire I took from a power cable that can carry 12v to power a screen
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