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- Mar 3, 2016
It's hard to tell, it's most likely an issue with your trim. You can try sanding the edges of your board a bit more, just in case you shorted something. Also try shorting the reset via to ground (check the trimming guide to know where that via is) to get into priiloader on boot and see if that works well and you can also go in the Load/Install menu (don't install anything though)so I ordered USB ports and soldered my own port with twisted magnet wire, I used a drill to twist the wire, and also used the wiis original power adapter block in the wall and am still getting the same Exception (DSI) Occured. Is it just an issue with the board at this point? I would not think it is a USB issue as I am extremely positive and have double checked with continuity that the correct data pins are connected. Without a doubt a steady 5v is being supplied to the USB. And I cant imagine the Wii draws more than 3.7 A because that is what the original power source is rated at, and withso much of the board gone it should draw less. I am completely at a loss as to why this error keeps occuring.