Worklog Yet Another Wii Portable (Green_Saints Portable)

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  1. Green_Saint .

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    So I have gotten all the stuff to make this happen and I already started trimming and making the regulators.
    and after doing all that I don't think it work, I've tried to power it on and I get nothing.
    I did the u10 relocation made the regulators and connected them to their respective spots but I can't get it to boot.
    now when I finished the regulators I covered it with hot glue over many of the pins to keep everything in place so I don't know if that's a problem, I don't want to give up but I have no clue how to fix this
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  2. Gman RTFDS Staff Member . . . . .

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    The edges of your motherboard look very rough. You need to sand the edges of the Wii and the usb part very well to prevent the layers from shorting. After you fix that, you can use a multimeter to measure the voltages coming out of each regulator to verify if they are correct or not. It is best to measure the regulators when they are not connected to your Wii so if something is not correct, you do not risk damaging the Wii.
     
  3. Green_Saint .

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    Well I attempted to sand it but all I have is grade 40 sandpaper so I'll have to get some grade 600 I guess and I dont have a multimeter so I'll get one of those too
     
  4. Gman RTFDS Staff Member . . . . .

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    Sandpaper and a multimeter is a must for any motherboard trimming
     
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