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Old Nov 30, 2002, 01:09 AM
madison mods madison mods is offline
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S is probably the Scex point. If that was on the wrong lead it could be bad, it pulses voltage to insert the Scex protection code. That could have been very bad. Any chance you could get a picture of your system and when you had it mistakenly soldered?
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Old Dec 03, 2002, 05:39 PM
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sorry for the delay, I dont know how to add a pic to this but if you go to china-magic.com or ***********.neoasic.com/dia-m2v7-clipkit125.htm and look at the instal for a v7 look at the "S" wire solder its on the end of the black resister we soldered to the brown resister on the left. Is there any way to find out if the chip its self is bad or now fried?
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Old Dec 03, 2002, 11:19 PM
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Well goods news for the wiring mishap. You soldered to the right hand side of the capacitor correct (that brown component is a capacitor)? If so then you did nothing wrong there (The capacitor is connecter to the resistor in question, that's what the trace inbetween them is doing (the little green line between them)). The only reason why they want you soldering to the resistor instead of the capacitor is that ceramic caps. are much more sensitive to heat than a SM resistor (so some people would hold their soldering irons on the point too long destroying the capacitor).

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Old Dec 23, 2002, 08:00 PM
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Thanx for the help but still no go. We havent had much time to look at it becouse of the holidays. I also tried to rtn the chip to make sure itwas good and the company sux and gives you a run around til after the 30 days are up. Thanx again and have a nice Chirstmas
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Old Dec 23, 2002, 08:24 PM
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try doing it without the clip.. clips are a joke anyways.. the bios legs arent too hard if your very careful.. the thing i find hardest on any install are the resistors!

nick
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Old Dec 29, 2002, 05:12 PM
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[i]Originally posted by briny_uk [/i]
[B]try doing it without the clip.. clips are a joke anyways.. the bios legs arent too hard if your very careful.. the thing i find hardest on any install are the resistors!

nick [/B]



I agree! bios legs aren't that hard once you've done them a while. It's the vias I can't stand.
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