That picture looks like my unit which is a 1.0. I shorted the pins that were not under the removable card. I think with the 1.1 units, the card is no longer removable.Void Main wrote:Did you happen to have a v1.1 router? They refer only to the v2 units. I'll still try it because I have nothing to lose but I am a little confused about which pins to cross. They say pin 15-16 near the LED end of the board. I don't see any pins labeled. Would it be possible to show me roughly the area in this picture?
http://seattlewireless.net/~mattw/photo ... _3425.html
What's odd is that picture is supposed to be a 1.1 board but mine is slightly different and it's a 1.1.
EDIT: There is a box next to the BCM4306 chip that has two rows of pins (1-34, and 35-68). I'm thinking I need to short 15 and 16 on this one. I don't see this box in the picture but the picture shows what looks like a riser board with the BCM4306 chip on it just about where mine would be but the riser board is covering where the rows of pins are on mine. Mine does not have that riser board, the chip is right on the main board. The 2 rows of pins would be below the chip (half way between the chip and the edge of the board). Think I'm on the right track?
To tell you the truth, I was not that careful about which pins I was shorting. I just sloppily dragged the screwdrive around during the power-on sequence. It took several tries, but I finally saw the pings succeeding!