Today I will teach you how to do a simple xenoGC modchip install for the Nintendo Gamecube. Required tools: Soldering iron Solder Flux XenoGC chip (Sold by our fellow member Bad_Ad84 https://assemblergames.com/threads/for-sale-modding-parts-chips-etc.39971/) 30awg (preferably kynar) wire Digital Multimeter Mini DVD-R with a game burned to it (test disc) 1. Dissassemble the Gamecube and remove the shielding from the drive 2. I don't like soldering the chip directly to the board so I use a "wire install". Remove this screw and then screw the XenoGC chip down 3. Tin the xenoGC and drive board pads you will be soldering to with flux, cut a piece of wire 1ft or so long (I solder the wire to the xeno then measure and cut to the pad then solder to the pad, it doesn't take as long as measuring pieces individually) 4. Solder your connections, you can wire it however you want but generally I do it like this 5. Insulate with kapton tape and try to boot your game 6. If the disc doesn't boot then you need to 'tweak' the "trimpot", this cheap tool will be your best friend for this. I won't explain how to do this in depth as this step could cause issues to your disc health and your laser. You'll have to find another guide online unfortunately. 7. Once you have a few successful boots you're likely finished, if it's stuttering or freezing you need to go back to step 6 or install a replacement laser worst case scenario. Video of boot process (there will be a final "click" from the laser, accidentally cut it off in the video), if your LEDs are flashing then you likely have a bridge. https://streamable.com/c5wor "Oh god I lifted a pad, I'm screwed!" There are several documented alternative points for this chip luckily, take your pick with this color coded guide. There are more for those not shown I will try to find some pictures of as well.