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Need a wiring diagram for guitar hero microphone pc board

I ripped the wires off of the board in the microphone cable and i need to know which color wire gets soldered where.There are 4 colors .

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SOURCE: Microphone won't work

Do you realize that you need a wii controller to be logged in for you to be in use of the controller?
Just log it in (unplugged) and plug the mic into the USB slot at the back of the wii.
Hope this helped!

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