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Nand X - Soldered on , need help

Discussion in 'Xbox 360 - Modding & Hacking' started by Joe9011, Oct 29, 2011.

  1. Joe9011

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    Hi Ok I have a Falcon with 7371 FW , I just installed the Nand X to find out my CB version.
    So this guide is the most popular


    So far I have soldered in the Nand X wires and installed the USB nand drivers on my Windows 7 laptop

    Ok So I got this far , I have the Nandpro20d Folder on my desktop, how and on what do I type -r16 orig.bin ??
    I opened the Nandpro20d folder in CMD , I typed --r16 orig.bin , the dos just says 'bad command or filename'

    I tried running the Nandpro application in the Nandpro20d folder , which just opens then immediately closes for whatever reason

    The guide is not clear enough for the average Joe public , I havent yet worked it out , spent several hours using other guides with other programs such as Collshrimp's Jtag tool

    I havent yet installed the Jtag , just the nand . Apparently I am supposed to check the CB version right ?

    Any help guys ?
     
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  2. Joe9011

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    Bump , Ok now I got past this step , I figured it out , now I have my two Nand dumps , I have compared them in Hex editor , they are 100% Identical

    Next Step I have stumbled on :
    ok So I got degraded 1.1b , clicked settings , now I am supposed to enter a Key I " found using google " What key , I haven't got any key . Any Ideas ?
     
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    Solved , am now about to solder on my J-Tag
     
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    Welp lol.
     
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    thank you for the play-by-play?
     
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    lol better than eastenders
     
  7. Joe9011

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    Ok Guys I am back

    Im following this tutorial , to the best of my ability and am stumbling . Now I have dumped my nand , compared and checked my CB version which is 5761 , which is expoitable . So I have since soldered up my J-Tag Quick solder PCBs , so off to the next step right ?

    So the next step is Flashing XBR to your nand apparently?

    Anyways
    I couldn't initially find the XBR 8995 Falcon bin on the Xbins website . I googled and found one on media fire

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    So in English , I open CMD go to the nandprod folder within CMD, then type -r16 rawkv.bin 1 1 right?

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    Again in english , type nandpro orig.bin: -r16 rawconfig.bin 3de 2 , thats what I did

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    So I presume they're talking about the step in the next paragraph

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    Ok Done that simples

    5.
    Type nandpro xbr.bin: -w16 rawkv.bin 1 1 within CMD , ok done that

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    Again within CMD type nandpro xbr.bin: -w16 rawconfig.bin 3de 2 , done

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    So in english just type nandpro usb: -w16 xbr.bin right?

    8.Once done , unplug nand-x usb cable from pc.
    Leave the console unplugged, and powered off for 30 seconds in order to clear the SMC from memory.
    Turn on xbox and enjoy XBR (To boot to Xell power on with your eject button)

    I got this far, as the above, then booted up the Xbox , by pressing the eject button, Firstly Xell came up , then tried again . Now I am just getting the one light of death code E79 /1033

    The instructions are not very clear , I am struggling with this J-Tagging, am I missing something ?
     
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    Your following an old thread. You need freeboot
     
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    Ok switched the Jtag over to 330 ohms , now it seems to boot Zell when holding Eject button , though still get rrod when trying to boot normally .

    Now I will re-flash Nand and start over


    Could it be a flash problem , or is it my soldering?
     
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    Right I finally , managed to understand the Collshrimp J-tag tool , I dumped seveal nands ( no bad blocks ) compared they matched and were confirmed Exploitable using the Degrader tool

    So then I Flashed the Nand and installed Free Boot Xell and Xellous ( as the tutorial recomended )

    So as mentioned I installed the Jtag , I soldered it in with the quick solder boards , then soldered the diodes down to the illustrated points .

    So now in theory my Jtag should have been done , it did work initially though after second boot I frequently got RROD error 1023 , then later my DVD drive died


    Question is , what did I do wrong ?

    Console is now bricked
     

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