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Hi everyone,I need some help with the aud_clamp and dvd tray wiring. Well first off I got this jasper jtag, a couple of the points are ruined and the only possible ways of jtag wiring are boxxdr or the aud_clamp and dvd tray. I was wondering if I have to do anything to my freeboot image, as I'm writing it to the nand now but there was no option for aud_clamp fix etc in jtagtool. will it boot if i just use the aud clamp wiring if not can you let me know what i need to do in order for it to work?

Thanks guys! :smile:
 
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That won't work. Your NAND has to have a matching smc to what you used for wiring. In jtag tool there is an option. Click the little settings button and then go over to drivers/options and change the smc there to aud clamp tray open.
 
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That won't work. Your NAND has to have a matching smc to what you used for wiring. In jtag tool there is an option. Click the little settings button and then go over to drivers/options and change the smc there to aud clamp tray open.
s***, wish I saw that earlier, I've been writing this freeboot image for almost 4 hours with lpt :biggrin: oh well back to the start :biggrin: thanks for the eye-opener :biggrin:
 
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s***, wish I saw that earlier, I've been writing this freeboot image for almost 4 hours with lpt :biggrin: oh well back to the start :biggrin: thanks for the eye-opener :biggrin:
Don't write the freeboot over lpt. That will take really long and can give errors. Just write it using xellous. Put the freeboot NAND on a fat32 formatted USB and just start xellous and it'll flash it for you really fast. Have the NAND named updflash.bin
 
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Don't write the freeboot over lpt. That will take really long and can give errors. Just write it using xellous. Put the freeboot NAND on a fat32 formatted USB and just start xellous and it'll flash it for you really fast. Have the NAND named updflash.bin
I would but I can't :biggrin: I had to delete my entire nand due to it being corrupt from a bad flash. pretty much bricking it, so there's no nand on there at all, so I have to do this really :biggrin:
 
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I would but I can't :biggrin: I had to delete my entire nand due to it being corrupt from a bad flash. pretty much bricking it, so there's no nand on there at all, so I have to do this really :biggrin:
Just erase the nand and then write xell and then xellous to it. If you want I can help you through teamviewer, but it's pretty self explanatory.

You also have to have the right smc chosen when you write xell.
 
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