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Unsolved corona with ace v3 wont boot after installing v2 viper chip

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I'm having a problem getting my corona v3 to boot after installing the v2 viper chip.

I followed the instructions for installing the ACE v3 glitch chip and postfix adapter and was able to back up my stock nand and flash the custom nand using a JR-programer.

System booted fine and was able to launch a custom dashboard.

Next I went ahead and installed the viper v2 nand chip using this guide.

The paring switch does seem to toggle between the 2 nand chips as im getting 1 and 2 blinks when swapping.

I reflashed my system nand with my backup and the viper with the custom nand.

Initializing nanddump1.bin..
Corona
Nand Initialization Finished
Version: 10
Flash Config: 0x00043000
Writing Nand
nanddump1.bin
Done!
in 3:34 min:confused:ec

Initializing updflash.bin..
Corona
Nand Initialization Finished
Version: 10
Flash Config: 0x00043000
Writing Nand
updflash.bin
Done!
in 3:38 min:confused:ec

However when I try to turn on the system it makes the booting sound but nothing happens. The power leds stay off and the glitch chips green led does not blink.

I updated the glitch cip with one of the timing files from themodshop.

USB XSVF Player Initialized
Xilinx XC2C128-VQ100 ......... [DETECTED]
Erase Succeeded
File: C:\Users\Michael\Downloads\S-RGH V2\S-RGH V2\CORONA\best_timings\pack_1_best\xsvf\rgh2_cop_su_du_30_2.xsvf
Sending Out Packets .........
Success

However still nothing.

So I went ahead and desoldered the nand chip from the adapter board and was able to boot normally again, however after reinstalling it will not boot again with the same symptoms as before.

I tested the joints with a multimeter. I'm not seeing any shorts or bad connections.

Any ideas on what I might have missed?

 
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I'm guessing no one has any ideas on this then.
 
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