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I clicked create ECC, selected my motherboard, and it worked fine to create one. Then I clicked write, and many errors showed up for almost all blocks. Nand-X is configured and plugged in correctly, as I read my NAND earlier many times and they all matched and worked great. Console is plugged in and the power brick is yellow/orange.

J-Runner v0.3 Beta (7):
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Jasper 16MB Manually Selected
Version: 03
Flash Config: 0x00000000
Can not Continue

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Worked great for reading NAND before (with same soldering and wiring), and now nothing works. I truly do not believe it is a connection issue, I believe something might be corrupted. Any ideas? This happened on both consoles that I am trying to RGH if that is of any help, I paid very close attention to my soldering on the second one.



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I clicked create ECC, selected my motherboard, and it worked fine to create one. Then I clicked write, and many errors showed up for almost all blocks. Nand-X is configured and plugged in correctly, as I read my NAND earlier many times and they all matched and worked great.

J-Runner v0.3 Beta (7):
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Jasper 16MB Manually Selected
Version: 03
Flash Config: 0x00000000
Can not Continue

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Worked great for reading NAND before (with same soldering and wiring), and now nothing works. I truly do not believe it is a connection issue, I believe something might be corrupted. Any ideas? This happened on both consoles that I am trying to RGH if that is of any help, I paid very close attention to my soldering on the second one.



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Can You Post Soldering Pictures.
 
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Kc4pvKK.jpg

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WskFxTo.jpg

Some points may appear in these photos to be bridging, but they are not. Some wire colors are incorrect because the correct ones were not available.
 
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Kc4pvKK.jpg

wzbPgOp.jpg

TQoGZxD.jpg

WskFxTo.jpg

Some points may appear in these photos to be bridging, but they are not. Some wire colors are incorrect because the correct ones were not available.
Your Nand Wires Have To Much Exposed Wire Would Trim It. Also Add Some Flux Onto The Points, Would Be Much Easier To Solder The Nand Wires Underneath The Motherboard To Be Honest.
 
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Your Nand Wires Have To Much Exposed Wire Would Trim It. Also Add Some Flux Onto The Points, Would Be Much Easier To Solder The Nand Wires Underneath The Motherboard To Be Honest.
Just wondering, how could I read my nand perfectly, and now I cant write ECC? Don't they use all of the same wires, and isn't it just a work/not work sort of thing with the NAND-X?

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Just wondering, how could I read my nand perfectly, and now I cant write ECC? Don't they use all of the same wires, and isn't it just a work/not work sort of thing with the NAND-X?

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If Your Soldering Connection Ain't 100% With A Simple Wire Being Moved Or Pulled It Would Cause It To Mess Up.

I Would Just Unsolder It Completely And Try Again.

You Can Also Solder Underneath Which Would Make It More Easier For You.
 
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If Your Soldering Connection Ain't 100% With A Simple Wire Being Moved Or Pulled It Would Cause It To Mess Up.

I Would Just Unsolder It Completely And Try Again.

You Can Also Solder Underneath Which Would Make It More Easier For You.
Switched to my other board and trimmed the wires. Disconnected everything and just connected NAND-X. Same error. It is like I corrupted something on both consoles. Should be a somewhat easy fix. On the one I am currently working on (not the one where solder was shown above), the on button is unresponsive. Power is going through the console, as I connected the CoolRunner briefly to the board.
 
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Switched to my other board and trimmed the wires. Disconnected everything and just connected NAND-X. Same error. It is like I corrupted something.
Did you trim the wires or trim the exposed wire? Exposed wire is a pain in your arse.
Like, this is what you had in the first pictures
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this is what you want
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I mean, this'd be perfect
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but quite difficult.

And can we see the pictures of the latest soldering?
 
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And can we see the pictures of the latest soldering?
I trimmed exposed wire, yes. Not the best, but much much better.

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None of the wires are bridging here, either.
 
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Any ideas?

Thanks in advance.
 
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After re-soldering the wires, I am coming into the same issue. I am unsure of what to do, and I have been unable to continue. This appears to be an issue that nobody has found the solution to, or at least they haven't shared it if they have.
 
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After re-soldering the wires, I am coming into the same issue. I am unsure of what to do, and I have been unable to continue. This appears to be an issue that nobody has found the solution to, or at least they haven't shared it if they have.
Unsolder All Your Points And Cleaned Them Up And Upload A Picture.
 
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After re-soldering the wires, I am coming into the same issue. I am unsure of what to do, and I have been unable to continue. This appears to be an issue that nobody has found the solution to, or at least they haven't shared it if they have.
Can we have a different angle shot for J1D2 please.
 
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