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I'm trying to flash nandflash.bin + xenon.elf via usb on xell reloaded. The xbox 360e reads the files, but Does not complete he stops and restart to the black screen ---- ( my xbox 360e corona4g )
Sorry, if there are mistakes in writing, I do not speak English very well (google translation)
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This walks you through everything to update to the newest dash which includes how to dump and reflash your nand. Hopefully you can find what you are looking for here.
 
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thanks for your reply :smile:
My problem is that I cannot access anything in the xbox except the xell reloaded :frown:
I've tried all known methods and software or program to flash the nandflash.bin and updflash.bin And other files , but all of them haven't worked or detected . The only thing my xbox has read is the xenon.elf file that has the problem I'm putting here.
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4gb nands cant be written via xell. u need to either boot the console to dash then xexmenu/aurora etc. and run simple 360 nand flasher, or will need to solder on hardware flasher and flash it that way.
 
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will need to solder on hardware flasher and flash it that way
Thanks for your replying : Do you mean by saying (will need to solder on and flash it that way) I just soldering points F and E ? or buy hardware flasher tool And connect it to the E + F points ? like this ? https://www.google.com/search?q=Mat...ECAEQBQ&biw=1536&bih=758#imgrc=T7hVHXD8FyN8eM
This is what I have on my xbox 360e : https://www3.0zz0.com/2021/04/29/16/481545937.jpg
( my xbox dont Launch xexmenu only xell reloaded )
( I have a coolrunner rev: D in my device )
 
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That is def a 4gb nand you will need to solder on one of the many 4gb reader writer kits avail . You can make one out of a micro sd card adapter aswell with a 68 ohm resistor. Modshop makes a newer kit that I've heard good things about . I think weekend modder sells his kits.
 
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That is def a 4gb nand you will need to solder on one of the many 4gb reader writer kits avail . You can make one out of a micro sd card adapter aswell with a 68 ohm resistor. Modshop makes a newer kit that I've heard good things about . I think weekend modder sells his kits.
My motherboard is different and it doesn't have a C1E16 what should I do ?
Is the resistor R 68 in the photo suitable? Because I couldn't find anything else
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Try using the rear av ports as a ground for the Y3D1. I don't think that is a 68 ohm resistor, the color bands should be blue, gray, black.
 
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Try using the rear av ports as a ground for the Y3D1. I don't think that is a 68 ohm resistor, the color bands should be blue, gray, black.
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but xbox 360 dont have av port !
 
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My understanding is that when you want to read/write to the nand, you must ground the Y3D1. Use a known ground point.
 
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My understanding is that when you want to read/write to the nand, you must ground the Y3D1. Use a known ground point.
you mean any ground point ?
OK

My question is, can I use a other resistor than the one in the picture, because I don't have a suitable resistor now?
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I've read you need to use a resistor as close as 68 ohms as possible, you cannot use just any value. The old PSU in the picture, I don't think the R68 pictured means 68 ohms, based on the color banding code. I could be wrong, so desolder it and use a volt/ohm meter to test the value. If have some resistor but you don't have the exact value of 68, you can make one that is close. Read up on how to either series and parallel resistors.
 
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I've read you need to use a resistor as close as 68 ohms as possible, you cannot use just any value. The old PSU in the picture, I don't think the R68 pictured means 68 ohms, based on the color banding code. I could be wrong, so desolder it and use a volt/ohm meter to test the value. If have some resistor but you don't have the exact value of 68, you can make one that is close. Read up on how to either series and parallel resistors.
Thank you. Tomorrow I will try this method, and then I will tell you the result
 
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I decided to purchase this tool from the internet I should get it soon
Thanks to everyone for trying to help me :smile:
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