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So i'm in XELL right now, I just put my udpflash.bin into my on board MU so I can reflash my nand. I don't have a USB. I've been trying to figure this out all day and got this far, there's gotta be a way to flash this.

What i'm seeing is it's looking for xenon.elf, xenon.z, udpxell.bin, or udpflash.bin

I'm trying to flash my nand again.
Here's an example of what it's showing

Trying TFTP 192.168.1.98:udpflash.bin

When I visit 192.168.0.5 like xell shows next to my MAC address, it shows this:
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I'm trying to get my nand flashed so I can remove this corrupted xbdm.xex causing this E71 error
HuskerHeaven I know you know a bunch about jtags.
 
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Sorry if I sound dumb, But what is xenon.elf anyways? I have a jasper jtag with a 512mb nand. Never had to use it.
Well i'm sure you don't need it as newer Xell has it. Are you sure you are naming it updflash.bin?
 
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Well i'm sure you don't need it as newer Xell has it. Are you sure you are naming it updflash.bin?
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everything else it's searching for shows "Trying sda0, sda1, sda2, sda3. But it never searches for udpflash.bin while searching those, it shows like this
Trying TFTP 192.168.1.98:udpflash.bin
Trying TFTP 192.168.1.98:speechless:enon.elf
 
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everything else it's searching for shows "Trying sda0, sda1, sda2, sda3. But it never searches for udpflash.bin while searching those, it shows like this
Well try a USB or if you did something you said it shows like
Trying TFTP 192.168.1.98:udpflash.bin
Trying TFTP 192.168.1.98:speechless:enon.elf

Why udpflash.bin is is it looking for udp or upd
 
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Well try a USB or if you did something you said it shows like
Trying TFTP 192.168.1.98:udpflash.bin
Trying TFTP 192.168.1.98:speechless:enon.elf

Why udpflash.bin is is it looking for udp or upd
Wow didn't notice.. Let me change that real quickkkkk :tongue:
 
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It still skips it like it's not even there. I wish I had a USB but i've look everywhere but cant find one.
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Also, what's the location for 192.168.1.98 because when I go there, the page doesn't load.
 
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I know, I'm trying to do this tonight. I don't have any money at the moment, and this shouldn't be hard to do :/
I think I need to setup a TFTP Server
Well i'm sure its not working with on board MU as its formatted with Xbox Settings and not Fat32. Wait remove the HDD with the plugin see if it boot's dash.
 
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Well i'm sure its not working with on board MU as its formatted with Xbox Settings and not Fat32. Wait remove the HDD with the plugin see if it boot's dash.
It does, I need to remove the corrupted XBDM.xex from my HDD, and the only way I know how to is with a usb with dashlaunch on it and make it the default launch.ini
I tried the same, but with the On board MU and no luck. I guess the way they overrule eachother is
USB > HDD > MU 
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* Looking for files on local media and TFTP...



Trying TFTP 192.168.1.98:kboot.conf... 


TFTP: no answer from server

Trying TFTP 192.168.1.98:xenon.elf... 


TFTP: no answer from server

Trying TFTP 192.168.1.98:xenon.z... 


TFTP: no answer from server

Trying TFTP 192.168.1.98:vmlinux... 


TFTP: no answer from server

Trying TFTP 192.168.1.98:updxell.bin... 


TFTP: no answer from server

Trying TFTP 192.168.1.98:updflash.bin... 


TFTP: no answer from server

Trying TFTP 192.168.1.98:/tftpboot/xenon...


TFTP: no answer from server



Trying TFTP 192.168.1.98:kboot.conf... 


TFTP: no answer from server

Trying TFTP 192.168.1.98:xenon.elf... 


TFTP: no answer from server

Trying TFTP 192.168.1.98:xenon.z... 


TFTP: no answer from server

Trying TFTP 192.168.1.98:vmlinux... 


TFTP: no answer from server

Trying TFTP 192.168.1.98:updxell.bin... 


TFTP: no answer from server

Trying TFTP 192.168.1.98:updflash.bin... 


TFTP: no answer from server

Trying TFTP 192.168.1.98:/tftpboot/xenon...


TFTP: no answer from server



Trying TFTP 192.168.1.98:kboot.conf... 


TFTP: no answer from server

Trying TFTP 192.168.1.98:xenon.elf... 


TFTP: no answer from server

Trying TFTP 192.168.1.98:xenon.z... 


TFTP: no answer from server

Trying TFTP 192.168.1.98:vmlinux... 


TFTP: no answer from server
 
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It does, I need to remove the corrupted XBDM.xex from my HDD, and the only way I know how to is with a usb with dashlaunch on it and make it the default launch.ini
I tried the same, but with the On board MU and no luck. I guess the way they overrule eachother is
USB > HDD > MU
This should work...
1. Burn Xex Menu to a disk start it up
2. FTP Dashlaunch to the onboard MU root
3. Start it uninstall it
4. Exit turn off JTAG/RGH and put the HDD and boot remove XBDM.xex
 
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This should work...
1. Burn Xex Menu to a disk start it up
2. FTP Dashlaunch to the onboard MU root
3. Start it uninstall it
4. Exit turn off JTAG/RGH and put the HDD and boot remove XBDM.xex
Well, I already Have xex menu on my MU and also have Dashlaunch on it
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Xex menu is in the content folder

i'll try the above
 
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Well I got to dashlaunch and go to the settings, it looks like this

Launch
System Info
Unload Dashlaunch [GREYED OUT]
Install [GREYED OUT]
Update Patches [GREYED OUT]
Install This
Quit
 
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Well I got to dashlaunch and go to the settings, it looks like this

Launch
System Info
Unload Dashlaunch [GREYED OUT]
Install [GREYED OUT]
Update Patches [GREYED OUT]
Install This
Quit
Hit RB i think two times then see if you can unload it
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Remove launch.ini and see if it makes you install it....
 
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