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Support Jrunner/Nandx not reading console weird issue.

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I am a longtime Xbox 360 modder, I have talked to other modder and they can not help me with my problem.

I’m getting a “Can not Connect” error after reading the nand and writing xell after creating xebuild and trying to write it again, it first says “Error writing blocks” and goes through all the blocks then says can not connect when writing again.

I have 2 Nandex, so that isn’t the problem, multiple nand reading wires aren’t the problem.

I also have had a few consoles that would not connect in the beginning of the cycle, some 4gb Trinities and 16mb Coronas.
 
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Just a thought here, have you used your "Connecting Device" a lot? More direct, the cable that is tried and true... Has it been bent, twisted, straighten and soldered thousands of times? It may be time to update/upgrade your connecting cables/wires and ends. I have found that using new cables and configuring them with a ground wire between each signal wire can help reduce "Electrical Noise" which can cause weird data transfer issues.
 
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Just a thought here, have you used your "Connecting Device" a lot? More direct, the cable that is tried and true... Has it been bent, twisted, straighten and soldered thousands of times? It may be time to update/upgrade your connecting cables/wires and ends. I have found that using new cables and configuring them with a ground wire between each signal wire can help reduce "Electrical Noise" which can cause weird data transfer issues.
I do use them a lot, i think it’s possible I found the issue, for some reason my nandx is making it so the Xbox can’t be read or written sometimes. I stopped using the old one altogether and haven’t had a problem yet.
 
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Glad to see you got yourself rolling again. I personally have not used a Nand-X programmer, But I do have a buddy who had one and he had issues with it that required replacing the main logic chip and reprogramming it.
 
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