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So, because the wire I am using is too small to keep the heat, I had to put the point of the soldering iron ON the points and push the wire down into the melted bit. However, I had to de solder and then RE solder my points because they were too loose the first time, and now there is hardly any iode left, it is pretty much an empty hole now... The xbox will still turn on, but I fear that I have f***ed up... Now my soldering iron is broken, and I am just thinking of taping the points down... >_>

I am thinking of having somebody finish the job for me... But I am already half done and it would be too delicate to send in the mail I think ): I sure hope I didn't waste all my time and money on nothing ):
 
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what points are ruined? i ruined a point when i first started jtaging and used conductive glue and it worked iv done over 30 now and iv also done 2 without having earth connected as it wouldnt solder risky but it worked
 
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what points are ruined? i ruined a point when i first started jtaging and used conductive glue and it worked iv done over 30 now and iv also done 2 without having earth connected as it wouldnt solder risky but it worked

The two points that are closest to the JTAG connections themselves, they're absolutely killed, like I said they are pretty much just holes now.

You can sort of see it in this picture, ( http://tinypic.com/r/345dfsm/3 ) do you think they can be fixed with conductive glue??? If so, where can I get some??
 
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