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Hey everyone, im pretty new to modding. I couldn't replace my KV normally through neighbourhood for some reason so i flashed the kv. Everything was fine, except when i came on the next day it kept freezing 10 seconds after launch. It passes the Xbox logo and then crashes. If i try to start up a game it would just give me a black screen and automatically turn off. Please HELP! :banghead:
if it matters im using a Trinity rgh 2.0 updated to the latest dash. My Skype is Pasha Soro
 
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Hey everyone, im pretty new to modding. I couldn't replace my KV normally through neighbourhood for some reason so i flashed the kv. Everything was fine, except when i came on the next day it kept freezing 10 seconds after launch. It passes the Xbox logo and then crashes. If i try to start up a game it would just give me a black screen and automatically turn off. Please HELP! :banghead:
if it matters im using a Corona rgh updated to the latest dash.
Reflash your old nand
 
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Before trying the above, try to boot without plugins.
 
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Before trying the above, try to boot without plugins.
Ive tried that, it still freezes even without plugins
 
Reflash your old nand
How do i do that? I know i sound pretty dumb but ive only been doing this stuff for 1 month. Can you send me a link to some tutorial on how to do it?
 
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Probably shorting or bad nand, i had freezing like this. Got to xbox logo and then freeze.

What I did is installed stock nand, removed chip to check if console boots ok.

Then I reinstalled chip, reinstalled xell nand. And I did better job soldering second time, it could be soldering too.

And worked OK.
 
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How did you try? Unplug your storage devices just to make sure.
And is it a 4gb Corona?
Sorry i got confused. Its a Trinity rgh 2.0
 
Probably shorting or bad nand, i had freezing like this. Got to xbox logo and then freeze.

What I did is installed stock nand, removed chip to check if console boots ok.

Then I reinstalled chip, reinstalled xell nand. And I did better job soldering second time, it could be soldering too.

And worked OK.
Im hoping that there is a way to sort this problem out without getting inside the actual console.
 
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How did you try? Unplug your storage devices just to make sure.
And is it a 4gb Corona?
If i unplug all the storage devices it gives me Error E71 System Error
 
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Sorry i got confused. Its a Trinity rgh 2.0
 

Im hoping that there is a way to sort this problem out without getting inside the actual console.

can you boot xell?
 
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If i unplug all the storage devices it gives me Error E71 System Error
So you removed the hard drive, and that caused the E71 error?
That's a bit weird I think.
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But well, since it's not a 4gb Corona and you can boot XeLL you can reflash your nand through XeLL.
So yes, you likely wont need to open up the console or anything.

Do you have a backup of your nand saved?
 
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So you removed the hard drive, and that caused the E71 error?
That's a bit weird I think.
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But well, since it's not a 4gb Corona and you can boot XeLL you can reflash your nand through XeLL.
So yes, you likely wont need to open up the console or anything.

Do you have a backup of your nand saved?
The flash.DMP file? Yes
 
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So you removed the hard drive, and that caused the E71 error?
That's a bit weird I think.
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But well, since it's not a 4gb Corona and you can boot XeLL you can reflash your nand through XeLL.
So yes, you likely wont need to open up the console or anything.

Do you have a backup of your nand saved?
I do have the backup but can't connect the Xbox to my computer (if that matters)
 
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The flash.DMP file? Yes
Flashdmp.bin, yes.
Follow the nand building things in this tutorial
https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=iKpcO4jhU24
When he gets to the part where he flashes the updated nand with Simple 360 Nand Flasher, don't do that.
Instead put your updflash.bin file to the root of a FAT32 formatted USB drive. Plug that flash drive into your console and boot XeLL. XeLL will take care of everything and flash the nand for you.
I can't remember if XeLL will shut down your console after the flash. Probably will, but if it wont, do that yourself.
 
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Flashdmp.bin, yes.
Follow the nand building things in this tutorial
https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=iKpcO4jhU24
When he gets to the part where he flashes the updated nand with Simple 360 Nand Flasher, don't do that.
Instead put your updflash.bin file to the root of a FAT32 formatted USB drive. Plug that flash drive into your console and boot XeLL. XeLL will take care of everything and flash the nand for you.
I can't remember if XeLL will shut down your console after the flash. Probably will, but if it wont, do that yourself.
When i try to format the usb to FAT32 It says the systems volume is too big for FAT32
 
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When i try to format the usb to FAT32 It says the systems volume is too big for FAT32
Damn, how big is that USB? Huge?
But I'm pretty sure you should be able to format with some tool even if it's big. Just look on Google.
 
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Flashdmp.bin, yes.
Follow the nand building things in this tutorial
https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=iKpcO4jhU24
When he gets to the part where he flashes the updated nand with Simple 360 Nand Flasher, don't do that.
Instead put your updflash.bin file to the root of a FAT32 formatted USB drive. Plug that flash drive into your console and boot XeLL. XeLL will take care of everything and flash the nand for you.
I can't remember if XeLL will shut down your console after the flash. Probably will, but if it wont, do that yourself.
That's redoing the steps of what I did with kv. I've already done this but done it now again. About to turn on console to see if it worked. By the way I saw it say so
Something like bad block (aka really bad)
 
That's redoing the steps of what I did with kv. About to turn on console to see if it worked. By the way I saw it say so
Something like bad block (aka really bad)
 
Flashdmp.bin, yes.
Follow the nand building things in this tutorial
https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=iKpcO4jhU24
When he gets to the part where he flashes the updated nand with Simple 360 Nand Flasher, don't do that.
Instead put your updflash.bin file to the root of a FAT32 formatted USB drive. Plug that flash drive into your console and boot XeLL. XeLL will take care of everything and flash the nand for you.
I can't remember if XeLL will shut down your console after the flash. Probably will, but if it wont, do that yourself.
It worked, but it unflashed my kv. Now I'm banned again. If I try replacing kv through neighborhood it I can only do it through flash. I just turned it back Again. And the freezing problem still hasn't fixed?
 
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That's redoing the steps of what I did with kv. I've already done this but done it now again. About to turn on console to see if it worked. By the way I saw it say so
Something like bad block (aka really bad)
 

 

It worked, but it unflashed my kv. Now I'm banned again. If I try replacing kv through neighborhood it I can only do it through flash. I just turned it back Again. And the freezing problem still hasn't fixed?
A bad block isn't necessarily really bad.
Although, I don't having a bad block is common for trinity consoles.
And what do you mean you have to flash the KV.
Flashing the KV is pretty much always a bad idea. Just place the KV.bin file to the root of your hard drive, and your stealth server will take care of the rest.
 
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A bad block isn't necessarily really bad.
Although, I don't having a bad block is common for trinity consoles.
And what do you mean you have to flash the KV.
Flashing the KV is pretty much always a bad idea. Just place the KV.bin file to the root of your hard drive, and your stealth server will take care of the rest.
I did try that. It didn't work. I stayed banned. But when I flashed my kv I could go online and it worked. Except after I turned the console on and off a few times now I have this problem
 
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I did try that. It didn't work. I stayed banned. But when I flashed my kv I could go online and it worked. Except after I turned the console on and off a few times now I have this problem
What server you on sounds... ninja? Or worse?
 
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