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Solved RGH help, coolrunner doesn't seem to have power

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First time RGHing, I followed a tutorial, read the nand twice with my nandX they were the same, programmed the coolrunner (Rev c) for the trinity board RGH2, created ECC, wrote ECC. My soldering looks okay, hard to photograph the connections, but when i try and try and get the cpu key i just get the green blinking light on the front of the xbox but looks like theres no power going to the coolrunner, no led indication that its working? I don't know how to add imaged
 
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just upload images to imgur then post links here. make sure the switch on your coolrunner is flipped to normal and not program. that cuts power to the chip.
 
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Trying to add the links but se7ensins isn't letting me
 
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U don't have to add them using the pic tools above . U can simply copy past the url to the message
 
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I don't think I've damaged contacts here
 
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U have your power and e and f on the wrong side of the header lol
 
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Use the e, f, and 3.3 from this image
 
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I think E F for RGH2 is 10 and 9 in J2C3, not 12, 11?

Also 13 is 5v, should use 7 for 3.3v?
 
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Your correct I drew the wrong points aswell :banghead:.
Changed to image of the e,f, 3.3
 
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Good spot works perfect now haha
 
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