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I have a BB Jasper RJtag that I just spent around 5 hours reflashing NAND's with different settings just to try to get it to boot, but it wont. It will just glitch for a while and then stop but it still wont boot. I need to fix this in around 2 hours so any help is appreciated.
 
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Do you have a jr programmer so you can monitor the rater?
 
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I have a BB Jasper RJtag that I just spent around 5 hours reflashing NAND's with different settings just to try to get it to boot, but it wont. It will just glitch for a while and then stop but it still wont boot. I need to fix this in around 2 hours so any help is appreciated.

Have you go through all possible dip switch and voltage combination with and without aud_clamp?
 
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Have you tried putting the original nand back on it and see if it will still boot up
 
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Have you tried booting without the HDD? Have you tried booting and ejecting your disc tray so it doesn't load plugins?
Yup. I tried literally everything I could think of.
 
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Then you did something to it hardware wise, Check for bridged solder joints or anything you could have done to the board.

If it is not booting with the original nand flashed back on and the chip turned off, Then you have a more serious problem on your hands.

Make sure it's the real nand and not one with the ecc already written.
 
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Then you did something to it hardware wise, Check for bridged solder joints or anything you could have done to the board.

If it is not booting with the original nand flashed back on and the chip turned off, Then you have a more serious problem on your hands.

Make sure it's the real nand and not one with the ecc already written.
I'm probably gonna just sell it for parts and start from scratch.
 
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