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I have an XBOX 360e RHG, which stopped booting up a couple of weeks ago. Doing plenty of research I found a couple of reasons. Apparently my CR Rev-D gave out. So I decided to replace it with an Ace V3. I soldered everything the same way, but upon trying to boot up, it leads to a red light in the power button. So I resoldered the Rev-D back on and again I get a green light in the middle but no ring and no boot up. I soldered the Ace V3 again, but back to the red light. SOS. Thanks for the help.
 
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I have an XBOX 360e RHG, which stopped booting up a couple of weeks ago. Doing plenty of research I found a couple of reasons. Apparently my CR Rev-D gave out. So I decided to replace it with an Ace V3. I soldered everything the same way, but upon trying to boot up, it leads to a red light in the power button. So I resoldered the Rev-D back on and again I get a green light in the middle but no ring and no boot up. I soldered the Ace V3 again, but back to the red light. SOS. Thanks for the help.

1. Is your console a slim 360?
2. Post pictures of your wiring and use imgur.com
3. How many times does the green light on the ace v3 blink (short or long)?
 
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x86 x86 . Like I mentioned, the Xbox is an E series one, the super slim. It is a Corona 16MB. For the Ace V3, the green light doesn't blink at all. Only the red on the chip for power is on. And when I hit the on button, the button turns red too. As for the pictures, I've packed everything up because I'm travelling, but I'll try and get them to you ASAP.
For the wiring, I de-soldered one end from the rev-D and then soldered it to the corresponding pad on the Ace V3. So I've not changed any soldering points on the motherboard.
Thanks!
 
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flash your console with ECC image not Xebuild img, if it doesnt power on or your glitch doesnt green up (posting) most likely your XCGPU needs a reflow / reballing.

Try to press on it not hard and report back.
 
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devilhunter1990 devilhunter1990 . That's another thing about the ECC file. So when I hit the question mark on JRunner it says that my Xbox is a Corona, which I know for a fact. But after reading nand, creating ECC and writing ECC, when I hit the question mark, JRunner returns board type as Trinity. Any idea what that's about?
 
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devilhunter1990 devilhunter1990 . That's another thing about the ECC file. So when I hit the question mark on JRunner it says that my Xbox is a Corona, which I know for a fact. But after reading nand, creating ECC and writing ECC, when I hit the question mark, JRunner returns board type as Trinity. Any idea what that's about?

doesnt mater what it shows, I think ECC is same for all slims.
 
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x86 x86 . Like I mentioned, the Xbox is an E series one, the super slim. It is a Corona 16MB. For the Ace V3, the green light doesn't blink at all. Only the red on the chip for power is on. And when I hit the on button, the button turns red too. As for the pictures, I've packed everything up because I'm travelling, but I'll try and get them to you ASAP.
For the wiring, I de-soldered one end from the rev-D and then soldered it to the corresponding pad on the Ace V3. So I've not changed any soldering points on the motherboard.
Thanks!
The rev D uses 3.3v power. Ace uses 5V. That wire needs to be swapped to a different point. If that doesn't work, post pictures.
 
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