Secondary error code 1101

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  1. M83

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    To start..

    I have been inactive for a very long time so forgive any stupid questions I might ask, haven't been on these forums for a few years.

    That being said...

    A while back I tried to update my dashboard on my xenon JTAG to whatever the latest was at the time. I do not remember exactly what happened but one thing lead to another and I ended up with secondary error code 1101. I kind of gave up for a little when this happened because I was losing interest in it at the time. Well now a couple years later ive decided to invest some time into it and see if i can fix it.
    If any of you guys here could help me out/ link me to some stuff so I can get a jumpstart back into all this itd be much appreciated! I know the error has something to do with the NAND flash but its been so long I really cant remember much.

    Thanks in advance

     
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    Does it boot xell, when you turn it on with the eject button?
     
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    When trying to boot into xell no video is displayed nor is the the monitor picking up a signal. However, the 4 green lights turn on and no red rings appear when powering on through the eject button. Unlike the initial power button, which gives me 1 red ring (1101 error code) when I power it on.
     
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    * bump *
     
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    Check your monitor's settings, maybe even try the AV cable on a TV, not a monitor.
     
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    Still cannot seem to get it to boot into xell. Does this mean I bricked my console? If so how can I fix this? Also, does it matter whether I use the HD AV cables or the non-hd component cables when plugged into the TV? I doubt it matters but I figured id ask considering the console is very old (Xenon motherboard, Core 360 console, first ever produced).
     
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    It shouldn't really matter. If you don't see anything, but the console boots (indicated by the frond LEDs), you can try putting your last working nand dump on a USB flash drive and renaming it to updflash.bin. After that, just plug it into to the console, use the eject button to start Xell and wait 2-3 minutes, then turn the console off and reboot it to see if it works
     
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    Okay so good news and bad news..

    Good news: Turns out the console does boot into xell! Just had to tinker with the component cables a little.

    Bad news: I do not have my most recent NAND dump or any dump at all. Throughout my time of inactivity the computer I used to use for all of my modding and xbox endeavors has broken. Is there any other alternative.. perhaps I can use someone else's NAND image?

    *EDIT*

    Did a little searching and found this

    http://www.se7ensins.com/forums/thr...ing-dumps-erasing-corrupting-the-nand.989323/

    Will this method work in my case?
     
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    Yes, that's actually a very good tutorial. However, follow it from the second post, the first one is for recovering the CPU key and LDV, which you already have from Xell.
     
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    Will do! Thank you for your help, much appreciated. Will keep this thread updated if I run into any other problems.

    *Edit*

    Just want to be sure, the USB that I am using needs to be in fat32 format correct?
     
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    Yes, let me know how it goes.
     
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    Im confused on if/ how to do it with a USB. The tutorial itself says you need to do it through the LPT cable connections (which i ripped off a while back).. I instead tried to just take the new updflash.bin created from j-runner and launch it into xell. Unfortunately that wasn't working either. Having trouble figuring out what I may be doing wrong.
     
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    What happens when you boot Xell with the updflash.bin file on a FAT32 flash drive?
     
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    A little hard to see, just recorded real quick with my phone. Either way it boots, runs a bunch of error messages and ends quickly. When i boot up my JTAG via power button after it still has 1 red ring (error 1101)
     
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    Have you tried plugging out the network cable?
     
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    network cable? Like an ethernet cable? If so, no I dont have one plugged in
     
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    Does this happen even with the flash drive not plugged in?
     
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    Yes, from what I can tell the error messages are the same with and without the flash drive plugged in
     
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    Have you tried just waiting it out? Maybe leave the console on for ~5 minutes and see if it detects the updflash.bin.
     
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    Still nothing, I know its reading the USB though because its lighting up and in XeLL it says

    (under fusesets)

    *USB/FAT init failed.
    *try booting tftp
    do tftp
    ....
    ........
    .....
     

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