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does chips like x360ace must have timing files because i didnt receive programming cable with my nand Zzz.
so now i cant boot console only shows red lights :biggrin:
 
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does chips like x360ace must have timing files because i didnt receive programming cable with my nand Zzz.
so now i cant boot console only shows red lights :biggrin:
Yes, Ace chips have and require timing files.
 
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aight, do i need to get power my console if i flash chip because i already soldered that to console. i need to order programming cable then lul idk why my nand didnt have one...
 
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aight, do i need to get power my console if i flash chip because i already soldered that to console. i need to order programming cable then lul idk why my nand didnt have one...
If it's already soldered you should be able to just solder the programming cable and program as normal, it shouldn't make a difference.

Is it the Ace v3? Or do you have an older model Ace?
 
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yeah its v3, so my console doesnt atm let boot because my chip doesnt include timings ? only shows red light on power brick
 
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yeah its v3, so my console doesnt atm let boot because my chip doesnt include timings ? only shows red light on power brick
Which motherboard are you working with?
 
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Then yeah that'd be why.

Once you get the programming cable, and download the timing files, you'll want to program it with TR_L_0.6_T_60.6.
 
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I used the Cr4 speed up files from 15432's timing files for the Ace v3. I started with 300mhz and would get around 2-3 minute boot times. Switched to 200mhz, using "timing_60.7" and the "TR_L_0.9_T_60.7.xsvf" timing file and I get 2-15 second boot times. Add me on skype: moahfy for any further help. Good luck and don't give up if she won't boot. Trinity's are easy to work with. Hope this helps.

Timing files: [Click here to view this link]
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These are the points I used (google image not mine). Shorten the "D" or cpu_rst wire and you should get nice boot times.
 
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S Speech , N Noobert got programming cable now new problems in ...
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Flashing C:\Users\VaPaXyZz\Desktop\j-runner v3 (beta 7)\15432's timings\ace rgh2 -------------\TRINITY\300 Mhz\timing_60.6\TR_L_0.6_T_60.6.xsvf to CoolRunner
Input Filesize: AA78
Output Filesize: 3B4D
Failed with 0x0002 status!
 
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I used the Cr4 speed up files from 15432's timing files for the Ace v3. I started with 300mhz and would get around 2-3 minute boot times. Switched to 200mhz, using "timing_60.7" and the "TR_L_0.9_T_60.7.xsvf" timing file and I get 2-15 second boot times. Add me on skype: moahfy for any further help. Good luck and don't give up if she won't boot. Trinity's are easy to work with. Hope this helps.

Timing files: [Click here to view this link]
Virus scan: Here


These are the points I used (google image not mine). Shorten the "D" or cpu_rst wire and you should get nice boot times.
Your D is still too long, I get trinity boot in 4 seconds almost everytime with ace v
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