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Well I have a Falcon and it had the 0110 RAM error so I reflowed all of the RAM bricks and it turns on now but after a few days screen corruption starts to occur.
Rather than freezing the game continues to play and haven't seen it RROD.
I can even turn the Xbox off and back on an it still does it without freezing.

People are immediately going to say "oh, it's the GPU or HANA" but I highly doubt it since in Black Ops II whenever I press start the menus are normal and the guide menus are normal.
I noticed that the green lines and artifacts are present in areas with intense fog so I thought about how fog and textures are stored in the VRAM and the Xbox shares it so its probably the RAM.

Is my Xbox completely dead?

I also noticed a small chip on one of the corners of one RAM brick on the back but it is so tiny that I'm hoping is only superficial. Can RAM chips be reballed and/or replaced?​

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Well I have a Falcon and it had the 0110 RAM error so I reflowed all of the RAM bricks and it turns on now but after a few days screen corruption starts to occur.
Rather than freezing the game continues to play and haven't seen it RROD.
I can even turn the Xbox off and back on an it still does it without freezing.

People are immediately going to say "oh, it's the GPU or HANA" but I highly doubt it since in Black Ops II whenever I press start the menus are normal and the guide menus are normal.
I noticed that the green lines and artifacts are present in areas with intense fog so I thought about how fog and textures are stored in the VRAM and the Xbox shares it so its probably the RAM.

Is my Xbox completely dead?

I also noticed a small chip on one of the corners of one RAM brick on the back but it is so tiny that I'm hoping is only superficial. Can RAM chips be reballed and/or replaced?​

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Yes they can be replaced but doing so is one of the most difficult repairs on Xboxs and it will probably be expensive. It is possible that the RAM is the problem but it is also possible that you messed up the GPU from not properly shielding it during the reflow.
 
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Yes they can be replaced but doing so is one of the most difficult repairs on Xboxs and it will probably be expensive. It is possible that the RAM is the problem but it is also possible that you messed up the GPU from not properly shielding it during the reflow.
I'm guessing I fixed it now. Right after I took these pictures it turned off on me and then showed E74. I shielded everything but the HANA chip even though I was doubtful and seconds after the reflow I risked killing it by taking a plastic screwdriver and tapping the HANA chip ever so slightly. Then waited 30 mins put it together and BAM it works without artifacts and have been playing longer than I even had played on this Xbox.
 
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I'm guessing I fixed it now. Right after I took these pictures it turned off on me and then showed E74. I shielded everything but the HANA chip even though I was doubtful and seconds after the reflow I risked killing it by taking a plastic screwdriver and tapping the HANA chip ever so slightly. Then waited 30 mins put it together and BAM it works without artifacts and have been playing longer than I even had played on this Xbox.
Won't last forever but it should be fine for a bit. When it RRODs again you should get it done professionally because successive heatgun reflows damage the thing.
 
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i have an xbox 360 slim and every time i turn it on it freezes within 10 seconds. ADVICE???????
 
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