Did you remove the JTAG wiring when you wrote retail back? Manually writing a image to the nand should not have blown an eFuse.
When you use god format, file placement is really key when you put it on the hard drive. Use 360isoextract to extract the game data, then just put...
What format are your games in? Don't use FTP for games, especially over WiFi, always use USB.
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If you didn't mess with anything, probably the ribbon cable. Check to make sure all connections on drive are tight and the ribbon cable is secure....
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.
More then likely a loose solder ball on the board or its the chip. Write back stock, remove the chip, see what happens.
The ROL wire goes to the ROL pad on coolrunner.
As long as liveblock is on in dashlaunch, just connect to the internet. You will be able to get TU from Aurora, but nothing related to XBL will work.
Nope. The x360USB pro will pull the key. Flashing it is a different story.
Red dot on the power brick means you have a short somewhere. More then likely soldering related. Can really help without some close up photos.
Stick with RGH1.2
There are plenty of people in the homebrew section that can do this for you.
1. Yes, skip the flashing the chip part.
2. B is post. You can remove the heatsink, scrape the pad and solder there. Probably outside of the...
Should. Just select retail image when rebuilding it.
Yes sir. After you boot xell, you write nanddump1.bin back to the console and remove the glitch chip
As said above, the 16D5S required RGH for key extraction.
Photo's are back up.
Yes it is, and sorry. Dont know a place in ireland.
A, dont need it. B. Dont need it. C. Ca. Be fixed in 15 minutes. ..
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