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ModernJoker posted a topic in Other topicsSo I have a Falcon that had been sitting in a box for a good while that is a failed Rgh 1.2 attempt from when I first was diving into console modding. Long story short, I didn't know what I was doing at that point and managed to mistakenly flash a nand dump that belonged to a different console. This wouldn't be a huge issue but I no longer have any of the nand dumps from back then thanks to my lovely wife deciding to wipe the desktops hdd without giving me any heads up. Fast forward to today, I've removed the 1.2 wiring and glitch chip, and done RGH 3 wiring. Console would boot xell, but the cpu key in xell was rejected in jrunner as the wrong cpu key. Is there any hope of this console booting a hacked dash? I've built a donor nand image in jrunner, but the console will not boot xell or a hacked dash after flashing this nand image. I thought that the cpu key given in xell would be the correct one, even though I mistakenly wrote the wrong nand image to the console forever ago? If not, is there any possible way of recovering the cpu key at this point, or am I totally up a creek? I do have a dump of the nand that would boot xell so I can at least fall back to that point, if it helps at all. Thanks in advance to anyone who is willing to lend some advice.
Glitch/Nand Reader Product(s) used: Nand-X, Matrix Glitcher V1 Console Type: Jasper NAND size: 512mb Dashboard version: 2.0.17489.0 CB version: 6754 Screenshot of NAND details from J-Runner/Xebuild GUI: J-Runner/Xebuild Gui log: JRunner Log.txt Image of Glitch Chip: Havent Installed Yet Images of close-up soldering to motherboard: Will Provide As Soon As I Am Home. Soldering Looks very good. Description of problem: Okay, so I have checked my soldering points and everything is good. I have now redumped the nand on this Jasper 512mb close to 20 times. JRunner has not said nands are the same once. However, every single dump has the same error on the same bad block (Error: 250 reading block 720 (Bad Block ID @ 0xE4 [Offset: 0x1D64000]). The only difference I have seen in JRunner is that a few of the dumps had an error of Error: 250 reading block 720 and the rest were Error: 258 reading block 720. I compared the dumps in a hex editor and all only have differences on that block but in different locations on it. No two are the same. I AM GETTING SICK OF THE “OHHHH NOOO!” RESPONSE OUT OF JRunner! I have tried different versions of JRunner too. I have unsoldered, Clipped the Nand wires, and resoldered again. Then Re-Dumped (These are dumps 7 & 8 provided). Still Same exact error on same block. Per someone's suggestion I used Nand Compare to try and reconstruct a nand image. With all 8 of my nand dumps, i tried every variation and every combination of utilizing nand compare to rebuild a nand image. None of them match. That said, whats curious is that no matter what combination of 3 input original nand dumps i use to create a Reconstructed Nand, the Reconstructed nands are identical to eachother. So wouldnt that mean that the errors are occuring on the same exact bytes of data in all 8 nand dumps??? That would mean that for whatever reason that component/block of data is throwing a false byte read every time. So it is consistently inconsistent? Am I good to proceed? ---> Create the ECC, Write ECC, etc. ---> or what do I need to do or check at this point? I have attached all 8 of my nand dumps to this post. My Soldering (Brown Stuff is just dried flux, there are no bridges) nanddump1.bin nanddump2.bin nanddump3.bin nanddump4.bin nanddump5.bin nanddump6.bin nanddump7.bin nanddump8.bin
Dr.Gonzo posted a topic in Scene NewsTuxuser released a new version of his (PC) python based nand extractor. It scans the Filesystem header from your dumped Xbox One Nand Flash Image and extract the files on your PC. Following the release Log: Source: Github.com NANDOne-v003.zip
r987_ posted a topic in Other topicsI was recently playing my rgh xbox360 slim, it was connected with an ethernet cable to the LAN. When I clicked aurora home, it rebooted and went into the normal (outdated retail) dash and said something about updating the xbox has failed. Eject button isn't working at all therefore can't boot into xell. When I boot normally it sometimes goes to the dash and sometimes red ring with some error number, a few times it even booted into aurora and then immediately rebooted. The device doesn't seem to recognize the hard drive, I tried putting my hard drive in another xbox an it did recignize it. I have no backup of the nand dump. Is it possible to fix this? Thanks in advance.
Corona v4 4gb - Problem with nand dumper
Nacho Ortiz posted a topic in HomebrewHi, I have a Corona V4 that I want to dump nand. The problem is that it does not detect the sd devic-nand dumper (manufactured from the diagram of sd nand dumper). I soldered the contacts of the sd card reader directly to the wires. I did not use the sd card and check continuity between the sd card points and the sd card reader pcb points to solder the correct wires. The crystal is groundede to video output chassis (gnd) 4-6 pads next to nand are not bridged. I have connected the gnd point of the nand dumper with the pad number 6 Resistors rcs6 and 7 are bridged (the pads, because they had no resistance) I leave images of the installation. 1- https://ibb.co/m9wPJm72- https://ibb.co/p26w9j63- https://ibb.co/JcZ3RQy Any help? Thanks very much and sorry for my poor english