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Hello, I attempted to RGH my Corona V1 using the Ace V3 about a week ago. After numerous stumps in my plan, I ended up pulling the CPU_RST pad, R4P4 in this case, seen below. I've been reading on Team-X's forums, and on here, and have found out the that I can repair this RLOD by performing a fix with the alternate point, FT3T10 I've been struggling to understand how i preform this fix. I noticed Swizzy made a post trying to help someone else out with this issue, after reading it multiple times, I am still unable to understand it. From what I understand, i soldering some wire from this new CPU_RST point, to somewhere else on the motherboard? So, could someone please explain where the ending of this wire would go, and how I would continue my RGH hack. Thanks , James
? Hey guys.. What a bad day. My previous 360 Phat (Fffffalcon board) bummed out on my, so I bought another working board for a few bucks. After I removed the complete R-JTAG with all QSB's and reinstalled it into the new Jasper board, I couldn't get it to glitch (POST79 LOAD_XAM each time although XELL should not get to 79). Some time later I decided to wire the AUD_CLAMP manually using the 2 x 1N4148 diodes and an optional resistor method, as the little QSB suffer previous damage. As soon as I did that I started getting RRODs each time I try to boot XELL. I triple check everything and found that I accidentally soldered the AUD_CLAMP wire to Q2N3 instead of Q2N1 ? Do you guys think I fried it? Gettin 0022 RROD with each try AND with the whole R-JTAG disconnected ?☹️? EDIT: Error 0022 not 0010 sorry