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Discussion in 'Xbox 360 - Hacking & Homebrew' started by DinohScene, Sep 12, 2012.
Literally first google hit would've told you that
The reset wire could be shorter I guess I'll try that now. Would you recommend an alternative rst point or stay with the standard one?
Stick to the normal points.
Play around with the wire length a bit.
Make sure it's not near any source of EMI (those coil shaped things)
I noticed it's probably because of the PLL point. The pad is lifted and I couldnt find an alternative for jasper16mb
edit: or not I used this point but it behaves exactly the same like i didnt solder PLL at all
after the fifth rewire it looks messy but besides PLL it seems okay?
You sure PLL isn't bridged?
Are the wires running anywhere near any coils?
Nowhere near coils, no.
The original PLL pad lifted off and i read in a forum that soldering it to the resistor next to it should work too. But it doesn't, and previously when the pad was still attached it behaved exactly the same.
Do you know any alternative PLL point? Or anything else whihc could be the problem?
Scrape the trace leading to the PLL point and resolder them.
If the 360 still boots fine without the chip attached then nothing has been broken.
All I can think of is your reset wire length.
That's pretty much the majority of the booting problems.
yeah its still booting fine after flashing the nandbackup
I tried different length for the RST wire already as someone else told me to do that already.
It didn't matter if it was pretty long(30cm) or as short(13,5cm) as it possibly can be.
I'll try scraping the PLL trace if i can find it
Other then soldering and wire length, there isn't to much to it.
Good luck with it!
is there any location or online stores that sell these items need xbox360usb pro, probe etc having no luck searching
Team Xecuters website should list official resellers.
Would this device be appropriate to flash my 360
X360USB PRO V2 Connectivity Kit for Xbox 360
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Yes, if you have a Phatty or flashable Slim drive.