Need and Infectus expert!

Discussion in 'Xbox 360 - Hacking & Homebrew' started by StillBlue, Nov 22, 2011.

Nov 22, 2011
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    StillBlue New Member

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    I have my my infectus set up using a 360-clip soldered to it.

    After dumping the NAND's on my FAT a few times, until I was happy with it, I edited the dumps as per the dospiedras method and started to rewrite them to the NAND's.

    The first NAND wrote fine, then the Infectus wouldn't connect to the second one. After trying again and again, I put it back to the chip I had already rewritten and no sucess with that one now.

    After a closer look, it appeared the infectus firmware had corrupted as it was showing as 02Mod in the programmer, rather than Double NAND.

    I have gone back to reinstall the firmware to infectus and I am getting the following.

    When I try to load the .dat file I get:-

    Code:
    ActID = 02a121cf
    ExpID = 02a121cf
    Initializing Target Device...
    Setting BSR Configurations...
    Reading Security...
    Verifying FPGA Array...
    Verify 0 failed Row Number : 1242
    
    And it comes back with 'Failed to Verify FPGA'

    If I try to erase I get:-

    Code:
    ActID = 02a121cf
    ExpID = 02a121cf
    Initializing Target Device...
    Setting BSR Configurations...
    Reading Security...
    Erase...
    ACTEL_SLOG_UROW =
    FF FF FF FF BB E5 70 2B 10 08 04 02 C1 06 C9 00
    Programming UROW...
    
    And it comes back with 'Failed to Program UROW'

    I did find just before the firmware corrupt that the chip was getting hot, I have seen Deadlyfoez post regarding pins 13+14 on the ribbon cable, and tried this, but it seems to make little difference for reloading the firmware on the Infectus.

    Any suggestions would be great.

    TIA
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    DeadlyFoez Want Hell? Get married!!

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    No idea man. I've never had that issue. All I can say is remove the 360 clip to make sure all your solder connections are good and nothing is grounded out.
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    Hmm. Have checked soldering etc, and nothing obvious. Are there any other ways to update the firmware other than the official tools? Are there any other .dat files (seems the 17_0102A121_double_nand.dat acts differently to others).

    Have seen a few cases of the same problem, but no answers.

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