Hacking Jasper Xbox 360 Phat RGH 1.2 Attempt Issues. Any feedback/help would be greatly appreciated.

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Hello everyone,

I recently have attempted to RGH 1.2 my Jasper Xbox 360 using a Coolrunner Rev C and a JR-Programmer V2. I was able to get it to the point where I was booting Xell and installed operating system on to the console as well and all appeared well. However, when I was turning on the console there was no sound coming through to my tv from the console. Assuming it was probably a soldering issue, I attempted to resolver my points and after resoldering my points I began getting the RROD with error code 0010. Attempting to fix that issue I re-soldered any points that appeared to be presenting issues. I especially attempted to desolder and resolder my PLL point as that was the trickiest portion to avoid bridging. After consistently getting the RROD with error code 0010 I attempted to try and put my stock NAND backup back on to my console in order to see if stock firmware would boot. After re-soldering my JR Programmer points, Jrunner beta 8 consistently started to give the error "Version: 10 Flash Config: 0x00000000 Can not Continue" and I was not able to put my stock NAND back onto my console. Therefore I kept trying to solder my points on to my Xbox until it worked again. Now however, my Xbox is not turning on, not even the green or red lights appear. It appears as if it's completely dead. I certainly hope this is not the case and was wondering if anyone can give me feedback/assistance on what they think might be the issue and any help is truly gratefully appreciated as I really want to at least be able to boot this console with at least stock NAND again if not RGH. Below are links to pictures of my motherboard currently without any of the solder wires attached on. Thank you.
 

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Hello everyone,

I recently have attempted to RGH 1.2 my Jasper Xbox 360 using a Coolrunner Rev C and a JR-Programmer V2. I was able to get it to the point where I was booting Xell and installed operating system on to the console as well and all appeared well. However, when I was turning on the console there was no sound coming through to my tv from the console. Assuming it was probably a soldering issue, I attempted to resolver my points and after resoldering my points I began getting the RROD with error code 0010. Attempting to fix that issue I re-soldered any points that appeared to be presenting issues. I especially attempted to desolder and resolder my PLL point as that was the trickiest portion to avoid bridging. After consistently getting the RROD with error code 0010 I attempted to try and put my stock NAND backup back on to my console in order to see if stock firmware would boot. After re-soldering my JR Programmer points, Jrunner beta 8 consistently started to give the error "Version: 10 Flash Config: 0x00000000 Can not Continue" and I was not able to put my stock NAND back onto my console. Therefore I kept trying to solder my points on to my Xbox until it worked again. Now however, my Xbox is not turning on, not even the green or red lights appear. It appears as if it's completely dead. I certainly hope this is not the case and was wondering if anyone can give me feedback/assistance on what they think might be the issue and any help is truly gratefully appreciated as I really want to at least be able to boot this console with at least stock NAND again if not RGH. Below are links to pictures of my motherboard currently without any of the solder wires attached on. Thank you.
 

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I have not got good reference stuff here to check against (best I have is http://xbox-360.logic-sunrise.com/n...es-meres-jasper-du-cote-gpu-et-module-rf.html ) but a few of those look like you might have lifted a few pads/traces
For AB5E6864-5547-4517-9387-FE3... then C3B1 and C3B2 look iffy (possible short, possibly missing a component, definitely some trace gone at one point). Nothing you can't repair, though it might be tricky as you might get to run a wire between points in that.

Below the header in 8AAE9A65-7B27-4403-B04C-34... then I am not sure about C2B12 (could be a slip with an iron, or just the angle and light).

In 2C02DDFA-246D-499B-8E2A-10... under that xclamp is not looking so hot. Between R7R9 and the xclamp looks like some ripped pads and possibly a missing component (a resistor going by the colour on that logic sunrise post, and being that close to something interesting means more chance of it having some effect on booting or not).
 
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