1. FXDX

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    A Nintendo Swich came into service with the blue screen of death (BSOD)
    The first time i tried was a reball to the eMMC memory, but without success. Then, i turned my attention to the Nvidia Tegra SoC processor. This time after the reball, the console came back to life. It is the second Switch, that i successfully reball.
    This time the footage is of better quality and more explicit. I hope to help those interested a little.
    I apologize for my bad english.



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    You are working on the coolest project I've seen so far. Keep up the good work. Thanks
     
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    Thank you bro very much.:switch:
     
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    hi
    how many cases is eMMC fault vs tegra fault?

    i learn a lot with you.
    i think with the new hack we have a lot emmc repair. well thanks cools proyect.
     
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    Could there be a way to use a much larger Storage Chip?
     
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    Thx ! I had four cases of reball at the Tegra processor and a few cases where eMMC needed reball. A few cases that eMMC were broken and had corrupt nand. To the broken eMMC, i had nothing to do with them because I could not read data from it to rewrite them in another new eMMC.

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    Yes it is possible, you can replace the 32Gb eMMC with one larger than 128 or 256GB, but it only works on consoles that are not patched because you need a nand dump.
    However, I think it would work on a patched console if you dump hardware nand with a programmer who can read and rewrite all eMMC partitions.
     
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    Crazy... I was just watching your video on YouTube today doing this reballing. I googled too see if you had a shop, but I couldn’t find any info. Awesome videos man, I have a switch that I can’t get to turn on and I was watching your videos trying to see if you had the same issue as me and if your repair fixed it. Keep up the awesome content.
     
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    Thank you very much. I have a small repair shop. I have no higher education in electronics. It's just passion and I'm a self-taught guy. I learned on my own over time. I "specialize" if I can say so in reballing. I've been doing this for a few years........
     
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