Xbox 360 rgh

Discussion in 'Xbox 360 - Hacking & Homebrew' started by Edvis, Sep 23, 2018.

  1. Edvis
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    Sorry if there is thread about this problem. But the thing is i wanted to play my xbox after long time. And when i try to start them from fsd it says update required, i cant start any games even xex menu doesnt work. Im a bit noob about this and dont know what i should try it to fix it. At first i tried dumping nand and updating in it from pc. But it says there's too many bad blocks. Any suggestions?
     
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    Try this on one of the oldest NANDs you have.

    Did you solder the LPT/NAND-X yourself?
    Might want to check solder connections.
     
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    Thanks for quick reply! Umm no i gave it to local store and they made all the work. The last time i used it , i think i made avatar update, but it did not work maybe this is the problem. Ill try checking solder connections. BTW what if i dont have my backup nands?
     
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    I see.

    Try dumping the NAND a few times.
    See if it differs.
     
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    Nope it always says bad blocks. I tried several times. Oh well im lost now.
     
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    Hm, you could solder in a Dual NAND chip.
    All you really need is a CPU key and a keyvault, rest of the NAND should be possible to recreate with JRunner.