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    Re: NEW: Unflag console guide

    If I leave it in the console, do I need to disable it in any way. Does it have any affect on the start up of the xbox if I just leave it installed without any jtag software on the box? If I have to disconnect the unit, what is the easiest way...remove the 3v3 wire ?

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    Re: NEW: Unflag console guide

    You can put a switch on the 3v3 wire and enable/disable it like that, or switch from NOR to PRG mode to stop the chip that way.

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    Re: NEW: Unflag console guide

    I used this method to unflag etc. but now have lost drive functionality my xbox willl jus blink green till i unplug the dvd drive but after i do that it powers jus fine and works ive went back to the original nand and this still happens. im going to flash my dvd drive to stock and check the drive number but i couldnt imagine my drive number changed itself. Liteon phat console

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    Re: NEW: Unflag console guide

    Does the xbox have to be offline after the flag for this to work?

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    Re: NEW: Unflag console guide

    Quote Originally Posted by lmarney View Post
    I used this method to unflag etc. but now have lost drive functionality my xbox willl jus blink green till i unplug the dvd drive but after i do that it powers jus fine and works ive went back to the original nand and this still happens. im going to flash my dvd drive to stock and check the drive number but i couldnt imagine my drive number changed itself. Liteon phat console
    This has nothing to do with the process and everything to do with what you did with it.

    I've seen other people kill the SATA connection on consoles by soldering and by the sound of things you've just fallen into that category. The fact you said you flashed the original NAND back and it's still doing it alreadys answers your question.

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    Re: NEW: Unflag console guide

    i screwed up on the cool runner solder point near the hana chip tore out the resistor and wire clear to the hana chip(fixed that obviously) if one of the resistors next to the solder point blew would that cause the sata to not work. none of the area near the sata is scratched or broken. possibly heat damage but i didnt get close to the sata with solder gun i checked everything out with a mag. glass and everything seemed fine. i guess i could jus buy a banned box and replace cpu key at this point.
    why would the xbox recognize the drive being plugged and unplugged if the sata was blown
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    Re: NEW: Unflag console guide

    Don't turn this thread into a repair one. Your first post gave no information and now it's extremely clear why you're having problems. You flashed the original NAND back and it doesn't work, which means there's more damage elsewhere. I explained before this is not a noob-friendly process and this is why.

    Oh, and you won't be able to swap the KV from another box - that won't work either.

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    Re: NEW: Unflag console guide

    so,

    the console don't have more histories.
    I just try update them but i have the E81 error!

    i don't know what to do...

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    Re: NEW: Unflag console guide

    Quote Originally Posted by sidney.dinis View Post
    so,

    the console don't have more histories.
    I just try update them but i have the E81 error!

    i don't know what to do...
    I don't know what this means, sorry.

    Either the NAND needs rebuilding (as per this thread) or you may have an issue with one of the large capacitors around the CPU.

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    Re: NEW: Unflag console guide

    Dont Listen to Martin C hes to cocky and doesnt know what hes talking after hours of trying to figure out why my DVD drive wasnt working I decided to make my clean Nand in the new Xnandhealer instead of 360 multi build. Because of his comments i almost trashed a perfectly working xbox!!!

    Thanks for nothing and Thanks for making a useless tutorial
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    Re: NEW: Unflag console guide

    Quote Originally Posted by lmarney View Post
    Dont Listen to Martin C hes to cocky and doesnt know what hes talking after hours of trying to figure out why my DVD drive wasnt working I decided to make my clean Nand in the new Xnandhealer instead of 360 multi build. Because of his comments i almost trashed a perfectly working xbox!!!

    Thanks for nothing and Thanks for making a useless tutorial
    Is anyone going to listen to you? No.

    You flashed your ORIGINAL UNTOUCHED NAND back and said the DVD wasn't working working. If you have it working now, it means you did something wrong in the steps. Blame me all you like, but I'm not the fud who can't solder or follow instructions.

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    Re: NEW: Unflag console guide

    Hello there,
    Martin my coolrunner arrived some days ago and i did try this tutorial...
    I got my Cpu key, my bad block Nand, used Easy ggbuild and Multibuilder to make a retail image, flashed it to my nand but My Xbox wont power on, wont boot, no lights, No nothing. Wrote the nand that i dumped originally and it come to live powering on again..

    Few thing heres, i got Ap2.5 flag via the last silent dae.bin table update i was playing MW3.
    2nd, My dumped Nand have bad block at 45 and 82, i used the "original" dumped nand without remapping in ggbuild (because ggbuild remapp it) and NO GO.
    I used a remapped (remapped it in flash tool) nand of my dumped in ggbuild and Dont work neither, the Xbox as i said Dont power on, any lights or boot.
    My cpu is good because it decrypts in flash tool.

    Btw sorry for my english

    So in conclusion the retail image made by easy ggbuild or multi builder is not letting my xbox to turn on.
    Any tip ?,, going to try nand healer to see what i get.

    BTW, when i remap any bad block i will still see the error in the same place while writing the image in nandpro ? because i still see the error 250 at 45 and 250 at 82 even if is remapped.
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    Re: NEW: Unflag console guide

    You haven't mentioned what type of console you have!

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    Re: NEW: Unflag console guide

    Software and hardware is a hit or miss process Martin not everything works a hundred %.Don't make tutorials if your don't care to help people.

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    Re: NEW: Unflag console guide

    Quote Originally Posted by Martin C View Post
    You haven't mentioned what type of console you have!
    Upps , i have a Falcon.

    Now looking here, the retail image made by easy ggbuild when i try to open it in Flash Dump Tool (0.93) says. Error : Coulnt Read file o.O

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    Re: NEW: Unflag console guide

    Quote Originally Posted by lmarney View Post
    Software and hardware is a hit or miss process Martin not everything works a hundred %.Don't make tutorials if your don't care to help people.
    Especially when you can't solder and end up pulling traces or can't flash an image back to your NAND..

    This guide ASSUMES you know what you're doing - you clearly don't, otherwise you wouldn't have gotten yourself in such a mess.

    I will also remind you that the reading and writing of the NAND is a standard process. The building of a retail image is done by ggbuild. Neither of which are written by me but BOTH work fine on the dozens of consoles I've used them on. All I've done is typed up a step-by-step guide to create a clean retail NAND using both these tools.

    Bearing in mind that at any point you should be able to write your original NAND back to get it working, I'm hardly going to be held responsible when you mess up. Read the tutorial AGAIN. It says to make sure you have a GOOD NAND DUMP. I think I've wasted more time on replying to you than I care to, so we'll leave it there.

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    Quote Originally Posted by TheTechnician View Post
    Upps , i have a Falcon.

    Now looking here, the retail image made by easy ggbuild when i try to open it in Flash Dump Tool (0.93) says. Error : Coulnt Read file o.O
    Did you make sure you have a good NAND dump to begin with? Can you post your nandflash.log created by the process?

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    Re: NEW: Unflag console guide

    Quote Originally Posted by Martin C View Post

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    Did you make sure you have a good NAND dump to begin with? Can you post your nandflash.log created by the process?

    You mean the log of ggbuild ?
    Btw do you know for what is the dae.bin that is inside of "my360" folder ?, im thinking if ggbuild use it to make the image that is the reason why my image doesnt work ? because i have a more new dae.bin
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    Re: NEW: Unflag console guide

    yes, in the same folder where nandflash.bin was created is nandflash.log.

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    Re: NEW: Unflag console guide

    Quote Originally Posted by Martin C View Post
    yes, in the same folder where nandflash.bin was created is nandflash.log.
    Btw do you know for what is the dae.bin that is inside of "my360" folder ?, im thinking if ggbuild use it to make the image that is the reason why my image doesnt work ? because i have a more new dae.bin

    about the name, is different , im making retail image so in multibuilder is named retail_image.bin
    Code:
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         ggBuild v0.33.273
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    building a retail image
    data directory overridden from command line to '13604'
    per build directory overridden from command line to 'my360'
    file name overridden from command line to 'retail_image.bin'
    
    ------ parsing user ini at '.\my360\options.ini' ------
    loading file...done!
    pre-parsing and sanitizing
    done!
    User options.ini loaded, 0xe6 bytes in memory
    loading cpukey.txt from .\my360\cpukey.txt
    CPU Key set to: 0x71929DXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXX
    setting 1blkey from ini: 0xDD88AD0C9ED669E7B56794FB68563EFA
    1BL Key set to: 0xDD88AD0C9ED669E7B56794FB68563EFA sum: 0x983 (expects: 0x983)
    Using nonandmu option (ini file)
    Using patchsmc option (ini file)
    
    ------ Checking .\my360\nanddump.bin ------
    Loading NAND dump...done!
    NAND dump is from a small block machine
    NAND dump uses small block controller
    parsing dump into user and spare...
    bad block at 0x45 (raw offset 0x11ca00), block ignored
    bad block at 0x82 (raw offset 0x218400), block ignored
    block 0x0 was remapped to block 0x1d6, entering remap instance 3
    block 0x82 was remapped to block 0x3fe at remap instance 1
    block 0x45 was remapped to block 0x3ff at remap instance 0
    done!
    cleaning up stray remaps
    done!
    --remap summary--
    0: source: 0x0045 dest: 0x03ff
    1: source: 0x0082 dest: 0x03fe
    2: source: 0x0000 dest: 0x01d6
    -----------------
    decrypting KeyVault at address 0x4000 of size 0x4000
    keyvault decrypted OK, will use if no kv.bin is provided
    decrypting SMC at address 0x1000 of size 0x3000
    SMC decrypted OK, will use if no external smc.bin is provided
    seeking smc config in dump...found at offset 0xf7c000! Using if no smc config is provided.
    CF slot 0 decrypted ok LDV 0x09 Pairing: 0xe95d2e
    CF slot 1 decrypted ok LDV 0x08 Pairing: 0xe95d2e
    setting LDV from image to 9
    setting pairing data from image to 0xe95d2e
    MobileB.dat found at page 0x7938, size 2048 (0x800) bytes
    MobileC.dat found at page 0x68c4, size 512 (0x200) bytes
    MobileD.dat found at page 0x7b48, size 2048 (0x800) bytes
    MobileE.dat found at page 0x2918, size 2048 (0x800) bytes
    
    ------ parsing ini at '.\13604\filelist.ini' ------
    ini version 13604
    
    ini: label [falconbl] found
    found (1) 'cb_5771.bin' crc: 0x859140f0
    found (2) 'cb_bnone.bin' crc: 0x00000000
    found (3) 'cd_8453.bin' crc: 0x25e0acd0
    found (4) 'ce_1888.bin' crc: 0xff9b60df
    found (5) 'cf_13604.bin' crc: 0x639a4cd7
    found (6) 'cg_13604.bin' crc: 0x7e9f5364
    
    ini: label [flashfs] found
    found (1) 'aac.xexp' crc: 0xdaed8bc7
    found (2) 'bootanim.xex' crc: 0x8a7ab1b4
    found (3) 'createprofile.xex' crc: 0xe19ca8c4
    found (4) 'dash.xex' crc: 0xecdaf6c0
    found (5) 'deviceselector.xex' crc: 0xaa4579d1
    found (6) 'gamerprofile.xex' crc: 0xebc5fec3
    found (7) 'hud.xex' crc: 0xe2410ee1
    found (8) 'huduiskin.xex' crc: 0x390eac39
    found (9) 'mfgbootlauncher.xex' crc: 0xf3637ed9
    found (10) 'minimediaplayer.xex' crc: 0x23d28bb8
    found (11) 'nomni.xexp' crc: 0xed7cd3f5
    found (12) 'nomnifwk.xexp' crc: 0x2c6fd7e8
    found (13) 'nomnifwm.xexp' crc: 0xaa978831
    found (14) 'signin.xex' crc: 0xf7436a62
    found (15) 'updater.xex' crc: 0xd0cd6753
    found (16) 'vk.xex' crc: 0x65f4eec0
    found (17) 'xam.xex' crc: 0x2a74ee0f
    found (18) 'xenonclatin.xtt' crc: 0xd5d17ff5
    found (19) 'xenonclatin.xttp' crc: 0x7a507ad1
    found (20) 'xenonjklatin.xtt' crc: 0xdde4a14c
    found (21) 'xenonjklatin.xttp' crc: 0x945b7092
    found (22) 'ximecore.xex' crc: 0xccb87938
    found (23) 'ximedic.xex' crc: 0x1d992bfb
    found (24) 'ximedic.xexp' crc: 0x47a55af9
    found (25) '..\launch.xex' crc: 0x00000000
    found (26) '..\lhelper.xex' crc: 0x00000000
    
    ini: label [security] found
    found (1) 'crl.bin' crc: 0x00000000
    found (2) 'dae.bin' crc: 0x00000000
    found (3) 'extended.bin' crc: 0x00000000
    found (4) 'fcrt.bin' crc: 0x00000000
    found (5) 'secdata.bin' crc: 0x00000000
    ------ ini parsing completed ------
    
    output name overridden to: retail_image.bin
    
    Writing initial header to flash image
    
    ------ Loading bootloaders and required security files ------
    reading .\my360\smc.bin failed, using smc.bin from nand dump
    reading .\my360\kv.bin failed, using kv.bin from nand dump
    reading .\13604\cb_5771.bin (0x9340 bytes) (crc32: 0x859140f0 ini: 0x859140f0)
    reading .\13604\cd_8453.bin (0x5780 bytes) (crc32: 0x25e0acd0 ini: 0x25e0acd0)
    reading .\13604\ce_1888.bin (0x5606a b pad 0x56070 b) (crc32: 0xff9b60df ini: 0xff9b60df)
    reading .\13604\cf_13604.bin (0x4450 bytes) (crc32: 0x639a4cd7 ini: 0x639a4cd7)
    reading .\13604\cg_13604.bin (0x659e0 bytes) (crc32: 0x7e9f5364 ini: 0x7e9f5364)
    reading .\my360\smc_config.bin failed, using smc_config.bin from nand dump
    -------------------
    checking smc_config
    -------------------
    extracting config
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    SMC config info:
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    Target temps: Cpu:  80ÝC Gpu:  75ÝC Edram:  78ÝC
    Max temps   : Cpu: 100ÝC Gpu: 100ÝC Edram: 102ÝC
    Cpu Fan     : (auto)
    Gpu Fan     : (auto)
    MAC Address : 00:1d:d8:62:a6:c1
    AVRegion    : 0x00000100 (NTSC-M)
    GameRegion  : 0x00ff (NTSC/US)
    DVDRegion   : 1
    resetKey    : URRL
    ---------------------
    Checking ini for smc config data patches
    smc was not patched
    ---------------------
    done!
    retail image, patches skipped
    
    ------ Encrypting and finalizing bootloaders ------
    SMC checksum: 1d0c613e
    clean SMC found, type: Falcon 1.6
    clean smc.bin found!
    done!
    
    ------ Adding bootloaders to flash image ------
    adding smc.bin to 0x00001000 len 0x3000
    adding kv.bin to 0x00004000 len 0x4000
    adding cb_5771.bin to 0x00008000 len 0x9340
    adding cb_bnone.bin to 0x00011340 len 0x0
    adding cd_8453.bin to 0x00011340 len 0x5780
    adding ce_1888.bin to 0x00016ac0 len 0x56070
    retail image, skipping xell-gggggg.bin
    adding cf_13604.bin to 0x00070000 len 0x4450
    adding cg_13604.bin to 0x00074450 len 0x659e0
    retail image, skipping patches_fat.bin
    Fixing up FS table...done!
    Writing CG patch slot overflow data to sysupdate.xexp1...done!
    
    ------ adding 26 firmware files ------
    reading .\13604\aac.xexp (0x4800 bytes) (crc32: 0xdaed8bc7 ini: 0xdaed8bc7)
    reading .\13604\bootanim.xex (0x55000 bytes) (crc32: 0x8a7ab1b4 ini: 0x8a7ab1b4)
    reading .\13604\createprofile.xex (0xc000 bytes) (crc32: 0xe19ca8c4 ini: 0xe19ca8c4)
    reading .\13604\dash.xex (0x5e7000 bytes) (crc32: 0xecdaf6c0 ini: 0xecdaf6c0)
    reading .\13604\deviceselector.xex (0x9000 bytes) (crc32: 0xaa4579d1 ini: 0xaa4579d1)
    reading .\13604\gamerprofile.xex (0x1a000 bytes) (crc32: 0xebc5fec3 ini: 0xebc5fec3)
    reading .\13604\hud.xex (0x1f000 bytes) (crc32: 0xe2410ee1 ini: 0xe2410ee1)
    reading .\13604\huduiskin.xex (0x11000 bytes) (crc32: 0x390eac39 ini: 0x390eac39)
    reading .\13604\mfgbootlauncher.xex (0x8000 bytes) (crc32: 0xf3637ed9 ini: 0xf3637ed9)
    reading .\13604\minimediaplayer.xex (0xc000 bytes) (crc32: 0x23d28bb8 ini: 0x23d28bb8)
    reading .\13604\nomni.xexp (0xd000 bytes) (crc32: 0xed7cd3f5 ini: 0xed7cd3f5)
    reading .\13604\nomnifwk.xexp (0x2000 bytes) (crc32: 0x2c6fd7e8 ini: 0x2c6fd7e8)
    reading .\13604\nomnifwm.xexp (0x5000 bytes) (crc32: 0xaa978831 ini: 0xaa978831)
    reading .\13604\signin.xex (0x12000 bytes) (crc32: 0xf7436a62 ini: 0xf7436a62)
    reading .\13604\updater.xex (0x8000 bytes) (crc32: 0xd0cd6753 ini: 0xd0cd6753)
    reading .\13604\vk.xex (0x9000 bytes) (crc32: 0x65f4eec0 ini: 0x65f4eec0)
    reading .\13604\xam.xex (0x218000 bytes) (crc32: 0x2a74ee0f ini: 0x2a74ee0f)
    reading .\13604\xenonclatin.xtt (0x11b000 bytes) (crc32: 0xd5d17ff5 ini: 0xd5d17ff5)
    reading .\13604\xenonclatin.xttp (0x18000 bytes) (crc32: 0x7a507ad1 ini: 0x7a507ad1)
    reading .\13604\xenonjklatin.xtt (0x1a8000 bytes) (crc32: 0xdde4a14c ini: 0xdde4a14c)
    reading .\13604\xenonjklatin.xttp (0x7000 bytes) (crc32: 0x945b7092 ini: 0x945b7092)
    reading .\13604\ximecore.xex (0x15000 bytes) (crc32: 0xccb87938 ini: 0xccb87938)
    reading .\13604\ximedic.xex (0x90000 bytes) (crc32: 0x1d992bfb ini: 0x1d992bfb)
    reading .\13604\ximedic.xexp (0x2800 bytes) (crc32: 0x47a55af9 ini: 0x47a55af9)
    
    ***** could not read .\13604\..\launch.xex, skipping *****
    
    ***** could not read .\13604\..\lhelper.xex, skipping *****
    
    ------ adding 5 security files ------
    reading .\my360\crl.bin (0x9e0 bytes)
    writing as crl.bin to flash
    reading .\my360\dae.bin (0xad30 bytes)
    writing as dae.bin to flash
    reading .\my360\extended.bin (0x4000 bytes)
    writing as extended.bin to flash
    ***** could not read fcrt.bin, skipping *****
    reading .\my360\secdata.bin (0x400 bytes)
    writing as secdata.bin to flash
    
    ------ checking for Mobile*.dat ------
    MobileB.dat was found in dump, 0x800 bytes, adding type 0x31
    MobileC.dat was found in dump, 0x200 bytes, adding type 0x32
    MobileD.dat was found in dump, 0x800 bytes, adding type 0x33
    MobileE.dat was found in dump, 0x800 bytes, adding type 0x34
    
    ------ adding smc_config.bin ------
    
    ------ finalizing image ------
    Fixing up empty FS block entries...done!
    Writing FS table to image...done!
    calculating ECD bytes and assembling raw image...done!
    remapping 3 blocks
        copying 0x4200 bytes of LBA 0x45 to block 0x3ff...zero fill origin...done!
        copying 0x4200 bytes of LBA 0x82 to block 0x3fe...zero fill origin...done!
        copying 0x4200 bytes of LBA 0x0 to block 0x1d6...zero fill origin...done!
    done!
    writing file 'retail_image.bin' to disk...done!
    retail_image.bin written OK
    
    ---------------------------------------------------------------
    retail_image.bin retail image built, info:
    ---------------------------------------------------------------
    console  : falcon
    NAND size: 16MiB
    CPU Key  : 71929DA455E71BD95654E071D1018C33
    1BL Key  : DD88AD0C9ED669E7B56794FB68563EFA
    CF LDV   : 9
    ---------------------------------------------------------------
        ggBuild Finished. Have a nice day.
    ---------------------------------------------------------------
    and called 13604_Stock.bin in easy ggbuiild
    Code:
    ---------------------------------------------------------------
         ggBuild v0.33.273
    ---------------------------------------------------------------
    building a retail image
    data directory overridden from command line to '13604'
    per build directory overridden from command line to 'my360'
    file name overridden from command line to '13604_Stock.bin'
    
    ------ parsing user ini at '.\my360\options.ini' ------
    loading file...done!
    pre-parsing and sanitizing
    done!
    User options.ini loaded, 0xe6 bytes in memory
    loading cpukey.txt from .\my360\cpukey.txt
    CPU Key set to: 0x71929DAXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXX
    setting 1blkey from ini: 0xDD88AD0C9ED669E7B56794FB68563EFA
    1BL Key set to: 0xDD88AD0C9ED669E7B56794FB68563EFA sum: 0x983 (expects: 0x983)
    Using nonandmu option (ini file)
    Using patchsmc option (ini file)
    
    ------ Checking .\my360\nanddump.bin ------
    Loading NAND dump...done!
    NAND dump is from a small block machine
    NAND dump uses small block controller
    parsing dump into user and spare...
    bad block at 0x45 (raw offset 0x11ca00), block ignored
    bad block at 0x82 (raw offset 0x218400), block ignored
    block 0x0 was remapped to block 0x1d6, entering remap instance 3
    block 0x82 was remapped to block 0x3fe at remap instance 1
    block 0x45 was remapped to block 0x3ff at remap instance 0
    done!
    cleaning up stray remaps
    done!
    --remap summary--
    0: source: 0x0045 dest: 0x03ff
    1: source: 0x0082 dest: 0x03fe
    2: source: 0x0000 dest: 0x01d6
    -----------------
    decrypting KeyVault at address 0x4000 of size 0x4000
    keyvault decrypted OK, will use if no kv.bin is provided
    decrypting SMC at address 0x1000 of size 0x3000
    SMC decrypted OK, will use if no external smc.bin is provided
    seeking smc config in dump...found at offset 0xf7c000! Using if no smc config is provided.
    CF slot 0 decrypted ok LDV 0x09 Pairing: 0xe95d2e
    CF slot 1 decrypted ok LDV 0x08 Pairing: 0xe95d2e
    setting LDV from image to 9
    setting pairing data from image to 0xe95d2e
    MobileB.dat found at page 0x7938, size 2048 (0x800) bytes
    MobileC.dat found at page 0x68c4, size 512 (0x200) bytes
    MobileD.dat found at page 0x7b48, size 2048 (0x800) bytes
    MobileE.dat found at page 0x2918, size 2048 (0x800) bytes
    
    ------ parsing ini at '.\13604\filelist.ini' ------
    ini version 13604
    
    ini: label [falconbl] found
    found (1) 'cb_5771.bin' crc: 0x859140f0
    found (2) 'cb_bnone.bin' crc: 0x00000000
    found (3) 'cd_8453.bin' crc: 0x25e0acd0
    found (4) 'ce_1888.bin' crc: 0xff9b60df
    found (5) 'cf_13604.bin' crc: 0x639a4cd7
    found (6) 'cg_13604.bin' crc: 0x7e9f5364
    
    ini: label [flashfs] found
    found (1) 'aac.xexp' crc: 0xdaed8bc7
    found (2) 'bootanim.xex' crc: 0x8a7ab1b4
    found (3) 'createprofile.xex' crc: 0xe19ca8c4
    found (4) 'dash.xex' crc: 0xecdaf6c0
    found (5) 'deviceselector.xex' crc: 0xaa4579d1
    found (6) 'gamerprofile.xex' crc: 0xebc5fec3
    found (7) 'hud.xex' crc: 0xe2410ee1
    found (8) 'huduiskin.xex' crc: 0x390eac39
    found (9) 'mfgbootlauncher.xex' crc: 0xf3637ed9
    found (10) 'minimediaplayer.xex' crc: 0x23d28bb8
    found (11) 'nomni.xexp' crc: 0xed7cd3f5
    found (12) 'nomnifwk.xexp' crc: 0x2c6fd7e8
    found (13) 'nomnifwm.xexp' crc: 0xaa978831
    found (14) 'signin.xex' crc: 0xf7436a62
    found (15) 'updater.xex' crc: 0xd0cd6753
    found (16) 'vk.xex' crc: 0x65f4eec0
    found (17) 'xam.xex' crc: 0x2a74ee0f
    found (18) 'xenonclatin.xtt' crc: 0xd5d17ff5
    found (19) 'xenonclatin.xttp' crc: 0x7a507ad1
    found (20) 'xenonjklatin.xtt' crc: 0xdde4a14c
    found (21) 'xenonjklatin.xttp' crc: 0x945b7092
    found (22) 'ximecore.xex' crc: 0xccb87938
    found (23) 'ximedic.xex' crc: 0x1d992bfb
    found (24) 'ximedic.xexp' crc: 0x47a55af9
    found (25) '..\launch.xex' crc: 0x00000000
    found (26) '..\lhelper.xex' crc: 0x00000000
    
    ini: label [security] found
    found (1) 'crl.bin' crc: 0x00000000
    found (2) 'dae.bin' crc: 0x00000000
    found (3) 'extended.bin' crc: 0x00000000
    found (4) 'fcrt.bin' crc: 0x00000000
    found (5) 'secdata.bin' crc: 0x00000000
    ------ ini parsing completed ------
    
    output name overridden to: 13604_Stock.bin
    
    Writing initial header to flash image
    
    ------ Loading bootloaders and required security files ------
    reading .\my360\smc.bin failed, using smc.bin from nand dump
    reading .\my360\kv.bin failed, using kv.bin from nand dump
    reading .\13604\cb_5771.bin (0x9340 bytes) (crc32: 0x859140f0 ini: 0x859140f0)
    reading .\13604\cd_8453.bin (0x5780 bytes) (crc32: 0x25e0acd0 ini: 0x25e0acd0)
    reading .\13604\ce_1888.bin (0x5606a b pad 0x56070 b) (crc32: 0xff9b60df ini: 0xff9b60df)
    reading .\13604\cf_13604.bin (0x4450 bytes) (crc32: 0x639a4cd7 ini: 0x639a4cd7)
    reading .\13604\cg_13604.bin (0x659e0 bytes) (crc32: 0x7e9f5364 ini: 0x7e9f5364)
    reading .\my360\smc_config.bin failed, using smc_config.bin from nand dump
    -------------------
    checking smc_config
    -------------------
    extracting config
    ------------------
    SMC config info:
    ------------------
    Target temps: Cpu:  80ÝC Gpu:  75ÝC Edram:  78ÝC
    Max temps   : Cpu: 100ÝC Gpu: 100ÝC Edram: 102ÝC
    Cpu Fan     : (auto)
    Gpu Fan     : (auto)
    MAC Address : 00:1d:d8:62:a6:c1
    AVRegion    : 0x00000100 (NTSC-M)
    GameRegion  : 0x00ff (NTSC/US)
    DVDRegion   : 1
    resetKey    : URRL
    ---------------------
    Checking ini for smc config data patches
    smc was not patched
    ---------------------
    done!
    retail image, patches skipped
    
    ------ Encrypting and finalizing bootloaders ------
    SMC checksum: 1d0c613e
    clean SMC found, type: Falcon 1.6
    clean smc.bin found!
    done!
    
    ------ Adding bootloaders to flash image ------
    adding smc.bin to 0x00001000 len 0x3000
    adding kv.bin to 0x00004000 len 0x4000
    adding cb_5771.bin to 0x00008000 len 0x9340
    adding cb_bnone.bin to 0x00011340 len 0x0
    adding cd_8453.bin to 0x00011340 len 0x5780
    adding ce_1888.bin to 0x00016ac0 len 0x56070
    retail image, skipping xell-gggggg.bin
    adding cf_13604.bin to 0x00070000 len 0x4450
    adding cg_13604.bin to 0x00074450 len 0x659e0
    retail image, skipping patches_fat.bin
    Fixing up FS table...done!
    Writing CG patch slot overflow data to sysupdate.xexp1...done!
    
    ------ adding 26 firmware files ------
    reading .\13604\aac.xexp (0x4800 bytes) (crc32: 0xdaed8bc7 ini: 0xdaed8bc7)
    reading .\13604\bootanim.xex (0x55000 bytes) (crc32: 0x8a7ab1b4 ini: 0x8a7ab1b4)
    reading .\13604\createprofile.xex (0xc000 bytes) (crc32: 0xe19ca8c4 ini: 0xe19ca8c4)
    reading .\13604\dash.xex (0x5e7000 bytes) (crc32: 0xecdaf6c0 ini: 0xecdaf6c0)
    reading .\13604\deviceselector.xex (0x9000 bytes) (crc32: 0xaa4579d1 ini: 0xaa4579d1)
    reading .\13604\gamerprofile.xex (0x1a000 bytes) (crc32: 0xebc5fec3 ini: 0xebc5fec3)
    reading .\13604\hud.xex (0x1f000 bytes) (crc32: 0xe2410ee1 ini: 0xe2410ee1)
    reading .\13604\huduiskin.xex (0x11000 bytes) (crc32: 0x390eac39 ini: 0x390eac39)
    reading .\13604\mfgbootlauncher.xex (0x8000 bytes) (crc32: 0xf3637ed9 ini: 0xf3637ed9)
    reading .\13604\minimediaplayer.xex (0xc000 bytes) (crc32: 0x23d28bb8 ini: 0x23d28bb8)
    reading .\13604\nomni.xexp (0xd000 bytes) (crc32: 0xed7cd3f5 ini: 0xed7cd3f5)
    reading .\13604\nomnifwk.xexp (0x2000 bytes) (crc32: 0x2c6fd7e8 ini: 0x2c6fd7e8)
    reading .\13604\nomnifwm.xexp (0x5000 bytes) (crc32: 0xaa978831 ini: 0xaa978831)
    reading .\13604\signin.xex (0x12000 bytes) (crc32: 0xf7436a62 ini: 0xf7436a62)
    reading .\13604\updater.xex (0x8000 bytes) (crc32: 0xd0cd6753 ini: 0xd0cd6753)
    reading .\13604\vk.xex (0x9000 bytes) (crc32: 0x65f4eec0 ini: 0x65f4eec0)
    reading .\13604\xam.xex (0x218000 bytes) (crc32: 0x2a74ee0f ini: 0x2a74ee0f)
    reading .\13604\xenonclatin.xtt (0x11b000 bytes) (crc32: 0xd5d17ff5 ini: 0xd5d17ff5)
    reading .\13604\xenonclatin.xttp (0x18000 bytes) (crc32: 0x7a507ad1 ini: 0x7a507ad1)
    reading .\13604\xenonjklatin.xtt (0x1a8000 bytes) (crc32: 0xdde4a14c ini: 0xdde4a14c)
    reading .\13604\xenonjklatin.xttp (0x7000 bytes) (crc32: 0x945b7092 ini: 0x945b7092)
    reading .\13604\ximecore.xex (0x15000 bytes) (crc32: 0xccb87938 ini: 0xccb87938)
    reading .\13604\ximedic.xex (0x90000 bytes) (crc32: 0x1d992bfb ini: 0x1d992bfb)
    reading .\13604\ximedic.xexp (0x2800 bytes) (crc32: 0x47a55af9 ini: 0x47a55af9)
    
    ***** could not read .\13604\..\launch.xex, skipping *****
    
    ***** could not read .\13604\..\lhelper.xex, skipping *****
    
    ------ adding 5 security files ------
    reading .\my360\crl.bin (0x9e0 bytes)
    writing as crl.bin to flash
    reading .\my360\dae.bin (0xad30 bytes)
    writing as dae.bin to flash
    reading .\my360\extended.bin (0x4000 bytes)
    writing as extended.bin to flash
    ***** could not read fcrt.bin, skipping *****
    reading .\my360\secdata.bin (0x400 bytes)
    writing as secdata.bin to flash
    
    ------ checking for Mobile*.dat ------
    MobileB.dat was found in dump, 0x800 bytes, adding type 0x31
    MobileC.dat was found in dump, 0x200 bytes, adding type 0x32
    MobileD.dat was found in dump, 0x800 bytes, adding type 0x33
    MobileE.dat was found in dump, 0x800 bytes, adding type 0x34
    
    ------ adding smc_config.bin ------
    
    ------ finalizing image ------
    Fixing up empty FS block entries...done!
    Writing FS table to image...done!
    calculating ECD bytes and assembling raw image...done!
    remapping 3 blocks
        copying 0x4200 bytes of LBA 0x45 to block 0x3ff...zero fill origin...done!
        copying 0x4200 bytes of LBA 0x82 to block 0x3fe...zero fill origin...done!
        copying 0x4200 bytes of LBA 0x0 to block 0x1d6...zero fill origin...done!
    done!
    writing file '13604_Stock.bin' to disk...done!
    13604_Stock.bin written OK
    
    ---------------------------------------------------------------
    13604_Stock.bin retail image built, info:
    ---------------------------------------------------------------
    console  : falcon
    NAND size: 16MiB
    CPU Key  : 71929DA455E71BD95654E071D1018C33
    1BL Key  : DD88AD0C9ED669E7B56794FB68563EFA
    CF LDV   : 9
    ---------------------------------------------------------------
        ggBuild Finished. Have a nice day.
    ---------------------------------------------------------------
    Last edited by TheTechnician; 5th December 11 at 20:54. Reason: edited cpu key

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    Re: NEW: Unflag console guide

    block 0x0 was remapped to block 0x1d6, entering remap instance 3

    Here's the problem - block 0 was badly dumped.

    Open your NAND Dump in 360 Flash Dump Tool and see what it says.

 

 
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