JTAG Did I ruin my Xbox360?

dandyman

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Jul 7, 2013
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R-JTAG problem after flashing XeLL

Console Type: Falcon
NAND size: 16 (?)
Dashboard version: e.g 2.0.15574
CB version: e.g 5774
Screenshot of NAND details from J-Runner:
(attach an image to your post)
J-Runner log:
POST output from J-Runner (either POST_OUT monitor or RATER output):
(2 cycles is enough) Attached as txt file
updflash.bin log (if applicable): I'm not sure what this is
Image of R-JTAG board:
(attached)
Images of close-up soldering to motherboard:
(attached)

Description of problem:
I installed the R-JTAG, and flashed XeLL reloaded but it gets nowhere. See post log
Getting stuck on
VERIFY_SECOTP_6
Settings are as follow:
No voltage jumper
470 jumper
1-3 AUD_CLAMP
2 way switch on
3 way switch middle

Was the console working before you started: Y (see original post, but I desoldered everything after flashing the nanddump back, and it booted and was working fine)



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Original post:
Hello

I have an Xbox 360 Phat Falcon HDMI and bought the R-JTAG Ultimate kit. It's on dashboard 15574. It won't boot and the power supply light is red. This is what I did in the order I did it:

> Soldered Nand-X QSBs and checked if every connection was alright, which it was.
> Read NAND 4 times using JRunner with JR Programmer v2, they matched
> Flash XeLL reloaded and booted the console, no output (I think this is where I f**ked everything up?) - Powered off again to install POST QSB + the other QSB with the AUD_CLAMP method.
> Again checked the soldering using a multimeter, to check for short circuits, found none
> Connected power
> Console won't boot, power supply light is red (it only turns red after being plugged into the XBOX)
> Desoldered POST QSB and AUD_CLAMP QSB thing again, to check if that was the problem. Didn't appear to be

I measured, using my multimeter between the 12V rail and GND where the power connector is soldered to the motherboard, and it beeps as if there is a short circuit (measured resistance is less than 500 ohm or something, it didn't really fix on a value here)

[B]Original problem was was: lifted r8c2 resistor caused it to not boot[/B]
 

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briggs01

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you need to put pics up of your soldering not just the info before anyone can help we need to see if you have any wires wrong or bridged etc
 

briggs01

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check the resistor r2p12 i had one last week i lifted and the console would not boot after
 
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XBOX GHOSTS

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By what you said i think your Power Supply is bad try using a different power supply or try the current one on a different xbox.
 

dandyman

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I will post some pictures the next time I get to it. And thanks for the suggestion briggs01!
 

Martin C

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TheGlow

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What are some other causes for a red light?
My buddy gave me his PSU with his Falcon, I still used my old one but when I tried my old jasper CR in it, I let it go for 10 mins to glitch.
Decided to unplug/replug the power cord which often helps and this time it wouldnt power on. I look at the psu, red.
I disconnected, waited a few seconds, reconnected and it was fine.
 

Martin C

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Use flux and braid and remove as much solder from the QSBs as you can. None of those are 12v points though, so shouldn't be causing a problem. It's more likely you have a solder splash somewhere.
 

dandyman

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Jul 7, 2013
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Thanks for the answer, but the power supply is not the problem anymore.

I've soldered everything according to http://team-xecuter.com/forums/show...amp-Setup-Guide-***-UPDATED-MAY-28th-2013-***
Using AUD_CLAMP + 1-3 jumper setting (tried without AUD_CLAMP / 1-2 jumper)
DIP 5&7 on, rest off
CPU_Rst on bottom side, tried alternate point aswell

I've used my multimeter to measure continuity from the point on the xbox motherboard to the point on the TX chip and every one of them checks out great.
But after writing XeLL I keep getting RROD

This is the most recent POST log:
===================================================
21. juli 2013 16:22:27


J-Runner v0.2 Beta (289) Started




WARNING! - Your selected working directory already contains files!
You can view these files by using 'Show Working Folder' Button




Filechecks disabled - No Filechecks carried out
Version: 10
Press Escape to exit
Waiting for POST to change
Post 80
Post 72 - INIT_BOOT_ANIMATION + XMADecoder & XAudioRender Init
Post 72 - INIT_BOOT_ANIMATION + XMADecoder & XAudioRender Init
Post 72 - INIT_BOOT_ANIMATION + XMADecoder & XAudioRender Init
Post 72 - INIT_BOOT_ANIMATION + XMADecoder & XAudioRender Init
Post 72 - INIT_BOOT_ANIMATION + XMADecoder & XAudioRender Init
Post 72 - INIT_BOOT_ANIMATION + XMADecoder & XAudioRender Init
Post 72 - INIT_BOOT_ANIMATION + XMADecoder & XAudioRender Init
Post 72 - INIT_BOOT_ANIMATION + XMADecoder & XAudioRender Init
Post 72 - INIT_BOOT_ANIMATION + XMADecoder & XAudioRender Init
Post 72 - INIT_BOOT_ANIMATION + XMADecoder & XAudioRender Init
Post 72 - INIT_BOOT_ANIMATION + XMADecoder & XAudioRender Init
Post 72 - INIT_BOOT_ANIMATION + XMADecoder & XAudioRender Init
Post 11 - FSB_CONFIG_PHY_CONTROL
Post 12 - FSB_CONFIG_RX_STATE
Post 18 - FETCH_CONTENTS
Post 19 - HMACSHA_COMPUTE
Post 1B - RC4_DECRYPT
Post 1C - SHA_COMPUTE
Post 1D - SIG_VERIFY
Post 1E - BRANCH
Post 20 - CB entry point reached
Post 21 - INIT_SECOTP
Post A0 - Panic - VERIFY_SECOTP_6
Post 30 - VERIFY_OFFSET_4BL_CD
Post 20 - CB entry point reached
Post F0 - Panic - VERIFY_OFFSET_CB_B
Post 70 - INIT_VIDEO_DRIVER
Post F0 - Panic - VERIFY_OFFSET_CB_B
Post 70 - INIT_VIDEO_DRIVER
Post 60 - INIT_KERNEL
Post 70 - INIT_VIDEO_DRIVER
Post 70 - INIT_VIDEO_DRIVER
Post 70 - INIT_VIDEO_DRIVER
Post F0 - Panic - VERIFY_OFFSET_CB_B
Post F0 - Panic - VERIFY_OFFSET_CB_B
Post 70 - INIT_VIDEO_DRIVER
Post 70 - INIT_VIDEO_DRIVER
Post F0 - Panic - VERIFY_OFFSET_CB_B
Post 70 - INIT_VIDEO_DRIVER
Post 12 - FSB_CONFIG_RX_STATE
Post 13 - FSB_CONFIG_TX_STATE
Post 18 - FETCH_CONTENTS
Post 1B - RC4_DECRYPT
Post 1C - SHA_COMPUTE
Post 1D - SIG_VERIFY
Post 1E - BRANCH
Post 20 - CB entry point reached
Post 21 - INIT_SECOTP
Post A0 - Panic - VERIFY_SECOTP_6
Post 30 - VERIFY_OFFSET_4BL_CD
Post 60 - INIT_KERNEL
Post 70 - INIT_VIDEO_DRIVER
Post 70 - INIT_VIDEO_DRIVER
Post F0 - Panic - VERIFY_OFFSET_CB_B
Post 70 - INIT_VIDEO_DRIVER
Post 70 - INIT_VIDEO_DRIVER
Post F0 - Panic - VERIFY_OFFSET_CB_B
Post 70 - INIT_VIDEO_DRIVER
Post 70 - INIT_VIDEO_DRIVER
Post 70 - INIT_VIDEO_DRIVER
Post F0 - Panic - VERIFY_OFFSET_CB_B
Post 70 - INIT_VIDEO_DRIVER
Post 70 - INIT_VIDEO_DRIVER
Post 70 - INIT_VIDEO_DRIVER
Post 10 - Payload/1BL started
Post 11 - FSB_CONFIG_PHY_CONTROL
Post 12 - FSB_CONFIG_RX_STATE
Post 13 - FSB_CONFIG_TX_STATE
Post 18 - FETCH_CONTENTS
Post 19 - HMACSHA_COMPUTE
Post 1B - RC4_DECRYPT
Post 1C - SHA_COMPUTE
Post 1D - SIG_VERIFY
Post 1E - BRANCH
Post 20 - CB entry point reached
Post 21 - INIT_SECOTP
Post A0 - Panic - VERIFY_SECOTP_6
Post 70 - INIT_VIDEO_DRIVER
Post 30 - VERIFY_OFFSET_4BL_CD
Post 70 - INIT_VIDEO_DRIVER
Post 70 - INIT_VIDEO_DRIVER
Post 70 - INIT_VIDEO_DRIVER
Post 70 - INIT_VIDEO_DRIVER
Post 70 - INIT_VIDEO_DRIVER
Post 70 - INIT_VIDEO_DRIVER
Post 70 - INIT_VIDEO_DRIVER
Post 70 - INIT_VIDEO_DRIVER
Post 70 - INIT_VIDEO_DRIVER
Post 70 - INIT_VIDEO_DRIVER
Post F0 - Panic - VERIFY_OFFSET_CB_B
Post 70 - INIT_VIDEO_DRIVER
Post 11 - FSB_CONFIG_PHY_CONTROL
Post 15 - FETCH_OFFSET
Post 16 - FETCH_HEADER
Post 19 - HMACSHA_COMPUTE
Post 1A - RC4_INITIALIZE
Post 1B - RC4_DECRYPT
Post 1C - SHA_COMPUTE
Post 1D - SIG_VERIFY
Post 1E - BRANCH
Post 20 - CB entry point reached
Post 21 - INIT_SECOTP
Post A0 - Panic - VERIFY_SECOTP_6
Post 30 - VERIFY_OFFSET_4BL_CD
Post 70 - INIT_VIDEO_DRIVER
Post 30 - VERIFY_OFFSET_4BL_CD
Post 70 - INIT_VIDEO_DRIVER
Post 30 - VERIFY_OFFSET_4BL_CD
Post 70 - INIT_VIDEO_DRIVER
Post 70 - INIT_VIDEO_DRIVER
Post 70 - INIT_VIDEO_DRIVER
Post 70 - INIT_VIDEO_DRIVER
Post 70 - INIT_VIDEO_DRIVER
Post 70 - INIT_VIDEO_DRIVER
Post F0 - Panic - VERIFY_OFFSET_CB_B
Post 70 - INIT_VIDEO_DRIVER
Post 70 - INIT_VIDEO_DRIVER
Post 70 - INIT_VIDEO_DRIVER
Post 10 - Payload/1BL started
Post 11 - FSB_CONFIG_PHY_CONTROL
Post 12 - FSB_CONFIG_RX_STATE
Post 18 - FETCH_CONTENTS
Post 1B - RC4_DECRYPT
Post 1C - SHA_COMPUTE
Post 1D - SIG_VERIFY
Post 1E - BRANCH
Post 20 - CB entry point reached
Post 21 - INIT_SECOTP
Post A0 - Panic - VERIFY_SECOTP_6
Post 20 - CB entry point reached
Post 30 - VERIFY_OFFSET_4BL_CD
Post 30 - VERIFY_OFFSET_4BL_CD
Post 70 - INIT_VIDEO_DRIVER
Post 70 - INIT_VIDEO_DRIVER
Post 70 - INIT_VIDEO_DRIVER
Post 70 - INIT_VIDEO_DRIVER
Post 70 - INIT_VIDEO_DRIVER
Post 70 - INIT_VIDEO_DRIVER
Post 70 - INIT_VIDEO_DRIVER
Post F0 - Panic - VERIFY_OFFSET_CB_B
Post 70 - INIT_VIDEO_DRIVER
Post 70 - INIT_VIDEO_DRIVER
Post 70 - INIT_VIDEO_DRIVER
Post 10 - Payload/1BL started
Post 12 - FSB_CONFIG_RX_STATE
Post 13 - FSB_CONFIG_TX_STATE
Post 18 - FETCH_CONTENTS
Post 1B - RC4_DECRYPT
Post 1C - SHA_COMPUTE
Post 1D - SIG_VERIFY
Post 1E - BRANCH
Post 20 - CB entry point reached
Post 21 - INIT_SECOTP
Post A0 - Panic - VERIFY_SECOTP_6
Post 30 - VERIFY_OFFSET_4BL_CD
Post 70 - INIT_VIDEO_DRIVER
Post 70 - INIT_VIDEO_DRIVER
Post 70 - INIT_VIDEO_DRIVER
Post 70 - INIT_VIDEO_DRIVER
Post F0 - Panic - VERIFY_OFFSET_CB_B
Post F0 - Panic - VERIFY_OFFSET_CB_B
Post 70 - INIT_VIDEO_DRIVER
Post F0 - Panic - VERIFY_OFFSET_CB_B
Post 70 - INIT_VIDEO_DRIVER
Post 70 - INIT_VIDEO_DRIVER
Post 70 - INIT_VIDEO_DRIVER
Post F0 - Panic - VERIFY_OFFSET_CB_B
Post F0 - Panic - VERIFY_OFFSET_CB_B
Post 70 - INIT_VIDEO_DRIVER
Post 70 - INIT_VIDEO_DRIVER
Post 70 - INIT_VIDEO_DRIVER
 

AllyNerd

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Where exactly are you at now? You have successfully booted xell and then wrote your glitch image and are getting rrod or are getting those posts in rater?
 

dandyman

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No, I can't boot XeLL and the POST log is from JRunner while trying to boot XeLL. (I've also tried without connecting the jr programmer while trying to boot, but without luck)
 

AllyNerd

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No, I can't boot XeLL and the POST log is from JRunner while trying to boot XeLL. (I've also tried without connecting the jr programmer while trying to boot, but without luck)
So while trying to boot xell it red rings? And if you switch the jtag qsb to off and desolder the rjtag chips power and write your original nand back does it boot?
 

AllyNerd

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Ok well if you went over the board and you dont see any solder splashes anywhere try 1.2 volt then if that rrod try 1.8 volt setting on the rjtag.