help: Flashd wrong Nand to Xbox

amir1974

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hi every one

i have got jasper xbox which was flashed wit wrong nand i mean nand dosnt blong to this board now board is dead i mean it has no power

is there any easy way to recover it
 

Scrufdog

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search around for the method to erase your nand. there are a couple ways depending on how bad it is.
 

amir1974

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Thanks for the tip this is the image which i found der it is falcon




now my board is jasper i can find on my jasper one point but not the red point i have made a picture from my jasper board
see
 

TilVl

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should be able to wire nand-x and just flash it. I flashed a xenon nand to a jasper once. Just wire it up and reflashed an older image.
 
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axee44

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2nd point, that you cant find is GND so i believe you can use any GND point on motherboard, but it would be good that someone more experienced would confirm this.
I might be mistaken.
 
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now my board is jasper i can find on my jasper one point but not the red point i have made a picture from my jasper board
The other point is just GROUND. Use whatever gnd point you want, fx a metal chassis peg.

Note its much safer to use a 5v mod than messing around with screwdriver trying to short nand. Only do that as a last resort
 
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amir1974

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Check your wire connections
Wire connection r good

---------- Post added at 00:41 ---------- Previous post was at 00:40 ----------

The other point is just GROUND. Use whatever gnd point you want, fx a metal chassis peg.

Note its much safer to use a 5v mod than messing around with screwdriver trying to short nand. Only do that as a last resort
Thanx a lot for the guide will try once i m home
 

Martin C

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should be able to wire nand-x and just flash it. I flashed a xenon nand to a jasper once. Just wire it up and reflashed an older image.
Depends if you cleared the SMC cache between attempts. If you did it without removing the PSU, you'll be fine. If you clear the SMC cache by unplugging the PSU for 20+ secs, the SMC will attempt to be loaded into the southbridge the next time to reconnect PSU and due to it mismatching, the southbridge won't be able to perform any functions.
 

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