JTAG Jtag nand problem

benny-l

Junior Member
Sep 22, 2012
14
0
I think you wrong
Please look again the is in the pic but in difrent place
Blue and green are correct
 
Last edited:

BrockThunderjam

VIP Member
Jun 25, 2013
1,492
88
Green wire needs to be where blue wire is . Switch them around. Where is the yellow wire
Yellow is ground and it's grounded. It's not the issue.

You have the console plugged in? (but not powered on)
 

Oggy

Staff member
Troll Eating Dogs
Mar 1, 2010
3,358
128
I'm going to go balls it and say your nandx is toast
 

BrockThunderjam

VIP Member
Jun 25, 2013
1,492
88
Not without first glitching your machine and grabbing the CPU key.
 

BrockThunderjam

VIP Member
Jun 25, 2013
1,492
88
You've stated you're trying to jtag. Assuming your CB is such that you can do that, then you must jtag it. Otherwise if the dash doesn't support jtag you must rgh it. In short, you need to solve your nand-x issue.
 

benny-l

Junior Member
Sep 22, 2012
14
0
Ill explain
I buy 2 jtag years before 1 i play and one under the bed just in case
I want to do somthing with dashlaunch and suddenly the xbox stop to work
I put it in my garge for years
When i see i talk to my friend if he can fix ot and now is trying
The xbox i already jtag
The problem is the reading the nand
Nand x is ox ,my friend make alot of rgh
So ill waiting to breakfru
 

BrockThunderjam

VIP Member
Jun 25, 2013
1,492
88
If you have a copy of your original nand and your keys then yes you can replace the onboard nand with the one you linked but I dont see why you would want to do that. Sicne your console stopped working I would want to diagnose and fix that first, it may explain why you can't read the nand in the first place. You should probably send it to someone who can repair it for you.
 

benny-l

Junior Member
Sep 22, 2012
14
0
If you have a copy of your original nand and your keys then yes you can replace the onboard nand with the one you linked but I dont see why you would want to do that. Sicne your console stopped working I would want to diagnose and fix that first, it may explain why you can't read the nand in the first place. You should probably send it to someone who can repair it for you.
I dont know someone that fix that pnly hack rgh
If you have any suggestion ill try
 

BrockThunderjam

VIP Member
Jun 25, 2013
1,492
88
Post better pics of everything including your nand-x. Your solder points could use some clean up. That's a start.