RGH RGH 2.0 console Not turning on?

LoganModz

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Jun 23, 2013
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Hey everyone, this was my first RGH ever to do. I soldered all the wires correctly responding to colors for the Nand, (Im using TX JR-Programmer V2) this was a falcon RGH on dash 16203, phat console. So when I tried to read the nand after soldering at first i was getting errors of "version 10 Flash Config: 0x00000000Can not Continue" so i tried reading it again since the nand pads were gettiing a bit covered with flux paste, so i soldered some of the nand wires of the bottom of the board, After that i continued to go on to create ECC, that went fine, but i couldnt write the ECC. so i continued to solder the wires onto the Coolrunner RevC, which i removed the correct resistors on the coolrunner board, im also using the Low Loss Cable as well. When i installed the coolrunner onto the board just to test(the coolrunner was successfully programmed with Falcon option in j-Runner) I installed all wires correctly and on point as well pretty good soldering i believe, so i tried to boot the console to Xell for the first time, but now my console will not turn on at all! With or without the eject button. I dont know what to do since the console will not respond the J-Runner please help!!




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Monday, September 01, 2014 7:04:58 PM


J-Runner v0.3 Beta (4) Started






Checking Files
Finished Checking Files
Version: 10
Flash Config: 0x00000000
Can not Continue
RGH2 Selected
Version: 00
Wrong Version.
Falcon Manually Selected
Version: 00
Wrong Version.
Version: FF
Wrong Version.
Version: 10
Flash Config: 0x00000010
IoTimedOut


IoTimedOut:No more bytes!
00000010
Reading Nand to C:\Users\Connor\AppData\Local\Temp\Rar$EXa0.331\J-Runner\output\nanddump1.bin
Wrong Version.
Version: 00
Wrong Version.




Thats all guys, thanks!
 

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chase

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so you tried to dump the nand and it didn't work so automatically you moved on to creating the ecc and writing it ..

not being able to write the ecc you decided to move on to programming the CR and installing it and you say it didn't work .. ?? :)

post your complete j-runner log and pics of all your soldering + all TX products being used .. thanks
 

LoganModz

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jligg

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Wow..that is a mess..and the soldering is terrible. Burns, blobs of solder, ect. You need to stop where you are if theres gonna be hope for this console. Where are you located? I can fix this up for you properly
 
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Adam_D_UK

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Soldering does seem to be the problem, you should of looked up how to solder to a motherboard first, looks like a bad job bro.

Contacts could possibly be fried, not enough flux/heat too high etc.. The worst the soldering, the less chance of the glitch working.
 
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stucknvegas

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Well I dont think he has over written the nand at least ... Just like Chase pointed out dont move forward steps with out completing others you will end up with a brick ..PS RGH 2 is super slow to start up on Falcon wait for the new chip to be finished and practice soldering first .....When your soldering looks close to the tutorials then and only then try again
 

br1zzl3

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i have a similar issue i installed the nand wires and hooked up jr programer had to install the driver manually in device manger i got version 10 can not config 0x00000000 and the light on the psu turned red so i desoldered the wires and try to turn my xbox on and it wont and the psu still has red light so i tested the psu on a unmodded xbox and it was fine i have pics of the mobo but not with the soldered in wires you can see where i had them soldered in also i used the legs off caps instead of trying to solder just the wires straight to the board. if i burnt a resistor or cap can anyone tell me where i should start looking and what values should i see on my fluke meterWIN_20160216_042722.JPGWIN_20160216_042724.JPGWIN_20160216_042741.JPGWIN_20160216_042741.JPG
 
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