Bricked my 1gb devkit ._.

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  1. BlastsMods

    BlastsMods Xbox Enthusiast

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    So a while ago I bricked my xdk, I have the nand backed up and so I opened the kit up.

    I modified the nandx wires to work with the xdk and was able to flash the nand and get it to work again.

    Unfortunately it only boots once out of 5 boots.

    I think this is because I flashed it as a big block jasper (I had to since the nand was 500mb and no other console has that big of a nand).

    So is there any way that I can flash it as a 1gb trinity slim xdk and not a big block jasper?

    Thanks!
     
  2. XeDK

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    How big is the nand you backup ?
     
  3. XboxSurgeon

    XboxSurgeon Site Supporter Since 2013

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    So is this a trinity 1gb slim that you flashed using a big block jasper nand?
     
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    BlastsMods Xbox Enthusiast

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    Yes, it was the only way I could flash it due to the nand being 500mb
     
  5. XboxSurgeon

    XboxSurgeon Site Supporter Since 2013

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    As far as I know, that should have totally rendered the kit useless and not even able to be powered on, let alone give an RROD error.

    Any of us could have pulled a trinity nand for you.
     
  6. MrMario2011

    MrMario2011 Robust Member

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    Could flashing another XDK Trinity NAND over to the console help? Maybe trying to flash one over and then run an ISO recovery to attempt to wipe out everything.
     
  7. Stipo360

    Stipo360 Dead Rising & XDKs

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    Run an ISO recovery? Should clear it all up.
     
  8. XboxSurgeon

    XboxSurgeon Site Supporter Since 2013

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    It doesn't. If the nand is borked, it'll take some time to fix. I did this exact same thing like six or so years ago when all you could find in the wild were trinity stress kits, at like $600 plus at the time. I borked mine by dropping the recovery too low by accident (unmarked ISO recovery). It killed the kit. I flashed the nand with a Jasper one thinking it'd work. It did not. I wound up messing with JRunner and a Nand X connected to the stress cables, a Donor trinity xdk nand and prayer. A lot of fecking praying.
     
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    He has a backup of his nand but I can't help him without telling me how big his nand is? Could be 64MB or 512mb I need to know so I can tell you what to do step by step.
    @BlastsMods
     
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    If you have a NAND backup someone like Bad_ad84 should be able to pull the flash and rewrite it.
     
  11. BlastsMods

    BlastsMods Xbox Enthusiast

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    It's 512mb
     
  12. XeDK

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    If you don't already have J-Runner download, Download it then make sure your NAND-X, JR-Programmer or what ever your using shows up.

    1> Click on Advanced at the top and then Custom NAND/CR Functions
    2> Under Command Click Erase
    3> Under Size click 512
    4> Click RUN this will erase the NAND that you wrote as a Jasper NAND. (ONCE ITS DONE MOVE ON TO STEP 5)
    5>Back Under Command change it from erase, and click write
    6> Under filename click on the little box with three dots/periods (...)
    7> Navigate to where your backup NAND is at click on it and it should open it
    8> Click run it will then write the NAND once its done unplug everything from the PC
    9> TEST THE XDK SHOULD BE WORKING AFTER STEP 8

    @BlastsMods
     
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    BlastsMods Xbox Enthusiast

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    Thank you, will do this later on tonight and ill update you when I finish it :).
     
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    BlastsMods Xbox Enthusiast

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    Just finished doing it and it now just red rings when booting up, it powers on but no signal.

    Here's the output of J-runner:

    Version: 01
    Flash Config: 0x00AA3020
    Erasing Nand
    Error: 202 erasing block 78
    Error: 202 erasing block 10D8
    Error: 202 erasing block 2818
    Error: 202 erasing block 30B8
    Error: 202 erasing block 3E98
    Error: 202 erasing block 7108
    Done!
    in 0:30 min:sec

    Version: 01
    Flash Config: 0x00AA3020
    Writing Nand
    updflash.bin
    Error: 202 writing block 78
    Error: 202 writing block 10D8
    Error: 202 writing block 2818
    Error: 202 writing block 30B8
    Error: 202 writing block 3E98
    Failed to write 0x6B12 block
    Error: 202 writing block 7108
    Done!
    in 189:30 min:sec
     
  15. XeDK

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    Now that I think of it dude where the hell did you get 512mb the nand. Should show up on your computer as 64MB. Trinity's have the extra 4GB space on a chip has nothing to do with nand. Can you upload the nand or check it.
     
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    BlastsMods Xbox Enthusiast

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    So I flashed it as a trinity (16mb) and it now boots fine, not too sure how that worked but I guess it works lmao

     
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    Because the header was wrong btw it's not a 16mb nor a 512mb it's a 64/66MB NAND.
     
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    I took a picture a few hours ago when I was flashing it, here
     

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