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Think I bricked my box

Voodoo182 Jan 27, 2014

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    Tried to jtag xell to my xbox, it didn't work so I tried to flash it back to stock and all I get in Jrunner is this:
    Checking Files
    Finished Checking Files
    Checking Console..
    Version: 03
    Flash Config: 0x00000000
    Can not Continue
    Can not continue
    Checking Console..
    Version: 03
    Flash Config: 0x00000000
    Can not Continue
    Can not continue

    Nothing, it won't boot and I can no longer read from it. Am i hooped?
     
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    Check your Nand X Wiring. If it is correct, Resolder points. If that doesnt work, Recut wires. Make sure the console is plugged in to power when you read nand.
     
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    did you run a xex?
     
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    Could my solder joints go bad that fast? Within 5 minutes? Was fine before I started, had no issues reading or flashing. Now it won't read after trying to boot xell. Could connecting it to my TV have damaged something?

    I'll retouch my solder joints and try to re-read.

    Only thing I've done is read/flash with jrunner, nothing else done.
     
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    I feel like an idiot, lol. Power cord wasn't fully connected, working fine now. Thanks!
     
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