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OK, we have a huge question. Had an issue awhile back and never gotten around to fixing it due to the lack of having a fried flasher(currently waiting for a new one) I had a successful jtag but after I was finished with everything it would not power on. I had tried writing the original nand and it still would not power on.

LITERALLY NO POWER PERIOD. PSU is perfectly fine I've tried with two others.

Any ideas?

My apollogies i forgot to add i can still read and write the nand with no bad blocks.

 
 


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Hi,

Did you leave your diodes and jumper wire soldered when you tried booting your original nand again. I found this issue and realised i had a diode making contact with the metal case and shorting with it. Once i had pulled it back a bit it powered on.

You can still read and write to NAND as that only requires standby voltages.

Good luck.

 
 


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taijigamer wrote:
Hi,

Did you leave your diodes and jumper wire soldered when you tried booting your original nand again. I found this issue and realised i had a diode making contact with the metal case and shorting with it. Once i had pulled it back a bit it powered on.

You can still read and write to NAND as that only requires standby voltages.

Good luck.


Clean solder points nothing touching.

 
 


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Hmm, so you can still read and write to the NAND? Maybe try building a fresh Freeboot image using your original NAND dump and flash again. Usually no power means a bad freeboot/xbreboot build.

Good luck

 
 


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