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#1 Ataxonu

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Posted 22 February 2004 - 05:35 PM

Yo guys I went ahead and solderd some wires to my mobo in preperation for graphing those wires to the wire harness that comes with the PRO, well, since all these wires are seperated and just an extension of a circuit on a mobo I decided to tape off each lead (to prevent shorts) and put the box back together to make sure that after I did the soldering the thing would still work... Well I put it back together and now when I turn the xbox on the green light blinks once and a fairly loud beep sounds from the xbox (it sounds like a speaker beep from a reg computer)... I check my solder connections and everything "looks" ok, but I'm not sure if there is anything wrong... I used a mock up 6-volt voltmeter to test my solder joints, and the only thing I can now think of is that the 6-volts has possible fried a chip??? I hope you guys can help...
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Atax

P.S. it is NOT fragging (christmas lights)...




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