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#1 theo225

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Posted 07 May 2010 - 01:13 AM

I recently updated my XBR jasper512 to freeboot v0.032 Using this guide which made me use some donor files. I used that guide because my original nand didn't want to extract. It always gave me an error. Today I decided to re-install freeboot following the readme instructions Using a nand dump of my 360 taken through xellous when my 360 had XBR. So I followed the instructions extracted the XBR with ibuild.exe copied the files. Built the image and then used flash360 to flash the image. When I started the flashing process it gave me this warning:

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WARNING: Your current nand is not the ZeroPaired.
               If you have a way to switch nands, do so now


I proceeded with the flashing. everything went okay. Rebooted the console and everything seemed to work. Any ideas as to what might have caused this? Did I did anything that i wasn't supposed to do? Thanks for your time.

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Posted 07 May 2010 - 02:40 AM

it seems there was an error and the thread got double posted.


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Posted 07 May 2010 - 04:21 AM

Don't know why it says that, but if it works, it works. Zeropaired means an XBR or freeBOOT, etc, NAND image that hasn't been tied to a specific console, as in no CPU key has been injected. Yours is *not* zeropaired, because your CPU key has been injected, so it should be all good.




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