QUOTE(anonymouspirate @ Nov 16 2009, 07:48 AM)
but the wiring in this post shows that the j2d2.2 pin goes to the underside of the board not the front of the 360 by the rod lights. As well as the jdd2.1 ping goes differnetly as well.
I think iam just a bit confused as to what to go by, so just to confirm, if I have a falcon motherboard, I can use all the points on this posts , including lpt pins and all not just the jtag area and all will work?
There are several solder points you can use, the best ones are on the bottom, but require you to fully disassemble your 360. If you can solder pretty good, then use only the topside points.
2 are inside your xbox and 1 is on the rol board outside.
I used this diagram:http://pictures.xbox-scene.com/xbox360/free60/diagram.jpg
QUOTE(ccfman2004 @ Nov 16 2009, 07:58 AM)
Does anyone have the diagram to wire a USB Nand Dumper as my computer does not have an LPT port?
LPC Serial Port Programmerhttp://www.sparkfun.com/commerce/product_i...products_id=714
Maybe usb and serial cables if you dont already have them.
wiring the lpc programmer to the lpc-h2148 to flash the .hex file included with nandpro 2.0b:http://img188.imageshack.us/img188/2601/lc...2shiftersmd.jpg
wiring to the 360 to read the nand:http://img10.imageshack.us/img10/1839/lpc2148.jpg
This dumped my 512mb jasper nand in about 60 minutes.
QUOTE(thegigabite @ Nov 16 2009, 10:14 AM)
Since the manufacture date of my arcade is 8-8-09, does that mean that the JTAG hack for me is not possible due to the motherboard? My dashboard is pre-849x. I don't want to open my system if I can't run the JTAG hack. Any help?
Microsoft updated the CB on new consoles to 6750 and that means no jtag hack. If you want to know for sure you have to open it up, but 99% chance you cant use the jtag hack on that 360 (yet).