QUOTE(kormart @ Nov 26 2011, 01:53 PM)
Flashed back to stock and got 3 ROL error code 0022...
When I first did the ecc flash and I plugged in to test xell I forgot to plug the fans in and I left it on for a few mins... It crashed once with artifacts on the screen... but I did boot into xell 3 times after that with no issues.
Or could this be a poor solder job somewhere? I just desoldered stby clk as that was the one I found hardest... but still 3 ROL. Dammit. Any ideas?
Reading through the thread it sounds like you killed your 360. ALWAYS ALWAYS ALWAYS have fans connected and shroud on with phat units!!!!!
3RLOD can be a bad TSOP image (your NAND restore was verified?) or you left your CPU RST soldered on. remove that (bottom point) and it should boot. IF you KNOW the NAND is 100% stock, then you may have killed the board, and need a reflow/reball under your GPU. These things get quite hot trying to boot up for 5 minutes without any cooling.
As for your stuck jaspers never booting you need a capacitor. i used a 0.1uF across the CPU RST and GND. don't use an electrolytic - it shouldn't have polarity. This caused it to boot instantly. I think its across the F point on Matrix and the A point on TX CoolRunners. Ensure you read into Some say to try 470pF and keep paralleling them up until it boots reliably, determine value (470x amt of caps) and install that one. I never got reliable boots and ran out of caps to parallel so 0.1uF worked great!
Other people with incredibly fussy units suggest a 680pf on CPU PLL and 470pf on CPU RST, both parallel to GND. There is a lot of threads on this, stubborn japser 6750.
Also your wire routing is critical. avoid the inductors (the pieces that look like a tiny PVC pipe was cut and had 14awg wire wrapped around it) on top and bottom side of board! Try to route through southbridge board holes rather than by fan.
If you are getting Xell to boot, but you can't get ggBuild to load, its likley a CB error. Load your stock NAND in Flash Tool and note the CB version, then load your ggBuild NAND in flash tool and see if the CB is same version. If not Multi-builder 0.3 by rodrigo helps with this. Otherwise extract and decrypt your CB and force that to be used in the ggbuild script.
Just some of my humble findings. Hope it helps someone This post has been edited by ruciz: Nov 26 2011, 03:37 PM