QUOTE(deilzfcjk @ Feb 7 2012, 02:49 AM)
I would watch out for the correct points though. If you don't follow the steps exactly..you could wind up with a shorted out nand. ANd thats a problem. I know other people have gotten confused. easily. Especially people not familiar with these sort of things. If you know what youre doing then fine. But since the points are different than the fats, I'd double check before 'cutting'. Measure twice before cutting. or in this case connecting the power to the nand reader.
I have the maximus QSB 2.1 for the slims, that makes the thinking about location of points pretty straightforward. If youre using a maximus nandflasher.
Thanks for your input. I have been doing a lot of research and haven't found out exactly where to do the soldering, or at least not in a way i could understand, so I will be purchasing a new nand flasher today. Are there any real differences between the Maximus and Xecuter as far as nand flashers go? I have been using the 360 Xtractor Pro from Maximus for years now and never had any problems and have used a lot of Xecuter products in the Xbox 1 days (Xecuter2 and X3 Modchips).This post has been edited by ryknow27: Feb 7 2012, 05:03 PM