QUOTE(AtlantaMods @ Mar 11 2012, 04:19 AM)
i can reflash it for you im in atlanta and could do it for you if your willing to ship it out to me
Hi AtlantaMods. I appreciate the offer. I served an LDS mission to Atlanta--I love it there! Where abouts are you?
To be honest I would probably send it to Aldanga first since I have experience with him, but I will keep you in mind.
QUOTE(Aldanga @ Mar 11 2012, 02:40 PM)
The NAND-X from Team Xecuter has a quick solder solution. It's supposed to be super simple for people with limited soldering skills. You're probably looking at around $40+ for that.
I don't have a problem fixing it for you. I've got limited responsibilities, and something like this won't take a really long time.
I was actually doing some homework and looking into what solutions there are for my instance. I guess the first question that needs to be answered, is if I have a backup of a known, working, freeBOOT NAND image, and I flash it back to the console, should it boot just fine into that old image? It's probably back with 9199 or 12611. Wouldn't flashing the NAND basically completely restore the console back to its original state when the image dump was made?
Second, I looked into the NAND-X a bit and I think the QSB boards is the route I want to go. I would leave the cable plugged in to the QSB's and hide it under the HDD so I should still be able to access it without disassembly. The only reservation I have here is just the soldering. I have soldered an LPT cable to a mother board before... think these "easy QSB's" will be friendly enough for a tard like me?