I'm in the process of upgrading to X-ecuter3.
Previous a x-killer was installed (directly soldered to the pin holes).
Short story: Removed old, installed the pin header and all other X3 stuff.
attemted to boot the box, got FRAG, no display at all.
Removed the chip, removed the soldered d0/Lan/Hdd cable and unplugged the reset/eject adapter
(effectivly removed everything installed except the pin header)
Still getting FRAG. I masured resistance over the points where the d0/Lan/Hdd cabels was installed, and it seems OK. No resistance between the point before and after the solder pint)
So I belive it's a problem is with the LPC bus. This also makes sence as I had unsolder the Xkiller first.
I'm afraid that that the problem is with the print leads, not the soldering, as the pin is not in use (no chip installed)
I have tried to measure it, but I haven't found any good diagram of what readings there should be. I came over one place where it said that there should be low resistance from the free pin hole to all of the pins.
Mesured with 2000K ohm, most pins read 6-14 in resistance. However, I do have tree pins that reads around 400
1) Does it seems correct that the problems is with the LPC bus?
2) Can anyone please give me a link or something that will tell me what the readings for the LPC bus should be?
3) I assume that the newly installed X3 has a working bios installed, so everything should work correctly when installed correctly?
4) How do I unsolder the LPC bus? As all the pins is connected to each other, I find it difficult. As soon as I have losened one pin, it will faste before I get to heat up any of the other pins
(Xbox v. 1.2)