Nov 29 2011, 01:16 PM
Hi, I'm not sure if this is the right board to post on, excuse me if I'm wrong. I was following the RGH guide on the infinitymods site and the tut instructed me to dump my jasper 256 nand with -w64. i did so three times and made sure they all matched. I followed the rest all the way until xell was supposed to be installed, and all I got was a black screen, no resets could be heard. So i decided to start over again, I tried to dump my nand back to stock with -w64 and now i get 3 RROD 0022. Did I mess up beyond or repair or is there a way I can fix this?
Nov 29 2011, 05:04 PM
please review your post, are you sure that you did three successful dumps with the -w64 option?
Are you able to post the link to the tut you follow?
It's a Jasper.....so what is your CB?
Last time i had a 0022 i re-solder all points again and it was the one near the HANA IC.
Nov 29 2011, 08:13 PM
The -w functions are for writing, not reading. Are you sure you didn't use an -r function?
Nov 30 2011, 04:02 PM
Yes i'm sorry, i mistyped, I dumped it three times with -r64. I thought I was supposed to dump with -r256. I'll get you the cb and everything when i come back from work. I'm pretty sure I burned some points off as well, I'll post pics of the board too.
Jan 10 2012, 10:37 PM
64meg dump is fine, just GHR a jasper 512, I only ever dumped 64 of the nand. My system would not boot xell until I wrote the ecc with " nandpro usb: +w64 XX.ecc". Also make sure when you write the ecc that your stock nand is full present.
What did you use for building the ecc? I would try "360 multi builder 0.7" none of the bestpigs, worked for me
creating a .ecc with a BB.
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