Xbox 360RGH not working
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Hi guys, i bought a broken Xbox 360 slim with a clone coolrunner rev d. The console starts and shows the green light, but there's no signal via HDMI or AV.
The coolrunner mod has a power (red) light on and the green blinks each 3 o 4 seconds.

Any ideas?

Can i just replace the coolruner board? Or do i need the original NAND?

Thanks!
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Sounds like a bad GPU issue
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It's never a good idea to buy a broken RGH not knowing what the problem is. Your best bet would be to restore retail (with backup nands) and remove the mod chip to test if the motherboard works as a retail system. From there you can determine whether RGH (or the repair) is worth your time.
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Hentch wrote It's never a good idea to buy a broken RGH not knowing what the problem is. Your best bet would be to restore retail (with backup nands) and remove the mod chip to test if the motherboard works as a retail system. From there you can determine whether RGH (or the repair) is worth your time.


First of all I doubt he has any of the nands for the console he bought it used. Not many people send original nands with the Xbox especially when it's used. Also the chip is glitching it's doing what it suppose to so I posted what I believe is wrong. Only other thing I can say is try a different tv. Just to make sure Only way it stops glitching cause it booted or the GPU has failed

Usually you get a bad chip and the console will never boot from the beginning. I have never had one failed after a console has been working. Unless the soldier work is so poorly it has ripped a trace or lifted trace off the coolrunner. Usually this will cause it not to blink at all
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Hentch wrote It's never a good idea to buy a broken RGH not knowing what the problem is. Your best bet would be to restore retail (with backup nands) and remove the mod chip to test if the motherboard works as a retail system. From there you can determine whether RGH (or the repair) is worth your time.


First of all I doubt he has any of the nands for the console he bought it used. Not many people send original nands with the Xbox especially when it's used. Also the chip is glitching it's doing what it suppose to so I posted what I believe is wrong. Only other thing I can say is try a different tv. Just to make sure Only way it stops glitching cause it booted or the GPU has failed

Usually you get a bad chip and the console will never boot from the beginning. I have never had one failed after a console has been working. Unless the soldier work is so poorly it has ripped a trace or lifted trace off the coolrunner. Usually this will cause it not to blink at all


I doubt he has them as well but I wanted to mention that incase the problem is brick-related. He mentioned it "starts and shows the green light" so that could mean the console is booting but something like a faulty HANA chip is causing no display. This is likely to happen on trinity motherboards. If there is a broken trace or failing XCGPU I think the console would throw RROD or result in no power in my experiences of doing RGH/JTAG installs.

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The problem can be anywhere from a bad RGH install, to OP bricking his console, to something failing on the motherboard whether that be a faulty HANA, South, XCGPU or like Rodent said maybe a faulty TV or HDMI cable.

@er307 If you could provide a video or pics of the glitch chip that may help us determine the problem but with the minimal info we have it's hard to guess what's wrong. More info and pictures please!
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Hentch wrote
Rodent_Modz wrote
Hentch wrote It's never a good idea to buy a broken RGH not knowing what the problem is. Your best bet would be to restore retail (with backup nands) and remove the mod chip to test if the motherboard works as a retail system. From there you can determine whether RGH (or the repair) is worth your time.


First of all I doubt he has any of the nands for the console he bought it used. Not many people send original nands with the Xbox especially when it's used. Also the chip is glitching it's doing what it suppose to so I posted what I believe is wrong. Only other thing I can say is try a different tv. Just to make sure Only way it stops glitching cause it booted or the GPU has failed

Usually you get a bad chip and the console will never boot from the beginning. I have never had one failed after a console has been working. Unless the soldier work is so poorly it has ripped a trace or lifted trace off the coolrunner. Usually this will cause it not to blink at all


I doubt he has them as well but I wanted to mention that incase the problem is brick-related. He mentioned it "starts and shows the green light" so that could mean the console is booting but something like a faulty HANA chip is causing no display. This is likely to happen on trinity motherboards. If there is a broken trace or failing XCGPU I think the console would throw RROD or result in no power in my experiences of doing RGH/JTAG installs.

TLDR:
The problem can be anywhere from a bad RGH install, to OP bricking his console, to something failing on the motherboard whether that be a faulty HANA, South, XCGPU or like Rodent said maybe a faulty TV or HDMI cable.

@er307 If you could provide a video or pics of the glitch chip that may help us determine the problem but with the minimal info we have it's hard to guess what's wrong. More info and pictures please!


Being the console is rghed already doesn't mean it will always show an error code I have had console that booted a d never shown a pic due to the GPU is junk or needs to be reflowed. Could be as simple as a band nand flash and never boot just times out.
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Rodent_Modz wrote
Hentch wrote
Rodent_Modz wrote
Hentch wrote It's never a good idea to buy a broken RGH not knowing what the problem is. Your best bet would be to restore retail (with backup nands) and remove the mod chip to test if the motherboard works as a retail system. From there you can determine whether RGH (or the repair) is worth your time.


First of all I doubt he has any of the nands for the console he bought it used. Not many people send original nands with the Xbox especially when it's used. Also the chip is glitching it's doing what it suppose to so I posted what I believe is wrong. Only other thing I can say is try a different tv. Just to make sure Only way it stops glitching cause it booted or the GPU has failed

Usually you get a bad chip and the console will never boot from the beginning. I have never had one failed after a console has been working. Unless the soldier work is so poorly it has ripped a trace or lifted trace off the coolrunner. Usually this will cause it not to blink at all


I doubt he has them as well but I wanted to mention that incase the problem is brick-related. He mentioned it "starts and shows the green light" so that could mean the console is booting but something like a faulty HANA chip is causing no display. This is likely to happen on trinity motherboards. If there is a broken trace or failing XCGPU I think the console would throw RROD or result in no power in my experiences of doing RGH/JTAG installs.

TLDR:
The problem can be anywhere from a bad RGH install, to OP bricking his console, to something failing on the motherboard whether that be a faulty HANA, South, XCGPU or like Rodent said maybe a faulty TV or HDMI cable.

@er307 If you could provide a video or pics of the glitch chip that may help us determine the problem but with the minimal info we have it's hard to guess what's wrong. More info and pictures please!


Being the console is rghed already doesn't mean it will always show an error code I have had console that booted a d never shown a pic due to the GPU is junk or needs to be reflowed. Could be as simple as a band nand flash and never boot just times out.


I see what you mean but having RGH installed doesn't mean the console won't throw RROD when something fails such as a bad GPU, there are several errors that can tell you it's a bad GPU such as 0020 and sometimes 0100 if the rams check out. But yea I do agree OP's problem can be something extremely simple.

Also if you have a bad GPU I hope you don't reflow and expect permanent fixes. The proper/permanent fix is to reball and replace the faulty chip.
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Hentch wrote
Rodent_Modz wrote
Hentch wrote
Rodent_Modz wrote
Hentch wrote It's never a good idea to buy a broken RGH not knowing what the problem is. Your best bet would be to restore retail (with backup nands) and remove the mod chip to test if the motherboard works as a retail system. From there you can determine whether RGH (or the repair) is worth your time.


First of all I doubt he has any of the nands for the console he bought it used. Not many people send original nands with the Xbox especially when it's used. Also the chip is glitching it's doing what it suppose to so I posted what I believe is wrong. Only other thing I can say is try a different tv. Just to make sure Only way it stops glitching cause it booted or the GPU has failed

Usually you get a bad chip and the console will never boot from the beginning. I have never had one failed after a console has been working. Unless the soldier work is so poorly it has ripped a trace or lifted trace off the coolrunner. Usually this will cause it not to blink at all


I doubt he has them as well but I wanted to mention that incase the problem is brick-related. He mentioned it "starts and shows the green light" so that could mean the console is booting but something like a faulty HANA chip is causing no display. This is likely to happen on trinity motherboards. If there is a broken trace or failing XCGPU I think the console would throw RROD or result in no power in my experiences of doing RGH/JTAG installs.

TLDR:
The problem can be anywhere from a bad RGH install, to OP bricking his console, to something failing on the motherboard whether that be a faulty HANA, South, XCGPU or like Rodent said maybe a faulty TV or HDMI cable.

@er307 If you could provide a video or pics of the glitch chip that may help us determine the problem but with the minimal info we have it's hard to guess what's wrong. More info and pictures please!


Being the console is rghed already doesn't mean it will always show an error code I have had console that booted a d never shown a pic due to the GPU is junk or needs to be reflowed. Could be as simple as a band nand flash and never boot just times out.


I see what you mean but having RGH installed doesn't mean the console won't throw RROD when something fails such as a bad GPU, there are several errors that can tell you it's a bad GPU such as 0020 and sometimes 0100 if the rams check out. But yea I do agree OP's problem can be something extremely simple.

Also if you have a bad GPU I hope you don't reflow and expect permanent fixes. The proper/permanent fix is to reball and replace the faulty chip.


Just love how people 2nd guess what I reply to I only have been doing this for over 12 yrs.
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Just throwing out potential problems he can be having. We're both "guessing" because we have very minimal info to go off @Rodent
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