Sign in to add this to Watch Later Add to Loading playlists... It's a pain in the ass: I reflowed the solder on every RAM chip and 0013 kept coming back. So far I've fixed it by unplugging fans till it hits 2 RROD, then restart it and it works.. Check if the address is correct.
Remember this when you reflow the solder: -Use a heat gun that goes up to between 400 and 450 degrees Celsius -Heat up the area under the motherboard where the GPU Complete. - Duration: 13:55. I think I'd need some fans from some Jasper Xbox 360s to keep the noise level down with the fans spinning at 12V. If so, It'll be nice having someone else to compare notes with as there isnt much information about this stuff out there.
NewsTutorialsShopForums Home >> Xbox Repair Guide >> Editable Xbox 360 Error code Database / List >> Add a new Error code >> Edit an existing Error code Login Loading... This time around, I'm also applying a slightly modified version of the fan shroud mod. Should I offer to apply the 12V fan mod on those broken Xbox 360s?
The fans at the back expel a good amount of heat, and whatever the fans can't take, the secondary heatsink takes up the rest. funnyfatguyjosh 1,600,465 views 2:10 how to fix your no video problem/RROD on xbox 360 (after x-clamp) - Duration: 34:06. I reflowed the solder on both the GPU and scaler chip as the GPU could also be at fault and let the system run for about close to 6 hours without All have good data on them.
There is no way the chip will ever get hot enough. The next issue im encountering is being able to heat the GPU evenly. Add to Want to watch this again later? There are always dangers doing it but if your getting a new 360 then couldn't hurt too much if something goes wrong.
Since the profile of the chip is thicker in some parts, getting all of the solder balls to melt evenly, and at the same time, is crucial. Currently, I'm able to perfectly reball the GPU about 50% of the time, which I find acceptable considering the level of difficulty and precision involved. No account? What the hell's going on?!
But setting those things aside, I just want to play. his comment is here What's the problem? DinohScene, Jan 26, 2014 Top #9 Member slingblade1170 GBAtemp Advanced Fan Joined: Mar 15, 2009 Messages: 624 Country: Yup reballed, no worries after that. They should swap it over for you.I did that one time.
Sign in to report inappropriate content. That will solve a lot of minor problems (like random E79, odd lights on the RoL and problems with the Play and Charge cable). Changed PC, and now my dumps don't generate any more errors, but I've done 3 dumps since I resoldered the diode and none of them match. this contact form UPDATE 2: Reflow complete.
Up next Xbox 360 RROD Blowtorch Fix ( error 0110 ) - Duration: 5:10. Thanks for the tutorial, I'm always looking for ways to expand my knowlege!a little tip, if you can find a cracked plasma tv (all over ebay, scavenging yards etc), salvage the GPU will nto reach the solder melting point, it will die before ever getting that far.
UPDATE: It was a short somewhere around the solder spots for the LPT cable. adamx06-19-2010, 04:22 PMAre you sure its a torx 7? TmEE06-30-2010, 04:17 AMEasier or not, it's not really the answer... Sign in 1 0 Don't like this video?
texasproxmodsxe on 2010-11-20 22:42:38 : O1O2 ALSO can be scratched trace on board under gpu due to removing x-clamps with screwdriver cwailes on 2010-09-29 23:58:48 : If I do the No, create an account now. Loading... http://thetechevent.com/xbox-error/xbox-error-67.html When I turned it on, it was on 3RL.
fans to 12V will make things better aswell, but only definite way is reballing the chips Ace06-30-2010, 11:59 AMYou should try the X-Clamp fix first, 1000 times easier and requires less