XDK RROD Possible Fix

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  1. cocco1960

    cocco1960 Member

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    I was recording with a capture card the BF3 r70127 build and like always it crashed. I rebooted the console but the last time I tried to do so the console didn't turn on but instead it gave me the red ring.
    I never fixed a bricked console and I tried to check if it is broken and I think it is because it won't turn on in anyway.
    I don't know how to check what is the problem if someone can help me...
     
  2. Armorant

    Armorant Spirited Member

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    Don't know about XDK but retail one do have a way to get secondary error code info.
    How to get it:

    Secondary Error code table:
    https://xbox-experts.com/errorcodes.php
    At least you might find out what happened with your XDK.
     
  3. storm132

    storm132 Site Supporter 2016

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    I swear Battlefront 3 is cursed. Nothing good ever comes of it.

    Good luck with getting the kit fixed though :)
     
  4. cocco1960

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    I checked and I have the error E20 of the table. In the same site of the table there is written a process that I don't know how to do. Are there some guides that are well explained?
     
  5. Armorant

    Armorant Spirited Member

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    Well, if you have no experience with 360 disassembly at all then I'm sure you'll damage it's plastic case, so it's best to ask someone to do that. More important, if E20 was caused by RAM chips and they need to be resoldered/reflow then you have no other way but to ask someone from this forum to repair it. It's more vise to spent 50-100 dollars for professional repair and not to risk on your own.
     

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