DVD Drive Error - Drive timeout or incorrect firmware. There are multiple causes to this error, but the most common is frequent use of scratched discs.
DVD Drive Error - Often due to a disc tray that is not completely closed.
DVD Drive Error - The disc drive version doesn't match the expected version by the console. Make sure the DVD drive is of the same version originally included with the console, and that it is using either the original firmware included with the console, or more recent firmware. If the drive can eject, read, and write discs in Windows, but causes an error code on the console, replacing original firmware should fix the issue.
Hard Drive Error - Hard drive timed out during reset. Error is likely caused by a faulty hard drive. Remove the drive from the console, and attempt to login. If your Xbox 360 works without error when the hard drive is removed, then you can ascertain that the hard drive is bad.
Voltage Error - Additional accessories are drawing too much power. Attempt to remove unnecessary accessories first, and then necessary components such as the hard drive and USB devices. Any modifications to the Xbox case can also cause this error. In some cases, this error has accompanied a hard drive that is not DMA configured.
Hard Drive Error - Reading the hard drive security sector failed. This error could be caused by a bad hard drive or hard drive connection. Try removing the hard drive and playing without it to determine if it is faulty.
Hard Drive Error - Hard drive not found by console. Make sure your hard drive is properly seated and connected.
Dashboard Error - Possibly a dashboard update error. Attempt to clear the dashboard by holding the sync button while booting the Xbox. Any failed updates should be cleared during booting. If this does not fix the error, then the console must be serviced by Microsoft.
Dashboard Error - Error is usually caused by a loose pin connector or missing NAND chip. The common solution has been reflowing the Southbridge.
I/O Hardware Error - Caused by a cold solder joint on the Southbridge or ethernet chip. Usually, reflowing the ethernet chip or Southbridge area will fix this.
I/O Hardware Error - Common cause of this error is a cold or cracked solder joint underneath the GPU. Reflowing the GPU usually fixes this error message. In some cases, the problem is alleviated by replacing the X-clamp and thermal paste on the GPU.
Ethernet Error - Couldn't read ethernet PHY vendor. Oddly, this error is occasionally caused by the DVD drive not being connected properly.
Ethernet Error - Your Xbox 360 has a dead network chip. This can happen when the chip has seen a high surge in voltage. The network chip must be replaced.
Ethernet Error - Similar to E76, this error is caused by a bad network chip. It might also be caused by a short between the heat sink and resistors, or by more serious problems with the RAM. Attempt to reflow the area around the network chip.
Dashboard Error - ASICID check failed. There are no known fixes to this problem.
Dashboard Error - Couldn't start xam.xex due to a hard drive malfunction. Attempt to start the console again without the hard drive in to verify that this is the problem.
corrupted file system or a hard drive problem. Seeing as you have checked the HDD and confirmed it is functional, I'm thinking it might be a software/NAND chip based problem.
hdd에러 입니다. 뺐다가 다시 꽂아 보세요.
LPT플래슁을 후 복구됨
e79에러는 로더 다시 올린다고 보면 된다. jtag 납땜 다시하고 12625로더도 옵션주고 다시 설치 하더다.. 친구 제퍼 에러 엄청 심했는데 지금은 에러 하나도 없이 잘 사용중임.
트레이버튼눌러서 셀부팅되나보시고 셀부팅되면 백업낸드가지고 다시만들어 셀에서 낸드올려 보세요
1) Replace your harddrive. 2) If you know it isnt the harddrive try the Southbridge X-Clamp Fix or Reflow the Southbridge 3) Check JTAG wiring! Especially the diodes they MUST face the correct direction - Away from J2D2.
Dashboard Error - This error occurs when your Xbox 360 dashboard has been upgraded, but you are missing the resistor R3T6. The easiest way to fix this error is to downgrade to the old dashboard, solder the resistor, and then upgrade the Xbox.