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X-clamp repar -still 0102-please help!!!

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OK.So I did llamas xclamp repair. I applied new AS5 and did the reheat of the GPU while keeping the CPU cool . I still cant get rid of this RROD 0102. please help any suggestions.

Nick-
Edited by nsciucco - 2/10/11 at 9:18am
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wow 20 views and not a single reply???
post #3 of 19
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Ok 45 views and not a single reply -- is it cause im a newbie?
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No. It's probably cause we don't know what's wrong still. Lol.

Did you make sure that you installed all connectors and heatsinks properly?

I know building a computer if you forget a single thing that is necessary for operation the computer won't boot.

Maybe you did all this work and forgot something? Not saying you did but simply to go back and double and triple check everything.
Edited by blackbalt89 - 2/9/11 at 7:18am
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Ya thanks...i did. There is only two components removed. That was the cpu heatsink and the gpu heatsink- both are on..lol
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Ya thanks...i did. There is only two components removed. That was the cpu heatsink and the gpu heatsink- both are on..lol


I'm not too educated on 360 repairs but are there any other things that cause RRoD 0102? Maybe there is another component on the motherboard that is getting too hot? Was there a lot of dust in there?

I sold my 360 elite before it took a dump and picked up a Slim for around 80 bucks after trading in a whole bunch of other crap so luckily I have not had this problem yet.
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No i cleaned it out good dust aint the problem
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No i cleaned it out good dust aint the problem
Then I'm at a loss. Stick around. I'm sure at least one person will know what's going on here.
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post #9 of 19
The RROD is caused by the GPU and the memory chip under the board. Go on youtube and try the penny trick, it might be look stupide but is the "easiest" way to fix the problem with the ram and if is not your problem that will prevent it to happen.

And try with another "BRICK" mine give me problem on a few xbox
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no the brick works fine on my other xbox. i tried the penny trick as well still no luck
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