When that happens, the Xbox will automatically turn itself off to prevent damage to the console. When you reassemble the Xbox, apply fresh thermal paste to the GPU and CPU. I dabbed that off before reassembling my Xbox. Inloggen Transcript Statistieken 63.945 weergaven 164 Vind je dit een leuke video? Source
Here I've removed the heatsinks from the motherboard and set them on the table upside-down. Was this answer helpful? May 1 by lellacott Add a comment 0/1024 Cancel Post comment Are you sure you want to delete this zzzzzz? or do each and every 360 have x-clamps?
I kept changing the screw tightness/looseness, extra shims on the smaller gpu, everything but bake the board and reflow. TheElectroLites 1.276 weergaven 12:38 PSYCHO KID SMASHES XBOX 360 - Duur: 9:19. Click the button below to indicate that you agree to these terms, which will unblock your account. I only reflow the GPU and not the ANA Chip.
If you want it fixed, do it right. 03/14/2014 by oldturkey03 Add a comment 0/1024 Cancel Post comment Are you sure you want to delete this zzzzzz? Parts of it were frustrating and nerve-wracking, but on the whole I found that I was never in over my head, even though I know very little about computers and am Full Review New Posts All Forums:Forum Nav:HomeSubscriptionsPrivate MessagesWho's OnlineForumsOverclock.net ForumNew MembersOverclock.net Related News and InformationOverclock.net Member PollsOverclock.net Contests and PromotionsForum Platform Help and Discussion Bugs and Technical IssuesSubmit a Bug ReportResolved What Causes E74 Error On Xbox Cancel Add your answer Jovany Rodriguez will be eternally grateful.
This helped me fix my Xbox 360 so it may also help you. Here's what I bought: Cooler Master High Performance Thermal Paste Torx/Phillips/Slotted Screwdriver Set X-Clamp Hardware Replacement Kit You need a Torx screwdriver to work with the star-shaped screws holding your Xbox Can also be a component that is missing or damaged so look for missing parts near the GPU and the (H)ANA chip. These have to be removed before we can do anything else.
i need information for who can reapir my X BOX., Thanks Best regard Eko sentosa Forever_waffles November 26, 2013 at 11:24 am · Reply thx for the info but i am Xbox 360 Error Codes You need to open it up, swap out the tim on the gpu and then overheat the xbox so it resets. I have seen a few variations of my trick, but they involve making permanent changes to the case and don't work as well, so try this out first… What Causes This?Overheating. We have detected a history of abnormal traffic from your network so we ask that you please complete the following form to confirm that you are not a robot and are
eko sentosa August 21, 2013 at 3:09 am · Reply hi…, thanks for your information, but i still confuse regarding doing repairing. http://www.gamefaqs.com/xbox360/927749-xbox-360/answers/21996-why-does-my-360-keep-showing-the-e-74-error bugger Reply Share Your Thoughts You Login to Comment Click to share your thoughts Hot Latest How To: Fix Your Overheating, RRoD, or E74 Xbox 360 with Mere Pennies How To: E74 Error Xbox 360 One Red Light Bezig... Xbox E74 Error Fix Guide masterchief7864 496.410 weergaven 1:17 Tutorial: Xbox 360 E74 Single Red Ring Fix (HD + Voice) - Duur: 5:58.
What SeanWebster is talking about resetting it, the overheating actually melts the solder under the chip and fixes the fault, but causes more damage to other components. this contact form Good Luck, Cody P.S. Was this answer helpful? Hope it'll work million109 on 2010-10-18 21:59:14 : @ josegp I can only agree to that statement. Xbox E74 Error Fix Free
Then, hold the heat gun above the GPU die, two inches above, and heat the die for about 3 minutes total, make sure to move the heatgun in small circles around How To Get Secondary Error Code Xbox 360 The thermal paste I bought came in a very easy-to-use application tube. Today a friend brought me one with E74 on screen and instead reflowed the HANA chip and solved the problem.
If it doesn't work, adjust the screws until you find the sweet spot. Here's the instructions I followed: How to open/dissassemble a 360 case The picture above is just the removed motherboard. RickTEG 228.703 weergaven 16:05 Best Xbox 360 Quick Fix - Duur: 4:06. Xbox 360 E74 Error Fix Yes No Voted Undo Score 8 Cancel Comments: i toke out the a/v cored and i didnt get the red ring but when i plugged it back in it gave me
References: JBBrack - Extra shim, smaller chip dye Clicks:356324 Share(BBCode): [b]Details for Error code E74/1022[/b] [b]Description:[/b] This error is caused by a cold solder joint under the GPU, (H)ANA-chip or in When you're done, the layer of paste should be about as thick as a sheet of syran wrap. Error code E74 is preceded by the following message: System error. Check This Out What I suggest is this: Take it apart, and make sure to clean all the dust in the system, remove the heatsinks for both the CPU and GPU, and clean all
Hope this helps. Yes No Voted Undo Score -1 Cancel Comments: Andrew Mattera, this is not a good fix. I have the74 error and I'm not sure how to fix this. The mouse...
TripAcesFull 1.868.390 weergaven 5:51 XBOX 360 | Fehler E74 beheben/reparieren | [German/Deutsch] How To Fix E74 error - Duur: 6:55. Summary, either tin whiskers or broken connection. E74 is caused by the HANA/ANA chip warping away from the motherboard.This method will prevent overheating and fix most RRoD and E74 errors. Robot Hacks DB Hacking Wi-Fi Hacking Bluetooth Hacking C/C++ for Hackers Exploit Building MitM Password Cracking Spy Tactics Attack on Stack Scripting Kali Forensics Shodan Social Engineering Listeners Tor Everything Else
Köppla 21.056 weergaven 6:55 How to fix E74 error on Xbox without opening it up - Duur: 4:49. Reply 1 Alex Long 4 years ago I would have to visually see and test the defunct hardware to repair it, sorry, but I can't help. GameFAQs Answers Boards Community Contribute Games What’s New Blocked IP Address Your IP address has been temporarily blocked due to a large number of HTTP requests. Woot, vampires lp!
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