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Old 07-31-2005, 11:19 PM   #11 (permalink)
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Originally posted by idiotec
I would rather solder a cpu than do that damn top d0 on the xbox, man, what b1tch. I did one that way, definately worth taking the mobo out and use the bottom d0
Shoot man D0 is easyyy...just gotta put the wire in...bend at a 90o angle and then melt some solder on the 1mm soldering iron tip and scrape across.....i've soldered so many hundreds of chips it's not even funny..... what i hate is having to desolder a chip that some n00b messed up....

broken traces....o.m.g i'm not even gonna start on that subject

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