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Author Topic: [tutorial]how To Dump The 1bl.bin, Fuses.bin And The Nand With Gentoo  (Read 431 times)

Sonic-NKT

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[tutorial]how To Dump The 1bl.bin, Fuses.bin And The Nand With Gentoo
« Reply #15 on: December 16, 2007, 07:59:17 AM »


hmm ok good to know, i got a nand image now but i really dont know if this works.
for the fuses and 1bl, i tried to start the dump32 in a ubuntu hdd installation and it wrote both files on the hdd before it crashes so i have everything i need now.




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B0Besh

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« Reply #16 on: December 20, 2007, 10:41:00 AM »


Hi Zouzzz,

First of all thanks for perfect tutorial!!!

I got a problem when starting sshd daemon, it says "could not load host key".
The keys should be located in "/etc/ssh/ssh_host_rsa_key" and "/etc/ssh/ssh_host_dsa_key" but I cannot find any of these files.

Please let me know if you have those two files.

Not sure if I am using the right gentoo version. I've downloaded it from here:

Gentoo beta v2

I've already checked md5 and it's fine.

Just a quick question, how are you connecting xbox360 to your PC, are you using switch between or directly through the crossover cable?

Are you using DHCP server to assign IP to xbox360 or assigning as static?

Thanks for answers,

B0Besh




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B0Besh

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« Reply #17 on: December 21, 2007, 05:37:35 AM »


Never mind, it's working now. I had to run dhcp server on the PC that I connected to xbox

Hi,
i wanted to backup my 4532 nand for future downgrade but i have some problems...
when i wanted to start the sshd server it gives me a error that it couldnt load host keys and it wont start.
why is this happening? maybe a wrong version of the live cd? (i got i from someone)


Hi looks like you had the same problem, you need to run dhcp to assign an IP to xbox, try using this free DHCP server, this worked fine for me, here is the link:

http://tftpd32.jouni...tftpd32.323.zip

Just a quick question, is that a problem if I get a bunch of errors after executing the "sudo ./tmbincdump-read2", or is it OK?

Here is part of the log:

/var/tmp$ sudo ./tmbincdump-read2
error reading 00007c00: 00000380
error reading 00007c01: 00000380
error reading 00007c02: 00000380
error reading 00007c03: 00000380
error reading 00007c04: 00000380

Thanks,
-B






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Herrrro tonnne

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« Reply #18 on: December 23, 2007, 08:24:22 PM »


Anyone mind  telling me what this does? Total noob to the scene here...




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xboxchina

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« Reply #19 on: December 25, 2007, 01:18:09 AM »


I can't download the tmbincdump pack with that link. I wonder that can you release a new link of the tmbincdump pack? thx. smile.gif




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_Challe_

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« Reply #20 on: December 31, 2007, 01:34:41 AM »


When i try dump32 my xbox crash
When i try tmbincdump-read3 i get error

Failed to return code 0 and error message
Eand loads of error reading

Can anyone help me out smile.gif

//Charlie




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_Challe_

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« Reply #21 on: January 01, 2008, 08:56:31 AM »


Since my box carshes while im trying to dump, ill try get the dumps to a usb-stick.
Is there a way for me to choose where the dump saves? or is it always in the tmp folder?
If i cant choose where to save it i guess i need boot Gentoo from a stick or harddrive.

Lets say that i want to boot Gentoo from a usb-stick, is there anything i need to change to the live cd files or the kingkong patch so that the box knows to look for the stick instead of the cd?

//Charlie




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Grim187

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« Reply #22 on: January 17, 2008, 02:37:40 PM »


I run sudo ./dump32 it just dies.

i have the exact same problem, has anyone figured this out yet?

Edit:

OK i finally got it working, so after transferring dump32 i disconnected and used the terminal in Gentoo to send the cmds, i also had to put sudo in front of the first cmd, it locked up at dumping nand the first time so i just exited out quickly when it got to that part the 2nd time and was able to dump it and reconnect to transfer it to my PC.

boy that was fun  ;D

p.s. the only way i was able to get a valid dump of the nand was thru the gentoo terminal as well.




Edited by Grim187, 18 January 2008 - 03:29 AM.


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aldercy101

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« Reply #23 on: February 09, 2008, 09:12:40 AM »


When you restore nand it'll give you the option of restoring with ipl or not. Do not restore someone else's ipl to your PSP.




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SnoopKatt

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« Reply #24 on: February 10, 2008, 07:15:26 PM »


When I try connecting with WinSCP, I always get an error "Host does not exist". Everything is hooked up and I cannot figure out why it won't let me connect. What should I do?
Thanks smile.gif




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SnoopKatt

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« Reply #25 on: February 10, 2008, 08:11:46 PM »


Never mind, I just downloaded the files to a tmp directory with the Epiphany browser and ran them. I also did what Grim187 did and stopped the crashing NAND dump program and did the real one as said in the instructions. But I'm still curious about something: When I did step 7 (doing the real NAND dump), the two dumping commands (sudo ./tmbincdump-read2 and sudo ./tmbincdump-read3) gave me a good amount of errors in hexadecimal. Is that normal?

Thanks for any help smile.gif




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openxdkman

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« Reply #26 on: February 11, 2008, 02:04:05 AM »


The meaning of error codes has been discussed on xbh in this thread :
http://www.xboxhacke...p?topic=7290.40

tmbincdump-read2 acts as a logical firmware dumper (it will avoid bad sectors) and just reports unused/blank sectors (usually at the end of the firmware) with error code 0x380 (not really an error).
These usused/blank sectors are usually filled with FF. If your Nand has zero bad sectors, the logical dump obtained will be the same as the physical dump.

tmbincdump-read3 acts as a physical firmware dumper.
Sectors are grouped together to form blocks of 32 sectors.
If one sector is bad, the group is marked as bad (I think).
0x350 reports the first sector of a bad block
0x310 reports the following sectors of a bad block
This dump will work all the time if you reflash (even if you have bad blocks).

Of course official MS software will never encounter problems with a Nand that has bad blocks (MS uses cheaper nands that have a few bad blocks).
But it  may not be the same with hackers tools, since tool's author may have error free nand at the time he developped the tool. Not everything is understood about the mechanism that allows MS software to 'avoid' bad sectors. So it may work or not, try your luck. It depends a lots on where are the bad sectors. Try to use lastest version of tools, in case improvement happened in regard of non error free nands.




Edited by openxdkman, 11 February 2008 - 11:10 AM.


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SnoopKatt

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« Reply #27 on: February 11, 2008, 04:50:15 PM »


Cool, thanks for clearing that up smile.gif




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astralev

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« Reply #28 on: June 30, 2008, 04:26:16 PM »


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How to dump the 1BL.bin, FUSES.bin and the nand

You need :
- xbox360 4532 or 4548
- USB keyboard and USB mouse
- PC with windows
- this files dumps with winscp403.exe, the dump32 et dump32.c files and the tmbincdump pack with : tmbincdump-read2, tmbincdump-read3, tmbincdump-read2.c and tmbincdump-read3.c files.

1 /Connect your xbox360 with the ethernet connection.

2/ Launch Cd live de Gentoo Beta 2 (don't work with the Beta 1)

3/ In Gentoo go to Applications->Accessories->Terminal and write :

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I can not run Gentoo Beta2  in my console. I download 2 version :
livecd-i686-installer-2008.0_beta2.7z   DVD disk  819mb
gentoo-livecd-xenon-beta-v2_2.iso  CD disk 621 mb

Is it necessary hacked console with  ixtreme firmware to run gentoo beta 2 ?
Is it necessary to install infectus 2 to run gentoo beta 2   ?

step 2/ Launch Cd live de Gentoo Beta 2 (don't work with the Beta 1)   i put cd disk gentoo 2 in my non flashed console and   nothing happens !!!   written MIXED MEDIA DISK




Edited by astralev, 01 July 2008 - 12:32 AM.


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torne

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« Reply #29 on: July 01, 2008, 09:28:03 AM »


Yes. smile.gif

You need to downgrade your 360 to dashboard to version 4532/4548 (which will require an Infectus unless you have an old xbox that has never been upgraded past that version already), you also need a flashed DVD drive capable of running burnt discs. The launcher for Linux is a patched version of the game King Kong.

The Gentoo disc does not directly boot on *any* 360. The XELL bootloader has to be run first via the King Kong exploit.




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