Details for Error code E64/1000

Bad DVD flash/ dead flash chip(Timeout)



1 red lights

 
Details
Primary Error code:1 red lights 1 RLOD
E-Code / Secondary Error code:E64 / 1000
Binary/Hex:01000000 / 0x40 -> 64
Known fixes:

1) Check the DVD power and SATA cable for damages and replace them if necessary.
2) If you have soldered a modchip to the drive recently make sure it is sinstalled properly otherwise the flash chip isnt powered.
3) The flash chip must be desoldered and reflashed with an external programmer, recover the dvd-key if you can (unless you have a backup)...

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Description:

This error occurs if something goes wrong while flashing the drive or installing a modchip.A sign for it is that the dvd-drive doesnt eject the tray anymore.
DVD drive timed out during reset.
It can also be caused by a faulty DVD power or SATA cables(edsondario & Fios89)

References:

edsondario & Fios89 - power cables etc., thanks a lot!

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Comments for this Error code:

EkE on 2015-06-25 08:19:07 :

This is cold solder joint under the Southbridge problem (or bad SB). Reflow or
Reball the SB.
(Sometimes the console boot up if you push the SB.)

 

occhialidasoleoakleyjuliet on 2015-01-19 05:21:49 :

It work

 

velihukka on 2013-02-20 11:46:20 :

My Trinity had the same problem. Found out it was a bad SATA cable, which had
broken because of being compressed to a too tight place. Obviously an
engineering oversight by M$, new cable fixed the problem

 

anonymou5001 on 2012-10-18 23:56:16 :

tried different cables, tried a good dvd drive. tried all 4 old versions of
stock liteon drives, tried newer version of 02510C firmware in case old owner
crashed system in the middle of that flashing update. tried clearing update info
with sync button turn on. reflashed good drive like 30 times with different
cords and versions of stock. still ERROR E64. i will try to overheat trick maybe
that will work.

 

shadow-wizzard on 2012-03-10 14:22:08 :

i got jasper E64, and to fix this E64, replace the sb chip.

 

isomod on 2011-06-26 16:01:57 :

iv tried changing the dvd drive cables and even tried different drives on the
console but still get this error. But it seems to work fine without any drive or
drive cables plugged in...anybody know how to fix it in my situation???? please
help!! D:

 

isomod on 2011-06-26 15:58:41 :

iv tried changing the dvd drive cables and even tried different drives on the
console but still get this error. But it seems to work fine without any drive or
drive cables plugged in...anybody know how to fix it in my situation???? please
help!! D:

 

isomod on 2011-06-26 15:57:43 :

iv tried changing the dvd drive cables and even tried different drives on the
console but still get this error. But it seems to work fine without any drive or
drive cables plugged in...anybody know how to fix it in my situation???? please
help!! D:

 

isomod on 2011-06-26 15:57:29 :

iv tried changing the dvd drive cables and even tried different drives on the
console but still get this error. But it seems to work fine without any drive or
drive cables plugged in...anybody know how to fix it in my situation???? please
help!! D:

 

krisstoddart on 2011-01-21 08:03:03 :

Microsoft telephone support claim that this error is caused by using low quality
(or non genuine) HDMI cables. Apparently cheap HDMI cables will work with your
360 just fine, but will eventually cause random errors. (Such as the E64 in this
case)

Try using the cables that came with the 360 (quality sucks i know!) and if the
error doesn't come back consider investing in a top quality HDMI cable.

 

wes on 2010-08-10 21:29:48 :

I got this after having E73/1021 error, I did a DIY adv. hybrid on just the GPU.
Found component video still wouldn't display anything, HDMI & VGA
would show E73 error onscreen. Overheated it with fan on CPU, left it cool for
about an hour, tried it and it worked! But only showed logo and never went to
dash (image kept moving tho) and colour + syncing was off.

Then I got this E64 error, checked DVD cables & still the same.. I then put
back and EVENLY tightened the screws holding the mobo in. Powered it back up,
green lights!! :D

Then I checked Kernel and it's an exploitable Jasper! :D

Good luck!!

 

Danco2009 on 2010-08-02 03:03:02 :

I was flashing a liteon drive and just after the erase there was a power outage.
When power came back on the drive would not eject and E64. Moral of story get a
UPS if you flash as part of you business.

 

killrhedake on 2010-04-29 08:16:32 :

My sister's console 0102-ed and I messed up the dvd drive pins when I
removed the drive to fix it. It then rebooted showing E64. Fixed the pins, and
was good to go.

 

Fios89 on 2009-11-16 02:02:50 :

Bad DVD drive cables can also cause E-64. My xbox E-64ed, changed out the
power/data cables and it booted just fine

 

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