I've been given a falcon to try and fix after the original owner burned the hell out of the board trying to glitch it. After flashing it back to stock, taking off the glitcher and trying to repair the R4B24 resistor the box is booting with 3RL and 0022. Being totally honest my soldering isn't great, I can happily solder the CPU_PLL_BYPASS but this resistor is tiny to me. Seen as the board was pretty much going to get binned I had a go and these are the results
I know its messy but Its definitely not touching the other resistors but its only on the right pad where the R4B24 resistor was. Does the wire from the trace need to touch the left pad, and the resistor touch both left and right pads or should it be ok as it is? Im trying to fix a problem at a time and want to make sure that its definitely right. The xbox has a ton of other problems, it came without a nand for example so thats possibly whats causing the 0022 as well.
Any help would be greatly appreciated!