Can i flash my 360 drive with this chipset?

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  1. kirota

    kirota Newbie

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    Ok so i'm trying to flash my 360 disc drive to play burned games....the part im a little confused on is the connecting the drive to your pc part

    tutorials say you need a compatible sata chipset...idk what that means but i have a

    XFX motherboard, with an nforce 740a SLI chipset


    so can i do it with that? and if i cant, what do i need to buy to be able to...

     
  2. Alteran

    Alteran Premium Premium

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    From what I can remember, you should be alright. But it really depends on what kind of drive your 360 has. Unless someone more experienced knows for sure that can help ou out better, I need what kind of drive you have.
     
  3. Haxalot88

    Haxalot88 VIP VIP

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    nforce series i believe is supported. I can't garuntee it, but go ahead and try to flash your drive using Jungleflasher, it should support most chipsets. Also from what I heard, it were via and nforce chipsets that were originally supported (although I believe a different series), so you should be good.
     
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    kirota Newbie

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    ok...i looked at my drive, and its a phillips....but im not sure if its a benq, or liteon
    does a phillips drive = liteon, or what? sorry just a lot of different names
     
  5. Abolfazl

    Abolfazl Contributor

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    Phillips = Lite-On

    You have a Lite-On meaning you will need to get a ck3 pro + probe
     
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