the only way to get your key is with the special tools for xecuter but there is a way to solder and do it but idk howSo as it turns out i have a lite-on, is there no way to maybe transfer my key to another drive (Hitachi) that my friend has? Am i just skrewed since i dont have the connectivity kit?
Nice post man. I was surprised to see that this was written yesterday
I modded my friends and my 360 about a year ago. Since than I was able to get games, burn em and play em no problem. Now with wave 3 I gotta re-mod them :-. Since I modded them I've upgraded my PC so I bought a via VT-6421 because my mobo sata isn't compatible.
I get up to:
Reading your Xbox 360 Drive
1. Connect your 360 to your Sata port on your computer. Start up the Xbox.
2. Go to your DosFlash64 folder, right click the DosFlash64 file, run as administrator.
But DosFlash64 isn't seeing the dvd rom... It's a Hitachi 47DH. Does the drive have to be in mode-b? I tried both way, in and not in mode-b... I'm gonna try it with my 360, I have a different drive, forgot which 1... It's a BenQ / Lite-on / Phillips
I don't see where the Edit button is so I had to make a new post... :-
I got a BenQ VAD6038, DosFlash64 sees it and asks if I want to send the Magic28 command but everytime it does, it fails. Because of that fail it tells me to try Geremia's unlock method. "Eject drive tray, power off drive, push drive tray in until it is half open, power on drive, press "Yes" if you are ready." I try this method to try n put it into ModeB but no luck. I thought only the Hitachi drive had to be put into ModeB... I can't get my BenQ into ModeB, should it be?
Apparently it auto-appends my posts because I was the last post
After turnin my 360 on and off and re-running the DosFlash64 it finally put it into ModeB...
Now it won't save my orig.bin lol...
It's stuck on Reading Bank 0 during the save of the .bin file
Now DosFlash won't see my rom...
OK, now I'm seein the drive again but still gets stuck on Bank 0 when it tries to make my orig.bin. DosFlash64 seems to be very buggy...
Alright. So after about 2 hours I finally got it
You have to make sure you use the right SATA port on your card. That is, if you use a VT6421. I used the inner SATA port and it seems to be working a lot better. I was able to successfully flash my BenQ drive. I'm workin on my friends Hitachi 47DH now