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Decaopie

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Ok, I am having so many problems right now and I need help.

I ordered my pci vt6421 sata card 2 days ago and paid for 1 day shipping so I could do it today and not have to wait over the weekend.

I plug it into my computer put the cd in to install the drivers.

I than plugged the cord that was already plugged into my xbox into the card.
Is that a sata cord? Or do I have to buy one from the store. And if I do could you post a picture on what one looks like?

Ok, than I opened jungleflasher. Went to the MTK Flash32 tab and clicked unlock benq. It says it returns and error. Under port properties the TYPE says IDE instead of Sata.
Is this because the cord? Or was I suppose to unplug another card from my motherboard and than plug in my new sata card?

Please help I'm so so so confused.
 
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alexpapas91

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your not using jungleflasher right!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!

go to youtube and type in how to use jungleflasher.


Also hears a other tip.

open the tray then shut it half way and hold it till it stops pulling.

then when trying to get the drive details pull the power from the drive and put it right back in and it should get details then you can read the drive.
 
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Decaopie

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Ok thank you for your quick reply. So is the cord that was in my xbox fine?
 
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alexpapas91

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the sata cord in the xbox 360 is very short but it will work the same as if u have a 2 foot one.
 
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Decaopie

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Ok thank you for the help =]
but now im having another problem ughh.
I cant get my xbox to be read by jungleflasher.
 
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Cole Goodyear

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Lol, you really should have read up before you started the whole process.

Your PCI card you ordered should have come with a red sata cable. Hook that up from the back of your drive to the computer. Power on the drive, open JF, select the correct port, BenQ unlock, read, save, autoload firmware, save CF, write.

BenQ's are mind nummingly easy
 
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