LTP Connection

Discussion in 'Xbox 360 Support Archive' started by Lead InYo Face, Feb 6, 2010 with 9 replies and 593 views.

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  1. Lead InYo Face

    Lead InYo Face Enthusiast

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    So i made the cable shorter( maybe less then a foot) and i still can not detect a flash device. My solders are pretty good so what else is there to try?

     
  2. A E I 0wnz U

    A E I 0wnz U Enthusiast

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  3. Come Shot Mcgee

    Come Shot Mcgee Jets Over Everything

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    Change lpt port settings. It will work if everything else i correct.
     
  4. Z89

    Z89 Xbox Modification/Repair Master

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    what do u mean change the port settings? i can only find the settings to change lpt to 1 2 or 3 and that does nothing...OP if u get urs to work pm me how u did it cuz i have the same problem
     
  5. DannyDifalco

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    Plug power cable into Xbox leave Xbox off
    change parallel port to mode EPP SPP or BIDIRECTIONAL
     
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  6. Z89

    Z89 Xbox Modification/Repair Master

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    i only have EPP and ECP and i still have the problem =/
     
  7. DannyDifalco

    DannyDifalco Enthusiast

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    Use epp.
    Make sure power cable is in Xbox with Xbox power off
    make sure lpt connections are not touching.
    Make sure diodes black line is faceing Xbox 360 motherboard
    check solder points.
    Check ground point.
    Of all above doesn't work try taking resistors off.
    If all fails use another computer
     
  8. somethingwired7

    somethingwired7 Enthusiast

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    Make sure you installed the port95 driver or whatever for nandpro
     
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    Lead InYo Face

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    i've installed the drivers and tried all settings. still no luck :frown: what else is there
     
  10. A E I 0wnz U

    A E I 0wnz U Enthusiast

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    If you read my thread it will tell you just go try on another computer and stop complaining... Find a 5 year old computer. One that actually says to operate in SPP in BIOS and I bet you my jtag it will work...
     
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