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fishy123

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#1
ive just got a 360 which has a clear case fitted which has 3rrod.
now fixed :)
i now want to have a go at flashing the dvd drive.
prob is that the sticker on the drive is all ripped up as the guy who had it previous put a clear top on it so you can see the disk spinning.
all i can see is ts-h943 and i think its a samsung drive.
it also says toshiba samsung storage technology.
is this an easy drive to start with?
can anyone shed some light on this for me?
 

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#2
scrap the above questions lol i now know its a sammy drive and have ixtreme off xbins for that drive.
i may need some advice on which way to go about creating the modded firmware from my original dump when i get to that stage though.
 

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yeah i bought a sata card with the correct chipset a while ago.
just plucking the courage up lol
 
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go for it mate it is so easy just make sure if like my via card it has 3 sata ports on it you plug the drive into number 1 or you will spend all night trying to find it
 

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go for it mate it is so easy just make sure if like my via card it has 3 sata ports on it you plug the drive into number 1 or you will spend all night trying to find it
thanks for the tip mine does have 3 ports :)
 

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i am following the above tut using iprep.
i have created the usb boot drive.
it boots fine
i connect sata lead
agree to terms and hit enter
but when i enter dsam 301**** 55** then hit enter
all i get is no drive detected??
any ideas
 
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#9
is it the sammy 25 or 28 version mate ?

if its the 28 version remember the 10 second switch on off