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Any Difference???

Discussion in 'Xbox 360 - Modding & Hacking' started by drock99, Dec 27, 2007.

  1. drock99

    drock99 Member

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    i got my 360 flashed by someone to with a older version but i want to update to a newer version myself.
    Is there any difference when flashing an already flashed xbox 360 compared to flashing for the first time?
     
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    depends. what drive do you have? if you have a hitachi, you should "restore" to the original and then reflash. if it's a samsung/lg or benq, i think you can just reflash without any problems.
     
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    got the samsung drive. thanks
     
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    ya then if you have a samsung just flash as normal. do you have your orig.bin from the person who flashed?if not just read the firmware on the drive as a orig.bin since you only need the drive key for the new firmware. then just copy orig.bin to iextreme 12x folder and create the new ix14.bin. i only say 12x because i read on xbox-scene that they can detect fan upgrades and shit, and if they can do that i am wondering if they can detect the disc being read slower than originals do.
     
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    i have the old Xtreme firmware (the one where you cant go on Live). would it work the same way?
     
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    ya no probs, it still has your drive key injected to it.
     

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