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Can not boot to SYBA SY-VIA-150 PCI SATA

Discussion in 'Xbox 360 - Modding & Hacking' started by phenix, Jan 18, 2007.

  1. phenix

    phenix Member

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    I just received this yesterday from NewEgg



    But I can not boot to the card. I only can use it in Windows. Now I don't think it matters but it came with the VIA VT6421A chipset into of the VIA VT6421L.

    But what do I need to do to get my mobo to boot to this?

    This is the mobo I have:
     
  2. phenix

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    Oh and it's not so much that I can't boot to the card, just I am trying to flash my Xbox 360's firmware and the card isn't seen in DOS and I'm not even sure how to get it to be seen, in general, so I can gt into the card's BIOS.
     
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    I'm having the exact same issue. no solution yet...
     
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    Download the VIA drivers 5.30 (I believe) from Viaarena.com
    Depending on whether or not you guys have m28 or m25 drives, if you want the drive seen in dos then
    Use xtreme boot maker to set up floppy with hexedited mtkflash
    Hook SATA from 360 drive to SATA Card
    Turn on 360
    Turn on PC and boot to DOS with bootdisk
    At dos type mtkflash r /m /sata orig.bin
    It will then have an option for xtreme primary
    If using M28 turn off 360 then select xtreme primary, if m25 then keep 360 on and select.
    Wait 10-15 seconds on m28 drive then turn it back on. It should start reading
    If m25, it should start reading immediately.

     

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