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Lite-On DH-16ABSH - BurnerMax question

Discussion in 'Xbox 360 - Modding & Hacking' started by CatalystX, Aug 23, 2012.

  1. CatalystX

    CatalystX Member

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    I read elsewhere that the LITE-ON DH-16ABSH was compatible with burnermax and I found this drive on eBay, which appears to be it. Problem is, the label on the bottom (as shown in the pic) almost looks like it's for a different drive. But I'm by no means an expert on any of this, so maybe that's just nonsense.

    Basically, I'd like to know if this drive will work with burnermax? I almost bought the wrong drive earlier today and want to make sure I get the right one and this one's half what the iHas B models are that I've found. Obviously if I have to I'll just pay the extra and get the iHas, but if I can get this for cheaper, I'd certainly rather.

    Can anyone help me out here?
     
  2. Joe_1981

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    Just get an ihas, they're like $20 bucks and you KNOW that they work. Why even try to cheap out on a shortcut when the ihas drives aren't even expensive to begin with? Don't even try your luck with another drive. You'll just end up creating more headaches for yourself in the end. Do it right, from the start.
     
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    Where can one find a guaranteed "B" for 20$ these days?
     
  4. CatalystX

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    You're not likely to. The cheapest I've seen is $30 + shipping. Why I'm hoping to see if this one will also work as it's $17 with free shipping.
     
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    Well, they were floating around for $20 a few weeks ago. Either way, just pay the $30 and know you're getting the right drive. Why risk your money on something that allegedly works for some people? Just do it right. You're only spending an extra $10-$20 bucks and you KNOW it's gonna work correctly.

    $30 bucks or not. I'd rather just know I'm getting something that for surely will work and spend the extra money. It's not that much more expensive.
     
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