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looking for toshiba drive...

Discussion in 'Xbox 360 - Modding & Hacking' started by udaredme, Jan 29, 2007.

  1. udaredme

    udaredme Member

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    ive got the toshiba TS-H943..Which i have flashed several 360's to date with no problems..till now..Now that i try to flash my own 360, the floppy messes up halfway thru the flash..now my drive is blocked..and the famous E65 code..i have tried countless times to reflash it..SO..where is a good place to pick up a TS-H943 drive? Ebay has em all day long..just too pricey...
     
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    OR..what other drives would interchange...?
     
  3. JThomas05

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    i heard any drive from an xbox 360 will work if you have the key from the firmware
     
  4. udaredme

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    thats what i thought...if i cant fix my bad flash..then ill have to get another one.
     
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    use the m28 bad flash method. it works even on m25 drives but you have to have a via chipset to do it.
     
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    ive tried that method..just gonna give it several more tries..i should have a via chipset since ive flashed several drives so far...its just annoying to do since it takes time to do...sit there power on..power off..power on..and so forth...
     
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    Well you have to make a new bootdisk with the m28 broke patch and the other option enabled to do a bad-flash. I think you still have to do it to bad-flash a m25

    Try this though
    turn on the 360 then turn on the pc
    turn off the 360 right before you select xtreme primary
    select xtreme primary
    count to 10
    turn on 360
     
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    yes from what i understand, the process is the same for the m25/m28. Ive tried that method a couple times earlier today..ill try again once i get home at 7am..thanks for the reply.
     

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