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Need Some Help Before I Start Flashing!

Discussion in 'Xbox 360 - Modding & Hacking' started by pkizzz, Jan 11, 2007.

  1. pkizzz

    pkizzz Member

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    Hi.

    I have a Toshiba Samsung MS25 DVD-Drive and I really want to flash it. But before I do that I got to make some things clear to myself.

    Can I Flash the drive with a ABIT IS7 Series motherboard?

    And how should I connect them to the ground? Should I connect the PC to the XBOX? Should I connect them both to the ground inside or outside? Can't I just put the XBOX down on the floor? And which wire should I use? should I use a green/yellow grounding wire? can I use any wire I want? Can I take out a wire from a PR cable and use it?

    Thanks for the help;)
     
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    i am not sure if you can use that mobo, i am hoping it has SATA ports? all you do is connect anywhere metal on the xbox to something metal on the pc, you don't even have to ground, i don't think half of anyone on here has ever grounded, and then you are going to need the extreme package you want. i think 5.2 is ok for ya.
     
  3. emachine

    emachine Guest

    Theres a difference between grounding and having something connected to the ground ;) But all you want to do is get a decent alligator clip which are real cheap and hook it to the metal case inside your pc and the metal frame on your xbox.
     
  4. pkizzz

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    Okey thanks guys.

    The Motherboard has regular sata ports to connect with harddiscs and dvd-drives. So does anyone know if an ABIT IS7 Series motherboard is able to flash a samsung MS25 drive?
     

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