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Possible Bad Flash?

Discussion in 'Xbox 360 - Modding & Hacking' started by iHacker, Nov 6, 2011.

  1. iHacker

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    I had a Hitachi 47 with LT-Plus 1.1 and spoofed as a LiteOn with the LiteOn's key listed when I bring it up in JungleFlasher. I then bought Live and wanted to restore it to stock with the LiteOn key so I don't get banned. I restored it to stock Hitachi 47 FW with the LiteOn's key on it. Now the drive will not open unless I use a paperclip and when I do the XBox's light flashes green.
    I then tried flashing my original LT-Plus 1.1 spoofed FW and that did not change a thing. What did I do wrong? How can I fix it?
     
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    funksoulb Regular member

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    I'm not sure what you mean by "the LiteOn's key". The key will always be the same as it ties the drive in the console to the console itself.
     
  3. iHacker

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    I mean the firmware was spoofed to have the LiteOn's key, not the Hitachi's original key.
     
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    That LiteOn would have had to be spoofed with the Hitachi's key, because the Hitachi's key matches the console's motherboard key, because it was the original drive in the console. The two keys must match to play games.
     
  5. iHacker

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    No, the LiteOn was the original drive of the console.
     

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