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Possible bricked drive

Discussion in 'Xbox 360 - Modding & Hacking' started by kerney, Nov 8, 2011.

  1. kerney

    kerney Member

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    I tried flashing my Litton drive back to stock, but something happen during the process and now the drive back is not responding. Can this be reversed? If not what's the best was to replace the drive. I have all the original firmware.
     
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    if you have the orig.bin then it is fixable..just start over from the beginning and take it step by step.open jungle flasher load your orig.bin first .then the fw u wanna mix with (orig or hacked fw) then liteon erase then just write .should be good.when u do liteon erase your drive will go into vendor mode.
     
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    Drive isn't recognized by the computer anymore
     
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    if your using a sata card make sure the driver r uninstalled.
     
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    1. open jungle flasher
    2. load your target f/w / and / or key.bin (however you choose to do it)
    3. go to mtk flash tab / hit intro to device ID
    4. after you see the .... power the drive on wait 3 sec, if nothing power cycle the drive again .. it should recognize the drive as wind-bond or something then liteon erase and flash as normal. I bet you power cycled the drive before you see the second set of ... in JF when it returns status ox72
     

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