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Re-Flashing XBOX 360

Discussion in 'Xbox 360 - Modding & Hacking' started by QuadDamage, Nov 6, 2012.

  1. QuadDamage

    QuadDamage Member

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    Hi all,

    Im hoping that that you will be able to give me someone advise on the above.

    The situation as it stands is that I have a previously hacked xbox 360 that now has 3 red rings, the reason for this is because 18-24 months ago, Microsoft released an update which re-flashed the drives (I think?) and at the time there wasn't a new mod to make my console work.

    since then I have been away and have now returned and wish to re-flash my xbox.

    I don't have the original firmware as this was on a pc that died.

    What do I do to get my xbox working again?

    my thanks in advance for any help supplied.
     
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  3. peluynati

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    the same way it was done the first time, the update only flashed the drive to stock, it must be read, and then flashed with LT3.0
     
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    thanks for responding peluynati,

    If that's the case, how come as soon as the update was applied, it turns on with 4 red rings which then changes to 3?
     
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    4 red lights is overheating, i would need to know the secondary code to tell you why it overheated, in some cases if the drive was spoofed it can cause RROD!
     
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    I thought 4 red lights were due to the A/V cable not being connected on non HDMI models. I know that the 2 red lights (#1 and#3) is overheating. I've never heard of 4 red flashing lights being an overheating issue, but I could be wrong.
     
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    yes sorry, still need to know the secondary code, i will bet that it is incorrect firmware, which means the machine and the id strings of the drive did not match.
     
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