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WHATS WRONG WITH MY XBOX 360 DRIVE????????????

Discussion in 'Xbox 360 - Modding & Hacking' started by jarniboi, Nov 25, 2007.

  1. jarniboi

    jarniboi Member

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    Hi there

    i recently received my first xbox 360 unused. and i tried to flash it
    using the toolbox i think its the maximus one.

    anyway i did the raw dump then and this message came up saying do you want to open it i clicked yes and it gave me a fileruntime error message. i tried again no luck. repeated it 14 times and got 14 dumps.

    then i used the other optiion iXtreme1.2_rev2_Hitachi_Sense_Fixfw and it said firmware straight to drive i click it. then a loading bar came up meaning its flashing but it crashed half way through.

    this gave me an error and i had to lcik no until it got to the end of the bar. i got worried so connected the xbox 360 to my tv and gt a error message 65. but when i unplug the drive it loads the xbox 360 menu and says oppening drive and if i connect it back it goes to the error screen.

    the drive does eject or even spin the bxo 360 can't detect it.

    is the drive dead or bricked or is there anyway i can fix it.
    i have the original firmware key and the drive is 78. i have a windows vista computer which i connected it.

    please help me or i have just lost £200 pleassssssssssssee

    thanks

    (only answer my thread if you know about the problem)
     
  2. PS2Menace

    PS2Menace Regular member

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    As far as I know, you must use FWToolbox to flash a 0078 and the firmware is built into the program for it so you don't even need to load a FW.

    I'm assuming that you flashed the 0078.bin file from the ixtreme 1.2 release.. Did you insert your key?


    Anyway, try restoring your drive with FWToolbox and then re-flashing.

    You should be able to restore the drive and flash your orig.bin (with a valid key) back onto it. That'll take care of the E65.
    Then patch the fw with FWToolbox.
     
  3. jarniboi

    jarniboi Member

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    the drive does not eject meaning it does not open and the pc cannot detect the drive but can you or anyone give me a step by step guide for a beginner on how to do that


    thanks
     

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