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Will the Lite-on iHas 124-04 work via a via vt6421 chipset pci card?

Discussion in 'Xbox 360 - Modding & Hacking' started by xM0RGUEx, Oct 20, 2011.

  1. xM0RGUEx

    xM0RGUEx Regular member

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    I am asking this because right now i only have an old desktop which only supports ide. I just ordered this dvd drive and i have one extra sata port on my pci card. I know i can buy an enclosure, but those are more money than the dvd drive itself.

    Thanks for the replies in advance.
     
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    whompus Active member

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    I would thinks so. But not with the card setup for flashing 360 drives. You would have to have the drivers enabled. I have not tested that though. I say give it a shot before you purchase an enclosure.
     
  3. funksoulb

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    ^^Agreed. With the drivers installed it should work and I can't see why it wouldn't, but as I've not tried it I can't be 100% sure.
     
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    Any SATA card will work. All it is, is a normal SATA drive. Any controller works
     
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    question regarding the new drives that burn the whole image... the liteon's, do you have to flash them with the firmware? and how? just as a normal 360 flash?
     
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    The FW hasn't been released but it will flash just like any other drive. I'm sure JF will support it or you can always flash with dosflash
     
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    I have the same qustion regarding using the VIA6421 card, as my desktop is IDE only. Definitely interested to see if the drive recognizes with the drivers enabled.
     
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    If you are using JF you don't want the drivers enabled, but you'll need a controlle with the drivers enabled to burn depending on what Teamx releases.
     
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    You don't use JungleFlasher. The guide has already been released on how to flash the drives. You can find a link to it in post 1 of this thread: -

    http://forums.afterdawn.com/t.cfm/f...our_questions_hopefully_answered_here-913418/
     
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    I just added the iHAS drive to my rig, and it was recognized no problem by the VIA VT6421 card with the drivers enabled. Bring on Burner Max!
     

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