PLEASE READ COMPLETELY BEFORE ATTEMPTING!!!! The method for LiteOn drives has changed. Please see this tutorial: Dump FULL LiteOn firmware Some people have said that the Jungle Flasher tutorial seemed a bit confusing so I am making this tutorial to make it a bit easier to understand! This image tutorial was created to show you how to dump and flash a STOCK 83850C Lite-ON with Jungle Flasher. Things you will need: Jungle Flasher v0.1.66 iXtreme 1.6 for 83850C Lite-ON Compatible SATA chipset SATA cable PortIO installed (requires 32bit Operating System) .Net Framework 2.0 or higher CK3 Lite/PRO (optional) Make sure to have iXtreme 1.6 for 83850C Lite-ON in the firmware folder that is within the Jungle Flasher folder so you can utilize the autospoof feature! File name: ix16-liteon838.bin If your onboard SATA is compatible, you can skip the steps for removing the VIA driver. In this tutorial I am using a VIA SATA card with the 6421 chipset. I have removed the VIA driver from C:\WINDOWS\System32\drivers folder to prevent a system freeze when trying to erase the Lite-ON. To remove the VIA driver: 1. Disable VIA card in Device Manager. 2. Go to C:\WINDOWS\System32\drivers and remove "viamraid.sys" or "vsmraid.sys". 3. Re-Enable VIA card in Device Manager. 4. Re-Boot PC. ----------WARNING-------- When decrypting the key of a 83850C Lite-ON, there is a chance that the key can be corrupted, but it still may look valid. The only way to truly know that it works is to spoof the information you decrypted, to another drive and test it out. If it plays a game, the key is good. Spoofing to another drive is optional, but highly suggested!! First you will want to check a couple of things. Make sure the VIA driver is not installed by checking in Device Manager. Notice the yellow exclamation mark. You also need to have PortIO and .Net 2.0 or higher installed. PortIO is included with Jungle Flasher and .Net can be obtained from Microsoft. Go ahead and power on your Lite-ON drive with your connectivity kit or the XBOX 360. Start up Jungle Flasher and go to the DVDkey 32 tab. You might have to change the I/O Port to find your Lite-ON. Once you find it, you should see the properties listed under Drive properties. I unticked "Dummy bin Only" so I could get the Inquiry and Identify also. Once you have identified your Lite-ON, you will want to do the following: Click LO83info. It will prompt you to put put your drive in half tray status (eject, shut off drive, push tray half way in, power drive back on). Next prompt will ask you to eject the drive to the full open position. (close the drive and then eject it) This info is very important. It contains your encrypted DVDkey! You must check to make sure you get the "In Dedication" string. If you don't, JF will not allow you to continue. Go ahead and half tray your drive so you can obtain the Identify, Inquiry, and Dummy bin. Go ahead and eject your tray fully (close and then eject). Jungle Flasher will prompt you to save your Inquiry, Identify, and Dummy bin. ----------WARNING-------- When decrypting the key of a 83850C Lite-ON, there is a chance that the key can be corrupted, but it still may look valid. The only way to truly know that it works is to spoof the information you decrypted, to another drive and test it out. If it plays a game, the key is good. Spoofing to another drive is optional, but highly suggested!! Double check here to make sure you have a good key!! Jungle Flasher will prompt you to autload iXtreme 1.6 This is the result of the autospoof. Your DVDkey should be the same from the dummy bin to ix1.6. Go back over to the MTKFlash tab and you are going to click Lite-ON erase. Jungle Flasher will prompt you 2 times. 1st prompt is about the DVDkey and the 2nd prompt is about returning good flash chip properties. Pictured is the 2nd and last prompt. Click Yes. As soon as you click YES, you will power cycle the drive. That means shut it off for 1 second and turn it back on. You should get good flash chip properties. (pictured is MXIC, some will have Winbond/NEX) Go ahead and click WRITE. Once it verifies OK, you can click Outro/ATA Reset and power off the drive. Go ahead and test this out in your console.