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Jungle Flasher Tutorial for STOCK 83850C Lite-ON (pictures included)

Discussion in 'Xbox 360 - Modding & Hacking' started by leerage, Sep 4, 2009.

  1. blasteryu

    blasteryu Member

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    Can you give me a link for a tutorial for that drive?
     
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  3. Domey

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    I am pretty new at this. I have an original xbox that I had modded years ago for starters.

    I bought a 360 like a week or so ago. I tried following the tutorial but I ended up doing something to the drive(Power cycling the drive all the information returned identical and the key said valid, when I did the Erase it had failed then my drive acted up. When I plugged it into the 360 it returned E 64 and I had one red light. Guessing there was no firmware or something)


    I have a couple of questions. I am going to get another 360 in a day or so, and assuming that it will have this drive and firmware again I'd like to gather more information.

    I am using the 360 as my power source and connecting it to my SATA, I do not have VIA so that is not an issue.

    When you are ejecting the trey to half open and full, how are you doing this? I tried pushing the eject button on the drive itself, but it never worked. I had to actually hook my xbox up to my tv, then use my controller to eject the drive. Is this correct or was I doing it the wrong way?

    Also, in the JungleFlasher tutorial it says to NOT power cycle the drive because it can return bad keys, however you say to power cycle..? We have to get the trey to half open twice, so that means we are power cycling twice during this part of the flash correct?

    During the LiteOn Erase, when we have to power the drive. We just simply unplug the back of the drive and then plug it back in? I tried doing this and I am not sure if I was quick enough, which is making me weary of attempting this again. I would hate to have to return yet another 360 lol.

    I do not have another drive to spoof or test with, so is there any other precautions that I can take?
     
  4. leerage

    leerage Regular member

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    As long as you got a good DVDkey, you can fix the 360. All you need to do is re-send the Lite-ON Erase and write the firmware.


    Eject the tray, disconnect the DVD drives power cable, push the tray half way in, and plug the power cable back up.

    In the JF tutorial when it says not to power cycle when you are going from the half tray status to full eject status. If you do, you will lose any info LO83info obtained and get a bad dump. In essence, when you disconnect power from the drive and reconnecting power to the drive, you are power cycling. I see where you could get confused in my tutorial where I mentioned it. I will re-word it.

    Yes, if you are using the 360 to power the drive, you will have to pull the power cable from the back and plug it back in. This is where DVD connectivity kits come in handy. :)

    Make sure your key doesn't look like this: 140F0F1011B5223D79587717FFD9EC3A
     
  5. Domey

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    Where exactly can I find a kit? Are there any local places such as the franchise stores, or is it something I would have to order online?
     
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  6. leerage

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    Online. I got mine from modchip.ca

    There are other stores though. You would be looking for the CK3 or Xtractor PRO.

    Here is the CK3 PRO. CK3 PRO
     
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  7. Domey

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    Well money is tight so I really cannot justify spending $50 on that, when it really is not NEEDED.

    As for if I have a good key just send the erase again. I tried doing that, maybe it was because I did not have a good key, but after the first time it failed, having the drive powered on and connected to my SATA bogged my system down like you wouldn't believe.
     
  8. Domey

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    After I get my key, are there files I could send to a friend or something online that they could try testing it with? Would I just send him the Dummy.bin or what?
     
  9. leerage

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    The only way you can test to make sure the key is good is to spoof the info you just got to a BenQ or another drive. If it plays a game, your key is good.
     
  10. Domey

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    Guess ya missed my first question, these quote boxes are a little weird heh.

    Like I said when I tried to resend the Lite-On Erase, as soon as I powered up my drive my computer was bogged down all to hell, I could barely do anything. So if this happens again, is there anything else I would be able to do, or I would just have to deal with it being insanely slow (Taking minutes just to be able to click a single button)
     
  11. aceofspad

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    Get the light version for 35 dollars and get a serial usb adapter. I have the pro and the usb interface tends to fry so I had to use serial anyways.

    Consolesource.com has a via PCI card for 15 dollars.

    Oh btw CS has flat rate shipping which even though some things may look more expensive they are still cheaper when you factor in the shipping.
     
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  12. Dementali

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    To Leerage:

    Thank you for posting the tutorial, as it is a lot more specific than the JungleFlasher tutorial. However, I'm having a bit of a problem.

    After following your tutorial word for word (literally) several times, I have consistently turned up the same result. For whatever reason, I keep getting a "failed" message when following the tutorial.

    The following is a log of what results:

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    Sending LO83info request to I/O port 0xEFE0

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    0000: 00 00 00 00 00 00 00 00 - 00 00 00 00 00 00 00 00 ................
    0010: 00 00 00 00 00 00 00 00 - 00 00 00 00 00 00 00 00 ................
    0020: 00 00 00 00 00 00 00 00 - 00 00 00 00 00 00 00 00 ................
    0030: 00 00 00 00 00 00 00 00 - 00 00 00 00 00 00 00 00 ................
    0040: 00 00 00 00 00 00 00 00 - 00 00 00 00 00 00 00 00 ................
    0050: 00 00 00 00 00 00 00 00 - 00 00 00 00 00 00 00 00 ................
    0060: 00 00 00 00 00 00 00 00 - 00 00 00 00 00 00 00 00 ................


    LO83info extraction Failed!
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    I am doing the following steps, based on your tutorial:

    1. Open and run JungleFlasher.exe.
    2. Click on "DVDKey32" tab.
    3. Click on "LO83info" option.
    4. On the first prompt, I power on the Xbox 360 (with my Lite-On PLDS DG-16D2S connected and detected via SATA port on my PC's motherboard).
    5. I hit the eject button to bring the tray all the way out.
    6. I cut power to the DG-16D2S by pulling the power cable from its rear.
    7. I push the tray in so that it sticks out only halfway.
    8. I click "okay" on the prompt.
    9. On the second prompt, I hit the eject button to bring the tray back to closed position.
    10. I hit the eject button again to bring it back out to full open position.
    11. It reports, "L083info extraction failed!"

    Am I doing something wrong?

    Any help or insight would be most appreciated.
     
  13. aceofspad

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    Oh btw I had trouble with the spear and I ended up getting some 30 AWG wire, striping it and sticking it in the hole and touching the spear to that.

     
  14. Dementali

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    I just learned that I need some sort of "probe" or "spear" device, due to the fact that the key can't be dumped through the software method alone. 'Anyone know where I can buy one?
     
  15. leerage

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    That depends. Do you have the 74850C Lite-ON or the 83850C Lite-ON?
     
  16. Dementali

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    I have the 74850c
     
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    Hey i just installed all the drivers for my via pcmcia card and i still cant get this drive to show up in jungle flasher
     
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    Remove the driver. Remove viamraid.sys @ C:\WINDOWS\System32\drivers folder.
     
  20. jab1

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    just removed the sys file and still no com ports found any ideas.
     
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