Lite-On 93450c 0021 and LED flashing...care to help?? :D

dhaval33

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Aug 3, 2010
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[HELP] Lite-On 93450c 0021 and LED flashing [HELP]

Hey guys, I have a problem with my 93450c lite-on.

Several weeks ago i stated my first lite-on flash... i successfully dumped( At Lease I think so.) and i successfully Flashed LT 1.1. I used CK3 Pro and CK3 Probe V2. Here is the JungleFlasher Log.



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JungleFlasher 0.1.75 Beta (152)

Session Started Sat Oct 30 00:34:33 2010



This is a 32 bit process running on 4 x 32 bit CPUs

portio32.sys Driver Installed

portio32.sys Driver Started, thanks Schtrom !

Found 5 I/O Ports.

Found 2 Com Ports.

Found 9 windows drives C: D: E: F: G: H: I: J: L:

Found 1 CD/DVD drives F:



Drive is Lite-On.. Sending Vendor Intro to port 0xC800

Status 0x51

Re-sending Vendor Intro:

.............

Serial flash found with Status 0x72



Sending Device ID request to port 0xC800

Manufacturer ID: 0xC2

Device ID: 0x11

Flash Name: MXIC(MX25L2005)

Flash Size: 262144 bytes



Getting Status from port 0xC800

Serial flash found with Status 0x72



Reading Bank 0: ................

Reading Bank 1: ................

Reading Bank 2: ................

Reading Bank 3: ................



Lite-On Dump file saved to Lite-OFW.bin

Loading firmware from buffer

Parse Failed !





Loading MTK_Flash source file



Getting Status from port 0xC800

Serial flash found with Status 0x72



Reading Bank 0: ................

Reading Bank 1: ................

Reading Bank 2: ................

Reading Bank 3: ................



Lite-On Dump file saved to Lite-OFW.bin

Loading firmware from buffer

Parse Failed !





Loading MTK_Flash source file



Getting Status from port 0xC800

Serial flash found with Status 0x72



Reading Bank 0: ................

Reading Bank 1: ................

Reading Bank 2: ................

Reading Bank 3: ................



Lite-On Dump file saved to Lite-OFW.bin

Loading firmware from buffer

Drive key @ n/a 397C08B78FFD12890AD017CADCF109EC

Firmware Osig: [PLDS DG-16D2S 9345]

Firmware is: Stock

Key added to database





Loading MTK_Flash source file

Key data saved to C:\Users\Dhaval\Desktop\Xbox 360 stuff\Xbox 360 Flashing tools\JungleFlasher v0.1.75 Beta (152)\New Folder\Key.bin





Getting Status from port 0xC800

Serial flash found with Status 0x72



Reading Bank 0: ................

Reading Bank 1: ................

Reading Bank 2: ................

Reading Bank 3: ................



Lite-On Dump file saved to Lite-OFW.bin

Loading firmware from buffer

Drive key @ n/a 397C08B78FFD12890AD017CADCF109EC

Firmware Osig: [PLDS DG-16D2S 9345]

Firmware is: Stock

Key database updated





Loading MTK_Flash source file



Getting Status from port 0xC800

Serial flash found with Status 0x72



Reading Bank 0: ................

Reading Bank 1: ................

Reading Bank 2: ................

Reading Bank 3: ................



Lite-On Dump file saved to Lite-OFW.bin

Loading firmware from buffer

Drive key @ n/a 397C08B78FFD12890AD017CADCF109EC

Firmware Osig: [PLDS DG-16D2S 9345]

Firmware is: Stock

Key database updated





Loading MTK_Flash source file



Getting Status from port 0xC800

Serial flash found with Status 0x72



Reading Bank 0: ................

Reading Bank 1: ................

Reading Bank 2: ................

Reading Bank 3: ................



Lite-On Dump file saved to Lite-OFW.bin

Loading firmware from buffer

Drive key @ n/a 397C08B78FFD12890AD017CADCF109EC

Firmware Osig: [PLDS DG-16D2S 9345]

Firmware is: Stock

Key database updated



Auto-Loading firmware file C:\Users\Dhaval\Desktop\Xbox 360 stuff\Xbox 360 Flashing tools\JungleFlasher v0.1.75 Beta (152)\firmware\ix-ltv1.1-934.bin

MD5 hash: b93c95db4fac3ca37c89c727e61c2453

Genuine iXtreme Lite-Touch 1.1

Drive key @ n/a 77777777777777777777777777777777

Firmware Osig: [PLDS DG-16D2S 9345]

Firmware is: iXtreme LT 1.1

Spoofing Target

DVD Key copied to target

Target is LT - ID strings not copied to Target

Serial data copied from Source to Target

Calibration data copied from Source to Target





Loading MTK_Flash source file

Spoofing Target

DVD Key already matches

Target is LT - ID strings not copied to Target

Serial data already matches

Calibration data already matches



Spoofing Target

DVD Key already matches

Target is LT - ID strings not copied to Target

Serial data already matches

Calibration data already matches



Drive is Lite-On..

Sending Lite-On-Erase request to port 0xC800

..............

Drive returned Status 0xD0

.............

Serial flash found with Status 0x72

Manufacturer ID: 0xC2

Device ID: 0x11

Flash Name: MXIC(MX25L2005)

Flash Size: 262144 bytes



Getting Status from port 0xC800

SPi flash found with Status 0x72



Sending Chip Erase to Port 0xC800

Erasing:............

Writing target buffer to flash

Writing Bank 0: ................

Writing Bank 1: ................

Writing Bank 2: ................

Writing Bank 3: ................



Flash Verification Test !

Reading Bank 0: ................

Reading Bank 1: ................

Reading Bank 2: ................

Reading Bank 3: ................

Write verified OK !



Sending Vendor Outro to port 0xC800

Drive is Lite-On.. Drive is Lite-On.. Sending Vendor Intro to port 0xC800

Status 0x51

Re-sending Vendor Intro:

...........

Serial flash found with Status 0x72



Sending Device ID request to port 0xC800

Manufacturer ID: 0xC2

Device ID: 0x11

Flash Name: MXIC(MX25L2005)

Flash Size: 262144 bytes



Getting Status from port 0xC800

Serial flash found with Status 0x72



Reading Bank 0: ................

Reading Bank 1: ................

Reading Bank 2: ................

Reading Bank 3: ................



Lite-On Dump file saved to Lite-OFW.bin

Loading firmware from buffer

Parse Failed !





Loading MTK_Flash source file



Getting Status from port 0xC800

Serial flash found with Status 0x72



Reading Bank 0: ................

Reading Bank 1: ................

Reading Bank 2: ................

Reading Bank 3: ................



Lite-On Dump file saved to Lite-OFW.bin

Loading firmware from buffer

Drive key @ n/a 397C08B78FFD12890AD017CADCF109EC

Firmware Osig: [PLDS DG-16D2S 9345]

Firmware is: iXtreme LT 1.1

Key database updated





Loading MTK_Flash source file

Sending Vendor Outro to port 0xC800

Drive is Lite-On..
I noticed that i got a parse failed in the first dump so i dumped again and again... then i figured that i needed to change a switch on the Probe so i finally got it and loaded the target firmware. when it spoofed though it said that it didn't spoof the id strings because it was LT so i spoofed again and same thing so i left it there(Should that happen?). After i did the outro i wanted to check if my drive had LT 1.1 so i went into intro again and checked and everything was fine. When i was done with the flashing part it was time for the tracer repair and thats where I THINK that i am messing up. I used the xecuter approved silver conductive glue to repair my traces as i have no skills for soldering. i went ahead and followed this photo as precisely as i could:



Then, i put everything back together and then the following happened VIDEO LINK:
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I put more glue on as i thought that less glue might be causing this problem and the same thing happened again. I got rid of all the glue and put fresh glue on and i took a pic. of it... (i still have the same problem) PS. I tried without the drive in and xbox works.. :D



I hope you guys can help me.. and i would really appreciate ur help. Thanks For Reading :D Please don't mind my grammar mistakes English is my second language.
 
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dhaval33

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Aug 3, 2010
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i dont have a multimeter nor the soldering equipment. something IS wrong WITH THE DRIVE because the xbox works without the drive in... thanks for replying though. :D
 

amtz86

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Mar 27, 2010
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i have the same exact problem with two drives, i think i burned the pad where the v goes. But the three red rings went away by making sure the traces are repaired. Now im getting just a blinking green light ):

only thing i can suggest is buy a multi meter, only cost $5-10 and it goes a long way for measuring the continuity.
 

dhaval33

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Aug 3, 2010
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thank you guys for replying... @Styles123 i bought like way too much stuff to flash this only xbox this is my friends xbox and he has been paying for half of the money for all the things i have bought so i can't get a multimeter anytime soon but can you tell that there are any shorts from the picture?
@amtz86 same as above i can't buy it right now but i will soon ... and i don't think i urned any of the pads because i was so careful with putting the glue on and i don't think i ever likr went over the shorts.

soo please guys i would really appreciate ANY help from this forums.
 

dhaval33

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Aug 3, 2010
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i took clearer photos please zoom in and tell me how to fix this...is it broken?? i really hope i can do SOMETHING to fix this drive...







Please somebody help me.. i really appreciate it...
 

Chris2404

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You are causing a short somewhere either solder a bridge between the cut and the pad to reform the connection or get conductive glue/pen. You really should test it with a multimeter that way you will know what it has been correctly repaired.

Also before putting it back in the xbox make sure the ck3 can eject the drive.
 

dhaval33

Junior Member
Aug 3, 2010
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i have no soldering skills but i am getting the conductive pen and a multimeter today... :D any instructions on how exactly i should do it to not cause any shorts??
 

dhaval33

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Aug 3, 2010
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thanks chris i did what u told me and i used the conductive pen, tested both ends of the trace and it came up .005 so that was good... but i never put it in the xbox... i tried it with a ck3 pro and it didn't eject... please help... i am not shorting anywhere because i tested it with a multimeter and I THINK i probed in good places.... although when i cleaned off all the glue it still showed me .005 reading sooo i don't know what happened ... please anyone help me out i appreciate all of ur help.. :) :( !
 

dhaval33

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Aug 3, 2010
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Thank you so much for replying... I did try to repair it like 10 times now erasing and reputting the glue on the cuts can you take the picture i have and edit it to point out what exactly i am doing wrong... Glad the drive isn't dead yet... :D I really appreciate ur help.
 

dhaval33

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Aug 3, 2010
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no i actually tried... and what happened is i wanted to see if there was no firmware or if it was a bad flash.. so i took the conductive glue off to probe it and just then my pad fell off so i am getting a new drive. But u might have a bad flash... OR my mistake was that my cut was too deep so the conductive glue i put on didnt go all the way through and because of the deep cut my pad loosened over time and fell off... so i would be careful if i were u. But the cut being too deep, that it can only be solved by solder, might be ur problem. Don't rush things through.... :D Glad i could help!!
 
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