SAMSUNG MS28 The drive is making weird scratching sounds when flashed with LT firmware

evertonman67

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Mar 16, 2011
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Hiya guys
Need a little help if anyone has ever encountered this kind of problem with a Samsung dvd drive.My friend brought me round his 360 yesterday to flash for him,everything went peachy and i got the LT-Sammy-v2.01.bin flashed onto the drive.Tested it with original games and my backups,it all worked fine.Now he's brought it back to me today and said that his backups were freezing up during gameplay and twice his console red ringed when he restarted it.Sure enough when i plugged it up it powered to 3x red lights with a secondary error code of 0102,so i stripped it down and put the board on my reflow work station and have got it to boot up now.I reflashed his drive back to stock firmware and the drive plays all my original games no problem at all BUT when i flash it with the LT Sammy v2.01 firmware the drive is acting all weird and is in constant reading mode but wont play any disks,they just sort of spin and the drive makes a loud noise like it's scratching the disks and the drives spindle just makes short spins all the time even when i've taken the disk out of the drive and close the tray,the xbox just keeps saying " Reading Disk ".Any help at all would be great from you guys.Here's the JF log just in case you need to see it.
JungleFlasher 0.1.92 Beta (304)

Session Started Tue Jan 15 16:51:28 2013



This is a 32 bit process running on 2 x 32 bit CPUs

portio32.sys Driver Installed

portio32.sys Driver Started, thanks Schtrom !

Found 4 I/O Ports.

Found 1 Com Ports.

Found 2 windows drives A: C:

Found 0 CD/DVD drives





Key NOT in KeyDB

Key is: A5C3BED4B16DD27829437D15F626B7BC

Key has been tested and verified, thanks C4eva !

Drive is Samsung..



Key NOT in KeyDB

Key is: A5C3BED4B16DD27829437D15F626B7BC

Key has been tested and verified, thanks C4eva !

Drive is Samsung..

Sending Vendor Intro to port 0x0E80

Status 0x51

Re-sending Vendor Intro:

.....

Parallel flash found with Status 0x70



Sending Device ID request to port 0x0E80

Manufacturer ID: 0xBF

Device ID: 0xB6

Flash Name: SST(SST39SF020)

Flash Size: 262144 bytes



Getting Status from port 0x0E80

Parallel flash found with Status 0x70



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

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

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

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



Dumped in 8953mS



Samsung Dump file saved to SAM-OFW.bin

Loading firmware from buffer

Inquiry string found

Identify string found

Drive key @ 0x4116 A5C3BED4B16DD27829437D15F626B7BC

Firmware Osig: [TSSTcorpDVD-ROM TS-H943Ams28]

Firmware is: Stock

Key added to database



Auto-Loading firmware file C:\Users\Garry\Desktop\Jungleflasher\JungleFlasher v1.92\JungleFlasher v0.1.92 Beta (304)\firmware\LT-sammy-v2.01.bin

MD5 hash: d66252800c1c072bc612f2f72d1e3c76

Genuine LT v2.01

Inquiry string found

Identify string found

Drive key @ 0x4044 FFFFFFFFFFFFFFFFFFFFFFFFFFFFFFFF

Firmware Osig: [TSSTcorpDVD-ROM TS-H943Ams28]

Firmware is: LT v2.01

Spoofing Target

DVD Key copied to target

ID strings already match





Loading MTK_Flash source file



Target f/w saved as: Sam_CFW.bin



Getting Status from port 0x0E80

Parallel flash found with Status 0x70

Writing target buffer to flash



Sending Chip Erase request to port 0x0E80

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

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 !
 

evertonman67

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Mar 16, 2011
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Milton Keynes.UK
Is it behaving this way with the original when LT2.01 is flashed to it?

What dashboard are you on?
The console is on dash 2.0.16202.0.The drive will at weird with both original disks and backups when flashed with LT Sammy v2.01 BUT if i leave the top off the drives casing,then it acts as normal,seems it's only doing it with the casing closed