lg drive 78/79 ???

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Jul 16, 2009

lg drive 78/79 ??? by chunky at 10:02 PM (916 Views / 0 Likes) 8 replies

  1. chunky
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    am ok doing the wii's and ds and psp but i have a friend whos does the 360's i took it round and the drive is old its a hitachi lg drive 78/79 now when he connects up it says no drive found he has never done an lg before we both thought it needed a audio disk but in tut it was a no

    can anyone shed any light on this cheers folks
     
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    You have to stick it into mode b before it'll be detected. Jungeflasher comes with a guide that covers everything.
     
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    you need to use SLAX Linux to put it into mode B first
    and if its a 79 drive, an extra step is needed to put that audio disk in (78 drive doesnt need this)
     
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    thanks guys av spoke to him this morning and its 78 also it was in mode B. with the jungle flasher tut we got it right to the word and still drive not found
     
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    I've had the same problems with Hitachi drives (which is the drive you're using) and I finally got it working. I'll assume you're using Vista, but if you're not just get to Device Manager some other way.

    1) Put the drive in "Mode B"
    2) Go to control panel, make sure you're in the classic view, and choose "Device Manager"
    3) Choose the top thing listed (which should be the name of your computer), then go to the toolbar and choose "Scan for Hardware Changes"
    4) Once that's done, go back to Jungleflasher and refresh the drive list. The Hitachi drive should be found

    Be sure to post back here and tell us if it worked or not.
     
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    thanks for the advice am popping round later and i will post the out come. fingers crossed
     
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    dude use the latest fw toolbox to flash the 78 stay away from jungle flasher unless you get a
    liteon drive next time I flash all of these drives all the time I'm like robin hood 4 gamerz.......
     
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    got back not long ago and it wont have it we tried it on vista and then on another pc xp he's gonna look into it more n get back to me
    thanks for ur help guys
     
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    thanks gisel213 i think that will be my next step al post back with results
     

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