...well im out of luck.. well i found a friend with sata port on is desktop pc, (do i still need something more like a particular chipset...ect)
Edit: can i just do that?
Turn off the computer. Remove the power plug from the connector on the computer. Open the computer's case. Put the Xbox 360 DVD drive into one of the empty DVD bays of the computer. Attach the power plug from inside of the drive bay to the power connector on the DVD drive. Attach the ribbon cable from inside of the drive bay to the connector on the DVD drive. Close the computer's case and turn the computer on.
Download and install the 360 Firmware Toolbox program to the desktop of the computer (see link in Resources). Restart the computer once installation is complete. Run the 360 Firmware Toolbox program.
Select "Tools," "Direct Drive Dump" then "Raw Dump" from the window that appears. Name the file that is going to be made "OriginalXbox" in the open column next to "Name." Click on the "Save" button to save the "OriginalXbox" file to the computer's hard drive.
Click "No" when the window pops up to ask if you want to see the file and use the <validate checksum feature> to avoid bad dump?
Edited by alxtz, 26 August 2011 - 08:03 PM.