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#1 jerryclho

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Posted 30 March 2012 - 04:25 AM

The procedure was inspired by LINK REMOVED Thanks to the work from chino7564.
My mobo was built-in with nforce 4 chip. Only dosflash can identify my 0225 dvd drive, but failed to get dvd key.
I follow his guides and tweaked as following:

Requirements:
A usb stick can boot the PC to MSDOS 6.22
DosFlash v2.0 Build 20110903 can be downloaded from http://www.ixtreme.n...ash-v2-0-a.html


Steps

A. Plug the USB end of the converter to a usb port on the back of the xbox. Not sure whether PC back will also work, it work for me to use the usb port of xbox 360.
B. Plug the SATA cable into the back of the slim DVD drive and the other end to the SATA port on the adapter.
C. Power the slim DVD with your xbox 360 and Turn on.
D. Open disk tray and have it stay open. DO NOT CLOSE IT. I tried and it failed to get key if the tray was closed.
E. Remove the SATA cable from the USB adapter.
F. Power on your PC and boot into dos.
F. Plug the cable into a mobo SATA port on your pc.
G. run dosflash in dosflash16 folder.
H. Slim DVD will be identified and set to vendor mode. A list of drive was listed.
I. Select the number of the slim dvd. type Liteon K then V3 to read the dvd key.
Done!!!
Amazing, not cut trace and get the key from slim 0225. tongue.gif
Have the key stored in a secured place and you can drill it to unlock and flash.

Edited by steveo1978, 30 March 2012 - 03:39 PM.


#2 totoz

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Posted 30 March 2012 - 02:14 PM

since the beginning, obtaining the key was without cutting traces...

#3 jerryclho

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Posted 12 June 2012 - 05:53 AM

Without usb pro, it is not easy to get the drive into vendor mode for key extracting, only few sata chipset can do. Anyway, it turn out we can not build the hack firmware without the full dump. Only dvd key is of no much use.

#4 dasjones

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Posted 21 August 2012 - 11:44 PM

The method i used when i didn't had usb pro was:

have jungleflasher on, configured and on right sata port i/o and on dvd key 32 tab
the usb adaptor just needed to be plugged in, don't need to be installed.
have usb adapter inserted on a 2.0 usb on pc.
insert it on 0225 drive,
power ck3 on, then quickly open and close drive,
swap sata cable for the sata mother (leave ck3 on),
(the trick is to be fast, if u take to long to swap sata, then it won't work (like 10-20 seconds is ok)
press slimkey on jungleflasher,
answer "no",
wait for it to ask to resend command, (don't press yes yet)
turn off ck3,
insert usb adapter on 0225 drive,
turn on ck3, then quickly open and close drive,
swap sata cable for the one on the sata mother,
press yes,
wait for the process off dummy extraction to finish,
save, load 3.0 automatically
go to mtk flash 32 tab
turn off ck3,
insert usb adapter on 0225 drive,
turn on ck3, then quickly open and close drive,
swap sata cable for the one on the sata mother,
press intro/device id on flashing tasks
confirm winbond on flash chip properties and drive in vendor mode on drive properties
press 0x8C on flashing properties and answer "yes"
drill a hole with soldering iron
at caracteristic sound press write on flashing properties, usually before third beep (for fun).
wait for it to ask to resend command, (don't press yes yet)
turn off ck3,
insert usb adapter on 0225 drive,
turn on ck3, then quickly open and close drive,
swap sata cable for the one on the sata mother,
press yes,
Wait for the process to finish with key verified message,
voila.

All process didn't take as much as to write it all, lol (usually less then 3 minutes).

Got a usb pro 2 now, It sure make all things easy.




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