Last two days - Flashed my (newest dash) Benq drive with the LT+ 1.9 (by accident) and played some original games on Live (not flagged yet).
Today: Got my DL discs today. Thought, "hey, I should burn Black ops first." I follow a tutorial on Youtube on how to properly burn the latest games with these checks (followed it perfectly).
I notice that after creating my .dvd in ABGX (no errors) and after burning it onto a disc, and loading it into my 360, I just get a black screen after trying to load it. I try a few more times, check my XVal, and I'm still good ("Secdata is clean!"), I feel relieved.
I then make note that this black screen is apparently caused by having LT+ 1.9 installed (and failing an AP 2.5 challenge), so I make sure that I "spoof to target" in JungleFlasher and save this bin (using my original bin and the LT+ 1.91 Benq bin), and reflash to 1.91, unplug both the ethernet cord and the hard drive, and I put the disc in (thinking "oh it's no big deal"), and launch it. I get the error "Disc Unsupported." To my horror, I look at the X-value and instantly know that I have been flagged. I check it in XVal and see that I have the "Failed AP 2.5 Challenge" flag.
Next, I read up, having remembered that there is a way to unflag the console by editing the NAND.
Anyways, I check the disc in ABGX and there is not a single error, as shown below:
Checking for updates to abgx360.dat...
Server file abgx360.dat no newer than local file - not retrieving
An updated version of abgx360 is available: v1.0.5
ISO: "LITE-ON DVDRW LH-20A1L BL01 (D:)"
Size: 7838695424 bytes (SplitVid 3rd or 4th wave)
Files in ISO: 98, Folders in ISO: 1
Total bytes used: 7273626024 (99.66%)
Game appears to have random padding
Original PE Filename: CoD.exe
Original PE Timestamp: 2010/09/28 03:51:19
Game Name: Call of Duty Black Ops
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Achievements: 50 Achievements totaling 1000 Gamerscore
XEX CRC = D1F515F8
XEX Media ID: CFD2E6184386829EC2E59087-0AEB2159
Call of Duty: Black Ops
Region Code: 0xFFFFFFFF
Timestamp of Authoring: 2010/09/30 00:00:00
Timestamp of Mastering: 2010/10/27 19:55:39
SS Version: 2 (trusted)
SS CRC = 112BC1E0 (RawSS = A8EAB537)
SS Media ID: CFD2E6184386829EC2E59087-0AEB2159 (matches game)
SS looks valid
Timestamp of Authoring: 2010/09/30 00:00:00 (matches SS)
DMI CRC = 46CC8BAB
DMI Media ID: CFD2E6184386829EC2E59087-0AEB2159 (matches game)
DMI looks valid
PFI CRC = 05C6C409
PFI matches known data (4th - 7th Wave)
Video partition found
Video CRC = E2FA3A26 (V0 = E0363F4E, V1 = EAE76B94)
Video partition matches known data (6th Wave)
Basic Stealth check passed!
Looking for 112BC1E0D1F515F8.ini in the online verified database
Server file 112BC1E0D1F515F8.ini no newer than local file - not retrieving
Using 112BC1E0D1F515F8.ini (351 bytes)
Video CRC matches
V0 CRC matches
V1 CRC matches
PFI CRC matches
DMI CRC matches
SS CRC matches
Xex CRC matches
Checking Game CRC... (press Q to cancel)
Percent Elapsed Estimated Time Average Current Errors Total
Done Time Time Left Speed Speed Recovered Retries
100% 10:09 10:09 0:00 11.4 MB/s 8.6 MB/s
AnyDVD style corruption was not detected
Game CRC = E01E4658 (matches)
All CRCs match
Verification was successful!
Comparing L1 Video on L0 to L1 Video on L1...
SplitVid is valid
So I have been unable to come to a conclusion as to why this occurred, and hope to find out why.
Also, is my best option from here? Try and write to my NAND using a tool to unflag the console, or just buy a new one?
I hope you get some good laughs off of this noob