QUOTE(Buzzcut @ Jun 14 2010, 09:53 AM)
Open your original OFW as source, BenQ LT as target then spoof across. However using anything but a Liteon won't be safe on Live. If you're not going on Live then the BenQ LT 1.1 will still play all Waves...1.6 is out of date now. Flashing is the same method for 1.6 and LT.
Shame that the drive you dumped wouldn't respond in JF...must be something simple IMO if you managed to get the keys out with the MRA method. Did you check your repaired traces with a multimeter to check they're not grounded?
Liteon's can't be bricked if you're careful and I don't think yours is as it was working fine when you dumped the keys. If you're good enough with an iron to do the hack then the repair should be just as easy..I'd give it another go.
EDIT...just read your post again. If you've erased the drive then JF won't pick up the drive properties anyway. Just make sure you've got the correct SATA port, send the Erase in JF, power cycle and if you've repaired the traces properly you should get the Flash properties. It just does the same as LOErase in DOS
Here a pic of the repair http://farm5.static.flickr.com/4021/469952...0e1b1c361_b.jpg
I really can't see anything wrong with it and the traces seem fine with a multimeter. Ideas?
It just the pc will NOT see the drive no matter what, I'm using the xbox for power. it won't show the drive not matter how many l-o-erase or JF attempts. Thats why I'll have to get a new drive as this one wont be flashed. Don't have another tower to test it on only laptops. And the tower doesn't have a via chipset.
Found a liteon on ebay so might just get that, no soldering needed to flash it right? only need to solider to get the key all flashing is just done over sata.