QUOTE(darylzero @ Dec 20 2006, 10:16 AM)
Just making sure i understood you correctly. Everything I have read so far says you need that kind of cd/dvd drive plugged into the IDE and everything else unplugged off IDE...
if i use the xtreme boot loader do i still need to unplug all the IDE stuff?
response appreciated, and yes i know i need to read up on this more.
Personally, I like that method better - seems to give less issues. However, xtreme boot maker was created so you didn't need that and it apparently makes some other adjustments to the mtkflash program for ms28 drives.
I personally only used xtreme boot maker to make my usb bootable and then copied over all the mtkflash and x360sam files into the usb drive manually. If you do this too then you need the mtk based drive on one of the ide channels.