QUOTE(winningfreak @ Apr 24 2012, 11:16 PM)
i've tried to drives now with the original PCb, It's acting like there is no disk in the drive, the disk does not even spin.
If you've tried that pcb in multiple drives and none of them work with it, but don't behave weird with their original boards, then the pcb seems to be what it so blame.
If you know that pcb is flashed with custom firmware, try to have it flashed back to stock, it could be behaving weird if it has iXtreme on it or something.
Otherwise, you'll want to see if its not too damaged to just extract the DVD key from it and flash it to another drive.
You can examine the pcb for bulging capacitors or scratched/cut traces and if there is anything like that you can be pretty sure its the PCB and not the drives you've tried it in.
Also make sure all the ribbon cables are pushed as far in as they can go on the pcb when you install it (but dont push too hard to wreck the cable). A lot of times it can be a little tricky to see a cable that isn't in all the way.This post has been edited by canyonnehastings: Apr 26 2012, 04:37 AM