QUOTE(doody1 @ Jul 5 2011, 08:15 AM)
A Spoofed drive? I don't know what that is. I bought this off ebay a long time ago, used jungle flasher and it worked for a long time until it wouldn't play newer games, then I probably shouldn't of but I tryed to update the xbox through the internet thinking that would help, but now all I have is this System upate failure screen it boots to after trying to update on boot.
I think my xbox360 drive is BENQ VAD6038, going by the tray design matched up.
If, some time ago, your xbox's original drive was replaced with a different type the firmware will have been configured to impersonate the original drive type (spoofed).
The latest update (in most cases) re-flashes the DVD drive with new official firmware, based upon the drive type that the xbox thinks it has. With a spoofed drive, this can cause issues.
You need to run jungleflasher against the drive to read the current firmware. JF will tell you the drive key and whether it's spoofed.
If it's spoofed (e.g. actually a Benq claiming to be a Liteon) then you need to get a Liteon drive, put stock firmware on it with your Benq key and allow the xbox to do the update.
You can then flash LT+1.9 onto the Liteon, or risk the Benq again.
In any case, if you've been playing around with new games and updates on an old version of firmware, you could have triggered an AP25 failure or been spotted by Live. Both bad things.