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2011-11-25 at 07:44AM UTC #4209
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hairybeaner

Hi, Thanks in advance for the help.
Here is my situation. I have a Phat 360 with a stock Benq drive and an older dash (2.0.7371.0).

I flashed it with JF to lt2.0. When i flashed it everything went ok but when I reattached the drive I get one flashing red light in the lower right quadrant . If I pull the drive from the console and power it on, no red light. So I then reflashed it with my OFW and all is good. I have done this several times trying to get the CFW to take but with no luck.
So any ideas what might be the problem? Could it be the dash?

2011-11-25 at 10:04AM UTC #4213
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cosmoo

I would assume you should update your dashboard to 2.0.13599.0 via usb (to avoid silent update) for your flashed benq to work correctly.

I noticed on c4eva’s front page it says the below about Benq drives.

LT+ v1.91
This version is for dashboard version 2.0.13599.0 – It is based on the latest firmware as updated by the recent dashboard update. The stock firmware version should now be 04421C. It supports XGD3 originals, but not XGD3 backups. It also supports the new AP2.6 checks however there is no longer any protection against bad/incorrect burns with older patches so MAKE SURE your burns are patched with the latest ABGX. If they are then there is no need to re-burn.

LT+ v2.0
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This version adds support for XGD3 backups, including the LT-MAX feature which allows burning XGD3 ISOs on regular DVD+R DL media.

I would also get a second opinion on this as I’m still new to flashing my self.

2011-11-25 at 10:40AM UTC #4216
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cosmoo

At this point I would also recommend keeping you xbox offline to avoid any silent updates or title updates till LT 3.0 is released.

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