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Maximus 360 Xtractor

danandrews80 Avatar
7y, 11m agoPosted 7 years, 11 months ago
Hi
I am after one of these to flash my 360 anyone know where the cheapest place to get one is

Thanks
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7y, 11m agoPosted 7 years, 11 months ago
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#1
If you're just doing it the once, you might be cheaper (and better off) taking/sending it to someone to do it for you. I'm guessing you have a Lite-On drive - once you've the keys extracted from the unit, you don't need the special hardware afterwards - you can reflash using your SATA chipset and power it from the 360 itself.
#2
Xb0xGuru
If you're just doing it the once, you might be cheaper (and better off) taking/sending it to someone to do it for you. I'm guessing you have a Lite-On drive - once you've the keys extracted from the unit, you don't need the special hardware afterwards - you can reflash using your SATA chipset and power it from the 360 itself.


I will be doing quite a lot so want to have it really, you know the cheapest place to get one
#3
get a ck3 from mr modchips
and i will show you how to make your own probe
is your cheapest option
#4
The CK3 pro is £21 & the probe is only £8, treat yourself !!
#5
dont buy the probe
its a overpriced wire with a pin

you can make your own
#6
If you're going to be doing a lot of them, you may as well buy a probe device of some kind as it'll be more robust.
#7
PasPer2
The CK3 pro is £21 & the probe is only £8, treat yourself !!

thanks but where from
djnaff
dont buy the probe
its a overpriced wire with a pin

you can make your own


have PMed you
Xb0xGuru
If you're going to be doing a lot of them, you may as well buy a probe device of some kind as it'll be more robust.


Thanks for the advice, would this mean i wouldnt have to solder
#8
Sorry, mrmodchips. And yes, with the probe it is a no solder solution.

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