I can't get my Hitachi to detect in windows using the SLAX modeb force method. However, I am using a Nforce 4 mobo, and I don't think this has the Silicon Image controller on it. Is that why it's not working?
Are there other methods to dump my firmware.....could someone help me a little with PLSCSI? The PLSCSI -w command is not working for me, and thus I don't know what to "SET PLSCI = ?" to. Is there an updated version of PLSCSI that would detect my Hitachi and tell me the set number?
POST #1 of this thread. http://www.xboxhacker.net/index.php?option=com_smf&Itemid=33&topic=350.0
explains the process of modifying PLSCSI to correctly show the PLSCSCI -w command. I don't understand what to change in the source code to make it work however.......I don't follow. Could someone compile it or help me compile it? When I use the PLSCSCI -w command.....I just get a weird reply..that doesn't make any sense to me.
Other methods besides PLSCSI. I would rather work with what I've got than try my luck at a PCI SATA controller.
The Hitachi is being detected just fine in my bios.
I need that key, before I can flash my samsung(which is working just dandy with MTKFLASH-NF4.) Please please help me.