I did the same thing and can tell you what has been done. I bet you looked at the schmatics wrong as I did. If you use the back view vs the front view of the plug to count the pins to jump you end up jumping 0-8 when I think it was 1=9 we wanted. The drive is fine, thats why windows can see it. The MB in the 360 has been shorted out. The reversed wire trick ends up putting 12v and eject pins together and burn a very small spot on the board. Some users are making switches to manually eject but I have not seen exact steps yet.
He says it wasn't the two wire trick!
The culprit is vista though. Bricked my drive and a few other people on here bricked theres via vista. The flasher was not programmed for vista, yes vista is now final.....doesnt mean its 100% compat though
You'll have to do one of the following:
1) buy a chillifix
2) replace the drive
3) have someone take the chip off and manually flash it
Pretty sure the chillifix is the cheaper option, people charge way too much for simply re-flashing the chip and the chillifix is easy to install (simple soldering)