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    Xbox 360 "Open Tray" Disc Unreadable (Press/Hold "A" )

    I have a very big problem.
    Whenever I insert ANY game disc, it just tells me "Open Tray". This happens in all cases no matter what games I put it. If I were to put my original copy of Call of Duty, it will show an OPEN TRAY. If I put in a burned backup copy of Call of Duty; it still shows OPEN TRAY.

    Restarted Xbox, Unplugged and Plugged, Flashed to Stock then Flashed to 1.7 and still has the same error.

    The only solution was for me to put the game into the disc drive and instead of pressing the button on the console to close it, I get my controller and PRESS AND HOLD the A BUTTON until my Xbox 360 game loads.

    Anyone have this problem and any solutions?

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    Re: Xbox 360 "Open Tray" Disc Unreadable (Press/Hold "A" )

    There are a few answers to this problem, but it all comes down to what drive you have? Sounds like you have a bad flashed Lite-ON??? Try returning to stock and getting an original to play. That way your know the drive works and it's not a laser problem. If all works, flash with latest firmware and test/ Let me know if you are still having problems.

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    Re: Xbox 360 "Open Tray" Disc Unreadable (Press/Hold "A" )

    As I said.

    I reflashed to original stock firmware

    Flashed to 1.7

    same problem

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    Re: Xbox 360 "Open Tray" Disc Unreadable (Press/Hold "A" )

    As you said you flashed back to stock, so did you try an original game while your xbox was stock? and your sure your dvd key matched up correctly before flashing? If so you will need to replace your laser or drive.
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    Re: Xbox 360 "Open Tray" Disc Unreadable (Press/Hold "A" )

    Yes I spoofed the source and target and both the keys matched. I don't think it will work in any other case than this. No I did not try to flash to stock, re-assemble my Xbox and test if my original game works and then disassemble then flash to 1.7 then re-assemble again.

    Why do I need to change the drive/laser if I can bypass this by pressing and holding the A button. This is purely a software problem. Pressing and holding the A button clears the cache in order to load the game.

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    Re: Xbox 360 "Open Tray" Disc Unreadable (Press/Hold "A" )

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    Re: Xbox 360 "Open Tray" Disc Unreadable (Press/Hold "A" )

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    Re: Xbox 360 "Open Tray" Disc Unreadable (Press/Hold "A" )

    You don't have to reassemble your console to try it out. Just flash the drive back to stock firmware, re-connect it back to your XBox (leave the case off) and try an original. That's what Slick is trying to tell you. If the original plays, make sure (triple check) that when you spoof source to target, the key matches 100%, and then erase the drive and finally write the Lite Touch firmware.

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    Re: Xbox 360 "Open Tray" Disc Unreadable (Press/Hold "A" )

    I had a similar error with my benQ drive it said "disc Unreadable" and sometimes i got "open tray" error. My solution was to calibrate the laser, the potentiometer original was set to 4.3k ohms and I set to 3.6k ohms and now itīs working perfectly.

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    Re: Xbox 360 "Open Tray" Disc Unreadable (Press/Hold "A" )

    I am more than confident that the key matches 100% and I did not have any error during the flashing process. I believe if the key doesn't match or something of that nature then the Xbox wouldn't work in the first place and would / can brick your drive. Therefore I will not try for the second time to flash to stock, then flash to LT 1.7 only to have the same exact problem. Not to sound arrogant but that is EXACTLY what I did already. Why do I have to repeat the same process twice? If it failed the first time trying the second time will be a charm?

    How exactly do I calibrate this laser?

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