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Middle Green Light and right bottom red light keep flashing

I have that problem with those lights flashing. Also my cousin tried to flash my firmware and now it don't even recognize the drive... It act like it is blank... Please help!!!!!!!!!!!

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  • Col_Ravis May 11, 2010

    Is it just one red light flashing? Also, you're speaking of the ring of light on the actual console that surrounds the power button, correct?

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Just flash it back with the orginal firmware.

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