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If you have personally, or had someone else, modify the firmware on your console's DVD-ROM drive to play burnt games, you will need to restore the drive to its stock firmware and then finish the update through that. You can then reflash the DVD-ROM as desired to play any new games you wish.
If you have not modified your Xbox 360's DVD-ROM drive, then it is likely that your console either has a DVD-ROM that is failing, or it is simply having trouble putting the DVD-ROM into flash-ready mode to accept the update. To attempt to fix this error, eject the DVD-ROM tray and then pull the power cord out of the console, thus preventing it from automatically injecting the tray. Next, push the tray in about half way, with about a finger's width of room between the console's shell, and the apex of the curve in the hollow center of the DVD-ROM tray. Then, plug in the console and power it up while holding the tray in that position to prevent the console from injecting it automatically. Expect resistance, but it will eventually give up trying to move the tray. From there, you can release the tray and allow it to update as usual. Do not inject the tray by hand, let the console reset the tray on its own after it finishes updating. That should fix your problem if that was the specific problem causing the error. Either way, good luck, and I hope your error is resolved.
If the PLL is dead, it's almost not worth saving. Even if you get a replacement PLL and change it, the radio will not work right without an alignment. To align the radio you will need the factory alignment guide, watt meter, volt meter and an oscilloscope and a basic knowledge of electronics.
BIOS updated successfully. 2L-1S-1L F1h The BIOS file size is not equal to the BIOS ROM size; wrong BIOS file. 1L-1S F1h The BIOS file can't be read; it is defective. 1L-2S F2h The model ID is mismatched; wrong BIOS file. 3S F3h The BIOS ROM has failed to be erased. Try to flash again. 2L-1S E1h The BIOS ROM has failed to be programmed. Try to flash again. 2L-2S E2h No diskette, or cannot locate the BIOS file. Try to use a new formatted diskette and copy the BIOS file again. 2S D1h
You may be in need for a ROM update/reinstall. It is pretty easy to do that. You can either go at HP's web site and download a ROM update for your specific model. Make shure you select your operating sistem rigt. Or you can browse the internet for a specific ROM update for your model. I recomand the HP site, and if you have problems regarding the ROM update process, or the ROM and OS version you need, please reply here and I'll guide you throught.
you should install the ROM v1.10 update, and then install the 8/3/2005 XIP BIOS update recently posted at:
Apparently, this BIOS update is supposed to correct the region in ROM v1.10 where the hi-capacity battery read error is found, without incrementing the ROM version. It's explained in the BIOS update "Read Me" file, here: