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    jay123_2 is offline -Hacks Smarty
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    hi guys ive uploaded this
    360 POT Calibration for Samsung and Hitachi tutorial
    http://www.mediafire.com/?dqixonyjyx
    POT stands for potentiometer, an apparatus that measures the potential (or voltage) which has a user-adjustable resistance. Usually, this is a three-terminal resistor with a sliding contact in the center. Basically, it tells the laser how bright to shine to resolve issues of the drive not reading media.

    The potentiometers or pots are located in the laser head's side if you want to try and adjust them. Just be careful in adjusting them though, because it's known to kill some lasers. Most gamers suggest not going below 3.0 when adjusting your pots.

    Thanks goto Moda from xbox-scene
    for this tutorial

    Thanks jay

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    tpepsiman is offline -Hacks Veteran
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    nice one m8 been going on about this for weeks to pple
    good work



    you only need to do this if your drive is playing up
    like : your 360 will only playing dvd movies nothing else
    or only backup's and not originals or vise versa
    and general weird stuff like that
    this will even let you use more cheaper media :)

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    mikepd75 is offline -Hacks Newbie
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    Hi there, I am new in this stuff, I want to download the tutorial for calibrating the laser, I followed the link but takes me in other web site and I dont know how to download the tutorial, could you tell me how to do it, thanks have a nice day...

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    Powerslave is offline Gone fishin -Hacks Titan
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    That link is no longer any good, that's why you can't download the tutorial. IT does not take me to another web site, it takes me to media fire, as it says, but no download.

    Goggle it, you will find it.

    There may be two POTs there, one is for intensity, the other is a bandwidth adjust. Focus is automatic.

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