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Dg-16d2s Phillips Lite-on Drive for Xbox 360

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  • Manufacturer: PLDS for Microsoft
  • Part Number: DG-16D2S-09C 3B41216033
  • Microsoft P/N: X800474-010
  • Condition: New OEM / Bulk Packaging / Bare Drive Only
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Product Details

  • Product Dimensions: 7 x 6 x 2 inches ; 1 pounds
  • Shipping Weight: 1.4 pounds (View shipping rates and policies)
  • ASIN: B0056JPS84
  • Item model number: A0A1
  • Average Customer Review: 3.9 out of 5 stars  See all reviews (333 customer reviews)
  • Amazon Best Sellers Rank: #2,629 in Electronics (See Top 100 in Electronics)
  • Product Warranty: For warranty information about this product, please click here
  • Date first available at Amazon.com: June 18, 2011

Product Description

PLDS (Philips LiteOn) DG-16D2S DVD Drive for Xbox 360 Console

Manufacturer: PLDS for Microsoft
Part Number: DG-16D2S-09C 3B41216033
Microsoft P/N: X800474-010
Condition: New OEM / Bulk Packaging / Bare Drive Only
Warranty: 30 days warranty, no manufacture warranty.

DG-16D2S-09C X800474-010 3B41216033 HW Ver: A0A2 FW Ver: 93450C

This item will help fix the following issues you might be experiencing:

• "Open Tray" Errors
• Your drive is stuck or closed
• Disc reading problems
Prior to attempting the installation, we recommend that you determine whether you will be capable of
successfully completing the installation of your new DVD drive yourself. There are resources available
online to aid you in this process.

Installing this drive incorrectly in the console can damage the item and Centrix is not responsible for any damage which occurs in the installation process.

We recommend professional installation.

IMPORTANT NEED TO KNOW!!

• You MUST transfer the key from the old drive or REMOVE the circuit board from the old drive.
• THEN install it into this New Drive.
• This will work ONLY with a DG-16D2S or DG-16D2S-09C Drive!


We advise you to search for instructions in the Internet to see whether you can manage the installation
yourself, prior to attempting the installation. An inappropriate installation can damage the item and buyer will be responsible for this kind of damage. While there is no soldering required, professional installation is still recommended.

Customer Questions & Answers

Customer Reviews

So I ordered this, swapped out the circuit board from my old drive and into this, and voila!
Rez
After that it still didn't work reading lens wouldn't move or read or something along those lines.
Ted Stone
When i contacted them, they only tried to make me feel stupid by sending the same ad in bold.
Anti

Most Helpful Customer Reviews

105 of 111 people found the following review helpful By Iomega311 on February 25, 2012
There are a few things to consider when buying a new drive for your Xbox.

1. If you buy this, you cannot just put it in your Xbox and expect it to work. If nothing it changed other than just swapping drives, you will just have a fancy DVD player.
There is a REALLY long key composed of numbers and letters assigned to every drive and every Xbox motherboard. This "key" has to be exactly the same on both the motherboard and the drive. If it is not the same, your console will play DVD movies, but will not be able to play games.

2. You may not need a whole new drive... in fact, rarely do you ever need a whole new drive. You would need one if you have an Xbox without a drive in it...
But if you have a drive that is going/gone "bad". It is probably just the laser.
A new laser is about $12.
Or, it might be the motor... which is about the same price, $12.
Even if it needs both... that is still only around $25 instead of $40.

3. The only way to make this work is by either swapping the circuit board inside, or by extracting the key off of your old drive, and then transferring it to your new drive.

4. There are 3 different firmware versions of the Xbox 360 Liteon drive for the "phat" xbox version. 7000, 8000, and 9000 series.

5. There is a slight... ever so slight... risk of being banned on Xbox live if you don't get the same firmware version as you had before.
Truthfully, as long as you are not replacing your BenQ, Hitachi, or Samsung with one of these Liteons... you are probably pretty safe where you are using the same model with a different firmware revision... But there is always a chance. Microsoft is pretty picky and once you are banned... they don't take it back.

So, just a few things to consider.
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53 of 60 people found the following review helpful By Kyle L on June 26, 2011
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I bought this replacement part for my broken dvd drive in my older xbox 360.

First, the drive says that it is the same model and everything on the outer case, but the inside components are a different story. You cannot simply plug in the drive and expect it to work either; I somewhat didn't expect it to work anyway but that is just Microsoft's way of screwing over the consumer and preventing him from replacing anything on a product of theirs.

Secondly, in order to get this drive to work, you will either have to flash the drive "illegally" to get the old console's motherboard to recognize the drive, or you have to swap out the PCB boards of the old and new drives. Swapping out the boards is not a very hard project if you have the right equipment, however, the new drive MUST be an EXACT replacement of the old drive. The one that I ended up receiving had a manufacture date of 2010 and it had an extremely different PCB board than the 2008 version that came in my original xbox. Flashing the drive is risky and not to mention usually costs extra money for flashing software (and if you're not careful, this method could get you banned from xbox live if the big brothers at Microsoft catch you playing online with this type of modification even though it doesn't give you any sort of advantage in gameplay).

Overall, this replacement product is what it says it is, but you really have no way of knowing which model type you will be receiving when you order it, so buyer beware!!!!!!

UPDATE: The seller was unaware of my needs and generously offered to replace this drive with the correct one. Overall, just be sure of what drive you need before buying and possibly e-mail the seller first if you can. You can always just use it as a DVD drive if you can't get it to work out for you.
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22 of 27 people found the following review helpful By CDM Fire on December 13, 2011
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I had gotten this replacement drive after my 360's had stopped reading for the third time, the other times I was able get it working again, but after the third time it had had enough. I had planned to swap out the boards in the new one and the old one but after it had arrived I realized it was not the exact same drive, their drive was labeled DG-16D2S and mine was labeled DG-16D2S 09C and both had different years and firmware, which had me worried that if they weren't exactly the same swapping would not work. after contacting the seller, he told me that it would work fine, minor differences wouldn't cause problems, as long as they were the same kind of board. Sure enough, I swapped out the boards, and after reinserting it into the 360, it worked! saved me $70 not having to send it to Microsoft for repairs.
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3 of 3 people found the following review helpful By Paul Donisi on April 24, 2013
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The unit was obviously used, noticeable scratches etc... not in itself a big deal. However, after replacing the original unit with this one it stopped working within a month.
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2 of 2 people found the following review helpful By David W. on January 18, 2014
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I ordered a new Xbox 360 disk drive and got a used one that doesn't work.
Enough said.

Don't trust this company!!!!
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1 of 1 people found the following review helpful By Amazon Customer on June 4, 2013
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I didn't check the exact model of DVD drive that I needed to replace the failed unit in my XBox 360 before I ordered from G Dreamer. After finding out that it didn't work correctly, I identified the problem and contacted the seller. Return and re-order was no problem and I got my XBox 360 working again. Great customer service from these guys. Definitely recommend & will buy from them again if I need something.

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