[b]Details for Error code E66/1002[/b] [b]Description:[/b] This error occurs when you replace the dvd-drive and forget to spoof it with the correct version string of the drive you replaced....[b]Fixes:[/b] 1) Reflash the firmware with the correct Vendor version string using your computer.
In particular, this problem can present itself when a DVD-ROM fails to pair with the system due to a mismatch in certain details.
However, restoring the original firmware could fix this problem.
An E66 error is usually associated with an error code of 1002.
(The drive still reads sometimes) I've done a bit of research and have now discovered that the DVD drive and console are paired by a key. -Steve Based on what you have written this is what I think happened.
Posted By Alex Rubens on May 29, 2011 [UPDATE] I was contacted by Stephen Toulouse (@stepto), Xbox Live Director of Policy and Enforcement, who said “@alexrubens you were given incorrect information. Also, an Xbox 360 owner that has admitted to modding his console claims that he has not been banned. [UPDATE 5] According to users in this thread on Game Trailers.com, the picture is photoshopped and the “Xbox 360, Comp, 480i” box in the corner of the screen means that my console is modified.