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arowen -> help with nec 2510 (7/16/2004 6:22:48 PM)

help with nec 2510

i just bought from newegg for 79.99.... [:D][:D]they sent two on accident!! [:D][:D
but neway it didnt come with ne software/firmware/drivers

what steps do i want to take from here to get this thing going (have not installed yet)

i have dled herries firmware for it that allows bitsettings dvd-r to dvd-rom (which is why i got that dvd burner) but i need to flash it in dos and etc etc etc.... can someone link me to a guide to do all this???

thx as always cdr boys!!!!!




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asusboy -> RE: help with nec 2510 (8/1/2004 9:06:48 AM)

How did you flash it in dos?




emperor -> RE: help with nec 2510 (8/1/2004 2:16:26 PM)

Its quite easy, Kogos will give you the exact details soon




kogos -> RE: help with nec 2510 (8/2/2004 7:03:31 AM)

first of all get the latest 2.16 version bin file (http://www.cdrinfo.com/forum/tm.asp?m=73532#), and the dos flasher (http://tdb.rpc1.org/firmware/NEC2X00A.ZIP)...

Make a bootdisk (i reccomend Dr.DOS from www.bootdisk.com) and put the dos flasher and the bin file in it...

use a second disk and put the dos flasher in it...

You are ready to reboot... from the start up disk of course...

Insert the second disk, with only the flasher in it, and type the following (if you have the drive as secondary master):
nec2x00a -sec -mas -out BACK.BIN

this will back up your existing firmware... the parameter -sec means that you have the drive as a secondary drive (if this is as primary, you have to type -pri)
the parameter -mas means that you have the drive as master (if this is a secondary drive you have to type -sla)

now insert the first disk with the new 2.16 bin file you downloaded and type:
nec2x00a -sec -mas -flash 216.BIN

Again, the parameter -sec means that you have the drive as a secondary drive (if this is as primary, you have to type -pri)
the parameter -mas means that you have the drive as master (if this is a secondary drive you have to type -sla)

If something goes wrong, you can always flash it to its original state with the firmware back up you got...

Of course DO NOT turn of your pc while flashing...

i'm here if you need any extra help... happy flashing[:)]




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