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bottoni -> Flashing a liteon 1633s to a liteon 1653s possible? (10/27/2004 7:11:40 PM)

se mi permettete ...peccato che parlo e scrivo poco l'inglese....se qualcuno di voi mi aiuta con qualche link in italiano sarebbe la cosa + opportuna....grazie
ciao




emperor -> RE: Flashing a liteon 1633s to a liteon 1653s possible? (10/28/2004 5:25:16 AM)

you could speak english so most users can understand you, yes its possible, check the corresponding thread over the DVD+RW forum




Iggy -> RE: Flashing a liteon 1633s to a liteon 1653s possible? (10/28/2004 7:37:37 AM)

Hmmm, nice to talk to you too[:D]




Matthew -> RE: Flashing a liteon 1633s to a liteon 1653s possible? (10/29/2004 5:43:02 PM)

Possible, but not great - not yet certain if the drive isn't up to it (though it's reported that the SONY DRU-710A will have an OFFICIAL upgrade), or it's the typically poor state of early Liteon firmware.

Worse results noted, on +R media at the same speed as before - 1653S CS02 formware is definitely not up to the standard of 1633S BS0G/BS0H/BS0K




zzamolxxe -> RE: Flashing a liteon 1633s to a liteon 1653s possible? (12/19/2004 9:27:52 AM)

now with the CS07 for 1653S will be at least as good as 1633S BS41 ??




emperor -> RE: Flashing a liteon 1633s to a liteon 1653s possible? (12/20/2004 1:52:19 PM)

zzamolxxe maybe now worth the try...i haven't tested it yet...




MP3Mogul -> RE: Flashing a liteon 1633s to a liteon 1653s possible? (12/20/2004 6:01:09 PM)

I'm sticking with BS41 for now, it's the best put out so far... Beautiful quality.




zzamolxxe -> RE: Flashing a liteon 1633s to a liteon 1653s possible? (12/24/2004 6:34:52 AM)

CS07 not as good as BS41




Matthew -> RE: Flashing a liteon 1633s to a liteon 1653s possible? (12/25/2004 12:36:12 PM)

CS09 is now the current 1653S release
http://www.liteonit.com/ODD/English/e_downloads/e_firmware_dvd%20rw.asp

The apparent promotion of the 1653s to 1673S specification
SOHW-1653S ( 16x 8x / 16x 6x / 16x / 4x + 48x 24x 48x ) DVD Dual Firmware

- is generally reckoned to be a mistake


NB. Suitably crossflash fixed firmware from the usual places will be required if you ARE making unofficial upgrades




zzamolxxe -> RE: Flashing a liteon 1633s to a liteon 1653s possible? (12/26/2004 4:51:51 AM)

still BS41 kick a**




emperor -> RE: Flashing a liteon 1633s to a liteon 1653s possible? (12/26/2004 4:55:20 AM)

hopefully we will review soon the 1653S even i don't expect much improvements




MP3Mogul -> RE: Flashing a liteon 1633s to a liteon 1653s possible? (12/26/2004 7:53:58 AM)

The burn results I have with the 1633 using BS41 firmware are much better than "any" scan I've seen on the NEC 3500.... it's not even close.




bi11i -> RE: Flashing a liteon 1633s to a liteon 1653s possible? (1/10/2005 2:23:11 PM)

well so what's the major difference between the S0S and BS41 firmware's? Is it just media or are we talking burn speed?




MP3Mogul -> RE: Flashing a liteon 1633s to a liteon 1653s possible? (1/10/2005 2:57:58 PM)

Neither, QUALITY is the answer.




Matthew -> RE: Flashing a liteon 1633s to a liteon 1653s possible? (1/12/2005 5:22:03 PM)

BSOS is a 1633S specification firmware (16x CAV/P-CAV +R, 8x Zone-CLV -R, 2.4x +R9)

BS41 is a 1653S specification firmware for 1633S model drives (US market, where it seems they will not be launching the 1653S)
- brings the -R up to 12x P-CAV, and the +R9 up to 4x

Is BS41 better or worse than BS0S ?
- It depends on the drive ... some drive tolerances seem to fit better with 41, others with 0S - with a fully unlocked flasher, you can flash up and down - and the wrong drive too, so take even more care than usual if you are handling an unlocked flasher, or firmware BIN's and LTNFW.




Trancyboy -> RE: Flashing a liteon 1633s to a liteon 1653s possible? (1/14/2005 7:13:57 AM)

My drive has been damaged because of the BS41 firmware so think twice before you install that one on a 1633S.




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