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RE: Khypermedia 48X24X48 burner - 6/12/2003 10:27:10 PM   
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I too have a Khypermedia 48x24x48 from Office Max. I'm running the Nero Express software supplied with it, on a PIII 750MHz, Win 98SE. It burns audio cds just fine, EXCEPT for one weird problem: The burned cd, when played on a regular audio cd player, won't stop playing when the last track is completed. The cd player will search for the end of the last track, but never find it; there's no music at this point - the cd timer gets up to a certain value, then backs off a bit, in an endless loop. I have to manually stop the cd player.

Anyone else experience this? Any known fixes? I've tried burning at a slower speed (24x) but the problem persists.

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RE: Khypermedia 48X24X48 burner - 6/13/2003 12:02:11 PM   
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You are obviously reffering to overburned discs.

The played has trouble to locate the lead-out part of the session.
Try using a disc with less time of music on it.


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RE: Khypermedia 48X24X48 burner - 6/15/2003 4:42:39 AM   
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quote:
Originally posted by sp

You are obviously reffering to overburned discs.

The played has trouble to locate the lead-out part of the session.
Try using a disc with less time of music on it.



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RE: Khypermedia 48X24X48 burner - 6/15/2003 4:47:37 AM   
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quote:
Originally posted by sooki

quote:
Originally posted by sp

You are obviously reffering to overburned discs.

The played has trouble to locate the lead-out part of the session.
Try using a disc with less time of music on it.




I don't think that is the problem. I first noticed this problem on a CD with only 37 minutes of music. Any other ideas?

Using the same CDRW burner, I burned a 78 minute CD using Microsoft Windows Media Player and the Roxio CD burner. That software does burn the last track properly, so the audio CD player stops at the end. I'd still like to get Nero Express to work, though, as the Media Player is really, really hard to use.

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RE: Khypermedia 48X24X48 burner - 6/15/2003 11:24:47 AM   
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2)In Device Manager, under CD-RW Properties/Settings/Options, I checked Sync data transfer, and unchecked both DMA and Auto Insert notification.

- sync data transfer doesn't do anything with IDE devices.
- you really DO NOT want to uncheck DMA.
- disabling auto insert notification always is a good thing :-).

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RE: Khypermedia 48X24X48 burner - 6/15/2003 4:42:58 PM   
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Is this audio disc made by yourself or is this a so called 1:1 copy [?] I found out that some normal audio disc's( Both U2 cd singles from the sweetest thing) do this on my cd-rom player and on cd-players.
A 1:1 copy will do the same.

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RE: Khypermedia 48X24X48 burner - 7/1/2003 4:33:42 PM   
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quote:
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Originally posted by Michael Lee

If you have a 48X burner with C.FZ firmware, you can flash it into 52X using FFZ.EXE. The overclocked 52X works very well, not to mention that now it is also Mt. Rainier compatible. The original 48X firmware is not Mt. Rainier compatible.

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You can upgrade your K-Hypermedia 48x burner with the latest firmware FJZ.exe or newer (F.xZ) from:

http://www.benq.com/drivers/storage_drivers.html.

It realy works very well at 52x and it is Mt. Rainier compatible.

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RE: Khypermedia 48X24X48 burner - 7/5/2003 8:50:10 PM   
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I tried to flash F.FZ firmware on a khypermedia 48x24x48x drive (original firmware C.FZ) using ffz.exe from the benq.com website, the program ran for an hour and it hung up my system. After the reboot my OS(win2000) is not detecting that drive. Is there any way to bring it back to life?

Thanks

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RE: Khypermedia 48X24X48 burner - 7/20/2003 11:01:05 PM   
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I picked one of those Khypermedia 48/24/48 drives that has a stock # 4824P-052 and a D.LC firmware according to the label.

I here a lot of talk about these flashing firmwares. What is the BEST firmware to have and why?

I don't have the C.FZ like most people have? Do I have the wrong burner?

Thanks!

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RE: Khypermedia 48X24X48 burner - 7/20/2003 11:40:59 PM   
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Here is the info:

KHypermedia 48/24/28

Model #: KHCRW482448
Manufacture Date: Feb 2003
Oringinal Firmware D.LC

I know from reading previous posts that the D.xC firmware cannot be flashed. So does that mean I should get the C.xZ original firmware?

Is the reason it cannot be flashed because they use different chipsets?

Which chipset Ricoh or Mediatek is better to use and why? Is one more stable than another?

Thanks for all the info!

I also bought a Cendyne 48/12/48 the is a BenQ 4816A drive? Does anyone know much about this drive? What is the highest it can be flashed? It is ironic that the Cendyne box says 12x re-write but the drive from BenQ is actually a 16x re-write. As far aa I know BenQ never made a 12x re-write.

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RE: Khypermedia 48X24X48 burner - 7/20/2003 11:48:28 PM   
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From a previouis post:

"These D.xC drives CANNOT CANNOT CANNOT be flashed to the BenQ 52x24x52 firmware revision F.FZ under ANY conditions.
If you have a D.xC drive, you should stick with the 4824P firmware upgrades."

What is the pros/cons b/t having a drive with the C.xZ firmware and flashing to 4824W vs. just sticking with the UPDATES for the 4824P?

Thanks

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RE: Khypermedia 48X24X48 burner - 7/21/2003 3:21:51 AM   
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The D.LC drivers can be flashed to the BenQ 52x24x52 firmware revision K.UC (model: 5224P)

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RE: Khypermedia 48X24X48 burner - 7/23/2003 12:45:12 AM   
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hello all,

i also recently purchased the Khypermedia 48x24x48 cdrw (BenQ 4824P; D.LC). installation no problem. however, this drive did not recognized any of the 4 different types of blank CDRs i tried. i used Samsung 16x 700mb, Sony 700mb, Maxell 12x 700mb, & TDK 12x 650mb. can anyone tell me which brand/speed has worked with this drive? thanks.

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RE: Khypermedia 48X24X48 burner - 7/23/2003 3:01:17 AM   
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quote:
Originally posted by VEFF

quote:
Originally posted by cptsnoopy

VEFF

when you get your drive, please post what model you got then we can tell you which firmware to flash. thanks



Thanks cptsnoopy.
I got the KHCRW482448 (says 'Seamless Link' on the tray, so it is mfd by Benq).

It says C.FZ in the lower right corner of the sticker on the bottom of the drive. I assume this is the firmware revision?

It seems from reading one of posts on another site, that a bin file is not needed, but simply using another (52X I suppose) drive's .exe is working?


Not to worry, I read the post about the C.FZ being able to use the 5224W's firmware directly





Update: July 22.
I just got another 48X KHypermedia 48X CD-RW (Free After Rebate again; new promotion).
However, this time it is the 4824P with firmware D.LC (the one from a few months ago was a .FZ)
Does anyone have the BIN of the 5224P - K.xC - so I can flash mine to 52X?
If so, I would appreciate it if you could e-mail it to me so I can upgrade it.

Thanks!

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RE: Khypermedia 48X24X48 burner - 7/24/2003 4:09:50 AM   
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I recently obtained a Kyphermedia 4824P with firmware D.xC and I was wondering if anyone can email me/tell me where to get the required files to overclock to 52x24x52.

Thanks alot!

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RE: Khypermedia 48X24X48 burner - 7/25/2003 3:58:59 AM   
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I just purchased a KHCRW482448 Firmware Rev. D.LC,(OM free after Rebate deal) if anyone still has the K.XC bin file to flash w/ MTKWINFLASH to upgrade the drive(522452), I'd appreciate it if you could email it to me so I can upgrade too!

Thanks

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