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RE: Philips PCRW804 - 7/13/2002 3:58:29 PM   
Laffin Assassin


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Hi Mopedmann
I am pleased it sorted your problem out Mate !!!!!

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RE: Philips PCRW804 - 7/13/2002 4:43:00 PM   
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Hi,
here is the next one who needs the 249kB File. Could you please send it to me ?

Thanx a lot from Germany.

Bigred


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RE: Philips PCRW804 - 7/13/2002 5:02:24 PM   
Laffin Assassin


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Hi bigred7403
I have just e-mailed you a zip file
Just unzip it into a folder and follow the instructions in the folder and that should cure your problems.

I hope this helps !!!

Laffin Assassin

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But it's more Important to be NICE!!!

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RE: Philips PCRW804 - 7/13/2002 5:28:38 PM   
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I'm having some frustrating intermittent problems with the Philips CDD4801 drive that's in my Presario desktop. I've updated the firmware to v2.5 but the drive still is not consistently recognized when I boot my computer. Here's the deal:

1. When I restart or boot up I see a flashing vertical white rectangle in the upper right corner of my screen and then I'll get a black screen that tells me that my computer has been updated - and will show my scsi ids (hard drive, dvd drive, cd drive, etc.), but, the Philips drive is sometimes there and sometimes not.
2. Often, I'll get an inifinite loop of the above scenerio until finally, by some magic, the drive is recognized and the boot successful, or, windows gives up on trying to recognize and starts up with the drive dead.

Am I having a hardware failure, or, is this software? Any insights or tips? Please, please, please. Thanks! Eric


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RE: Philips PCRW804 - 7/13/2002 5:42:47 PM   
Laffin Assassin


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Hi emhowd
Please give more information such as
What config have you got for your drives
ie :-
Name and models of Drives
What SCSI and ID if any
IDE Primary Master
IDE Primary Slave
IDE Secondry Master
IDE Secondry Slave
What Motherboard and Operating System are you using

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RE: Philips PCRW804 - 7/13/2002 7:26:41 PM   
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Thanks! Here it is ...

Name and models of Drives

E:\Compaq DVD-ROM DV 5700B (internal)
F:\Philips CDD4801 (internal)
G:\Iomega USB Zip Drive (external)
H:\Mitsumi CR 4802TE (QueDrive) (external)
I:\BackPack USB External HD (external)

I'm uncertain on how to identify the Primary/Secondary Slaves

What Motherboard and Operating System are you using
Windows ME
Pentium III processor
[unsure on how to find the motherboard]

I hope that this helps a little?

Laffin Assassin

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But it's more Important to be NICE!!!
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RE: Philips PCRW804 - 7/13/2002 7:26:42 PM   
emhowd

 

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Thanks! Here it is ...

Name and models of Drives

E:\Compaq DVD-ROM DV 5700B (internal)
F:\Philips CDD4801 (internal)
G:\Iomega USB Zip Drive (external)
H:\Mitsumi CR 4802TE (QueDrive) (external)
I:\BackPack USB External HD (external)

I'm uncertain on how to identify the Primary/Secondary Slaves

What Motherboard and Operating System are you using
Windows ME
Pentium III processor
[unsure on how to find the motherboard]

I hope that this helps a little?

Laffin Assassin

It's Nice to be Important!!!
But it's more Important to be NICE!!!
[/quote]


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RE: Philips PCRW804 - 7/14/2002 4:41:44 AM   
stefsom

 

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quote:
E:\Compaq DVD-ROM DV 5700B (internal)
F:\Philips CDD4801 (internal)
G:\Iomega USB Zip Drive (external)
H:\Mitsumi CR 4802TE (QueDrive) (external)
I:\BackPack USB External HD (external)



Configure the philips cdd4801 as master
I believe that compaq uses cable select.


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RE: Philips PCRW804 - 7/14/2002 1:51:05 PM   
emhowd

 

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... and how does one configure it as master? Thanks! Eric


quote:

quote:
E:\Compaq DVD-ROM DV 5700B (internal)
F:\Philips CDD4801 (internal)
G:\Iomega USB Zip Drive (external)
H:\Mitsumi CR 4802TE (QueDrive) (external)
I:\BackPack USB External HD (external)



Configure the philips cdd4801 as master
I believe that compaq uses cable select.






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RE: Philips PCRW804 - 7/15/2002 12:05:12 PM   
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Hi;
Like the others I have the dratted Philips 804 and need the updated firmware..Thanks in advance..
Richard


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RE: Philips PCRW804 - 7/15/2002 2:06:48 PM   
Laffin Assassin


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Hi Richard
You have e-mail
I have sent you the ASPI Fix file
It is only 249k.
Just unzip it into a folder and follow the instructions and that should cure your problems.
I hope this helps !!!

Laffin Assassin

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But it's more Important to be NICE!!!

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RE: Philips PCRW804 - 7/15/2002 11:53:53 PM   
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Hey Laffin Assin;
Thanks very much for the d/l...Will install tomorow..
Nice to have people like you around to help..
Richard


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RE: Philips PCRW804 - 7/16/2002 6:15:40 AM   
Laffin Assassin


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Hi Richard
No problem Mate lets just hope it cures your problem !!!!

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RE: Philips PCRW804 - 7/16/2002 7:52:34 AM   
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Laffin Assassin could you email me that patch i am having the same problem thanks


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RE: Philips PCRW804 - 7/16/2002 8:10:35 AM   
Nessi2k

 

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Hi Laffin Assassin,
guess what,

i would need your magic tool also.
If you send it to me, I might put it online, so you won't have to email it to every1...

Thx in advance CU,
Nessi


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RE: Philips PCRW804 - 7/16/2002 11:25:34 AM   
Laffin Assassin


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quote:

Laffin Assassin could you email me that patch i am having the same problem thanks


Hi Night277
I have just e-mailed you a zip file It is only 249k.
Just unzip it into a folder and follow the instructions and that should cure your problems.
I hope this helps !!!


Laffin Assassin

It's Nice to be Important!!!
But it's more Important to be NICE!!!

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