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Something is fishy about a new 16101b firmware - 8/26/2001 5:52:47 PM   
KakTyc

 

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Something is fishy about a new 16101b firmware. Seams the drive is reading slower and writing too... Just burned a coaster with CDRWin from a bin file even though got a success message can not see a single file.
Any one else feels bad about this update or its just me?
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RE: Something is fishy about a new 16101b firmware - 8/27/2001 12:08:20 AM   
creztor

 

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I found the same thing with the 12/10/32 update. flashed my burner and then after that, never was the same, and amazingly, that firmware was taken off their site. after i flashed back to the old firmware my burner still wasnt the same. so it doesnt shock me to hear ur having problems, i believe it.


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RE: Something is fishy about a new 16101b firmware - 8/28/2001 9:28:20 PM   
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hey KakTyc,
which firmware did you flash to? I'm using TS0T and my CDRWIN and Nero both burn coasters "successfully"

regards,
riz


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RE: Something is fishy about a new 16101b firmware - 8/28/2001 10:00:36 PM   
KakTyc

 

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TS0T exactly wgat I was talking about.


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RE: Something is fishy about a new 16101b firmware - 8/30/2001 7:05:21 AM   
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Probably you "registered" CDR-Win (and Nero) with a blacklisted ser.number.
GoldenHawk is using this method to tease poor users quite a time, Ahead started using the same method a few releases ago.



Edited by - BigMama on 08/30/2001 07:06:25

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RE: Something is fishy about a new 16101b firmware - 8/30/2001 6:36:44 PM   
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Hey all, i think Big Mama is right

My CDRWIN works now =) although I am still using TS0T.
If you were using a hack-registered version of CDRWIN and installed the new CDRWIN (the re-released 3.8E and 4.0a-e) - and you have to because older versions don't support the liteon - then CDRWIN will burn coasters happily.

What it says when you try to double click on the CD is "Cannot open X: Incorrect Function"

To check if it's just CDRWIN that's messing up (so you know that it's because of the blacklisted serial), try burning something with Nero in Disc-At-Once mode (or in EZCD). Also, remember that if you have "RAW" selected when your'e burning a .bin in CDRWIN you WILL get a coaster.

regards,
riz


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RE: Something is fishy about a new 16101b firmware - 8/31/2001 8:35:53 AM   
KakTyc

 

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Looks Like with TS0V it works better. But I didn't try CDRwin yet.


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