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CRX230e Flash back - 9/4/2004 11:28:59 AM   
ioannisassael

 

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Hi i flashed my CRX230e to LTR-52327S QS58!
I would like to flash it back!!!
Is it possible???
I have been trying for days!!
can you please help me!!!

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RE: CRX230e Flash back - 9/4/2004 7:53:38 PM   
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Hi and welcome to our forums.

Of course you can do it, let me describe how:

a) Grab the Sony CRX230e firmware at: here. Assuming you want to get the QYS3 file, its a windows flasher.
b) Grab FlashFix
c) Drop the QYS3.exe file into Flashfix, and use the new file to flash your drive back to a SONY CRX230e

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RE: CRX230e Flash back - 9/26/2004 1:07:56 PM   
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Hey,

I'm trying to overclock my LTR-48246S (48/24/48) OC to 52246S.

So I went to that page and downloaded SS0E. And ran it and it ran succesfully. And restarted computer.

CDRW drive still works fine but it is still reported as the 48246S and still only 48x, not 52x?

Did I do something wrong?

Thanks,
Will

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RE: CRX230e Flash back - 9/26/2004 3:18:01 PM   
Matthew

 

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I think you needed to flashfix the 52246S firmware to OC a 48246S - - looks like "OC to" is an indication of what it WILL do, rather than the one that does the deed.

PS. Make sure you aim a flashfixed flasher at the right drive, as it's probably removed ALL misflash protection!

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RE: CRX230e Flash back - 9/29/2004 9:04:31 PM   
war59312

 

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Hey,

So you think I should flashfix and run LTR-52246S (52/24/52) No OC:

6S0F? Whats the difference between w1 and w2?

This one right?:

http://www.liteonit.com/ODD/WebFW/LTR-52246S/R526S0F.zip

Update:

Yeap it was. Hehe

Thanks man for the tip off. Did not relize. Figured I just did something wrong.

Working great now. :)

Thanks again,
Will


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RE: CRX230e Flash back - 9/30/2004 1:58:49 AM   
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RE: CRX230e Flash back - 10/5/2004 10:51:41 AM   
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The difference between 48 and 52 is going to be pretty minor - in fact, on many media, it might not even get there.

I'm not sure that a small increase in speed is worth crossflashing for - later firmware with better media support, perhaps, but I'd expect the 52x result to be even more marginal than a 48x ... your burn quality will normally thank you for holding it back to 40, 32 or even 24 for some really poor media.

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