Old 05-07-2010   #101
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Re: Samsung SH-S223B/SH-S223C testing and observations

Does this drive support quality scanning in Nero CDSpeed? I remember not too long ago, the Samsungs worked fine for scanning as they were based on the same chipset as Lite-on and other scanning capable drives.

What chipset is the 223C based on? I changed all the registry settings (for 64 bit OS) to remove TSST drives from being blocked in Nero as I've done in the past.
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Does this drive support quality scanning in Nero CDSpeed? I remember not too long ago, the Samsungs worked fine for scanning as they were based on the same chipset as Lite-on and other scanning capable drives.
The 223C is the exception since it does not have a Mediatek chipset. Not only scanning isn't supported, but also this drive cannot be patched.

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Re: Samsung SH-S223B/SH-S223C testing and observations

Hola, eh leído atentamente algunos de las pruebas sobre SH-S223C, y veo que no es buena, el SH-S223C_SB04.exe lo soluciona?
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Hello, eh carefully read some of the evidence for SH-S223C, and I see that it is not good, the SH-S223C_SB04.exe solve it?
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Bought yesterday this semi-finished product with FW SB03 and upgraded to SB04. I burned some discs with SB03 and think that SB04 is even worse. If you care about your burned data, you don't buy this writer but if you like colorful artistic scan results, then you buy it .
They didn't do anything, becouse, obviously, they can't correct this crappy burner with some programm code. Well spend 25$, NOT!!!
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Hi,The 223C is the exception since it does not have a Mediatek chipset. Not only scanning isn't supported, but also this drive cannot be patched.

Michael
OK!, And to upgrade to version SB05?
Wonder?
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OK!, y para que actualizar a la versión SB05?
Pregunto?
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, mientras estaba repreguntando, veo que salio una nueva versión. SH-S223C_ID02
(DVD-Writer Half Height SH-S223C ID02 Global distribution firmware 2010-10-05)
,While he was questioned again, I see a new version came out. SH-S223C_ID02 (Half Height DVD-Writer SH-S223C Global distribution firmware ID02 10/05/2010)

http://www.samsungodd.com/eng/Firmwa...FWDownload.asp

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File name:SH-S223C_ID02.exe
Submission date:2010-10-05 05:54:16 (UTC)
Current status:queued queued analysing finished
Result:0/ 43 (0.0%)
MD5 : 34e6df99c195f75c07c26e1f95cce394
SHA1 : f2e30380970c4c0e0b0fc3bf9e4d009a57dc8e7a
SHA256: 62b7d6616384f150f8f69706dbb944b027cc81429ec5b8c3e98fdf5dab15d82a
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Al menos no tiene virus.
At least no virus.
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OK!, And to upgrade to version SB05?
Since the scanning and patching applications don't handle the 223C's chipset, there won't be any improvement in that chapter. And there never will be.

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,While he was questioned again, I see a new version came out. SH-S223C_ID02 (Half Height DVD-Writer SH-S223C Global distribution firmware ID02 10/05/2010)
Formerly, IDxx firmwares were marked "India Distribution" whatever this is good for.

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Re: Samsung SH-S223B/SH-S223C testing and observations

First burn with SH-S223C and firmware SB05 at 4x.
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kyrcy (MyCE Senior Member) "First burn with SH-S223C and firmware SB05 at 4x."

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Re: Samsung SH-S223B/SH-S223C testing and observations

For those still using this drive, SB06 is out: http://www.samsungodd.com/eng/Firmwa...ode=HDW&os_no=
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Re: Samsung SH-S223B/SH-S223C testing and observations

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Heh, forgot about that thread =) Should have checked first.

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So, I finally bought a LiteOn iHAS324 B and used it to scan a DVD I burnt with SB06 firmware. It actually looks pretty good.
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Re: Samsung SH-S223B/SH-S223C testing and observations

I also tried to burn a Verb DVD+R DL which I posted here: http://club.myce.com/f76/umedisc-dvd...0/#post2577256
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After seeing some pretty good results, I tried with a MKM 001 DVD+R DL Made in Singapore. This drive doesn't seem all that bad anymore =)

For some reason my LiteOn doesn't do the transfer rate at the fastest speed for this media, so I also included the one done by the Sammy.
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I just tried some RICOHJPN D01 burnt at 6x, and it is par for media of this type. (I already had a coaster from this spindle, it failed towards the end of the burn). The brand is E-blue, if anyone is interested. Not sure where it is made (not labelled), but it is prob MIC or MIT.
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MKM media is still the best. This is a MIT Verbatim DVD+R DL. This was burnt at 10x.
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Bought a batch of Verbatim Made In Singapore DVD-R DL MKM 01RD30. Burnt at 4x.

Compared to my LiteOn iHAS324B, its performance is really not very good esp in the 2nd layer.
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Re: Samsung SH-S223B/SH-S223C testing and observations

I had a samsung drive like that one. It did best at higher speeds. Much like my 7240 and 7260S. They seem to prefer higher speeds. I only use 4X on my rewritable media.
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I had a samsung drive like that one. It did best at higher speeds. Much like my 7240 and 7260S. They seem to prefer higher speeds. I only use 4X on my rewritable media.
Well the media is only rated for 4x and my LiteOn iHAS324 only burns it at 4x too,
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Re: Samsung SH-S223B/SH-S223C testing and observations

Another burn with SH-S223C and firmware SB05 at 4x.
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Kodak 16x DVD+R
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Verbatim 16x DVD+R
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Verbatim 16x DVD+R
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