When you used TDB’s files for the 112 series, the kernel and firmware were all included in one package, thus, the (*) next to the file meant that particular file needed to be flashed first to get to the Buffalo and subsequent firmwares.
With DVRFlash, once the kernel and firmware files are available, you don’t need to do that anymore. Did you read up on DVRFlash?
Is it so difficult to run the firmware through MSCE and see if “enable bitsetting” box is ticked or not?
It’s not like you are a new member, all these answers can be found if you just try it out.