2510 2.F8 Quikee Modded Firmwares

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#1

I made some modification to the 2510 2.F8 firmware… Use at your own risk!.. i don’t have a 2510 so I haven’t tried it out. I don’t take any resposibility if something goes wrong.

Ritek G04 4x -> 8x
DDDessauV20 4x -> 8x

Any suggestions on further speedups?
2.f8 beta1


#2

I’ll send the link to my friend as soon as possible

thanks Quikee, you’re great :bow: :bow: :iagree:


if this works out ok can you upgrade your 2.18 aswell (beta9 is ok but i somehow like your beta4 a bit more).
I heard CMC MAG F01 could be burned with 8x in old liggy betas, i didn’t try to test the beta6 with my +r but the 8x has somehow disappeared in later versions. Didn’t they work or what happened (gonna search on that)? Maybe you can set them to 8x again in your FWs…


#3

I just hope it works… =)


#4

Firmware page is updated (also with NEC-1x00A firmware web page link).


#5

Could you try MCC OO2 @ 8x ? I think Herrie used the writing strategy from MCC 003.

It looks easy, can you tell me how to do it ?


#6

My friend is back and away again.
He burned one DDDessau disc using nero with 8x speed selected but he said nero didn’t go higher than 5.6x.
Dunno if he did something wrong but at least they are burning faster :cool:

Beside is 2510 he has no scanning capable drive so i guess he won’t do it… but he wanted to test the files.
That’s were he diasappeared. Gonna call him in 30 minutes.


#7

Could you add PI/PO test ? Just joking :slight_smile:

I may come on the Pioneer 103 -> 108, without any modification… since they have a chip in common with 3500, i hope it will be possible for NEC drives a day…


#8

ok… i’ll add it =)
It’s not easy to mod a firmware… You have to study it first to know it better.


#9

Any tips ?


#10

There’s a very little and old howto on rpc1.org for RPC1 hack & checksum explanation… It’s not the way Quickee work I think (hex edition) but more with inverse engineering (with specific compilators). It’s quite old and maybe obsolete, but I will show you the complexity and risks of this (you can screw up a burner, do RPC1 the wrong way, etc.).


#11

Hmm… strange… i’ll try another write strat…


#12

The write strats are 90 Bytes long =P
And search the forum… =) Get a hex editor… compare some firmwares… =)


#13

Update DDDessau@8x:

The disc read back perfectly.
Errorscan not possible yet, maybe i’ll get the dvd tomorrow and test with my AOpen.

(could you do the changes [cmc/dessau] for your 2.18? i need to backup some gigs during the WE. Would be nice to do 8x. But no need to hurry. Thanks for your efforts :bow: )

/e: just read your previous post, yeah the 6x problem is kinda weird, the 2.18 has dddessauv30 supported at 8x, so it’s less a problem but doesn’t help the 2510…
/e2: great, he just went to the local chinese restaurant… so much for further testing of dessau discs (i’ve only some already burned dessaus here)


#14

A nero cd/dvd transfer rate test could also tell some things how good the dvd was burned. Didn’t you request DDDessauV20 for 2.18 ? =)


#15

yeah, i know… but he didn’t.
I told him to burn, he did.
I told him to test preferable with cd-dvd speed,
He copied the data from test disc, said “ok” and went to dinner. :rolleyes:

He might be back at 9 o’clock gmt+1
I have no dessaus around and the 3500 so i cant test the fw myself :sad:

/e: yes i did, because if he can burn them, i want too (the dessau v20 is at 4x in 2.18 as well) :bigsmile:
/e2: i’ve a scan of an already burned dessau with his 2510 and stock 2.15 fw… i guess that wont help…

/e3: maybe that’s usefull: some infos about the dessau discs:
brand: Intensio
sold by: Aldi, Real (local stores) around 14€ for 25 discs


#16

It would be really nice to add support for Plasmon DVD+Rs. With Herrie’s beta5, they work PERFECTLY @4x. Even 6x and 8x can be selected, but the quality suffers a lot. Here are the relevant information:


Unique Disc Identifier : [DVD+R:POMSI002-01-000]

Disc Type : [DVD+R]
Manufacturer ID : [POMSI002]
Manufacturer Name : [Plasmon]
Media Type ID : [01]
Product Revision : [Not Specified]
Disc Application Code : [General Purpose]
Recording Speeds : [1x , 2.4x , 4x , 6x-8x]
Blank Disc Capacity : [2,295,104 Sectors = 4,482.6MB = 4.38GB (4.70GB)]

[DVD Identifier - http://DVD.Identifier.CDfreaks.com]

** INFO : Hex Dump Of ‘Media Code’-Block Listed Below
** INFO : 4-Byte Header Preceding ‘Media Code’-Block Discarded
** INFO : Format 11h (Method 1) - ADIP Information
0000 : a1 0f 02 00 00 03 00 00 00 26 05 3f 00 00 00 00 …&.?..
0010 : 00 00 03 50 4f 4d 53 49 30 30 32 30 31 00 00 38 …POMSI00201…8
0020 : 23 54 37 15 02 52 6c 02 b4 63 15 15 0b 0a 08 08 #T7…Rl…c…
0030 : 01 19 1b 0c 0c 0c 0d 01 00 00 00 00 00 00 00 00 …
0040 : 01 00 38 38 02 26 64 1e 07 2e 23 10 04 1e 1d 01 …88.&d…#…
0050 : 00 00 02 26 64 1e 07 2e 23 10 04 1e 1d 01 00 00 …&d…#…
0060 : 02 00 54 70 02 4b 63 67 20 14 0b 0b 01 20 00 00 …Tp.Kcg … …
0070 : 00 00 02 80 63 67 20 14 0b 0b 01 20 00 00 00 51 …cg … …Q
0080 : 00 00 00 00 00 00 00 00 00 00 00 00 00 00 00 00 …
0090 : 00 00 00 00 00 00 00 00 00 00 00 00 00 00 00 00 …
00a0 : 00 00 00 00 00 00 00 00 00 00 00 00 00 00 00 00 …
00b0 : 00 00 00 00 00 00 00 00 00 00 00 00 00 00 00 00 …
00c0 : 00 00 00 00 00 00 00 00 00 00 00 00 00 00 00 00 …
00d0 : 00 00 00 00 00 00 00 00 00 00 00 00 00 00 00 00 …
00e0 : 00 00 00 00 00 00 00 00 00 00 00 00 00 00 00 00 …
00f0 : 00 00 00 00 00 00 00 00 00 00 00 00 00 00 00 00 …


#17

According to the version history of Herrie’s hacked firmwares, he used the Philips 081 strategy for these media. I can confirm that this is a really good strategy @4x.

New in Beta 5:

DUAL LAYER SUPPORT ADDED!!!

DVD+R

AML 001 @ 8x using 6x and 8x from Philips 081
AML 002 @ 8x using 6x and 8x from Philips 081
BeAll000P40 @ 8x using 6x and 8x from Philips 081
BeAll000P80 @ 8x using 6x and 8x from Philips 081
GSC502 002 @ 8x using 6x and 8x from Philips 081
GSC503 H01 @ 8x using 6x and 8x from Philips 081
IS001002 @ 8x using 6x and 8x from Philips 081
PRODISC R02 @ 8x using 6x and 8x from PRODISC R03

All previous changes from Beta 4 are included too!

Changes in Beta 4 compared to original 1.07 from NEC:

DVD+R

MCC 002 & MCC 001 @8x using 4x, 6x and 8x from MCC 03
OPTODISCOP1 @ 4x using OPTODISCOP4
OPTODISCOR4 @ 8x using PHILIPS C08
OPTODISCOR8 @ 8x using PHILIPS C08
PHILIPS C08 @ 8x using Philips 081
RICOHJPN R00 and RICOHJPN R01 @ 8x using RICOHJPN R02
RITEK R03 @ 8x RITEK R03

Added DVD+R:

    001 @ 8x using Philips 081

GSC502 002 @ 4x using GSC503 H01
MEDIA ID001 @ 8x using Philips 081
PLASMON 001 @ 8x using Philips 081
POMSA0010R @ 8x using Philips 081
POMSC001002 @ 8x using Philips 081
POMSI00201 @ 8x using Philips 081
POMSI002P01 @ 8x using Philips 081
Plasmon1C01 @ 8x using Philips 081

SKYMEDIAR01 @ 8x using Philips 081

DVD-R

AML @ 8x using 6x and 8x from FUJIFILM03
AN31 -> AN35 @ 8x using 6x and 8x from FUJIFILM03
BeAll G40001 @ 8x using 6x and 8x from FUJIFILM03
CMC MAG. AE1 @ 8x using 6x and 8x from FUJIFILM03
CMC MAG. AF1 @ 8x using 6x and 8x from FUJIFILM03
CMC MAG.AF01 @ 8x using 6x and 8x from FUJIFILM03
GSC001 @ 8x using FUJIFILM03
GSC002 @ 6x using 2+4x GSC001 and 6x MCC 01RG20
INFOSMART01 -> 05 @ 8x using 6x and 8x from FUJIFILM03
LEADDATA01 @ 8x using 6x and 8x from FUJIFILM03
LGE04 @ 8x using 4x, 6x and 8x from FUJIFILM03
LONTEN001 & LONGTEN009 @ 8x 6x and 8x from FUJIFILM03
MCI4XG @ 8x using 2x and 4x from MAM4XG01, 6x and 8x from FUJIFILM03
MXL RG02 @ 8x using FUJIFILM03
NANYA-JC001 @ 8x using 6x and 8x from FUJIFILM03
OPTODISCK001 @ 8x using 6x and 8x from FUJIFILM03
OPTODISCR004 @ 8x using 6x and 8x from FUJIFILM03
PRINCO @ 8x using FUJIFILM03
ProdiscS03 @ 8x using ProdiscS04
RITEKG03 @ 8x using FUJIFILM03
RITEKG04 @ 8x using RITEKG05 from 1.06 Stock
RITEKG05 @ 8x using RITEKG05 from 1.06 Stock
SKC Co.,Ltd. @ 8x using TYG01
SONY04D1 @ 8x using SONY08D1
TYG02 @ 8x using PVCR001002
VDSPMSAB 01 @ 8x using 6x and 8x from FUJIFILM03
Yi Jhan 001 @ 8x using 6x and 8x from FUJIFILM03

Added DVD-R:

3AM0201 @ 2x using DATA TRACK
4M SYS 202C1 @ 2x using DATA TRACK
4M SYS 202C1 @ 8x using FUJIFILM03
ACER MEDIA @ 4x using MAM4XG01
AN30 @ 8x using AN31
ANWELL33 @ 8x using AN31
Auvistar @ 4x using PVC001001
BEALL_G00002 @ 2x using TAIYOYUDEN
BEAll G001 @ 2x using BeAll G00001
DVD-R 4.7-01 @ 2x using DATA TRACK
EZOSDVDR @ 8x using AN31
EZOSDVDR @ 8x using LEADDATA01
Eurodig-Disc @ 2x using DATA TRACK
FORNEX 4X002 @ 8x using AN31
FORNEX001 @ 2x using MCIG01
GRUPO CONDOR @ 2x using DATA TRACK
INFOD K-R01 @ 2x using DATA TRACK
IS-F @ 8x using AN31
LEAD DATA @ 8x using LEADDATA01
LEADDATA @ 4x using PVC001001
LONGTEN TECH @ 8x using TYG01
MAF1202 @ 2x using DATA TRACK
MAMEG02 @ 2x using MCIG01
ME 153 @ 8x using MCC 01RG20
NANYA P1861 @ 4x using PVC001001
POMS3A @ 8x using FUJIFILM03
POMSI002 @ 8x using FUJIFILM03
POSG02 @ 2x using PRINCO
POSJ 01 @ 2x using PRINCO
Plasmon1A @ 8x using FUJIFILM03
REC001 @ 2x using TAIYOYUDEN
SHT 001 @ 2x using MXL RG01
SKC Co.,Ltd. @ 2x using MBI
SMMR01 @ 4x using MXL RG02
TAROKO-X2 @ 4x using PVC001001
VDSP SAB 01 @ 8x VDSPMAB 01
Vanguard @ 8x using VDSPMAB 01


#18

Probably, these media are not capable of 8x recording speed - that’s why the burner decided not to shift the speed.


#19

or he burned less than 1 gig…
so the burner didn’t changed to 8x…
I don’t know what my friend did exactly when burning the disc, i’ll get one of the dessaus tomorrow and try to burn them at 8x with Quikees new 2.18 betas. Or drive to my friend and burn the discs with his 2510. Gonna lock him into the bathroom and break his admin password :bigsmile:


#20

Quikee2,

First off, thanks for doing this, your hard work is much appreciated. My main wish is for dvd+rw so I’m not sure if it’s the same animal or not. Herrie’s beta 6 which wasn’t released publicly supposedly used the RICOHJPN-W11 write strat for RICOHJPN-W01 so they can be burned at 4x rather than 2.4x. Not exactly a priority for most, but I thought I’d ask. Thanks again.