It's not the 22 firmware that I need but the 22 bootcode which is only available on such drives.
If you're familiar with hex-editors there's something you can try. If you only have a flasher executable, you should separate the binary firmware first. It's 1,769,480 Bytes at the end of the executable file. So if the executable is 1,822,728 Bytes in size just delete the first 53,248 Bytes. You can try to force flashing by doing the following:
- Dump your current firmware
- Load original firmware and 1Z50 firmware in hex editor
- Add values from your original firmware to the following locations on the 1Z50 firmware:
Try flashing the modified 1Z50 firmwareIf your drive doesn't work, try flashing the dumped firmwareIf it still doesn't work, buy a new drive
- 0x00000c to 0x00000f