Any proggy that disables 1620's learning?

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#1

like lite on’s?


#2

Could you just once please use the search ?

Before asking such a question… maybe you should ask yourself questions like: Does BenQ have learning at all? Wouldn’t a program like this be mentioned in FAQ or anywhere at all? Shouldn’t I research a little before asking a dumb question?


#3

so it doesn’t have it?


#4

no… do you ? =)


#5

do i what?

simple answer yes or no

no need to bash me i did nothing against tos


#6

--------code65536 has a drive that’s the same. Even my BenQ can do the same as well. Disabling it would require a firmware patch, as there’s nothing in the EEPROM to disable it. I’ll add it to my list of things to do, but sorry, it may be a while before I can do it. What drive do you have?-------

direct quote by cokeking. 2nd post from “How to disable Liteon’s learning?” thread in liteon forum


#7

He was refering to some good burns and then one bad… not the learning function.


#8

w/e that’s where i got the benq learning thing from then you come and bash me


#9

lol!!! patience is a virtue!!! :iagree: :bigsmile:

you guys crack me up!!!


#10

why? must ya do that?


#11

hahaha this is too funny.


#12

what?


#13

No, BenQ 1620, 1625 and 1640 have no learning capability and that’s a very good thing !


#14

okaaaaaaay


#15

Really…? I would like to add; from what we know by now. :stuck_out_tongue:

Check out MacClipper’s posts in recently started thread at HWZ.
Interesting. :cool:


#16

hehehe
Peace!!


#17

:eek: Whoa, that’s really interesting. Thanks pinto2 :slight_smile:


#18

Yes, I saw it a few days ago. I think they will start loose customers like Liteon if they go this way…


#19

Why? Liteon has keep/gained customers because of all of the tools and patches available for their drives. The reason they lost customers, was because of poor burn quality…


#20

well…auto learning stradegy from what i know :smiley: … can be disabled or enabled… :clap: :clap: