Cdrwin with my liteon 32125w

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#1

it doesnt work
it wont recognize it :frowning:

why not? how to fix it?


#2


#3

Try checking the settings for the slave and master, and make sure the power cable is plugged snug.

Sometimes this occurs if the ide channels are turned off in the bios


#4

This worked for my Liteon 32125W:
Extracted the firmware with mtkflash.
Edit the BIN file with edit.com changed “32125W” to “32123S”.
Flashed it back with mtkflash.

:slight_smile: Cdrwin 3.8G is now working :slight_smile:

Or download this file and flash it:
http://members.home.nl/offline/share/WBS3_.BIN

Or try the new Cdrwin 3.9A
My registration key is expired for the new version :frowning:


#5

Everything is configured as it has to be, cause it works everywhere else.

I already tried the new cdrwin

as you can see it is listed in the readers list, but not as it should be


#6

Originally posted by SaiBork
[B]Everything is configured as it has to be, cause it works everywhere else.

I already tried the new cdrwin

as you can see it is listed in the readers list, but not as it should be
[/B]

well it should be working

i have the 40125s and it saw it in 4.0a
then i upgraded my drive to the w version and cdrwin 4.0a didnt regocniced it anymore i instald 3.8g and it worked again now i upgraded my drive to the 48125w but now no cdrwin will see it

but for you it must work just trt al the versions of cdrwin that are availeble and you shall see it will work

greetz sphere man


#7

The 32125W drive is NOT supported with Cdrwin 3.8G.
Strange enough it isn’t supported with the new Cdrwin 3.9A.
With the above firmware trick you let Cdrwin thin you have an older supported drive.

Works very well for me :slight_smile:
It also works for the DOS-console version.

Try it :smiley:
If you don’t trust it first save your firmware with mtkfalsh.exe.
Than you can always go back to the original firmware.

Otherwise you have to wait until Cdrwin supports the Liteon/Creative 32125W :frowning:


#8

Originally posted by WaldoMonster
…the Liteon/Creative 32125W :frowning:

sorry, didnt change my sig correctly :stuck_out_tongue:

i made a backup of my firmware now

but since im going to write the firmware, isnt it better to OC it
so its a newer/better model, instead of "downclocking :confused: " it to an older model?

well anyway it says 32125W twice, if im going to change it into 32125S, should i change both?

and if im going to OC it which file should i use then?


#9

but since im going to write the firmware, isnt it better to OC it so its a newer/better model, instead of "downclocking " it to an older model?
You only change the text so that Cdrwin recognise the drive.
The drive characteristics aren’t changed.
If you flash a 40 or 48 speed drive with 32123S information the drive characteristics are changed, but because of the 32123S information Cdrwin don’t let you burn faster then 32 speed.

well anyway it says 32125W twice, if im going to change it into 32125S, should i change both?
Yes, but to 32123S not 32125S Otherwise CDRWin won’t recogize the drive.

and if im going to OC it which file should i use then?
Use your current firmware or newer.


#10

I have checked the Goldenhawk website and found out that the 40125W drive was supported.
I flashed WS03 and guess what, it worked with Cdrwin 3.8G.
Now you can even burn at 40 speed if you have the right media.