DVRFlash 2.5 Released!

vbimport

#1

New features:
o DVR-111 support
o DVR-112 support
o DVR-115 support
o DVR-212 support
o DVR-215 support
o Additional check sum test

Fixes:
o Major internal cleanup

Known problems:
o DOS version not tested yet
o Linux version not used for flashing yet, drive detection works
fine
o MAC version seems to have drive detection problems if several internal and external drives are connected. v2.2 and probably all previous releases have the same problem

http://dvrflash.rpc1.org/


#2

Awesome


#3

Thanks :flower:


#4

Regards to those who know. :bow:


#5

Excellent!!!


#6

Very Nice !


#7

:bow::bow::bow: :bigsmile::bigsmile::bigsmile:


#8

Can you flash Sata drive in Dos? If so what is the command and what drivers and is the kernel included in the new firmware?:confused:


#9

[QUOTE=lowgra;2017380]Can you flash Sata drive in Dos? If so what is the command and what drivers and is the kernel included in the new firmware?:confused:[/QUOTE]

you can flash the 212/215 sata drives in dos, and the other versions, you only need the kernel, if you plan on crossflashing, the 212d>212 is already released by a member, is that your drive?

http://club.cdfreaks.com/f87/how-crossflash-212d-212-a-241000/

see the DVRFlash page, which shows you an example of the command line


#10

Thanks PumaUk
Only one other question you could help with the sata drive is not detected in Dos any Ideas


#11

Maybe the SATA controller is set to AHCI and needs a Windows driver in order to recognize drives? Just guessing here.


#12

Yes, correct guess I guess. :smiley:


#13

yes, you can get this from your motherboard driver disc, what operating system are you using?


#14

PumaUK
I guess the driver required is the Sata driver from the motherboard.What is the command to install in Dos to make the DVR visible and I presume it is the sata disk driver to install Windows.
Thanks


#15

[QUOTE=lowgra;2020050]PumaUK
I guess the driver required is the Sata driver from the motherboard.What is the command to install in Dos to make the DVR visible and I presume it is the sata disk driver to install Windows.
Thanks[/QUOTE]

DVRFlash -v should tell you if the drive is seen


#16

Still unable to find Sata DVR 212D with 2.5 Dos Dvrflash 212D shown in Bios Boot even when runing DRVFLASH -v.Motherboard Nvidia chipset based P5N-E SLI must be driver based problem any Idea’s would be appreciated.


#17

[QUOTE=lowgra;2021971]Still unable to find Sata DVR 212D with 2.5 Dos Dvrflash 212D shown in Bios Boot even when runing DRVFLASH -v.Motherboard Nvidia chipset based P5N-E SLI must be driver based problem any Idea’s would be appreciated.[/QUOTE]

why are you flashing in dos? asked before what operating system are you running?