DVRTool - Pioneer DVR/BDR firmware flashing utility (v1.02)

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#142

BD-ROM Pioneer BDC-207 BK or DBK


#143

Thanks, Finally, where can I find, get or buy the BDR-PR1EPDV firmware and kernel.?


#144

Rather, you can not buy. Only Epson can help here, but he doubts he wants to help. They sell these models


#145

I’d like to flash a previous firmware on the pioneer bdr 209m drive with the dvrtool -ff command. Can someone give me the password for this drive?

grtz

And what’s the story between the pioneer bdr 209m different versions of firmware? Like general firmwares and 209ebk specialized firmwares which are according to dvrtool incompatible with each other.


#146

I could flash my 209M ID60 without a password, be sure you have the correct firmware files though.
Any particular reason for you to try a previous firmware? From my personal experience with CMCMAGBA5 media, the later firmwares have better write quality than the earlier versions.


#147

Hello Oinker,

well all of a sudden my pioneer bluray burner won’t read any bluray discs. So, i thought maybe it is some firmware upgrade i did in the past. My burner, a pioneer bdr 209M ebk burner bought in 2016, but on it’s label it said 2014 build date. So, i just want it to read bluray discs again.

I guess i also have an id60 burner. id60 stands for the kernel used right? Even put in a new laser unit for blue laser and red laser. But somehow the blue laser is a bit blue/purple coloured.

I was trying to adjust the height of the sled and at some point i had a little blue dot on the upside of the disc. That must be something, but that was it. Then i should just keep on adjusting the height of the lasersled.


#148

Yes, as you can see in the screenshot you’ve posted where it says Kernel Type: ID60. The firmware you want to flash must be the same, otherwise it won’t work. The screenshot says you’re on firmware 1.30, that’s rather old, did you try any newer version, the latest is 1.52?
Now I doubt the problem is a firmware update, so downgrading probably won’t solve the issue of being unable to read BluRay discs. And it would be really weird if the laser optic would be completely out of focus even with a replaced laser unit.
So considering the drive is out of warranty I’d suggest to just buy a new drive.


#149

ok, i understand, but what’s the difference between the ‘general’ firmware files and the ID60 firmware files?

Btw it isn’t just the two leds replaced, but it’s a sled with the leds, so i replaced the complete sled. But strange thing is, that before i replaced the sled, it also didn’t read bluray anymore. But although i did clean, i cleaned the red laser lense. Cause that looks blue. So i cleaned the wrong lense. I always use the blue spiritus alcohol to clean the lenses. Has always worked out fine. Looks like the blue ray just can’t focus on the disc right. There should be a point that’s blue visible on top of the disc ( i opened the unit then connect it to be able to see how it works). Maybe i should try cleaning again, using ordinary alcohol.

About the firmware versions i installed, tried a very old firmware indeed, to no avail. Yes, now i have the newest version fresh from the pioneer site installed. Still isn’t working. It just won’t start using the blue laser.