[QUOTE=jonnybsat;2726241]I would try to flash with the stock flasher, but I can not find anyone! is there a way to force the DELL flasher JD12WIN.EXE?
Example: force flash of Toshiba/Samsung drive use -Nocheck parameter[/QUOTE]
No it is not possible. However what it is possible to do is to flash a LiteON *.bin firmware (such as a firmware dump) by using any ‘unlocked’ official LiteON firmware update file (even one which is normally meant for a completely different drive) in ‘stand alone mode’. This type of flashing method is what we refer to as flashing a binary firmware using the “unlocked flasher method”.
You could use this “unlocked flasher method” to flash the CA11 firmware dump using an official LiteOn flasher. It just happens that the JD12 flasher is unlocked so you can use that one as your ‘unlocked flasher’. Basically what you have to do is to right click on the CA11 *.bin dump and click copy, then right click on the JD12 *.exe flasher and select paste. Make sure that the proper drive is selected in the drop down list and then go ahead with the flash. That should flash the CA11 firmware using the JD12 flasher in stand alone mode.
I don’t think this will make any difference at all, if your problem is the EEPROM, but you could give it a try. You can only flash *.bin firmwares this way, you cannot flash EEPROM files this way.
I have pulled together the various DS-8A4S and DS-8A4SH firmwares I have, and you can download the pack from here: http://www72.zippyshare.com/v/76174649/file.html
The pack contains the following firmware files:
I don’t have *.bin files for the JD12, JP5B and CP5B firmwares, but I’m sure [I]blackened2687[/I] can extract these for us from the above LiteOn flashers if we ask nicely