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#1

Hi, i follow all instructions at this page http://liggydee.cdfreaks.com/page/en/Bootflash/instructions in order to change settings on my NEC ND 6500A make this slave but after this the LED on my drive is still blinking now and i cannot flash a new firmware because the utility BinFlash doesn’t find any supported device…
What should i do now?


#2

[quote=renegade85;2042488]Hi, i follow all instructions at this page http://liggydee.cdfreaks.com/page/en/Bootflash/instructions in order to change settings on my NEC ND 6500A [B]make this slave[/B] but after this the LED on my drive is still blinking now and i cannot flash a new firmware because the utility BinFlash doesn’t find any supported device…
What should i do now?[/quote]
You dont have to flash anything to make the drive master or slave all you do is change the jumpers on the back of the drive.


#3

[QUOTE=alan1476;2042508]You dont have to flash anything to make the drive master or slave all you do is change the jumpers on the back of the drive.[/QUOTE]Alan here is some more info on the 6500A > http://liggydee.cdfreaks.com/page/en/NEC-ND-6500A/

It’s a lappy drive.


#4

Whoops, I am not familar with Laptop drives at all. My mistake.


#5

[QUOTE=renegade85;2042488]Hi, i follow all instructions at this page http://liggydee.cdfreaks.com/page/en/Bootflash/instructions in order to change settings on my NEC ND 6500A make this slave but after this the LED on my drive is still blinking now and i cannot flash a new firmware because the utility BinFlash doesn’t find any supported device…
What should i do now?[/QUOTE]
Why did you want to convert your drive to slave at all? It was recognized with the default settings.

You will now either have to attach your drive to a desktop PC with an IDE adapter or find someone with a Laptop that is able to recognize the drive (Toshiba laptops should usually work fine here) and flash the drive there. But you should really go back to master firmware instead of flashing a main firmware


#6

Totally off the subject

Liggy I have been making about 6 visits to your website a day :bigsmile:


#7

Ok, i’ll try to connect the NEC to my Desktop PC…i’ll need to buy the adaptor:a


#8

[QUOTE=jcusimano2;2042815]Liggy I have been making about 6 visits to your website a day :bigsmile:[/QUOTE]
This won’t speed up new firmware releases at all :stuck_out_tongue:

I’m still dealing with some issues on my new PC - mainly about drivers (currently Realtek LAN and JMicron IDE) that cannot properly handle 8 GB RAM on a 32 Bit OS. I won’t update firmwares until all my stuff is switched to the new PC and I won’t switch until everything is stable. :disagree:

[QUOTE=renegade85;2042828]Ok, i’ll try to connect the NEC to my Desktop PC…i’ll need to buy the adaptor:a[/QUOTE]
There’s nobody you know with a Toshiba laptop?


#9

My old CompaQ Armada700 also uses “cableselect”, think many older lappys do. :wink:

[I]More,[/I] but now I’m just guessing; from own experience the latest Intel express sata chipset are able to run any drive configuration as well. (Maybe because they don’t run on ide/sata bus*.)

[I]Off topic[/I]
alan1476, time to get a laptop old man. :smiley:
Much easier to take with you on vacations and out in the free. Adding wireless Internet and you will be able to chat with us all the time. Thanks. :slight_smile:
[I]/off topic[/I]
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#10

[I]Way off topic.[/I][QUOTE=pinto2;2042999] (Maybe because they don’t run on ide/sata bus*.) [/QUOTE]Think I’ll have to eat my hat up for this one… :bigsmile:

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