can i use the firmware JW02 wich i found here in forum and edit it with MCSE? i think its the easiest way to flash my drive. isnt it?
Yes you can, if you use DevilsClaw’s Flasher (http://forum.rpc1.org/viewtopic.php?f=2&t=46137).
In fact you’ve got a number of choices here…
First of all, make sure you backup both the main and the core firmware of your drive, and keep them safe. You can do that using Flasher.
Since this particular OEM firmware is not publicly available yet, please share your firmware backup with us. Zip the files together and upload the archive file to a free host such as Mediafire.com and then post the link here for us.
It might be that your JQ01 firmware is in fact newer than other publicly available OEM firmwares, such as the A101, JW02, JC07, JR03 and respectively JP01. When you load the main firmware in MCSE it will tell you its internal release date.
Anyway, once you’ve got your main firmware backup, you can load that file to MCSE, patch it and then flash the patched firmware back to your drive using Flasher. You don’t need to do anything with the core part, other than to keep it safe.
If your JQ01 firmware is quite old, then you might as well do an OEM crossflash to benefit from the newer firmware. If you want to go that way, you might as well use the newest OEM firmware available for the GSA-T40N, which is the DELL OEM A101 one (dated 10.01.09). It is nearly a year newer than JW02 (which is dated 26.02.08) and newer than all the others I mentioned above.
After you flash a firmware file with Flasher make sure you do a full computer shut down. Sometimes a restart is not enough, as not all motherboards cut off power from the optical drives during a normal restart/reboot.