I may have an answer…if anybody keeping up, I have looked up certain codes that was on the drive itself way in a corner and found in asian language translated:
Model for the ATAPI iHBS212 2, the development model for the DH-12B2LH, which
i H B S 2 12 2 i H B S 2 12 2
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In very top right corner you will see PLD-DH-12B2LH (B)
also found this:
Model: DH-12B2LH, DH-12B2SH
Part #: NA
Revision: 5VUE, CVUE
Test ID: 001030406 / Interop Level: 1.3
SSC/ SSP/ ASR/ IPMd/ IPMh
Can anybody tell me for sure what OEM part this is and can it be cross-flashed to that OEM part, seems HP has neglected to shoot any info nor has revisions on this drive, which is a very good drive if it did not have that HP firmware on there.
Most importantly, how to cross-flash this drive I am clueless how it can be done with HP firmware => Lite-ON