PID DVDRW SOHW-1653S
F/W Revision CS02
Date Code 2004/10/12 14:44
FlashROM Manufacturer ID C2
FlashROM Device ID 37
FlashROM Type MXIC(MX29LV008B)(+3.3V)
Vendor Resets Available 4
User Resets Available 5
RPC Scheme RPC II
Interleaved DMA Not Supported
Command queuing Not Supported
Overlap operation Not Supported
IORDY may be disabled Not Supported
Multiword DMA mode 2
PIO mode 4
Ultra DMA Mode 4
Minimum Multiword DMA transfer cycle time per word 120 ns
Manufacturerâ€™s recommended Multiword DMA transfer cycle time 120 ns
Minimum PIO transfer cycle time without flow control 227 ns
Minimum PIO transfer cycle time with IORDY flow control 120 ns
Major version number ATA/ATAPI-5
SMART feature set Not Supported
Security Mode feature set Not Supported
Removable Media feature set Not Supported
Power Management feature set Not Supported
Burst Rate 39.50 MB/S
can you rip the firmware and send it to the codeguys? so they can test if it works on 1633s… would be nice!
I already send the firmware to codeguys.
Please email me a copy of the firmware, please.
Of course, the first firmware for the drive will probably be crap. But then again…?
Hoping that it’ll work on a 1213s
I have do a simple test.
Mitsubishi 8x DVD-R, now the DVD-R is P-CAV.
I’d still like a copy of the firmware to try it out.
What is your email?
idolclub Please email me a copy of the firmware to
Email it to me. Maybe I’ll get it online faster than the codeguys
Those CodeGuys must be on vacation. Awfully damn slow aren’t they? Somebody should go rattle their cage.
I just did
I can’t handle the pressure.
Flasher version and bin is now available here.
Note: I haven’t tested it in a 1213S or 1633S yet. Also it doesn’t work with OP at the moment.
Sorry, forgot to say thanks to idolclub for sending it.
I want my 1213S rma’ed so I can test :).
I guess we should take some comfort in knowing that LO went through CS0A-CS0Z before they got to CS02. Or not…
The usually change the “0”, after the letters, for in house testing, like CS1A or change the second letter. 2S and 3S have all started at low numbers and moved up to the letters, in the last digit…