Originally posted by Nuke209
[B]it’s no diff from liteon’s bitsetter, just that it’s like, just in the program, lol
it still doesn’t stay on ROM after restart
But seriously, i wish they would, I’d love my 811s like crazy, that’s why 2500a is my new favorite kid cuz it’s still on ROM after restart, lol [/B]
You have me at a dis-advantage. it completely escapes me what is funny?
It would be slightly difficult for me to make it any different given the function is in firmware, I am limited to the functionality they have provided, so of course its no different. Many users requested this rather than having to use a separate utility.
It also means that if and when they provide more features, or firmware hackers provide more features I will be able to make some changes, where liteon wont.
If a drive remembers the settings or not depends on their choice of flash memory when the drive was designed, some drives have a very limited life cycle on the flash memory and so settings are held in dram and so do not survive a power down. Others such as the BTC require a disc to be loaded before they can be set. they are all different.
The 2500A is hardly an example, it DOES NOT SUPPORT bitsetting, you have to use a hacked or illegal firmware. Nu on the other hand fully support it and support both + and - bitsetting and allow it to be written to flash or dram your choice.