[QUOTE=Albert;2722437]I’m surprised (somewhat) that LtnRPC or any other tools work with the drive, as the drive is using a different chipset from the intended target. I think most LiteOn tools were made with MediaTek drives in mind, and the 4O3S apparently has a Sunext…for all intends and purposes, the Sunext drives seem like very gimped MediaTek drives, so maybe LiteOn managed to make the firmware commands more or less equivalent for some things.
If it works now, it shouldn’t break the drive. It’s only supposed to have the drive tweak something stored in its EEPROM, and I am pretty sure you’d get crazy errors if the software was asking the drive to do something crazy/dangerous.[/QUOTE]
Thank you so much for your reply.
To be honest I was really surprised it worked.
I read that there are a number of tools out there that recommend you to limit the number of vendor resets - wanted to be sure.
I guess this is a workable solution for the drive.