Posting here in the general thread as it seems the one updated more frequently.
Please pardon my complete ignorance of these matters, I’m trying to understand more how this all works so I would apreciate some further explanations.
I own a NEC ND-3520A 1.04
Appearently it’s unable to write audio CDs at speeds under 8x with its current firmware, and this is an issue for the CD drive I have in my car.
A friend pointed out the firmware modification through MediaCodeSpeedEdit as a possible solution.
I dumped my drive’s fw with binflash and opened it with MediaCode, but at this point I’m stuck wondering what to do next[ol]
[li]It only shows data concerning DVD discs. Does this mean that I won’t be able to change data concerning CDs with this software?[/li][li]Previously I always assumed that the write speeds inside a drive’s fw were one for each category. So a writing speed for CD-R, one for CD+R, one for DVD-R and so on. After reading a bit the huge list that loads up once I opened up my dumped fw, it seems to me that appearently there’s a writing speed set for each type/brand of disc instead. Correct?[/li][li]Supposing the above question gets an affirmative answer, does it mean that I am to change the writing speed limits for each of the CD brands/types I want to use with my drive?[/li][/ol]I guess this will be more than enough questions from me for now. Thanks for any help provided