@ scooby do,
Unfortunately it is not very clear as to exactly what you are attempting to do with Pioneer DVD-115 Drive.
If you are attempting to install Media Code Speed Edit â€˜patched/modifiedâ€ Firmware there is no need to be attempting to use DVRFlash to install the MCSE â€˜patchedâ€™ Firmware to your Pioneer DVR-115 Drive. You just use the Official Pioneer MCSE â€˜patched/modifiedâ€ Firmware and the Official Pioneer MCSE â€˜patched/modifiedâ€ Flasher to flash your Pioneer DVR-115 Drive.
Suggest closely reviewing the â€œMediaCodeSpeedEdit support for Pioneer DVD-Writersâ€ (http://club.cdfreaks.com/f87/mediacodespeededit-support-pioneer-dvd-writers-153213) thread and note the comments referring to â€œAllow Same To Same Flashingâ€ patching of the Pioneer flasher.
If you are attempting CrossFlashing your Pioneer DVR-115 Drive to different DVR-115 series Firmware suggest reviewing the â€œPioneer DVR-115D CrossFlashed to DVR-A15-J (DVR-115L)â€ (http://club.cdfreaks.com/f87/pioneer-dvr-115d-crossflashed-dvr-a15-j-dvr-115l-241260), â€œPioneer Firmware/Kernel Filesâ€ (http://forum.rpc1.org/viewtopic.php?p=211747#211747&sid=5058cdbdd2905c79ab20e24decde7bd0), and â€œDVRFlash 2.6.0 Releasedâ€ (http://forum.rpc1.org/viewtopic.php?f=2&t=43845) threads.
Note the correct use of the DVRFlash switches. Specifically the correct switch for the Force Flash (-ff) option. (Example: DVRFlash -ff X: Kernel File Firmware File). The DVRFlash Executable File, the Kernel File, and the Firmware File all have to be in the same Folder/Directory when attempting the flashing procedure.