Pioneer DVR-112D > 112L

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#1

Hi all,

I have had a Pioneer DVR-112D for a few months and never got around to flashing it to enable Labelflash (LF). I thought i did this the other day so i bought a pack of LF DVDs, burnt a disc and designed my label. Trouble is Nero 8 isnt enabling the button for me to print the label.

I didnt some routing around and found that i needed buffalos firmware 8.06 to allow me to use LF, but i also read that DVR-112L 1.22 enables LF but this didnt work either.

So at the moment DVDinfoPro is showing i have the following

But still nero refuses to enable the “burn” button.

Have i dont something totally wrong?

I realise this has been discussed before but i couldnt find anything specific to my problem. I seem to have flashed it correctly as the drive still reads and burns discs, so im lost.

Thanks for reading.


#2

@ mcloum,

LabelFlash burning software is available for download at ->

http://labelflash.jp/enjoy/softdl.html

In the N e r o software program you need a unique Serial Number to enable LabelFlash burning.

BeLooken


#3

yeah i tried that before installing Nero but i got a error "no labelflash hardware found"or something similar.

Just to add to my first post, the button to use labelflash is visible in nero, just greyed out. There is a seperate program that you can use to burn the labels out of cover designer but this just says there is no media inserted, but there is. yes its the right way up. :smiley:


#4

[QUOTE=mcloum;1995077]yeah i tried that before installing Nero but i got a error "no labelflash hardware found"or something similar.

Just to add to my first post, [B]the button to use labelflash is visible in nero, just greyed out.[/B] There is a seperate program that you can use to burn the labels out of cover designer but this just says there is no media inserted, but there is. yes its the right way up. :D[/QUOTE]

Read post #2. already explained.


#5

I appreciate that but your response isnt adding anything new to this discussion.

You say its already explained but which part?

The labelflash software he mentioned or the unique serial number for Nero?

Im thinking the unique serial? If thats the case then i take it a keygen would not help me out?


#6

[QUOTE=mcloum;1995273]I appreciate that but your response isnt adding anything new to this discussion.

You say its already explained but which part?

The labelflash software he mentioned or the unique serial number for Nero?

Im thinking the unique serial? [B]If thats the case then i take it a keygen would not help me out?[/B][/QUOTE]

Since Labelflash is only marketed in Europe and some parts of NA, you need a valid LF serial number normally coming with a LF capable drive & Nero.

Have you read the forum rules???


#7

mcloum

In posting #2 I explained in N e r o for LableFlash to be enabled requires a unique LabelFlash Serial Number. Using a KeyGen to attempt to obtain an N E R O unique LableFlash Serial Number is Illegal and discussion concerning KeyGen is against Forum Rules.

I also provided a Web Link to the Official LabelFlash Web Site which provides Free LabelFlash software and detailed information on how to use the Official LabelFlash software program ->

http://labelflash.jp/enjoy/softdl.html

If you actually read all the information provided at the Official LabelFlash Web Site all your valid LabelFlash questions will be answered.

The LableFlash topic has been discussed in the Forum and using Forum Search will provide information on LableFlash.

BeLooken


#8

[quote=chef;1995278]
Have you read the forum rules???[/quote]

No i havent, sorry to sound like a arse but im being honest.

To me it wasnt clear, you didnt make it clear if you need both the labelflash software and neros unique key or just a unique key for nero if i didnt want to use the labelflash software.I wont mention keygens again.

I also stated that i had tried that software and it gave me the error i mentioned below (no labelflash hardware found), which leads me to believe that the firmware doesnt in fact enable label flash on the 112D.

Explained in Post #1

I think i’ll just buy a lightscribe drive

Cheers


#9

No Problem here with 112D@112L 8.25 and Nero 6.6 (German Retail version).
At least all Labelflash related options are enabled in Nero Cover Designer. Haven’t tried yet due to the lack of media and time.


#10

[QUOTE=BeLooken;1995291]mcloum

In posting #2 I explained in N e r o for LableFlash to be enabled requires a unique LabelFlash Serial Number. Using a KeyGen to attempt to obtain an N E R O unique LableFlash Serial Number is Illegal and discussion concerning KeyGen is against Forum Rules.

I also provided a Web Link to the Official LabelFlash Web Site which provides Free LabelFlash software and detailed information on how to use the Official LabelFlash software program ->

http://labelflash.jp/enjoy/softdl.html

If you actually read all the information provided at the Official LabelFlash Web Site all your valid LabelFlash questions will be answered.

The LableFlash topic has been discussed in the Forum and using Forum Search will provide information on LableFlash.

BeLooken[/QUOTE]

 mcloum,   WHY DON"T YOU use this link you already have label flash capabilities. this is silliness. Labelflash drive + http://labelflash.jp/enjoy/softdl.html = what you need right  ???

“I’ll just buy a lightscribe drive” :confused::confused::confused::doh:


#11

Did you turn the disk upside down when you tried to write it? Because a friend of mine was that stupid. The burn button lighted up when he turned the disk upside down. You actually burn the image/Text with the laser and the laser is normaly under the disk. You can’t actually fit anything on the top of the DVD burner. If there was a laser on the top of the drive aswell the DVD burner would be mutch bigger, it woold be like 2 burners on top of eachother. There is actually 2-3 mm of space deppending who manufactured the drive, some drives have even less space on top of the disk, like slot-in or laptop drives. So the side you want to have labeled need to face the laser and the laser is normally on the bottom of the drive… try that


#12

@ Skevast,

If Forum Member mcloum followed the detailed instructions in the link provided by Forum Member BeLooken in posting #7 the instructions Clearly state “Eject the disc, flip it over so the labeling side is facing down, and pop it back in the burner”. If Forum Member mcloum over looked those instruction there is also a graphic depiction instructing the user to flip the Disc over.

Regards,
bjkg


#13

You gotta be kidding me!!

If Forum member bjkg read [U][B]the whole thread[/B][/U] he would have seen that i had in fact tried that software as stated in thread #3

And yes i have flipped the disc over, i managed to get Nero to burn 2 discs then nothing.


#14

mcloum -

Well I have totally read this thread in its entirety including post #3.

I have to step forward and inform you that nowhere it this thread have you definitively stated that you Actually used LabelFlash Index Maker software program referenced in my #2 posting.

You also indicate in your previous postings in this thread that DVD-112L Firmware doesn’t provide LabelFlash support. You were so definitively insistent that you actually stated you were going to purchase a LightScribe Drive. But now in your #13 posting you state that you successfully burned 2 LabelFlash Labels so in fact DVD-112L Firmware does support LabelFlash burning.

Numerous other Forum Members and I have DVD-112D to DVD-112L Firmware and use the referenced LabelFlash Index Maker software program without any problems. As previously stated there are Forum postings discussing Pioneer LabelFlash and also postings displaying the elaborate Pioneer LabelFlash Label Graphics Forum Members have printed on their Disks. In short your problem is not a DVD-112L Firmware problem.

Suggest before getting your feathers all ruffled up that you get all you facts together correctly.

BeLooken


#15

[quote=BeLooken;2004985]
Numerous other Forum Members and I have DVD-112D to DVD-112L Firmware and use the referenced LabelFlash Index Maker software program without any problems. As previously stated there are Forum postings discussing Pioneer LabelFlash and also postings displaying the elaborate Pioneer LabelFlash Label Graphics Forum Members have printed on their Disks. In short your problem is not a DVD-112L Firmware problem
BeLooken[/quote]

talking about that. it’s it up to 8.25? OR does that one suck or something. because everyone has either 8.06 or 8.15


#16

I have 8.25. It does pretty good job on Verbatim 2.4X +R DL (MKM001) and TYG02 (8X -R).


#17

@ Matthew12222,

There is a dedicated DVR-112D/L Disc Quality Scans Forum Posting thread.

If interested in DVR-112L v8.25 Firmware performance suggest visiting the dedicated “Pioneer DVR-112D/L: Post your scans and questions here (1st look)” (http://club.cdfreaks.com/f87/pioneer-dvr-112d-l-post-your-scans-questions-here-1st-look-201109) thread where there are DVR-112L v8.25 Disc Quality Scans which in some instance show better results then DVR-112D v1.24.

Regards,
bjkg


#18

Oh thank you bjkg :smiley: Very helpful! I see now that 8.25 does seem nicer then 1.24. Label flash looks fun too :smiley: