[QUOTE=tricks;2182940][qanda]This thread is about the Pioneer DVR-115D / DVR-1910. Click here to see full specs[/qanda]Hello, I am looking for some assistance with my Pioneer DVR-116D Burner.
I have flashed the burner with the official firmware files from Pioneer, version 1.09, filenames
I used DVR_Flash v2.6.0, win32 version. I closed all programs, including those in the TaskBar, and ran DVR_Flash v2.6.0 to flash the drive with v1.09. It flashed successfully and all seemed fine, but I am now getting read errors from pressed CD’s.
I would like to revert back to version 1.06, which is the version that I believe was factory installed. I don’t need any other features, just the basics.
I never checked, or I cannot remember the version that was installed on it when I bought it, and I assumed v1.09 from Pioneer would not cause problems. So I checked the Review on CDFreaks website for the 116D and the one that was tested was built in May 2008 and had version 1.06. Mine was built in June 2008, so I am guessing mine also had v1.06 or maybe 1.07.
I have two folders that contain slightly different files:
Question: Can I flash back to version 1.06? And if so, should I flash the Kernel & Firmware files in DVRA16_106, or the 2 files in my other folder named Firmware Files?
I have completely read the post
No discussion about going backwards.
Any help would be appreciated.[/QUOTE]
Yes you really don’t want to revert to an older firmware on the 116D because the older firmwares are very immature and yoiu will not experience as good as write quality. It seems to me either your pressed cd’s are messe3d up or your drive is messed up this is not a firmware issue at all