Problem with new SH-S182D firmware [SB05]

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#1

SB05 refused to burn MCC 004 discs at faster than 4x. I have now gone back to SB04 and all is OK again.


#2

Something may have gone wrong with the flash process. This is my results with MCC 004 and SB05.




#3

That’s interesting. I just flashed to SB05, I’ll give an MCC004 a go. :slight_smile:


#4

I’m waiting for a test :bigsmile:

:flower:


#5

Doing one now :slight_smile:


#6

Certainly the drive was reporting that it should burn up to 18x ok - but it would not go beyond 4x. I’m new to this drive so I am not sure if the drive would slow down if it found the media to be substandard.


#7

:bow: :bow: :bow: :bow:

:flower:


#8

Do you have DMA on?


#9

Yes. If others are having no problem I think it was probably the drive adjusting for poor quality media. A very few MCC 004 can be dodgy in my experience.


#10

Hi :slight_smile:
Is this on your clockwork PC? :stuck_out_tongue:


#11

http://club.cdfreaks.com/showpost.php?p=1717328&postcount=2

@zebadee - clockwork?


#12

Thanks [B]Arachne[/B] :slight_smile:

It seems that the new firmware likes MCC004 media :bigsmile:


#13

No problem. SB04 did as well…all flavours.


#14

I must check this firmware too. Currently the drive is not installed in my computer, so I’ll do tests soon :slight_smile:


#15

@A_T - reflashing may help as suggested. Where were your MCC004 made?

I ask because I burned one MII MCC004 successfully at 18x, then the next one tried to burn much slower til I stopped it. The third burned well, and is the one linked to in this thread. You may be right about it adjusting for lesser quality media.


#16

They are “PAPA” MCC 004 - which I believe is MIT by CMC.