Samsung ts-l633b deleted firmware

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#1

Hello guys, unfortunately I deleted the player with the firmware how do I put it back through dos? I need the file. bin


#2

Hi and Welcome!

what did you do exactly? Please describe your problem more in detail.

Just like a motherboard Bios, the firmware of a device sits on a tiny chip on its PCB. Unless force is applied, it is close to impossible to erase the firmware of a device.

Michael

P.S.: The method to retrieve the naked firmware binary from official firmware packages is described in the FAQ (see my signature)


#3

In particular I was flashando the reader of the xbox360 but I accidentally selected the player of the PC,Then I thought about writing exit, but acknowledged erase and then deleted everything… PS: I am Italian and I do not understand much English so excuse me if something wrong… , All this I did it from MS-​​DOS


#4

Okay. So you had to use a command line switch in order to override the hardware check. Well, sh!t happens. :smiley:

Get the official firmware from Samsungodd.com (links see FAQ) or the manufacturer of your computer and extract the firmware binary with 7-zip (WinRar should do also). Then follow the instructions of your flasher tool. If this doesn’t work, you need a new drive then.

Michael


#5

Ok done and rewritten with the C01 firmware if I remember correctly, the player that opens but does not read any disk, but now since I just do not know if windows 7 is because it is incompatible with the OS as I have said or propio the reader … you’re saying? Jhon :slight_smile:


#6

Okay. At first, check device manager if there are any problems indicated, also check if the drive is properly recognised.
If all is okay, then do the final check:
Get a bootable disc, insert into your drive and see if you can boot your computer from that disc. Please note, in case you are using a Windows install disc, you may need to press a key in order to start from the disc. So watch the screen output carefully.

If that test fails, then the drive is considered dead.

Michael


#7

so if the test fails, the reader is garbage?


#8

Unfortunately, yes.
Few years ago, I killed a drive in a similar way.

Michael